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FRIDAY, JUNE, 21, 1887.
T1IE1T.AGE Or SIMMER JtAYS.
Oh, the perfect peace and quiet
Of the fair midsummer clays,
As upon the rippling waters,
Briget sunbeams and shadows play.
From the depths of distant woodlands,
Hear the robins piping call,
While the breezes through the valley,
Walt sweet fragrance far, to all.
Far from the hot and sandy planes, ,
We dwell on hill or in the vale
Neath the ibine of heavens glory
Lingering till the day is gone.
Ah, could hearts grow cold and selfish,
Or forgetful of the best,
As 111 Ood's own grandest temples
Heart and uiind sought daily rest.
Life must have its winter seasons,
Summer cannot last for aye,
Storms must come and storms cloud follow
Urightcst sunshine in the sky,
Hut the peace that inaketh perfect,
Never dying, gladsome rest,
Only comes when there is cherished,
Ixves sweet summer m each breast.
VOMMVXTC.l Tl O.V.
Washington, June, 1887.
Laborers are at work in one of the
Court yards of the Treasury build"
ing excavating for the new vault, for
which Congres.s appropriated 27,840.
This will be the largest single money
vault known. It is to be largo enough
to hold one hundred million silver dol
lars, ami its full capacity will doubtless
be tested bv the constant accumulation
from an annual production of not less
than tw enty-four millions of dollars.
The structure is to be entirely un
derground; nothing L to appear on the
surface to indicate tin; depository of
so niuchwoulth. The vault will be
i. . . . . i "i i
lined with an iron east", ami win iw
divided into sixteen compartments sop
aratcd by iron lattice partitions.
There are to be r.o dark corners in this
the oiKti latthc work is
adapted so that the eye ran range
thiough all the conipaitmcits at one
lance. The entrance will be through
the sub-basement of the Areasury
buildini:, which is at all times thor
7 i X
Will be given any man
n.) win produce a sci
who Will assert that re
flued cast zinc is not one
of the most enduring
an Known material
withstand the action
ist of large exiri- r.,MST;
:e, and widely known tflEJJJ
be an honorable man, V
't re- rrAU U. ALLY
ions of fifljt?. r
LtftiT Were awarded i
Samuel Marks, Asiier Marks
S. MARKS & Co.
MANY LAMP CHIMNEYS ARE
oftered for sale represented
as good as the Famous
1 S $ -I - 5
Love which oeth on forever,
Hand in hand with charity;
I.yve which wearies not norfnileth
In its gentle symyathy;
Love which has its sweet beginning
In the one whose name is love,
, Thenintle! will peace and gladness
Make the bluest skies above.
O, F. Rohrf.r.
If you. are about to plant roses be
careful to dig the soil deep and thor
oughly soft before putting them in;
then give them a thorough soaking
so that the ground is saturated for a
foot deep. Then cover with dry earth
to keen the ground from packins in
the hot sun. It is best to do your
planting at night, in order to give the
plante the long, cool hours in which to
revive. The same rule holds good in
watering; always, if possible water at
night, as when done in the daytime
the sun packs the earth around the
jj. A. Cardwell, Agent; - Jacksonville, Oregon
Just Read This!
You know what good yoods are'.1
You liHow what a baryaUi is?
You want to save lots of money?
One bottle taken according to directions
win giro better results than a gallon ot
T RO T R I KTO RS OF THE
- Sugar Pine Mill
oughly guarded, and a dozen different
men will be required to open the vault, j Sarsaparilla, or any of the so-called Blood
several series of unlocking being ncees- Purifiers with which the market is glutted.
nary, md one person will only ha ve the Druggists, price $1.00 per bottle.
secret of one coiubiniition lock. All ftenn REWARD
the known checks and securities will wu, t. Bflrf anv 0f Rheumatism
i ------ i --
le applied, and by means of deck J which Dr. Pardee's Remedy, properly ad-
work and electricity there will be some ministered, fails ft relievo.
. i i i i -li -a i. : I
OI tlie lOCKS WUlCll will open l taiam TnOMPSOV JR. CILH.M
hours of the day only to the Treasurer TnoMpsoX & GIIJIAM
or tne unuea oiates.
