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- -"- ' ' That weighs his better nature to the ground?
THURSDAY, 8KPT. 12, ISijQ. , 0r when affliction loosens every hold,
- - - ; : I5y which a spirit to the dust is bmintl,
r MAKES MEX Jircni he not rjcn wno vlCws us home on high,
.. ' . '" "-r. ; ... i Arid at its threshold leaves his cross to lie?
i ttttn by lr. tr- H. Hamilton, mid read by Mist ' p" -
Kilitli Callahan Vein re tlw recent Tcai-hers' : J" 1 JR If 'yOTES
Institute held In Roscburp. ( " .."
What makes men rich? I asked a hoary sage,
Who could a wise ana lilting answer Rive; ; ftg
1 ne nan stuuicu men irom youiu io age,
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And knew the history of all that live; j
Thus learned with others he reioiced to share. !
The knowledge thaj refaid a life of care. '
;.lans wealth, lie said, is based upon' tne g.tin
That forms the object of his chief desire
Thus, wisdom casts her pearls to those in vain
Who have no cafe such treasure to acquire,
; While Sjlotv worships only at het shrine
, And spurns the soul who t-otild hss least decline.
I Men's woirth depends upon a purpose hisjh,
; And strength its ends ucceisfu to serve;
; Tts pitiful to see a weakling try,
And just beneath some noble aim to swerve,
And hke a bird to flutter to the ground,
; A restless prisoner-there, by weakness bound.
He thus paid tribute to the lavored few,
; w no by tneir tellows are exaltea nign,
, Because their characters were strong and true,
i On whom the weak tor su:cor rmght rely;
: They in their virtues own a priceless gem,"
And baser wealth its homage pays to them, j
3 e bowed to where a faithful mother sat.
And blessed the little group around her chair
No Heaven on earth he I mind so near as that, j
And none so rich as those who gather there,
For live, and innocence cannot be bought:
That like instinctive lore exists untaught, '
He lohl me then of shepherds long ago,
VVhose flocks wete feedjrhyu aihousand bills
Tn ki.u thai nth L.'iCgiik and hortoy flow.
-""2 i, j.ycu wbest their ample granary fills,
And catle.1. them rjoli in raiment and in iood, j
lio ish content could lack no earthly good.
And tlieh he pointed me to Fdrtune's slaves,
Who handle thousand? mnre than they can need
"j. iiuuuic icuui.i; mem tu graves
Uy cares from which the soul is seldom freetl .
lint ihey ar tkh; they love their golden chains I The largest tig Orchard in the United
; An ' count aecreiions to their burdeni, gains, i State is alxiut to be set out in Pomo
: We paed to view the inker s dismal den, j na Valley, between Pomona antt On
I V.ii.pends his life in reckoning his gold: , j tarj0 The orchard will consist of 11,
j And fmnd him rich, lor hi, desires had been ' m A(ll.iatic fig trees anJ 5,000 Smyi-
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lint home, and friend-., were both by him
Mn! h's bright yellow hoard was ai he pr.zed.
W e paused where Orient homes in splendor
.ml hcpless siave. in cosily robes were clad, f fen0wn as "The Hippocritic Oath:"
nd railed them rich, fur jewels rare they own, j ,.Whatevep in corinectioii with my
nd childish joy in their posessions had, . . , ,. .
. ,, l , . r , . J . - f ! professional practice, or not in connec
.nl they had satisfied the Moslem s wife . r r
, h.; soul had learned toldve no hioher life. S ion vith il. 1 see or "ear in lLe life of
hi'n in a dismal hut apon the ground,
savage chieftain sat, of wealth possessed,
i beads and trinkets round his form was
' wouTid ' i
1 in blight tins his sn.in!iy limbs were j
iire!iHl; - !
TnwSSrTiliey eo,t h.m more than j n,e to enjoy lite and the practice of
' 'i the at t respected by all men, in all
. child to buy ihec gauds was sold, j times! But Bhould I trespass and vio
low tiUi of men in Nature's night j late this oath, may the reverse bo my
huge piles of stone to testify, ; lot!"
. in ages past had found delight,
. ng tombs they were t occupy; ! ;
.t lti.imiments they stand like mountains arc,
Although destitwd io be forever there.
A trimps of centuries that were tu he,
Tort benighted mind has found its way, j
Anil ilios re rich who wished for men to see.
.I'hcir grares, when aes long had passed away,
hot every traveler that nears the mile.
