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ROSEBURG, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1889.
Brsj amis Harries .. president. !
I ! Morton.. Vice President. !
.Urs O. Blainh.. Secretary of State
William Wisdom. Secretary of Treasury.
Johs W, Noble. Secretary of the Interior.
Kcim Ll PaoeToa . . . . ...Secretary of War
Bkxjamiti F. Tracv . . .Secretary of Navy.
John WaKAMAKKR . . Post Master General
W H H.Miller Attorney General.
Jk'remiah RcsK, Secretary of Agriculture.
Melville V. Fuller Chief Justice.
STATE OF OREGON,
V Dolpii I u s., Senators.
I. H. Mitchell )
Biof.r Hermans .Congressman.
Sylvester Pennoyer. Governor.
Gen W. McBRIDB SecreUry of State.
G W.WEiiB Stat Treasurer.
K B. McELKv....3ur,t. Pub. Instruction.
Frisk Baker.. State Printer.
R. S. Strahan....)
Ww. P. Lotto. Supreme Jadgea.
W. W. Thaykp, ,
N. 1 wis. Clerk, UoarU mciiooi uanu v.muis,
G. W Colvio,. 1
Robert Clow, j
J. P. Kavll, )
C A. WAllOONER ticisw
second judicial district.
R S. BkaK..' Judge.
l.'W- Hamilton ....Prosecuting Attorney.
TJ. a i.AND OFFICE KOSEBUROv!jKg
Ciias. W. joiixshm.
A. C Jones
. Observe! . !
J. C. FtHXERTON fSeuator.
v : . . . ..R-tres ntativea.
E. E. Labrie, i
G. A. Taylor
Be. C. Acer...... Sheriff.
V. L. Arrixctox Treasurer.
Oris IIinritsoN Sclfnnl Superintendent
Jas. A. Sterling Assessor.
.1. S. FlTZHUnu ...County .Imlge,
f.P.wis A;n.-: . Commissioners.
llrAt Vr A-riifc-pl V I
w.fBkioos ... Surveyor.
Dr. S. S Marsteih t oror.er. ,
Thos. Graham. M. 1). M. R. C. S.
Thos. Smith Sheep Inspector
J. A. Ei:gers Justices.
Fren. ii ..: ....consume
CITY OF ROSEBURG.
L. K. Lank. !
John Rasi, I
J . GlLIiERSLKKVP.
A. Parks. ;
S. K. Ki.of.i
K-.. S, 1. . O. . P., nwet
on tiatur.iiv vvllinir of
fh t.k t7o'etock. In their at KuMimrv
Menibm ..fthe onl to food stainlin-: r j-r o . a
atlaad. B wlaol me . u.
CWIOS ENCAMPMENT, Nu. 9, I. O. O. F., mets
stoaa Follows' II all in the firataiia tliinl "t'ti msUavmrf
ach uiuiith. Viaitiiiit brethren invil"! to alU'n-l.
U. A. Tavlok.C. P.
C. A. SKHLBRRttc, SeribA.
I'MI'llCA CM APTEIl, Nr 11, U. A. M., hoU
ihotr resnUr einnmuni .otioirf exitf-?
fWjf tlilr-I TiieaJ.ay in twi-h niomh. All
meiiilierii it, ml stauJii ill t!"" ilueand
iil.v nutice and guvern thenwclves 4-ainly
lailiny iiiuiiii('Ua are invited to uieet Willi tlie
. -hariel when (Attvoaieia.
M. F. KA1P, II . P.
Hmoy C Se-"v.
H0SF.IIU' CHAPTEK No. SO. E. S. hold their
regular mrullni on the flrnt and third Thnrwlars
In mch moDtli. VMitin niemhers in good standintr
are mp.irtfirlif iuyitdt .attend .
W.irth Uatroo. :' .
Uliiblj Willi c n. r. - 1 " " I
V rcifitlar meetings nn Wednesday on or Iwfore ;
, SkeauhfuHniouu. N. P. Bi ssau., W. M. i
A LAl'ktX W)WIE A. F. M. WILL HOLD
A. 0. U. W. ' !
EOSEBURG LODGE No. 10, meets the seoind ainl
fourth Mondavs of each mouth at 7.30 P. M . in the :
old Masonic Hall. Memhers in good standm are
ineillil r at tAflll. i
D. 8. Wist, C. W. Jonssnw.
I, r. LANE. JHK
T ANE 4 LANE, ATTORNEYS -AT-1J
Law, Main street, opposite Cosmo
politan Hotel, Roieburg, Oregon.