The silver dollars m their new liab
itation will be piled up in canvas bags
holding $1,000 each, one on top of the
other, as is now done in the existing
The recent deaths, so close together.
of two prominent journalists, reminds
one of the deep swathe that has so MANUD AOlUlvJvrtts
lnlplir lippn put, in tn the nrofrssion of AND DEALERS IN'
journalism. It is but a brief period SODAWATEB,
since Adams of the Washington Star, GINGER ALE,
and Billv Coneland of the New York SARSAPARILLA
plnnts, often so hard as to make the jnm.n..i nf (Vim merer were taken al- ? AND FINE SYRUPS.
task of softening it no small one. Be- most witj pencn n 1Am3 s0 suddenly HEADQ U ARTE US
side this, if the plant is small, in try- tj)e SUIumons came; and all these men- For all neighboring tovns on depot
mg to break up the baked surface the t;one(i were ROfc oniy connected by the corner,
roots are very often disturbed, retard- bomlg of feiiowsuip incident to a com
ing tne growtn, it not Killing tne piant. mm bvotuei.i10od, but were moie uiti
A great many hold, too, that the chill niatev associated bv ties of closest
of the cold water on the plant, which friendship.
n uuaucu u; mo ouu, uu... -dd A prominent ponticiAii ana memoer T . aTWi iinfl
tx J-5 l mining Jii. j.uii utuc
etleCt , o Congress now in the city, says that 250000 cefc of log3 ready for sawing.
The curing and packing of French for nine months in the year Washing noncoc AT nWPC
prunes is destined to become in the ton is the prettiest and pleasantest SEND IN YOUR. DRutKO AT UNbt.
near future, one of the most profitable place in the country, and only needs If you want good first class lumber
branches of the fruit industry and al- better hotel accomodations and a large of all kinds, come to the Sugar Pine
though it as vet in its infancy, with hall suitable for Conventions, to make Mill 12 miles west of Roseburg on the
the United States and Canada tor a it the very place for the next and sue- Coos Bay road
market, there is little danger of the ceeding National Conventions,
business being overdone. It is estima- As the physical beauties of Washing-
tid that the consumption of dried ton are already beginning to be ap-
prunes in the United States and Can- predated by the country, a glance at
ada annually is about 40,000,000 the efforts being made in tho direction
pounds. f moral cleanliness and beauty in the
Of hay this country of landless Ntiou'3 Cal,Ital woulJ not amiss'
pastures and productive meadows im- The Women's Christian Temperance
ported in 1876 to the value of about Union has become a power m the land,
$200,000 which had risen by 1886 to a and mcans o tlltir 8teady adhe'
gross total of 1,517,810. In the same ence to IMevised plans of action,
general line is the fact that in 1876 and of a insistence strikingly illus
. the people of this country were obliged iative o lheir courft in atfce,nPts to
to rend abroad for buttor and cheese ameliorate the condition of their fellow
valued at 958,000. In 1881 they beings; tho women of this city have
ate 124,000 worth and in 1885 1- at Iast succeeded in entirely closing the
830,000 was paid to the foreign dairy- "ar-rooms cere on ouuuuy, no, u...y .u
name DUtmiaci. -liiey niea,isu, nuw
engaged in an endeavor to suppress the
exhibition of questionable pictures
used in advertising, which while they
attract the eye and thus serve their
purpose, also exert a more baleful in
fluence in leading the imagination of
our youth into evil channels.
A Prnlmtinn Aorenev. for the benefit
a- i-a i .iit:. i ; l o J'
' ' 1 of hist offenders, has been recently es
to have taken a fresh grip soon there- unfortunate youth
after, and the importations fell off to who w been brou bt before tLe P
To the public generally.
In order to meet the first
payment arising from the set
tlement of our late trouble, we
will offer, during the next 30
k am WW
days, without reserve, all 01
rni ffniAndid stock! of ffoods at
SODA WORKS Prices LOWER than You Can
Get in San Francisco. Come
and price the goods & prove it.
May 13, 1887. CARO BROS,
And like all Coantrf eits lack tlia
Remarkable LASTING QoaUties
OS THE GEXriSE.
-HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
ci if "i
Clothing, Drv goods, (mum
Boots and Alices.
go! and Produce of every Descrip
AND THE VERY HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR THEM.
. MVISItW CO . - Rosebnrjr, Or.
ASH FOR THE
Ind Insist XP3v THIS
cpon Ay s' , A Exact
them Nri ' Jj Ecn
Makes The Very Best Lumber.
nouuii ifM .fs.oo
RUSTIC ikt M 61G.00
FLOORING per M 816.00.