In w.mder looks upon e.ich fnighty pile. '
ff.itwh, how vain thiise Atranye 'ambitions were !
tor an)on himls now dra the mummy forth j
And nave it crumbling in the desert air,
I'litil its ashes mingle wiih the earth, '
. matters nut,
:ime is short, j
y vary in thi ii lot, j
the winds to spuit, j
f4, (cfiili. ami their treasures rust, !
And all return intethtr to the dust.
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And iheri he pointed me to realms afsr,
Where' Christian faith had built a world uflove
That shone on earth like a magnetic star,
i -Persuading men tn su re ilieir wealth nliove; i
; lint so be rich iu Ikaven, all must bear
Thiir: natures cro-s while they are ttavsling I
.... !' there. ',
. Ami like their .M.i-Ur's must their taith 1 tried j
; While Satan offers worldly wealth for hire, j
" And do iood tiling to those will be denied, I
aik ui faith for what they most desire, )
; And careiessly fur pleasure and for gold, j
i Thechnstiarj'siesf.hispromisedlieavpni-si.Ul j
A lieggsr eibuchett besiile the cities' gate. i
' Jistressed and sirk, a child f misery I
Jle seemed the wretched victim of a faic, j
'" TiT.it ckeJf?rTrR.-ntt-f charily:
Though in his brcist a priceless jewel shone, j OUS CL CHUl G HATES WITH OTH
For he was one the Lord had called his own. EJt PUBT.tCATlOXS. .
Another child of Abram's faith was there,
; I tiit he in linen clean and. white was clad:
At sumptou tables he might daily fare,
" And j'I tf earthly good he plenteous had;
While hiiiu kv: d.iing to the joy of this
- An endless future of prospective hl:ss.
The befigar slept and woke in I'aradise,
The happiest of an angelic throny:
hor every tear was balanced by a price,.
'I hat pawl him well for all his pain and wrong
And he was rich where gold r.o virtue had,
AnJ all his pst relumed to make him g'.ad.
I le seemed like one who imrc a heavy load,
Tliat mean and hateful ta his eye appearclj
While climlnng up a steep and stony road,
To where a mansion at its end was reared,
Whose master from his shoulder took the pack
Aiu iiTjniiu i ...r
Tnc rich man came bat fnuiul no wages due
1 .1, he M never rca'pt of ant and pain.
And lh.nii.di a rail.! of Abram's lom t.m,
1 if his Rlfl brother's joy could not obtain,
!-i. ' L-tzaru hl borne a cros below,
Whew iiv U-arne.1 on'v of rood in know
In all that; realm the faithful parent reigns
And calls.ihcin b -.'h ht sons, ilnjogh parted
While one toBirr. Trffu'lujli thiiVt.cimlp'.iins,
The oilii-r r."-ts in Heaven by. hisVtde,
itctwecn ihetn lies the gulf of want'aWl wrong,
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.Theliege;ar-tay was short the rich iiinlontj.
Hut not a maitvrs are mas Laaiu rV'c.,i,
On , he had of evil borne his ,he;
Nor yet was 1 ives for ome sin distress!
Hut Abraham s.iys he had hisgood thing. Mier
And is tormented now; wni'.e Lazarus lei-ls
That d U the wojmls ms lather makes he healsi.
rii thus, elernal iusticc shows its har.i'!.
And that its children all alike shall share.
That they who reap the, fatness of this- land
On leanness of the' heavenly world must fair.
Where l)ivcs struggles hard to break his chain
Anil wade through death ins brother's j eace
These brothers to the mind of man present
A r cture of his own eternal state.
A.l tliiws the scales ol iusticc aieuot lienf.
v... .-Ml.lrn a 'nwr to fate.
Whil,. ihosr who here their cross' in patience
tear, . 1
,e rich in wealth that none can gather there, j
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OonBumption Surely Uwed. .
To tub EDM OR riease infor4i your read 1
ci5 tha tl have a positive remcly for the1
above named di-ieasc. liy its timely use j
l.-unnnds of huucltss. cases have been perma
nently cured. ,. 1 shall be glad to-end trial
Utiles of my remedy jfree toay ufyonr
readers "W hSe ctnstimtioii -ft they will
sjnd me their exptcsi and post yff.ee address.
KespectUiJy. ; A ' r
T. A. SLOCM.MC..,!! Pearfstr, N-V.
Children Cry for
Tuikevi should be given full r.inj;e,
desti oy thousands ot injects at
... , .,,
thus season when foraging.
The destroying of fallen aisles tins
season will greatly ai l in lessening the j
nurnhf r of inRects next year.
The most persistent weed to extev-!
