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ROSEBURG, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE 10. 1889.
0 : Review
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Besjamtn Hareisos.. Jrsident.
Levi f Moeton, Vice President
James G. Buunk....... SecreUry of State
Willi m Wisdom5, SecreUry of Treasury.
Johh vV. Noble. .Secretary of the Interior.
Redfield Proctor .. ....Secretary of War
Besjamis F. Tract . . .SecreUry of Navy.
Johs Wanamaxkr. . .Pot Master General.
W H. H. Miller Attorney General.
Jebemiah Rcsk, SecreUry of Agriculture,
Melville W. Fuller....... Chief Jaatice.
. C. Fui-LERTON .. Senator.
. E. Kicker, )
Jas. Blunoell, Reprea -nUtives.
E. E. Labrie, J , ,
. A. Taylor.
Ben. C. Ar.EE .Sheriff.
V L Arlington Treasurer.
Otis Hutchsom School Superintendent
Ias A. Steblino ..............Assessor.
J. H. Fnziiuca .........County Judge.
Lwis Ash . ... . . . , . V Coirrrru'asioners.
. i. ... tiro .T..iur.t I
111 VCAiniblVbK.... I
V F. Bk kjos .Surveyor.
Da. S. S. Marsters Coroner.
Thos. Graham, M. D. M. R. C. S.
ThoV. Smith . : Sheep Inspector
J. A. F.GGERS..
H. S French
' '"j- Justices.
. . .Constable
CITY OF ROSEBURU.
L. F. Lane. I
John Kast, I
J. Gh.ukrsi.keve Trustees.
Davii Mo kk,
A. I'AkKS. ' ,
F. Fi.OKU. . recorder.
No. 8, I. O. O. r., meet
on Saturday evening of
,.i. .xk t7ivl:k. In their hall at Kosebuiv
SlemWrs fi.he order In (food standing are Invited to
alien. I. liv order of tho N. G.
CNION ENCAMPMENT, No. , I. O. O. F., meets
atOdil Fellows' Hall on the first and third Tliuredaysol
ucli month. VUitiwe brethren Invited to attend.
O. A. Taylor, U. V.
C. A. Skiilbkkbr, Scribe.
, w,l!MP(it!.V t'HAlTER, Nc 11, R. A. M.,Hold
''"JW't their regular " communl;ations every
-'tV third Tuesday in each month. All
mt-iuherain trood'Btandinit will take due and
iwwf.v iioiii-i, and govern themselves accordingly
Visiiiu,' i' i:n;.iiiiioiifi are invited to meet with the
-liapel wi.un convenient.
i M. F. RAPP, H. P.
Swon Oaso. Sc'v ' ..
liLKfl CHAPTER No. SO. E. S. hold their
mlii.. I. - M . .1 Y. : -.1 irt,n.onv.
ii fcich in mth. .Visiting members in good standing
are ree-tfully invited attend.
AN. Clara I- llkrtos, Frks Johnson,
Worthy Matron. Secretary.
A LAUHEL LODGE A. F. M. WILL HOLD
ASkea.;h full moon. N. P. Bunnkll, W. M.
A. O. U. W.
ROSKBCRO LODGE No. 1C, meets the second and
foarth Mondays of e:ih month at 7.30 P. M. in the
old Masonic Mall. Members in good standing are
invited to attend.
D. H. Wkst, C. W. Joiishtos,
L F. LANK,
Attorneys at Law.
.Main street, opposite Cosmopolitan Hotel.
Attorney at Law.
ROSEDURG, - - - OREGON.
Attorney at Law.
Office iu Marks' brick, up stairs.
C. A. SEHLBREDE,
ATTORNEY ATT L.AAV
' Office Marks Block
K. L. MILLER, M D
Oflke up staira ia the old Sheridan
Brick, on Jackson Street, Roseburg,
Oregon. Chronic diseases a speciality.
Dr M. M- Murphy,
Physician & Surgeon
OlTiceat the hte Dr. Iloovtr's office.
ROSEBURG, - - OREGON.
3T Calls day or night promptly attended.
EDWARD J PAGE,
. SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
OAKLAND - OREGON.
Special attention to ' diseases of
JAMES H. HAWKINS, B.S.. M.D.
'OAKLAND- - - - ! OREGON.