F. FLQED, ATTORNEY AT-LAW,
Review office, Roseburg, Oregon.
.1 Law. Office in Marks' brick, op
FULLERTON, ATT0RNEY-A r- j
ttairs, Roseburg, Oregon.
CA. SEHLBREDE, ATTORN EY-AT -Law
and Notary Public. Office up
stairs, Marks' Krick, Roseburg, Oregon.
Office up stairs in .the old Sheridan
Brick, on Jackson Street, Roseburg,
Oregon. Chronic diseases a speciality.
Dp M. M- MurpHy,
Physician & Surgeon i
Office at the hte Dr. Hoover's office. j
ROSEBURG, - - OREGON j
T Calls day or night promptly attended.
EDWARI) J PAGE, ;
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
OAKLAND - - - ORLyON. j
Special' attention to diseases of,
WPIIieR. ' ;
JAMES H. HAWKINS. B.S
OAKLAND - - - OREGON.
Special attention to Diseases of tl.r ;
F.YE & KIDNEYS.
Call promptly attewleJ night or day. !
' -.-rri 1
u in wuv teia t w
rhyttician & Surgeon
Calls proinntlv answerct' dav or i
illght'. '' ' I
Office, on J:ickson St. near the Bank ;
Residence in North Roseburg near
CqI. Lane's residence. i
thos. q 1:411 am
lias est4blished a dispensary in connection
with his practice, where he has supplied him
elf with all the latest appliances to enable
turn to more successfully prosecute his profes
sion, DR.. JX. J OZTAS,
Physician & Surgeon
lo a. m. to 12 m
a to 4 and 8 to 9 p.
Sundays, 3 to 5 p.
Opp. Slocum's Hall,
Jackson Street. 1
, Di C, MINNIS,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office at Dr. Hoover's old office,
ROSEBURG, - " 0REG0X.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS-
Hiolnii-l ThoinnN, lrop.
Table supplied with the Best the Market affords
Hotel at the Depot of the Railroad.
New York Coffee House
And Oyster Saoon.
iLea(jj(j check Restaurant
ill the City,
132 FIRST STREET,
WPrtrate!looms.if .h I-itfSt Designs for Ladies
: OPEN' DAY AND MlJHT.
'. W. KNoWLES
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
C. W KNOWLES, Proprietor.
HUNT CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
iQood Rsstaunrt Ccrr.ccted With The House i
Ki rr-' Crick BuiMU.
In the Center of the city.
COR. FP.OS AND MORRISON STS., PORTLAND
Win . II A 11 OA X Pi-op.
MEALS 25 CENTS.
BOARD AND LODGING PR WEEK $4.
Thorough sntisfiK.tion is guaranteed
to travelers and the public in general.
Tlie table is supplied wit!i the
best the 'market atTords.
O. H. Monroe,
Lnte r-f the Monroe House.
c , - d, mi t
batllph - rooms for I ,nimnprcial J IBvelPTS
Kriin ?! to S:'. 1M.T ilny.
OK EG ON
Dr. J. C Shnmbrook
J'nsicHin .5- Surgeon.
COR VALLTS, OREGON.
Term C'ommeiK'Cs Mdn'.sda.Y
September 13. 1K8S.
A lull corps of experienced Professors and I
COURSE OF STUDY. i in which there is no Latin, Greek,
Arranged expressly to meet the demands and j Frciieh or German. The English is
ptEPARAo'IMENT?1- I pre-eminently a Brness Course. t For
For students over 15 years of age w ho desire catalogues or other information, ad
to enter the College but are not pit-pared In- dress . W. JOHNSON,'
enler College classes by examination. . Prpsidpnt
MILITARY TUA1NING. " '
To the extent required by law. :'
liUILDlXGS. . ... . . .... .
Large, CommoJious and well ventilated. !
In a cultivated and Christian community, and : JrO-A L Jj-tCC)AD
' w&?eS5lson. Coffee House and Restaurant,
Circulars, containing matter full of interest to ! BOARD $3.,rfT PER WEEK
farmers, will be regularly issued and copies i ' ' ' '
mailed to each patron of the College. j Regular Meals, 23 Cts.