Sam Camekon Manager.
Situated 15 mils from Roscbtug o:i North Umpqun. Good roads in Summer.
The PEARL TOP is
Manufactured OMLY hj .
O. JSs DE3L. "E'a.rts.s,
A a uii L-ine oi
Staple and FancyGrpwne"t
Taelk and Pocket Cutlebv,
Goods Delivered anywhere : in th
City limits, Free of Charge.
W. G. WOODWARD'S
In the importations of wocl some
remarkable fluctuations are seen. For
instance, in 187G the foreign-bred bheep
contributed their fleeces to the value of
$8,247,617 to the American woolen
mills. By 1880 the total so sent here
ajisregatcd the enormous value of 23-
Roseburg Flouring Mills
ThL", mill is turning out
will see that you are satisfied.
Get your biscftit Hour at the
The: highest market price paid for
IS NOT A CATCH
IS A GENUINE
IS AN OPEN
Buy a New Set of Harness
BARKER & WILLIS,
PROVISIONS, NOTIONS, CROCK
ERY, GLASSWARE, TOBACCO,
CIGARS, ETC. ETC.
Produce bought and the highest cash
DEV0RE & ELLIOTT
Successors to PAGE $ DUI311CK
OAIKXj.A.Xa-XB - - - OXIEGOAt
Ono of the Biggest and Best Stock of Goods ever Brought to Town.
use nothing but the best leather, and have got
EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE. DON'T FAIL TO CALL ON ME
W. Gr. Woodward Hoseburg.
New Stage Line.
ROSEBURG TO CAMAS VALLEY
Leaves Roseburg, Mondays, Wednes
idiys, Fridays, and returns Tuesdays,
lhursdays, and Saturdays. Time of'
l?avingboth terminal points 6 o'clock
A. m. and ariives at each point at 6
DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS,
GLASS, JEWELRY, WATCHES,
PUTTY, COMBS, E1C. ETC
We expect to do a strictly cash business, and will endeavor to make it to
tho interest of all .to deal with us. We also invite a continuation of the pat
ronage of all former patrons, and solicit new ones.
S- G IVJjT'US A CALL, jgj
Abraham, Wkaeiw & 0,
o clock p. M.
GEO. M. PRIOR
ISTcMftt'Da. DsmsitaLsa Vselly
J II. CM ALLEY,
Propiietor of tVie
ROSEBURG MARBLE WORKS.
Aud Dealer in
TOOMBSTONES, TABLETS, .ETC.
Slinp Renr of Ilogan's Store.
83,800,000 in 1885.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION CONSTANTLY ON 1
and furnished on short Notice and at the LOWEST GOING P15
RUSTIC AND FLOORING A SPECIALTY
Furnished in any Dimensions, to Order
Address, PRIOR & FERGUSON, Camas Valley, Douglas County.
Or to, F. P. McDEVITT, Roseburg.
lias on hand coitantly a large and complete assortment of
General Merchandise and will be pleased to see his old friends
and patrons, as well as new ones, who in co numeration of the
scarcity of money and tne present depression in business, will -
study their own interests by calling on li'm aud examining
Before purchasing elsewhere. I do not claim to sell goods
at cost, or less than cost, but will assure all who patronize me
taat thoy will get their goods
At The Lowest Living Profit.
Produce Of All Kinds Taken At Market Trice,
ItOBT, T. MCCULLOCH, -
First Class In Every Particular,
Corner Fko.nt and Mhwhsok Sn
Tiiujias Gi'iNEAsi Prorictor.
11 Kearnut Street:
Sir FBsscnco Cu.
All imWm i i4- Lo-rrTT I vAonnno
mi rvinus uiirJuitumM YQIB UME if 111
stationary rnoiogiapn mm
lice Court may bo afforded an opportu-
ut tne i2i.ouu.uw unsneis oi wu nity of Letter;ns themselves, thus
imported into ureat limam iast year witi10idin from them the stiorna of
three-fiths, or 72,000,000 bushels, came conviction of crime, and sentence to
from the United States, 20,000,000 ,SS0Caf10n with 0ld criminals, and en
bushels from India, 7,200,000 from deavoring to procure honest employ
Russia, an equal quantity from Aus- ment for those in need,
tria and Germany together, 7,488,000 A Womens Refuge is in successful
bushels from Canada, 3,144,000 from operation, also, where any may find a
Chili, and 2,960,000 bushels from all welcome 3Inileand helpful hand. We
Otlaer countries. jave cause fov congratulation, that
A general superintendent who be- there is so much of good in humanity,
comes personally and thoroughly ac- and that we live in an age of charita
quainted with the territory and work- bleness for the sinner, as well as of
ing force of a Conference of which he I reprobation for the sin.
has charge is a hundred fold more com
petent to pieside at the Conference ses
sion with satisfaction both to himself
and body than if he comes a stranger
to nearly alL Michigan Advocate.