. 1 T.i olt.An anrl 1
trnnale is pursaiame. um .
gees.? on fields infested with it. I
Halter the colts early, and if they J
must go to town with the mares teach i
them to lead alongside of their mothers, (
thereby save much trouble.
The color in a horse is not so much
importance aa the size, gait, action and
i form. These are principally what tell
; whgn laced upon the market.
It is very difficult to keep toads out
j'of wells, and this matter ia an impor-
tant onc jf jH,re water is desired.
Toaiis drown, sink to the bottom, and
All barns should be so constructed
as to allow the family cat to go any
where under or in it, as a precaution
against rat and mice, which jdeattoy
more than may be supposed.
for a few
i na C trees, planted 80 to the acre, on
Apropos of recent ; strictures on Dr.
Mackenzie's book, here is what ' is
men which ought not to be spoken of
abroad, I will not divulge, as reckon
ing that all such should be kept se
cret. While I continue to keep this
oath unviolated, may it le granted to
Slakes the lives of man; people miserable.
and often leads to sell-dest ruction. Distress
after eating, sour stomach, alclr. headache,
heartburn, loss of appetite, a taint, " all gone"
feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and lrrego-
. larity of the bowels, are
DiStrGSS some of the more common
Aftgr symptoms. Dyspepsia does
not get well of Itself. It
baling requires careful, persistent
attention, and a remedy like Hood's Sarsa
parUTa, which acta gently, yet surely and
W ilfflPtly. It tones the stomach and other
organs; regulates'' tb dfgesUon, creates a
good appetite, and by thus Sick
toms jwfcoves the aympa- rlOaQaCnw
thetle Hects of the disease, banishes the
headache, and refreshes the tired mind.
" I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I
had but little appetite, and what I did eat
u distressed me, or did me
u little good. In an hour
bum after eating I would expe
rience a falntness, or tired, all-gone feeling,
as though I had not eaten anything. My trou
ble, I think, was aggravated by my business,
which is that of a painter, and from being
more or less shut up tn a SOUF
room with fresh paint, last
spring I took Hood's Sarsa- SlOrfiacn
r ilia took three bottles. It did me an
immense amount of good. It gave me an
appetite, and my food relished and satisfied
the craving I had previously experienced."
Geobcb A. Face, 'Watertown, Mass.
Sold by 11 druggists. 1; six for S- Prepsid only
by C. L HOOD CO., Apotaecaxlw, lAweU, Hau.
IOO Doses One Dollar
Parties paying for The Rrview in advance
a our reduced cash rates will be furnished
i any of the following named publications in
connection with this paper at the prices given
i below. It will I noticed that there is a re
, duction of at least 1 5 per cent on publishers'
' customary rates in every inmxnee, and in
? some more:
Toledo Weekly Blade $1 OO
Harper's Weekly 5 "o
Scientific American... , 500
tletroit Free I'ress 3 CO
New YorK Star 3 00
New York World 2 SO
San Francisco Kxaminer 2 75
j ji- j;.,, .'!"!!.'!!".!!!!!!. 5 70
j Philadelphia Times , 3 00
j Frank Islie's illustrated paper. 5 70
j- . , ",, " German. S 7
llnay Magazine.. 4 50
Ti . 1 1 n,MAnn . 1 nn
: Popular Monthly...
S ""moNTHMK.' ' ' '
; Wcst Saore, Porthnd Or ...... .
j Century, ciibner's
J lenioresr's Magazine
.. o 00
. . 4 CO
. . 4 00
.. 5 co
- 3 5
. . 4 00
.. 4 OO
.. 3 00
. . 3 co
.. 3 co
.- 3 00
i V! : uwh-
St.' Xich'.'.ts ....
Amcri.'an Aericulttrist . . . .
; Harper's Young People...
I Peterson s Magazine.
j Missouri Republican
Globe lieniocrat .,
; j,ioncer ,ress
' Other publications will be lumisherl at a re
t Koscbur", Oregon.
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-A MARKET REPORT.
YBvt, r bu
1 1 16c
Eggs, V do?
! Lard, pTi...
j Oatmeal"? R.
. i3 1...
I i otaioes, u.
I Oats, V? I'll I
i May.'1 l,,n
Wool, t' ft'
"am and I'acon, V ..
Piled Aw'cs t M . 1..
' " I'e-hes.. :..
" . Phnns
rjran ton. . . . .
I Chicken-i. i? doz. . ......
Cornmeal, V 1''.
Cracked Wheat. If lb...