Reduced tolWw -ore free I n1 CM' 10
scholarships from every county. Consult; LUNCHES TO ORDER,
vour Countv Supetinlendent. .
i We confidenlry appeal to the farmers and !
(iranges of Oregon to pafronite the oaly ;
school estalilisiieo t;y (Jreitn lor tlie pro- ,
motion of licr agricultural interests. j
For catalogue or other information, address,!
" 15. L. A RNOLD, Presitlent, !
TTJE OLD REUABLB y
S U XX 2& S B SE 0 Fa !
T'.u..L Z . , a,r I
Also a new shop near the dejiot
establishes tor tae bene
; fit of his many
j HENRY EASTON'S
EF.PS CONSTANTLY OX H A NP
a full assortment of
OF ALL KINDS.
Ouapntt to be of the best qualitv.
CANNKOFKl'ITS. TOBACCO AND CiCAHS,
TEA. COFFEE. SL'GAU. ETC.. ETC.
(CANDIES ash CAKES, A SI'ECIALTV
Produce Bought j
j -AND THE -
HIGHEST CASH PRICE lill !
- i ' . ...!
Gire bw a call and convince yourKlycs. f j
HENRY E ASTON, j
ROSEBURG, - - OREGON.!
THE BOOM HAS COME
I - AND !
! II, Parry, the Tailor,
Will make you tho latest style suits.
That one suit made t order will last
as long as three "Buzzards."
If you want to keep up with the
times, call on IT. Parry and order a
suit that will make you look as if you
belong to somebody.
RoseDurg Flouring Mills
RAST CRITE8ER. I
This mill is turning out
CHOICE FLOUR. !
Will furnish you everything fat this line
The lt flcbr in the market is made at
Tlio highest market price paid for
Sit 'jeajor to S. Hantlton.
ROSEFURG ------- Orecon
JN 10 Cor. Onlc Jk Stephen.
Ifas on hand a full assortment (if .
Caskets, Plain Coffins
and Elegant Bur
For Imth male und females.
tir All kinds of Cabinet Work done al rea
sonahle prices. Call and examine my work
before making yo.ir purchases.
J. M. McFARLAND,
! ROSEBURG, OREGON .
jp.UXTIXG, PAPER HANGING, KAL
j J. stmiiiiing, etc., promptly done. Leave
I ordfK at Hamilton s.
niversity of Oregon
Next session begins on Monday, the
j 10 th of September, 18S9.
f Free scholarships from every county
in the State. Apply to your County
Mipenr.tenuent. free tuition after
January Lit, 1SS!).
V m l r.
' " " viuss.ca.. ncienunc,
Literary and a snort English Course
fjnPn 8t 3ll Hflllf
E. L. ROGERS, Prop.
'00len an(l Metallic fciS-
kcts at toxmt Mute.
IThe Vtior Man's Friend,
J. T. BRYAN
- PRACTICAL JEW ELER
WATCH MA tEK.
DEALER IX '
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
; AT LOWEST LTSING PRICES.
I AU Work and Goods Warranted
r UOSF.BURO. OREGON.
W. "JF". BK,IC3-0-S
- COUNTY SURVE0YR,
CIVIL ENGINEER, j "
. We wish to announce that wo are op-niiis a '
Produce and Provision Store
to be run in connection with our country tore; and will oKvavs kwp m hand
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Canned goals, Nuts, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, Dried Fruit, Flour, IWon,
Lard, Cheese, Fresh Butter, Eggs and Chickens. V
Oaying and selling farm produce a. specially
Give us a call, next door to City Rakoty.
Chas. E. Wolverton,
-r . President. .
J. W; Cusick,
The Fanners and Merchants Insurance Co
CAPITALTSTOCK S500900() 00,
PAID UP IN
WM. VLfclCTI. District Agenf.
nonnr a nmiwmv'
w 1 vj 3 vvuii 1 1 , cumin
Wonderful Resources, Magnificent Climate, au I Asrieultiiral, Mineral and Timber Wealth, and
OFFERS THE GREATEST j
Inducements to Home-seekers
' ' ' i
That can be found on the Pacific Coast. I
ROSRBUKO, the county sear of Douglas county, is located in the midst of: this rich agri
cultural, fruit and stock raising district, and is a tltm ing town of 1 S00 inhabitants.