Special attention to Diseases of the
KYE t KIDNEYS.
"Calls promptly attendetl toight or day.
D M BROWER, M D
l'hysician & Surgeon
Cills promptly answered day or
Office, on J-.ickson St. near the Dank
ltesiilence in North Rosehurg near
Col. L:uif'.s residence.
DR. J. W. SH ANGLE
Physician & Surgeon.
Office at Caro ISros. residence on Jacltson St
ROSEBURC1 - - - - - OREGON-
Special attention given to diseases
of the skin. -
Pimples and Freckles removed.
1)11. THOS. GRAHAM
Has established a dispensary in connection
with his practice, where he has supplied Him
sell with all the latest appliances to enable
him to more successfully prosecute his profes
nit. j. ozias,
Physician & Surgeon
IO a. m. to 12 rn " OFFICE:
2 to 4 and 8 to 9 p. m. I Opp. Slocum's Hall,
Sundays, 3 to 5 p . m. J Jackson Street.
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
FULTj link of . .
CIGARS, TOBACCO FANCY GOODS.
rE ONLr RELIABLE OPTOMER IN TOWN
for the properadjustment of Spectacles. Depot
of the Qenuin Brazilian Pebble Spectacles and Eve
glasses. Offtcs in Hamilton's Brick Block.
Typewriting. Pramnnnhin nmuiuni t.i
ess ana L&al Foin.iT,,
soreue!! work done in eaeh of our several
fHySX11.. 5s? Pntt Snta ""Motion areputa-
i:AZz. "w acnoois anain, securing to
SSSStK0' F paduates profitable empfoy
SS5J!!."P and stenographers.'
buuiiikiu at any iime. l catalogue nee.;
rrneipai, ferUsad, Or.i.e
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
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Rioliai'tl Thomas, Prop.
R LEEP I N(i ACCO M O D AT10NS.
Table supplied with the Best the Market affords
Hotel at tin Dnpot of the llilroad.
New York Coffee House
SAnd Oyster baloon.g
Leading Check Restaurant
in the City. .
SIFORD & HACKNEY. PROPRIETORS
132 FIRST STREET,
AWPrivateUooms jf the Latest Design!) f-r Ladies
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
C. W. KNOWLES
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
C. W KNOWLES, Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
Good Restaurant Connected With The House
Fire-proof Brick Etiildinir
' In the Center of the city.
COR. FRONT AKD MORRISON STS., PORTLAND
C. H. Monroe,
Late of the Monroe House.
Sample rooms for Commercial Travelers
From $1 to $.1 por day.
Term Commences Wednesday
September 12, 1888.
A lull corps of experienced Professors and
COURSE OF STUDY.
Arranged expressly to meet the demands and
needs ot the larming interests ci me siaie.
For students over 15 years of age who desire
to enter the College but are not preparea to
enter College classes by examination .
To the extent required by law. .
Laree, Commodious and well ventilated.
In a cultivated and Christian community, and
one of the healthiest in the state.
Circulars, containing matter full of interest to
farmers, will be regularly issued and copies
mailed to each patron of the College.
Reduced to lowest figures. Two or more frte
scholarships from every county. Consult
your County Superintendent.
We confidently appeal to th? farmers and
Granges of Oregon to patronize the only
school established by Oregon for the pro
motion ot her agricultural interests.
For catalogue or other information, address?
B. I ARNOLD, President,
THE OLD RELIABLE
BUT 0 BBS SB 07.
On Jackson street, established in 1867.
Also a new Bhop near tbe depot
established for the bene
fit of his many
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
a full assortment of
OF ALL KINDS.
Guaranteed to be of the best quality.
CANNED FRUITS, TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, ETC., ETC.
CANDIES and CAKES. A SPECIALTY.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID
Give me a call and convince yourselves.
tt Ar ? t' a ssrniv
ROSEBURG, - - OREGON.
THE BOOM HAS COME
II, Parry, the Tailor,
Will make you the latest style suits.
That one suit made to order will last
aa long as three "Buzzards."
If yon want to keep np with the
times, call on II. Parry and order a
suit that will make you look as if yen
belong to somebody.
RoseDurg Flouring Mills
This tuill is turning out
Will see that you are satisfied.