"Beans, $ tl.. : .... .. ..
erinfeeding bran such m 1 AmillltI 1 111 17 IWUHU1 ': ft SiiUliiHFU Am , V li 4 11 1 4 8 U II 4 111 4 I L f IIO;.:i;-!;Y. TRIMMING .u.
ty is gtien as tends l indac. Jill tf JLltJ '. IHJUlWt . UUUi-;HIC Firet K, Cor. WasMnaton. PortW Or. JJ21 J t'U 21 rO i ' XJ21XIU 21 X V J i 1 . ' : P.r,l.,ce Uu,U a
, the best remetiy ih to wunnwaj ' ; a. d. chaklton. t i ! liflOTR &u anflHSSi price
dys. It it is scalded befT-v oiasswaPe. . SlJ,. . ." . " i ' . " ROS2BTTHG
it will lessen this liability very ,. . '"'r,und-or I avms determined to retire; (.kthkitquality. . r
For Strains! and Sprains.
Evidence, Fresh, New, Strong. I
an. tUMst. ttm.
u jv .1 m VAMM I... A 1.1,
J - "Vr.i hn wtu ttrmbi at tk: cd a
ill am xifkUUltauntU.
On Crntehai. etmlbtUf, Otto, na It, '- .
m whUM intctn m. ilnliit uU; ih
Has. . wgOHinaB.
AMI IM Mi-J! ;
w.k, wl us, mwMb. TkrM pp'-l-
cftUom. ixf, ttm um Hm m h. w.i,
tMiA m. K. ratsra of ylB.
Terribie Pain. ruimtr, ia.. kt 't, itt
nni.,1 n tkamh but 8 prist, ud . ttrrtbl
nVlUM p.l in rwtpUuuafBt.
au. a. aaowa.
at Sboogists ass Pbalibs.
THE CHARLES A VOGELER CO.. BaHlfflor. U.
if TRADE CFv MARK
S. MARKS & Co.
. DEALERS IN
-HAVE CONSTANTLY ON If AND-
i ma iiiiiimi b hi v i iti sin t- s siti .n t. :?! . t bflnprai Uiiir.fl m r. a i amm iv. ixa. izi i bv uz h b b t i .m. i d'-w iv d h m si. i -k
Wool and Produce
AND THE VERY HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOB THEM.
Having just purchased the Depot Gror-ery .Slow of G. W. ri oward h-t- on ; FULMAN hUPFT SLEEPERS
hand an entire new stock of i ; Tourist Sleeping Cars, j
The Best Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Incluilii.g Flour, Prodtti, Canned
and everything that is kept
A full line, of Boots and
Rememlier everything is NEW.
Opiwite the Depot, ' - t -
"RnSTr-TtTTRn AXTI OAKfiAXTI FEXCE WORKS.i
Manutaetuira or tne Ueiebrateil i
UNIVERSAL COMBINATION FENCE.
Farms, Rant-he Orchards, Gardens ami I,airna
J. H. MOODY, :
Will 1 gi ten any man ENUyHSEU Hi .Z?Ai
who will produce a ;i
o win itroauce a aci- S m V
o'w-uiarr,: PR ACTICALlY J -
who Will assert that re-
nueu can zinc i
of the most
all known mat una
;e co., jISOOO
a noi one fn nlL.1 - S I V HsyT(-
endurine ,. Mu-i'iU1 fFkZ X 'IF.-
as. 5 lr
J. A. Cardwell, Agent,
We expect to do a strictly cash business, and wiil eiidiAvor to make it to
the interwit of tll to deal with 11s. -We also, invite a continuation of tlit pat-
rOTlHge or au ioniir jmiruiiNj nun wm-o ;
. I c-give USACALL.-AE3
- - -
NEW ERA R
HO Si: "St FI,OOK,.trorictor.
Manufacturers of the best- lUiller Flour,
Keep ponstmitly 011 Ii mil ( 'Iioi.-e-.I'lonr, lUr.n, nnd Cho f.-eil ut. tb Jlowest
prices. ' ' . .. . ;
jF We also do an i xi-hmnje busitifss.
Highest cash pi ice paid for wheat m
We invite the public piittonagc.
And guarantee Satisfaction.
! ROSE Ar FLOOR.
XCOSSBTTRO-, ' - - OK.EGOIVJ.
Can be supplied to the citizriis ot Ra-e'mrg and vicinity
In Gar Load Lots
Direct from our mills at Hudson.
or M. R. HOWELL, our agent, at New York Lumber Yard, Roseburg.
BULHLEY & HEALJD LUHBER CO.
P. 0. Addi'ess Drain, Pouglas county, Oiogon. "
YAQVINA BAY ROUTE.