The growing frequency with which
iWr's VaXy '
Soother at hand. It is the only safe
medicine yet made that will remove all
infantile disorders. It contains no Opium
tne wruiy aiuwiwui uo ur uauguici i gagf from pain, rnce 25 cents, ssoia dj
A. C. Marstrs.
demands that she Bhall have a silk
dress is evidenced bv the fact that in
1876 the imnortations of the product r A "and reliable Medicines arc thebest
of the repHlsive mulberry eating worm , , todependnpon Acker's Blood El-
r?,m0QO thence. SSSSSSSSSSS
forward grew m size to 10,a00,UUU m ni0US( gypbiiiticor Mercurial diseases, it is
1881 and 14,000,000 in 1883, but fell invaluable. ForRheimaatism;hasnoeiual.:
off to 812,400,000 in 1885. For atMarster's drugstore.
. Sunt. I. M. Buckley says the North- X pr o NP & B,ood 1:11x11 is tne onl7
J, , t : v .m WWWV " Blood Remedy gnaran-
ern Pacihc has reports from Eastern tee jt is a positive cure for Ulcere, Ernp-
Washin"ton representing the yield of tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the
, t ... . o-annrt whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic
wneai tnerc mis season u,i jvw w euIalgiC pains. We guarantee it.
Prune raising savs a Laker City pa- T rxv triflo vritlx finy Throat or
per, could made' profitable on the cMldTn
lands adjacent to Ontario und Vale, threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough,
, , use Acker's English Remedy and prevent
Malheur count. further trouble. , It is a positive cure,'
and we guarantee it Price 10 and C0c
xiariy uubavis w t.. -uo """" Marslers drug store.
the farmers are siessmg as Ui a er f n c v-v why Acker's
ago wheat yield of Morrow county,
Carelessness in leaving farm maj ZfigZ$i
chincry unsheltered is a great source constitution. Remember, we guarantee it.
of loss to manv farmers. For sale Marster's drug store
b warranted, is because it is the best
Blood Preparation known, it wm posi.
Watch-Maker Jeweler and Optician.
WATCHES, CLOCKS ',
JEWELRY. SPECTACLES AND
OAKLAND I OREGON.
OPTICAL GOODS A SPECIALTY.
ALL WORK WARRANTED
Perfumery, Autograph albums
Crockery and Stand, Hand, and
Queens Ware, Hanging Lamps
TAP.T.W i1TTTT.P.l?V ANTJ RTT.V F.R WARK and TEN TIIOUSAMD I
OTHER THINGS TO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
Call And See Me At The '
Post Office Stand.
BUTTER AND EGGS BOUGHT.
Moore & Evans
Keeps a full line of Dress Goods of eveiy variety and Sliade.
A full line of Silks.
A full line of Satins, Brocades and Velvets.
A full line of Fancy Dress Goods.
A full line of Hosiery.
A full line of Clothing.
A fall line of Furnishing Goods.
A full line of Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes..
A full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries and Tobaccos
A full line of Crockery and Glassware.
Nervous Debility, Se.uinM Weaki8s, Fhnstil
Vitality, SK;nu:iUi'rrhe;i, LOST MANHOOD, I m po
tency, l'aral.vsis, l'rostatoirhoea, and U the tcrriMa
effei-ts of Self-abuse, and excess in maturer Taara,
saeh as Loss of Memory, Lassitude; Nocturnal EmU
sions, averxiou to society, dimness of vision, Noise
n the head, the vital fluid a.tsinK unobserred In
the urine, and many other diseases that lead to in
sanity and death.
Suffering from any of the above symptoms, shoald
consult us at once. The drain can be stopped, tIWI
ity restored , and life may he again pleasant instead
of a burden. There may be
who are troubled with too frequent eractwllon of
the bladder, often accompanied by slight smarting
or burning sensation, and a weakening of the system
in a nianunr they cannot account for, Ropy sedi
ment in the urine, etc. Many die ot this difficulty
ignorant of the cause, which is the second stag of
V ' KE.VI " I.A.. i r.r.u 17 Abb auuu VAHK8.