Get your biscuit flour at the
Tho highest market price paid for
CpTN ' LI n ?
ffTl WTi Ei? Tl 1 rN a
DOUGLAS COUNTY, comprising an area of 4900 square milefi, is within itself an Empire of
Wonderful Resources, Magnificent Climate, and Agricultural, Mineral and Timber Wealth, and
OFFERS THE GREATEST
Inducements to Home-seekers
That can be found on the Pacific Coast.
R0SEBU11G, the county seat
cultural, fruit and stock vaising district, and is a thriving town of 1800 inhabitants.
The prosperity and advancement of tho county during the present year will be Air greater
than ever before, and nomc-seekers and Capitalists should make their purchases NOW Don't
wait, but take advantage of the present low prices. To all interested parties we would say:
HENDRICKS-RE VIE W .
AT THE RBVI BW OPPIOB
Transacts a General Eeal Estate Business and takes pleasure in
showing land to Intending Settlers.
We buy and sell on commission, Farming Land, Stock Ranges, Improved and Unimproved
Land, City Property, Etc. etc, f
Special attention given to the developing of Douglas County's industries, Agricultural, Me
chanical and Milling interests, and imparting information to Capitalists as well as those seekirg
investments in Oregon lands. Eastern Manufacturers and Money lenders will find it to their ad
vantage to confer with us, also all persons requiring information as to plants for Foundries, Saw
and Planing Mills, Canneries, Brick making, etc. etc. Correspondence Solicited.
We have for sale, among many other choice bargains, the following:
FLOUR MILL FOR SALE. J A GREAT OFFER.
Doin;; a fine local and custom business of 360 acres cho:cc farming nnd fruit lands
a mile from town; between 50 and 75 acres of Fine tract of land containing. 568 acres half hM a lmle of shipping point on O. &
1-. nd, hogpen, slaughter and smoke house marsh and bottom. Dykes and levees com- raiiroai. Crom dwelling, fair barn and
$3500. Also near the mill property, a nice plcte. Forty acres in cultivation. Good orchar( of laring fruit trees, consisting of
1 1 1 - : I A irl tiriiT Tiac lirmcn him ond ftflicr ! . .
residence ana oarn, wuii ioi, nm-imauuu.
r 1 : : r v.
dry building and machinery, with everything
pertaining to a first-class lmsines, together
with land on which the Property stands. The
whole nronertv can be Ixmeht very low, of
1 a j -
will sell half interest in the above to some re-
sponsible party who wishes to engage in the
manulacture of Agricultural Implements, the
latter preferred. This we think one of the
beat locations in the state.
Hendricks-Re view Real Estate Company.
S. B. HENDRICKs, Manager.
S. MARKS & Co.
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Boots and Shoes.
Wool and Produce of every Descrip
AND THE VERY HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR THEM.
S. 3XA.ItIt to CO - Koseburg, Or.
Can be supplied to the citiz-iis of Roseburg and vicinity
In Car Load Lots
Direct from our mills at Hudson.
In smaller quantities through L. C. BEARDSLEY, Roseburg
BULKLEY & HEJ1LJD LUMBER CO.
P. O. Address Drain, Douglas county, Oregon. ,
A Great Bargairi Store.
MYRTLE CREEIL - - - - OREGON
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet ArlicK s, Stationery, etc. etc. etc.
Also a stock of DRV GOODS, GROCERIES aml.HAKDWARE. Troilnce Ixuight.
The patronage of the people of Myrtle Creek ami vicinity respectfully solicited.
Low Prices and Quick Hales. I can please you, so don't fail to give me a call.
Ciias. E. W01.VERTON.
f.. '- . . President'.
J. W. Cusick,
The Farmers and Merchants Insurance Co.
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000 00,
PAID UP TN"
WM. ULRICH, District Aj;ent,
of Douglas county, is located in
s - ,
oui iniuuings. -ru lenceu, w in cross icnces.
t !i a 1 1 e 1 . t t
Located on Smith river 6 miles from Gardiner
I)o"Klas ct,unly' A,so 5o acres of wild
land lying two miles l,elow the above tract
and four miles from Gardiner. Offered very
For further particulars enquire of
llendricks Reviesv Real Estate Co.
S. 15. Hendricks, Manager.
DEALERS IN ,
J. O. Wbisman,
i..'- "Vice- President. '
i J. K. Ei-DErkin,
Sec. and Manager.