Dfcu'on pacific Railroad-
Short Line to t'alUorni-i.
FKEHJKT AND FARES THE LOWEST.
STEAMK1L SAII.1NO DATES.
- ,M rJIn:.
Frum ban i- runcUc
Will. V:1UV, Wl t. V. i
Will. Valley, 6pt. 4, 13,
The C(iiv.: my rtsrs the rijihl to cuaiiijc wuluiif
dalt' wish. ( iiotks
Tunis connect Willi ilm i. ft C. R. II , auJ Hiver
Boat at Crvalli nJi Albany.
einlr the On-gcu Tucifie pop
...ir Miiiimr, r..v, 1 j
. rn UoiOHt nienow on sale, good !
every Vcdnesday mid Batuulny from j
Albaii', Corvallis ami Philomath. ji
For infonnatlon p;l) to
C. II. Haswell, Jr , C. C. HoOl'a,
G. F. & P- Aireut. Actiugd. F. & 1'. Airt.
or. Development CM.' . P. R- R- Co.
31 Montgomery . t'o'rvallis,
Sin Fraucisc-i. , Oreisim.
S1IER Marks !
IH pt ipPSi
I W H J
; H Hi
Boots and Sboes. i
of every Descnp-i
- - Iioseburg Oiv
Goods, Cigars and Tobacco, Not iocs', etc.,
in a tirst-class grocery store. ;
Shoes is also kept in sto-k.
Give me a call and see for yourself.
- - - llosclmrg, Oregon.
rhcaj soul Strong.
: Roseburg, Ogn. j
- A. OUrtrtlWIx I M F.l B. .UKi.l I t
- - v it.
Were ' awarded
- GOLD KEDAL
1 W 8 -4 - I
- acksonville, Oregon
COMBS, Eic. ETC
MRS. S. a. HOTKSX.SOX, I
IAD1E.3 Wll.L. F.r'TJ MT STOCK
J Complete. i'rtee iiiuli ntc.
- j '.'1).' Mbs. K. A. Hi rcniNfo.
rppi u mmA'l1 ' I
TranscontinentalRoutel . FASBS MAOHI2BHT
tp-. . ,
Wagons. Jbindersj :
iVimmiiini v ntmnm'''' " Buggies s Reapers and
ltlk I lili i Alllil iSl Carts i r Moweis etc
lii'kl'lUUllill . lilVIft'lV
SIS S 1 B.-elBSa
VI A Till:-
Nov Completed, Makirjg it the
Shortest. Best and Quickest, i
'"'ne J'llini! cat hue; the direct route; no ile- j
lays; fastest trams; lowest rates to Chi-
cago and all points eat. lickets
sum to all prominent points
I throughout the jt-t-t and
To East-Koum! ras-it'iigevs. j
Be careful and do not make a mistake, but
he sure to take the j
unDTucou onricm nan on. n
kuii 111.1.11 1 nun iu iiniuiuHU)
AnJ see t'-.u your tiikct r.iai via THIS LINE, St. 1
' Paul or MmtieAfj'iKH tM avoid hrtit-j anU beriims j
Through secoii'i '!a8 sleortiii": cars run on retfulw
j ex!rt238 ti-Hlnd full length uf the Um. Bertl-.n free;
overlaid to California, j
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY'S j
THE Mr. ShASTA ROUTE.
Time between Koscburg anl San Francisco, j
29 hour. I
CVMF.KNJV ;PkrS; TRAINS IU S DAILY.
ivtwt'i-ii I'Di-tland aiitl San Francisco. i
4:00 r. m. I. y
:0 a. M. tv
7.4. a. v. j Ar
I'JrtlTntT Ar I 10-45 XJ".
Sim Vtaii'it l.v
i ;u0 p. M.
LOCAL lASF.XtiKR TRAlSf l"ML (f.M M T I"KtiAY .)
S:i)0 A. . I.v
I'M r. m. I I.v
S:40 P. Jl. I Ar
Ar j :;:4", !. m.
I.,- ii : a. m. ;
l.v I :0 a. m. .
; For aecoimiMHlatUiit ot Second f'lass rttaseiitfrs, '
attacbed to Express Trains. i
! The S. P. Co's. Ferry makes connection fithail (
the regular traiiwon Fast Side biv.trom fwtof F St. 1
j Port laud. '
West Side Division-
BETWEEN PORTLAND & CORVALLIS
MAIL TKAIS SAlt.r (RXCRIT Rl Sli.Vt.)
1 7:S0 A. M. I I.v Portland
: 12:25 r. . Ar Corvallis
1 ) At Albany anil Corvallis connect with trains o
' Ortruil l'aciftc llailniail.