Cossvltatios Frbb. Thorough examination
and advice, including chemical analysis and mioro.
scopic examination of the urine, $. Ad aonw,
opinion given in every caso.
The followintrMedieinessupplied at the prit e named:
SItt ASTLY COOPEK VITAL RESTORATIVE,
$3 a bottle, or four t'mes the quantity, $10.
Sent to any one applying by lcUer, stating symp
oms, sex and see. Strict secrecy in nnrd in M
M A tun line ot otapie ana rancy groceries ana louaccos s The Celebrated kidxkt Rkvbdt. KEPirRrrtrrfif
i A full line of Crockery and Glassware. r fri"nds of kidney and bladder eompiaints, goo-
And last, but not least, a full line of Ostrich Plumes and Tips, with all Bi ,5?,"hV DTs-
I'f.fSiA riLL, is the best in the market. For sal
by all druggists; price 50 cU. a bottle.
Address ENGLISH MEDICAL, DISPENSARY,
FAREII1VG imPLEMIE WTS
kinds of Ladies Hat Trimmings and "Hat Shapes of latest pattern
No. 11 KEARXET SlBEfTT,
San Frahciboo, Casj
WELLHERE WE ARE AGAIN
The Empire Steel Frame Folding Binder can be foldtd in a moment to pass
through a ten foot gate, the only binder that can be raised or lowered bodily
while the machine is in motion. The Studebaker Steel Skein wagon, the
Bissel Chilled plow, the Acme Pulverizing harrow, in fact a full line of agri-
L. D- CA ULE, Ayent.
MRS-E. F- HOTCIIKISS
WILL FURNISH YOU THE BEST AXO FIN EST
Goods in the market. Ladies Wear, Liee,
Rucfcinirs Hosiery and Jewell y.
The dressmaking department is in skillful
hands, and under the immediate supervision
of Mrs. Ilotchkiss.
CALL AND SEE. NEAR THE DEPOT.
PROP MET 0 1!
C I T Y B A K i; R Y
KEEFS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
full stock of Bread, Cakes, Ties, Plain
and Fancy Crackers, etc. Also a fine selection
of French and American Candies and Choc
The largest Hardware house in Oregon is now prepared to reciere you with open arms.
can offer you "Big Bargains" in
Champion Steel Mowers
The best in the world-Light Reapers, steel Harvesters k Binders.
The Champion Steel Binder is a "daisy" Look at it and weep you
mossbacks of other machines To see is lo buy.
We Defy the world to produce its equal,
Superior Stoves and llangcs-Fircbacks warranted for 15
years-Cant be beat. " :.
Lansing Steel Skein Wagons-Look at them and tell us what you
think of them. White, New Ilome and Domestic Sewing Ma
chines. Everybody knows them.
Plows, Cultivators, Aultmau Taylor threshers, Hardware of every description.
Tinware till you can't rest. If it isa't cheap enough we will give it to you.
L'ont torget that we can sell you cheaper than any ono in the Slate Otly
?14. W nte for prices. We have a Store, Cellar and warehouse full of goods
and we must sell. If you want bargains come and see us. If you can't come
wnte and we will save you some money.
U&Ql aadi gfto Store,
Jackson StreetOppoeite Poet Office,
Rose! org, Oregon, '
KEEPS OX HAXD THE LARGEST ASD BEST
assortment of Eastern and San Fruirio w
other makes of BOOTS, SHOES, GAITEB8, 8UP
PEBS and everything in the Boot and Shone, and
SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH.
Boots and Shoes Made to Order, aud Perfect
Fit Guaranteed. .
I use the Best of Leather and Warrant all
Repairing Neatly Done, on Short Notice,
Also a full stock of TOYS, NOTIONS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS and
OLTJS LA NQEffBE RO.
UNCLE JOHN GILDERSLEEVE
Has the finest stock of furniture south at Purtlaad
which he sells as cheap as it can be boujfht
in he State.' The new tangled
D 0 UBLE BED L 0 UNG E.
Also has on hand a full assortment of beds and bed
ding, chairs, tables,
BUREAUS AND COMMODES,
And all kinds of Childrens Chairs, etc