01 i EC ON
L. D CARLE, Local Agent.
the midst of this rich
appes, pears, plums ami peaches. 100 acres
arable, balance fine timber and pasture, all
suitable for fruits. Easy terms.
Fine farm in Tehama county, California,
containing 300 acres 01 very prouueuve lanu
200 acres of which is level plow land, lalance
timbered and table land suitable for pasture.
Located 12 miles from Corning on railroad.
Stage passes the place daily. J'.uihlings fair
and within a quarter of a mile of .sc'hjo! .
Win. H AUG AN Prop.
MEALS 2.') CENTS. ;
LODGING 25 CENTS.
BOARD AND LODGING PR WEEK $4.
Thorough satisfaction is guaranteed
to travelers and the public in general.
T Tho table ia supplied with the
best the market affords.;
OAKLAND - - - - i - OREGON.
McGrejor's old rtanJ,
Jackson Street : j Rosebursr.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR HIDES.
THIS MARKET is always supplied with
the choicest quality of
Of all kinds, including beef,: pork, veal and
mutton; also, corn lecf. sausape. lard. etc.
The most favorable- inducements offered to
patrons, and no effort will be spared toward
W. S. Hamilton.
Succewor to 8. Hamilton.
tfv n 7A, n ' Ub "
11 .-STwsieJ? SJV
C ROYAL foSaai NJ
lliis powder never varies. A rnirvel of poritr
s'rengtii ami wholesomeneas. More economical
Uian the or.linarv kinds, and cannot beaolil in com
petition with the multitude .f low test, short
weight alum or plunpltata powders. Sold onlv in
cans. KuVAL UAKINU PuWIjKK CO., lOti Wa 1
St. N. Y.
Great Eng-lisli Remedy
"Zggt Murray Specific.
A guaranteed cure for all nervous
disease, such aa wkak mkmorv, loss
ok BHAi.N rottKR, listeria, Head
ache, PAIS IS TIIK HACK, KERVOI 8
PROSTRATION, WAKKFl'LNKKS, LKI l'OR
RI.OKA, I NIVKR8A1. LASilS DK, 8RMI
WKAKNKN9, Impotuncy and genera
loss of power of the Generative
Oraranst-in either --...r...
rauiri-u ujr iiiuiscretion or
over exertion, and which ultimate- !QaSx
ly lead to pkkmati kk old aob, ix
HAXiTYand coxsmpTinx. 51.00 a
hox or six boxes for $.1 00. Sent
hymail on receipt of price. Full
particulars In pamphlet, sent free
io every applicant. JSLPrS-SV
We Guarantee Six Boxes ea
to cure any case. ForeverygoOO AfterTklg.
order received, we send six boxes, with a written
guarantee to refund the money if our specific docs
not effects cure. Addressall communications t. the
Sole Manufacturers, tiik mtrray .mki.k isr co.
, , . . lianas City, Mo.
Sold in Roseburg by W. S. Hamilton.
JOHN A. SUFFE3IN,
Proprietor of the
CASTING of any size and Iron Work of
every description neatly and promnlv ex
GRIST, QUARTZ & SAW MILLS
' Made to Oiuler.
. Made to Order and Warranted.
ONLY BEST MACHNINT$TS EMPIOYED
Museum of Anatomy.
751 MARKET STREET
piOAND LEAUX HOW TO AVOID
VT disease, and how wonderfulh
you are made. Private office, 211 Geary Street.
Consultation on lost manhood and all diseases of
men. Send for ftooks.
ox m tm creek.
CLARKE RAKER, Proprietors.
We are now prepared to furnish lumber of tbe
best quality in quantities to suit tlie purchasers
always having on hand the iarjjeit stock of any mill
in Douglas County.
We will fnrnUli lumber at ou'rin'll at the following
No-1 ronirh lumber 53 to ?10 M
No. 1 flooring, tin h l & M 10 M
No. 1 tloorinsr, 4 inch l & M .'$18 m
No. 1 finishing liimlicr... .....$18 M
CLARKK & BAKER.
DONE WITH DISPATCH.
BUICK & liEXJAMin
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
t&V.ny ami WcoX Estate on Commission. Loan
sioncy on Improved Linus.
4THvc for Rale Larue ami Smi.:i Tmcta of Airri-
cuiiurai, Crainii! sn.l Tmilr Lsn.U ami City
Property ('i res.on(li-iiie Solicit).