EXPHKHS THAI? DATLV ECP.1-T SUSDAT.)
'ir. m. j I.v
: 8:f'Or. a. I Ar
I'nrtUn.l Ar I :ii0 A. .
McMinnville I.v I S:4S a. .
, ; ZIT-; T
TTlviiI riolfotM to all points
. Fr full iiiforniatinii rejrardiiiff rates, maiis, etc !
i ea" cin c"'"l'!"'V's sjent'at Kusolmrjf. j
R. KOKIILF.it, K. P. ROflKRS. ;
I. Muiaaor Awt U. K. & Hans Agt. j
Comer First and Alder Street Portland, Or.
5 MS S SHAHS' ASIjOU
! . !
i would resiieuttully inform the public that he
tin, nil Imml a linn niafifirf mil, t. of
i Pry Jfl.s, I. roe erics, j
IScady-.Madc DIotliiiig ;
i and in fact everything unually kept at a j
iiist-class store, tjive him a call.
Goods at Iiow Prices.;
All kindftfif lrofl i
I Taken in Exchange for Goods. '
j tsT.Ml orders promptly attendtil to.
Stearns & Chenoweth i
j OAKLAND - - OPF0T I
j lkau-.s ,n
I A full ami comnlt'te -tocl: of if aid-
waif, j niwiiTP, loves aiKI t .tins, aim
; ovon tiiing usttaPv k..,.t in n.t.ciaS9
j liauiwaro More.
OUR PRICKS ARK TI1K LOWF.sT IX
Till'. 1 dl'NTY.
i Prod uef taken in 1 xi Ihiikw foi ''raids ;
HARNESS SHOP, j
Full stock of Harness, Sadules, Etc.; also, a j
complete Furniture Store. Carry a large
and well selected stock o household
Of all descriptions and beat quality, at Lowest
'AU, AVI) EXAMINE MV STOrtC.
J. II. O'JI ALLEY .
!! "R a JL-3ir
and all kinds of
inite and stone works;
and Bnck work done on short notice.
Shop at Floed's old stand j
' . '
i 1 1 1 l ; ,
i Keej) all kinds; of
Family and Fancy Groceries.
MrwvMpi ' m
JL VJ& -jrj.lt JMi . 'd3L .. U3.JUlt-
I AGItlCULTUItAL IMPLEMENTS,
STOVES i- TINWARE, .
J- CROCKERY A- GLASSWARE,
GROCERIES A- CLOTHING.
a?xxaa glothikg- -zv.'r cosri.
i.SU "T 'HS GZlT It
from mercantile business,
. i offer my entire stock o
v rm . I'M f. u o . in
At greatly reduced prices.
And invite all in search of Bargains
to call and secure them at mv
store hi Roseburg, Oregon.
Il:.i::; jti H-urt x iww lnuiueiM
at very luw ricva i
Choicest Staple and Fancy Groceries,
an x ae.t every! iar fouuu
ri-otlnt5 otH Jtliidis tnlceii Ii Kxeluui';.'
&&" Call and see our su.rk, M're'i huiUiu?
A!. J OSKPHSON
' k s fui! Inn- uf Drcsa OuodSl of evoiy v.tri-ty and Klindc
A fnil lino of Silks.
A fill! iin.1 uf Satins, Brocades and Whets.
V fnil lin of Fancy Dress Goodn
A full lino of Hosiery.
A fall iitic of t lolliin-.
A f ill linn of Furnishinff CSondit.
A f;t II iino uf Hats and Caps, Omits nn.l S-lio.."..
A full lint: :f StapU" ami Fancy Groceries and Tolmec.is.
A full lin of Cnxkoi v ami Olasaware.
And i.Tt, l.ut not l.-ant, a full line
j kinds of T.iv.Ik'h Hat Trimmings and
Ix KeeiAiig Up Ms Slock .'Wilh-Xew Goods-From TJie
! East, male lie Is Selling Out
rr; ,7 t.i,. c.7 ,..: 7 Tr:7r
! JXtO .JriUIUl iw.uin:i(i olH-t. yjVII-lllHlCfS UlUV U ill -
i Sell Cheaper than Any Other. Housed the Cou airy,
.111 Auids o I'roauce
i " . , .
The Best Stock of
At tlie Lowest Prices.
WHEY PILKIXGTON, Oakland, Oregon
;''.;''.'-.'.'. I -' "
Agent For MITCHELL, LEWIS & CO,
Farm and Spring Wagons, Carts, Truck
Backboards, Jioad Carts, Flows, Hay Fakes,
Feed Mills and Al ' Other Implements.