The prosperity and advancement of the county during the present yeas will be fur greater
than ever before, and LTome-seekers and Capitalists should make their purchases NOW. Don't
w ait, but take advantage of the present low prices. To all interested parties we would .say:
HENDKRIC S -REVIEW
v-RBAt ESTATE!-.... CIOMP AiST X
'AT THE REVIEW OIPFIGID '
Transacts a General. Real Estate Business and takes pleasure in
showing land to Intending Settlers. j
We buy and sell on ccmniission, Farming Land, Stock Ranges, Improved and Unimproved
Land, City Property, Etc. etc, . i
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 seeking
investments in Oregon lands. Eastern Manufacturers ami 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.
i We have for sale,
FLOUR MILL FOR SALE.
Doing a fine local and custom business i of
a mile from town; between 502nd 7$ acres of
land, hog pen, slaughter and smoke house
$3500. Also near the mill property, a nice
residence and barn, with 5 lots, nice location,
Fine property lor sale, consisisting of foun-
dry building and machinfry, with everything
pertaining to a first-lass busines, together
with land on Which the properly stands. The
whole property can be bought very low, or
wUl sell half interest ir. the above to some re-
sponsible party who wishes to engage in the
manufacture of Agricultural Implements the
latter preferred . This we think one of the
best locations in the state.
Hendricks-Reivew Eeal Estate Company.
S. B;EENBEICKs, Manager
x RUN THIS WAY, EVERYBODY.
WHO WANTS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE GREATEST BARGAINS I.N
: WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE
! EESOTCACJX-SSS, SEStc.
WQULPHBE COMPET1TOBS "HOLLEB" IT IS IMPOySltiLE FOR AN V ONI-
TO SEL CHEAPER THAN THEY DO BUT PEOPLE THAT
; COMPARE GOODS AND PRICES EXCLAIM
WE CAN ONLY FIND AT
J. Jaskulek's Bargain Sfore
J. K. Elderkix,
Sec. and Mann-er.
- - ORKGON
I.. 1 CAKI.K, Ixical Apeiit.
: . ,,An . .
i.-uij;;iii ;iit ;i ui lhiu rfjii ire mi
among many othei
hoice bargains, the following:
Fiue tract nl land containi.-rg j'& acres half
marsh and lw.tlom. Ilyes nu 1 levees com-
plete. Forty acres m cnliivalion. Good
dwelling house, cheese hmne, l.arn and oiher
out buildings. All fenced, w.th cross tenccs.
-ocaiea on niniin rei u ...., . ,r-,mi ..ir.nner
m imgias oun.y rti.,o s. acres o. wu.i
land lying tw. miles llow the above t. gt
a""1 f""r mi,es fl "" r"r'lili -'-. OliiTed trtiy
For further luttiailarsemrure of
Hendricks Review Real Lta:e C.
' Ukmiii'i;s, Manager,
- : s
FOR HE BEATS TnEMALB!
' i : ,-.-'.'
M. CAllO, Manager,
THS PIF3S3T 8L03-B08B
L " " i ' ' "
rpo ALL WHOM IT MA V CON-
cern that 1 have appointed D. W.
Steams of Calapooia Precinct, Post
otlice address, Oakland; Ra2ph Smith
pf Deer Creek Precinct, Postoffice ad
dress, Roseburg, and A. J. Chapman
of Wilbur Precinct, Postoffice address
Wilbur; Inspectors of Stock for said
Precincts, and; others will be added
as parties interested make their desires
koown to me. - - ;
Insector of Stock for Douglas Co. Or.
Wilbur. Or., April 13th, 1887.
Museum of Anatomy.
75 MARKET 8TREET
POAIID LEARN HOW TO AVOID
M Jlmit, and - kow wonderfulli
you are made. Prlrat offlee, Sit Geary Street.
Consultation on lost niaDlraod and all rlfinans al
men. Bend lor books. i
icj, is wiuim nstM an j'.mpirp o
A GREAT OFFFR.
360 acres clio'cc farming and fruit lands
within half a mile of shipping point on O. &
C. railroad. Gxxl dwelling, fair ham and
orchard of liearing fruit trees, consisting of
apples, pears, plums apd peaches. 10c acres
arable, balance Tine timber and pasture, i'I
suitable for fruits. Easy terms.
, Fine farm in Tehama county, California,
containing 360 acres of very productive land,
200 acres of which is level plow land, 1 alance
tunliered and table land suitable for pasture
Located 12 miles from Corning on railroad.
Stage parses the place daily. Iluildings fair
and within a quarter of a rfele Of school.