M. CAllO, Manager.
TO ALL WIIOAJ'IT MAY CON
cern that I Iiare appointed D. W.
Stearns of Calapooia Precinct, - Post
office address, Oakland; Ralph Smith
of Deer Creek Precinct, Postoffice ad
dress, Roseburg, and A. J. Chapman
of Wilbur Precinct, Postoffice address
Wilbnr; Inspectors of Stock for said
Precincts, and others will be added
as parties interested make their desires
known to me.
Inspector of Stock fcr Douglas Co. Or.
Wilbur, Or., April 13tb, 1887.
Essaji and Orations Delivered by the
Uraduating (Jfes of the Kosetrarg
Public School, on Friday
May 31. 1889.
VALVE OF CHARACTER.
By Leua WU1U
Would we have our names enrolled
with the great we must have characters
of our own. In some instances men
may irrespective of their own merits
receive tokens of honor. It is much
easier to acquire money than charac
ter. : Wealth may 'to a certain degree
command respect", but in an intelligent
community nothing i3 so valued as
It is but a poor pass:poi t here to
say that you had ancestors vlJ3were
distinguished. In some rc s- ec's it is a
disadvantage because more is expected
of such a one.
A jerson ?nay have, a fine reputa
tion, but a very poor character; while
on tho other hand one may have
a bad reputation and a good character.
Some irls may think they have a hard
time at their homes. Frequently the
work' assigned them is not the kind
they prefer. It becomes tedious and
tiresome. At last it is found very
difficult to be industrious; but by be
ing patient and faithful a good charac
will be the grand rewaid. j
Those who possess character will cre
ate friends, gather enough of earth's
treasures, apd open a sure way to hap
piness arid honor. No one can esti
mate the real value of a character un
til it is once lost. Once lost so easily;
yet more than a lifetime may be re
quite I tD regain it.
A good name may be injured but if
ou once merit a bad name no matter
where you go, it will follow you. If
we are sufficiently watchful over our
own actions, we shall have no time to
lit id fault with the conduct of others.
The life of Franklin was marked
by propriety as ell as by self-respect.
He possessed more moral greatness
than appeared to ihe incredulous. The
character of Washington is one which
every young American should emulate.
SHORTNESS Of LIFE.
-- y... By flnltam Simmons.1 - -:
Looking over the past ages of the
world, when generation after genera
tion were swept away, the brevity of
human existence and individual influ
ence becomes apparent. True, thvre
were many whose powers and influence
were so great that their narut s and ac
tions are still quoted. But there are
millions who - have lived and died and
were forgotten centuries ago; their
names live only on their crumbling
tombstones. Life after life has passed
away and blooming cheeks have faded.
Each has performed its portion of labor,
felt its share of pain and pleasure, and
passed to that which awaits all.
White Nature smiled through un-
changed centuries, the sun shone, the
rain tell, the trees waved with grace
and beauty, and entire phalanx of men
have passed away, and have been for
gotten as easily as the vapor that is
absorbed by the influence of the glori
ous rays of the sun. While we live,
Nature smiles; and when, we die, the
sun still shines on our graves; This
grand universe takes no note of our de
parture. The world affords the same
attractions for us that were offered to
our ancestors; and when our names
will have been forgotten, similar pleas
ures, joys and smiles will await the
coming generations. ',
Only a short while and time with
us as with our ancestors will end.
Bye and bye the throbbing; heart will
be still, and (ho busy brain will cease
to plrtii, and the active hand will lie
motionless. Only for a sdioit time of
pain and pleasure, and the coffin lid
will close over us, the last solemn
prayer be said, tho mourners will dry
the tears from their weeping eyes, and
our names heard no more, even in the
Time will not, .stop for us. The gap
death ! will make for a short time,
will 1)0 filleJ, and laughter will fall
from the lips of those who have
loved us tcn lt-i ly. Jov will take the
place of mourning, ar.d we will be for
gotten. This life thus brief, thus unimpor
tant, is a preparation for a higher and
more enduring existence m a home
where death does not come, where
mourning is never heard, where the
pei feet existence denied here is prom
ised to those who earn it in this brief
It is but a short time in which we
have to gain this blissful eternity, and
not a movement should be wasted in
loitering or evil. It should always b
kept in mind, not as a terror, but as
a kindness of our wise Heavenly Fa
ther we cannnot kn&w the day nor the
hour, in which our brief career will
end, and the gates of eternity will
open for us. We shall die and be for
Children Cry for
gotten here but each word and act ot
our short lives will influence f ij
ture lives and modify our existence in
that eternity for which we are prepar
ing. Let this life, then be passed ia use
fulness, that we may live a little while
as shining lights among the good, the '
true, and the worthy; and when we
bid farewell to this beloved society,
our associates will be as grand as God
can find for us.