' vV vt ,r.
all kinds of
all - Kinds OI
svtf k u m r&s d r-. u r.
'1 DAriiUDV ornn in?
in Koatlmr,' ami are m flliu
iiuilete tiue of the
'Cigas and Tobacco
Iu i ii oit.v GiMtrerv Stow
next door to Stanton b. Kvervthia is frtsh.
of Ostri.ui Plitmos :.nd Tips, with all
1 at i Shapes of la teat j-attern.
NEW . GOODS!
taken 111 Axcliane
Goods in Rosebur
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Is now Dt'fparf .i to do tiii Lii.a.t
t plam and tnoy ittiitin nt it
r.itts. Hall m him wlifiii vou want
I anything in that iim-.
mUlM SAll aitL)ir-.ijptrSS
Miient th-ir j iUronage. The house has
; , 1,0,11 innovated tlnogbont: aappUed
Vi'mHlvvAT rs. irois. " i with good bd, ami tbi. table will be'
. ; coi.tiv s,.,.pii,,i wi.j, host the
'; Tii!5i nail has hwn fuiif eijuij'psd j
j with Xb'.v ; Jlacbin.fry, Jiiicluditi
This mill baa U- f u . eijutped l
, tint- L l:ui!r rs us I lutein r.
l-'im.t fit- and '.Vl.tr Lumber at i
I Lowt-a iiit. s. Oia-irs i.roiiiptiy inkd I
V.'OODTiUFF BROS., j
; ; ' '
C34-ir n- 4-rtf . i
1 xit 1,0 -mil mwmi
1ITIIE UEST, OUALITi
-a f.H i
Sobsei iiitioa rect
f ' f.-T -iM l"i-i..i-l,
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Try ) ?C'J"C"' C1'
A rmnirlfis plTlid into ?TTt-Sr.r,triI and 1
I: :rf-f'at!''. VrrOr. rt Jrneftiit or liy
m.l. iii.uiii..IU-o, arren.su,.: .f tort.
(hnisiiiifh ti!" JJachiitist
(;f West I'.'.'i-eLuri'
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Is iuw iurj.w. to On t.r.n rc;-..-.ir!nc oi ;
Com Wii-h l;iv'-.i nnd i.Hi-vncd. i
, ,-,',t "s!-'"'- J-1 !-'Li-'"- worM
i; one to cr.ier. j
Locks ici--i--rcl, Kvys nitcl ?.-, all werk
i rie.nU done.
FULL SATISFACTION GfARAXTEKD.
ft'OSESURG TO EfviPlSE CITY. ;
. Front RoseUrgtoIokina G;.v S .70 I
' Foot ol mountam 2.0a j
" " ira ; 5.00 I
" " Fairview 5. $3 j
" " Sumner , 6.50 1
; " " Marihtield 7.00!
, ' i.ailv exc'ept suday." ' 750 1
,i For rarticulars Inquire at the Post Ofiicc. ;
Jas J,lcVtUAH:n, IVop.
Y"0 1 il "1 a
j - .1 y- ,
iom tO iVlynle 1 lt
! Making etinnettion with the steamer
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; tor :ul points on the Coombo river to
. th sea coast, arriving at .Mvrtio Point
S'atlO P. JL' Also niakiu- cW con -
... . . . i , . ,
jircltona -with tne Jiet.njhv.h Majro
if.e fi am ISoso'.itirjf to Euiptii? Cite.
J. P LP. 11.
: 1 i 1511 nr.TiifUt o n
I ib l, MiiU S MiS & IU.
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illy cJw.H.S-ci...i -. ; r?, f3 jj fTS ffl
aenmos tho"ae!tl jPassagcs. AI- i - - t J G-ifilH I
ta3 liiiiamTRauon. aoasstna sores. r f, t i if a EJ K H PIJ LA
Eestores tho fSccsea of Taste. Smell -.n. 'xud Cj? E&l-li SSf tiU
i PnrA T Inirrt ( 'honnnlc '' anSes. lemons, Candies, NuU and
!rUrt UlUP liemiV,iCo.ifectio.1S of all kinds, at lowest
! Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Toilet articles, S - -
: HOOKS AX? STATIONERY.
Upectacles, DuM.es, llrushes, Combs, etc.
; OILS AND VARNISHES, -
j Window Glass, Putty and Cement,
Myrtle Point, Ogn.,
W. ilajory, jr Prop.
Jlasing jiiytiL-;ts'd tlie i.Love well
known ho.st.li-y, it hlu.ll be my ear-
market a ti.mU. -
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JOJIX V. "IjIXCOLK, ; .