C W PARKS & CO.
Freshest Staple and
Choice Confectioneries, Cigars and
LO WEST PRICES! BEST GOODS!
Ooixiatrv 3? rodiice BougHt-
BUICK C BENJAM1N
HEAL ESTATE AGENCY.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
yf)uv ami Sell Real Estate on Commission. Loan
Money on Improved Lands.
nTHar For Sale Larg and SniaH TracU of Airrl
caltunl, Graiing and Timtier Lands and iSty
fr.-iwrt IVHTMnoiHlanoa Bolicitcd.
D S. K. BUICK, Manairar.
; : ".
DOXE WITH DISPATCH.
This powder never varies. A marvel of Dark
strength and whotesoniene&a. More economical
than theordtnarv kinds, and caitti.4 . 4.1 in com
petition with the mullitu.le i t I.. but, ah4t
weight alum or piiospkte iniwders. Svl.l uiilr in
nans. KOVAL BAKINil Pott IjKK CO., ttKi VVa I
St. N. Y.
First Annual Exhibition of the
State Hoard of Agriculture will 1 held at
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 89
And Continuing Five Days.
Are offered in every department, aggregating
more than '
$4,300 in Cash,
There is the IUm Niilu Race Track in the
Stale on the ground, and there will be run
ning atul trolling laces each day.
PRICES OF ADMISSION:
Men s day ticket
Women's " tk't
.50 j Men's season tk't $2.co
.25 J Women's " " .75
Send to the Secretary at Jacksonville for
Premium list. G. W. RIDDLE,
RORERT A. MILLER, Sec.
The above book, usually sold for $3. 50 a
copy, will lie given free to anyone purchasing
$20 of goods at Moore & Fvans during the
next 60 days and paying cah therefor. A
MOORE & EVANS - - ROSEBURG.
ON Ill KlMKlf CREEK.
CLARKE k BAKER, Proprietors.
W are lu.w prepare.! tu funiish lumber it Uie
txat uality in quanlitic to suit I ho purrhaaera,
alwaya havlnir on hanU theiaxgett Muck al any mill
In lUKlas County.
We wUl furnish lumber at mirm'II at the following
ho-1 rough lumber ts to f 10 II
No. I fl.inring, inch 1M (is m
No. 1 flooriii,4 ineh 1 k il .$I8 M
No. 1 finishing litniher fig j
CLARK K a BAKER.
JOHN W. LINCOLN,
Civil Engineer mul Surveyor
Ditches and Mining C'laimsI.oraled, Line
Run and Maps Made. Plans aud Estimates
furnished for all classes of Engineering work.
Accuracy guaranteed. Office in Mirk's brick.
P. O. Ilox 56, - Roseburg, Ogn.
MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
Tobacco, Ever Brought to Roseburg.
D- T- PR1TCHABD
"W A. TPO 3HCi3CjaL3BCHXV
SHOP ON JACKSON STREET, OPPO
site Sheridan Rros. hardware store.
ICE CREAM PARK.
Ofien at all times, at the residence
of J. J. Farqnar on the bank of the
BJ.MVEI S. COX,
WUmt th Etifr th SM FramrUc All
Bat to tag About the Wn4 Ion-
He died talking of new States, and '
statesman born on a frontier, the son
of pioneers. The next Congress willjhere, and the cabinet meeting held on
lack much, lacking him. j Saturday was not in the least Eke a
He was singular amongst our pub- Methodist love feast. There were
lie men in his record of service in Con- sevr rI thinijs that had had a tendency
gre?s from Ohio longer than the aver-1 to create more or less trouble fimong
age granted to riepresentatives, and the brethren. First came the fjuejtion
its supplement by a far longer service j of calling an extra session of Coayresf
from the State of New York. We
believe tliat he and Geneial Vandeer
of the Sixth California District were
the otdy uieniljers of the last House,
anu the only re-elected to tLe next,!
who had a record of service m that
body from two States. Central Van-
dever served four years from Iowa,
leaving his seat to enter the army.
Mr. C wasof good Revolutionary
stock on the paternal side, and Ins ma-
! temal grandfather was a State builder
who penetrated the Ohio wilderness
close upon the heels of, Chucka Jack,
at a time when men farmed on the
Scioto bottoms with flintlock nfles.
No son of Ohio has made her name
more illustrotis than this scion of her
pioneers. v i
His talents were versatile. He!
shone with attractive iiualities as law
yer, journalist, author and statesman.