XO EXCELLENCE iriTHOVT LABOR.
By. W. A. Thornton.
The education, moral and intellect.
aaJ, of every individual, must be his
own work. Education is the Art r,f
Ldrawins out or dnvflnni'iin- tb
faculties; of training hunianitv for the
duties of life. r
The ancients were strong morally,
intellectually and physically. Their
lives' have done much to shanen our
characters, and in this way they have
in part become the architects of our
fortunes. How else could it have haiv
pened that people, who have had the
same opportunities, should be constant
ly presenting us with such different re
suits and rushing to various directions?
Difference of talent w ill not solve the
problem, because thatdineren.ee is often
in ravor of the unfortunate one. You
can see coming from the same school
sometimes from the same family, two
young men, one of whom is admitted
to be a genius of high order, the other
scarcely above mediocrity. You may
see Hie son of genius sinkina and Der-
ishingr in novertv and wrHvibr?
while the other will be plodding his
slow but sure way up the hill of pros
perity, gaining at every .step, and
reaching at last to eminence and dis
tinciion, an ornament to his family and
school, and a blessing to societv.
Wdiose work is this but his own?
The best school can only afford op
portunities for instruction. There
fore you must depend upon yourself as
to whether you will be instructed or
not, or to what point you will press
this opportunity, for there is no excel
lence without labor. You may find
yourself toiling over tie most intricate
problem of mathematics nntil you are -almostexhaiWcd;
but, "if at first you'
don't succeed, try, try, again, time
will bring you your reward, try, try,
again, " for there is i.o excellence with
Genius exerted unwisely is like the
poor moth that flutters around a can
dle till it scorches itself to death. Gen
ius should be like the Condor pitching
from the summit of the Andes, soaring
bove the clouds, and at last sustain
ing itself at pleasure, in that empyreal
;ion, with an energy, invigorated
rather than weakened by the effort.
It is this capacity for high and lono-
continued exertion this vigorous pow
er of searching investigation and these
ong and deep reaches for truth that
raise us to the highest point of emi
nence. This is the power from which
will eminate tlm ml
au. iibi) n UIUI1
are to enroll our iiames with those of
the great and good.
By Effle Willis.
Men and women become indolent
through the reverses of fortune s.,k.L
y despondency is a grievous thing and
a heavy load to bear. To see disaster
and wreck in the present and uu light
in the future, but only storms lurid by
by the contrast of the past prosperity
growing darker as they advance is
enough to wreck and blight the hopes
and ambitions of the most worthy per
son. When want is imnt-rionslp Irnrwlr.
ing at the door with no strength to ex
pel it, or courage to endure, this is
rlFA(1f 111 Anrmtrb l.nf tir!tAn . .
: "r n ill Mil i&
wrecked with his fortunes it "is more
If trouble comes, you need not look
at it as a punishment, only as some
thing to teach you to walk in the right
way. To be over-laden with adversity
has nothing in it of disgrace.
Indeed to stand composed in the
storm, amidst its rage and wildest
devastation, until it passes hy vou and
leaves you undismaj ed, is to be a true
man. But how many do thi.s? The
number is easily estimated.
The storms of adversity like those of
the ocean arouse and excite the skill
and fortitude of the voyager. A
smooth wa never made a skillful mari
ner, neither do uniwtei ruptej proser
ity and success qualify men for tbe
greatest usefulness and happiness. If
you sow, guided by duty, you will reap
happiness. Duty well performed 'is
the most favorable means to keep-misfortunes
and distress from our doors. '
It is good for one to bear the yoke
of misfortunes and uohappiness in
youth. We must Strain cur minds to
endure all things j and to meet and
overcome all difficulties and danger.
The path of life 13 in some way con
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