Civil Ea.sincer nl .Su rveyor
Ditdic, anil Mining Claims Located, line
Run and Mps Madk Plans aud Estimates
furnished for ail daises of Engineering work.
Accuracy gu?r3n!etl.- 'Office in Marie's bnck.
P. O. Box 56, I' y Roseburg.-Ogn.
rROVJSIONS, NOTIONS, CROCK
K I? V, G LA S.S WARE, TOBACCO,
ch;mis, etc. etq.
ixd the highest cash
AUSTIN V ELL JJRILL.
1 KO-Kiil'kC, - ,- o
Nf-v vt jl.-; 'drilled . or old ones sunk
r.'. V',; nisi furnis'i pumps of
Sf'vcrai Hy vnl le patterns. i
. Ei. liOWELL, Proprietor,
, .px t J :t.ir
; riaRt Ljme, ooai. Wood. Ladilen,
Scrap Iron, Tmit Boxes, Green,
Dried Traits, Prod-i ' '
r- t i xt -T- r- n T T"
i a - i. i i c i . t-r M
. . ' Mono . n f bo, t notice.
Tt-:tiiv kept ibr tlelivering goods.
s" Oi":;i-c nr.d Lumber Vara one block
Suuth of I lepot,
I OreoottT "
! HI .8.1 t3 M I V "Sw
ii? tvu2 ODD LIVER OIL
I &Smostr;S Palatable as Milk.
St i-pn!sccl Ibat it can be taken,
i j;4:' -v--:l. itnil osataitlatrd by Um aaat .
' in-tive KoTcaeri, whM ttae pll U
' bk" tolerate; and by tha eea.
! aiiniloa of the oil with the hypopaaa
; jlii'.ci ia macla more efficaciou.
F.taarsille ts a flesh predseer.
Prraiiis gala rsnUCy while titles B. -
Pkvsiciaus to be the Finest and Best prepa-
titJorj jn tbe world for the relief and cure-of
CSNERAL DEBILITY, WASTING
cOWfS and CHRONIC COUCH8. '
rh. r,jj f, lhnsnrnDt!rm. and
j WaaliU OMrth. Ail aU DrvggUf.
McGregor's old stand,
H1SHE3T MARKET PRICE PAID FOR HIDES.
rriUS MARKET is always supplied with
1 the choicest quality of j
Of all kinds, including beef, porkj vel and
mutton; also, corn beef, sausage, jlard, etc..
The most, favorable inducements i offered to
patrons, and no effort will be spared Uvward
giving satisfaction. j
Jackson Street, Opposite Post Office,
: TfKKrs os haxd the larger asd BEm
i V assortment of Eastern and ui Franciaco and .
makes ot BOOTS. SHOES. CAfTEitS. SUP. .
! I'KUS aud ovcrsthiiiK in the Boot aud Sho line, aw
SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH.
wots ami nnocs mane hi uruc
; j th
; Boots and Shoes Made to Order, and Perfect
and Warrant aH
' ., ' ., ' , ypT t, . .;
i Repairing; neatly Done, on short notice
j AIsa uU st(ck of T0VSf KoTION .
i MUSICAL INSTI'UMKJSTS and
. - VIOUN STUIKC8. s
! Z.OVIS LATfdENBERQ
7 .-' . ... a iy.t m '
1 nro)? .
U ULz3 .i
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Whea I My Ccrb I do net mean merely to
1 etrp ihnii lor ft time, anil then Lave tnera ra -i
turn ay.iin. I M KAN A RADICAL CL'lifL
1 1 havo taado the diseaaa ot
- j FITS. HFZLlPSY or
j FATXTT7G SXCinTESS.
j ; A ll!e-kn(r study. I WAirBAtrr sy nmtar to
! ( i ke the worst case. Hecaafte otir bava
1 f Ik no reason for not now rocei Ti - a ctire.
i of my Isvai.i.iijiJS Kenbdt. Give Liprea
( ani Po-t Orllce. It costa too nothiss lac
i trial, end It will core jrou. Addreai
- ! H.O.EOOT,W.C,I83Pub.St,ICTYo
fpra . . ,.,..m.i.i
) fcj. .,'
o oni-ect losrinR 1 -
Candy attd Notion Store. .
Is the place to get the best and freshest
; 11WCS- :
i Opposite ijbetalaa Brcsi.' Hardware atore,
j on Jackson ftreet. . . .
j , : MrsJ. C, Eotb, Prop,