Ve use the last word with caution and
advisedly. It is often Ynis used by
application to men who are politician
only, astute pat ty managers, who in
trigue themselves to front seats in the
focus of public attention, hut who are
ignorant of the principles which cement
governments. A lint of American
statesmen does not weary by its length.
A catalogue of those who hare been
called statesmen is as formidable as
the directory of a western city prepar
injfor a Federal census. .
During he war Mr. Cox supported
all efforts to maintain the Union, and
did not make the mistake of substi
tuting prejudice for patriotism. He
held, with Mr. Tilden, that the Gov
ernment had the means of self-preservation
and must use them, uliU when
the war euded lie stood with many who
hail battled for the Union in tins
djclaration that, the Union being n
sloryd, 1 he lights r.f man tm-l i.;ie,
liberty we re not, j hen-fore, . weaker
than Ix-fore. '
HU speeelies Ucn coiinin?r, en
riched by travel and observation in ;
every v.o.ir, aie cjelojieiuc 111 their in-
forma'. i 11 and sugetion. All the
-pnier. ufxnrrmiKtrnce w weaim emu.
! bined did not excel hin in a shrewd in-!
i-lit into the pliilosopby of Comrnerce. j
So at were his services in this re-!
spect that New York city, by the voice j
of Iter great nrckauta, continually de-;
manded his presence in Congress as the j
representative and seer of the interesU i
they had in hand. ' When. lir. Cleve-1
land appointed hits Minister to Turkey j
there came to him in Washington the '
sharp an i eage.' protest of those mer- j
cbanti against his acceptance of a post :
which separated him and them. But j
he required, as he thought, a change.
Men born in 1824 ire no longetfyoungJ
Jefferson and tlie elder Aidins were
alive then, and Monroe -wms closing
this octave in the Presidency when this
Congtessmau to be from 'two States
first saw the sun rise.
lie took his vacation on the Golden
Horn, revelled in the mass of literary
material unused which lie found in the
East; but be said to. the writer on his
return, "The music of the Golden Horn
was not as musical to me as the crudest
notes of the greenest horn in Congress."
He longed for the old associations, for
the hard work of the committee room,
an 1 the cut and thrust of . tho -floor,
and to those he returned with all the
zest of a boy at home for a college va
With enlarged views he considered
and bettered the methods of the Dostal
service, and proposed measures which
increased the efficiency of the coast
lite-saving service, whtchjie established
in tho beginning. He fathered the
measure to admit the four new States,
and his last journey was to traverse
them und make a study of tlvir peo
ple ami products and resources. From
tbis tour he retnrntd convinced that
the remaining Territories should be ad
inittcd and put in charge of their own
fortunes, to work out their individual
destinies. Death came to him merci
fully, not at the end of long languish
ing and great pain, but w ith the quick
ness'of a coinaiand uttered to one tit to
obey. Sunset found him ready for the
greater dawn that is for the eye ot the
spirit only. But in every State in the
Union for his fame was common to
them all there seems to have fallejt a
shadow. The mast genial chords of
the harp that sounds for the inner
hearing neein to be unstrung and silent,
and the hand that could dtaw their
tense music will wake their harmony
Stuffed Cucumbers. Wash' ix large
cucumbers; split 4hem lengthwise, and
with a teaspoon scoop out the seeds,
mix one enp of stale bre&d crumlis with
a teanpoonful of salt, n tablefspoonfnl
of molted butter ana a little cayenne.
Fill the cucombera with this ruixturv;
place two halves together; fasten jriih
twine or small wooden toothpick;
place them in a baking pan, on a sm ill
piece of bacon, and Imke in moderate
oven,thirty-uve minntea. Serve with
a drawn butter esuce, made the rame
n the preceding recipe Tabk Talk,
Children Cry for
. v Cupltml.
(From our regular mmmpuuitnu : :
President Harrison found his offitial
family the cabinet in anything else
but a Jiappy condition when ha arvis-eJ
That. took up several hours at-.fi fK
delwtj t times became somewhat
sharp, not to say angry, "'but .Misps.
Oiloiii and Trarv a,n L.ir.,...
the lirt opposed calling an extra st-n.
Sion, CnsTrc succeeded in getting the
question decided in their favor So
that tusUer is settled. There will l
no extra session cfCcjigret, 1 The
'oimtry should ltliapfirr'.
ate two little mtftterr that were not
settled: The rumpus between Secre
tary Noble and Commissioner Tanner
over the question of who run! the
Pension office, (it is thought hy those
best informed that a final settlement
of this matter will create either a t
cancy in the cabinet nr in the Pension
office) and the ridiculous farce being
enacted in Behrins Sea. under tL
ordeis of the Treasury dfiartment
whereby crews of one man are placed
on vessels captured for. illegally taking
seals. No one objects to the seizure
and confiscation of these veaselxthit is
oolycarrjing out the law, but the idea
is: spreading around that the'Treasury
department does not wwh to hold tie
vessels or ; it would see that a proper '
prize crew was put. on the captured
vesseli One of Secretary W induing
co' leagues asked some very pointed
questions aboutf Ahese seizures, and
many still rnor4 pointed are likely to
le 'asked by inquisitiye-Coosrewinteii
next winter. .
'the United States Covemtneiit has
one niore war vessel afloat todwy than
it had when I last wrote yon that is,
unless some of those already afloat' have
struck a rock or a- snag and go. to
the lxi.om since the suwessfirl iHiinoh
ing of the new cruiser "Phihufelpbia"
nt Philadelphia Saturday. ,
Anu-ng tlie spnointinents in; di by
President Iiariisou Saturday wain ton
of Olive 1Oaii, the widely kieiwn
iiewspnjMr corrrsjiileiit to b ixsaf
at Hmtol England. Ho was ernliil
to Texas, but as a tnitter of f acl I
has lived abroad nearly all his 11
He owes his yappotntmnt entirely
;Tiie""irir'a'.fi!is talented mother.
iiie- ueniocraiiK NPinpioye . ru tie
onsc . wee not dis
tual cliere would lie
I means a couple of months Mlary 10
lhaem felloa. . --
Washington is the healthiest j-hy of
its iwpulation in the world. 'This
.v 80a,, stran ja to some o,J in
viw' of the mtny silly newspaper
j"fee about "Washington Malai ia".
ll 18 :l ac' which i fully
'wrne out by the catef ally kept
stttiauca ot the Uistn.-t trf CJuuibia
ealtlt Office. .
Senator Barbour, who luvs consente ''
to continue to a t as Chairmnt'of t
Vinjinia demo ratic execative fnm'i
mittee until Mr. B. B. Gordon," he
recently elected chairman rtfcovers
from his sickness, has issued- an -address
to th voters of his sts-e utging
them to perfect their organist ion
and to rally in defense of their stnte
ticket, e aay tliat Mahon will
be supported by all the powers and
resources of he Federal administra
There are riiuiors that the admin
istration deal to make Rood Srw-aker
of the 7ouse is off, and that Mc Kin
ley is now the favored roan. -Me-Kinley
has always op(iosed an eNtia
session and it is to that fact ' in all
probability, Utat this rumor owesits
The greater part of the administra
ticn is in Baltimore tj day lo look at
the monster parade with which the
Maryland state exposition was
opened. - ('
America is Ui gratest couiitWn "
the world, just as the great Amriioan
exposition to be IHd in Washington
in 1892 will be the greatest how of
the kind ever seen. '
The National liemocrat a new dem
ocratic weekly j per " made its -
pearance here Saturday. . It makes a"
nice showing typogeaplu'callr, but its
editor is too much of a snob a til ' to
dy to make Ifis paper the power that
such a parr" rijrhfly conducted ro'jiht
be made at the 'Nation'' Ci 1it.1l.
7owever h h n.y beat wiUiew.'. e
is aiming liht anyway.
The Navy dtaHmeiit has decided
to accept the gnnlmnt "Petrel" built
by the Columbia Iron Works of Haiti -mora
. '' -: ,. , '
Mr. Blaiue'a friend ex-Represeraa-tive
Kassin ia- believed to have, the
c ill on the Russian mission.
Some men who would never set.' a
river afire make pretty good husbands,
after'all. The average wife doesn't
care so much for a. husband who won hi
set the liver afire af5e does for oil
who will tfcMf fife ('regularly in the
kitchen kiQtnertciVe Jovninl;
Uonnuiiptiou ourely Cured- ' - '
To tub Editor Please inform your rend
era thai I have a positive remedy for the
above named tKjease, . Hjr its timely nw .
thousands of hopelesscasea have been Derma-
tlv cured. I shall be Clad ( send tria!
bottles of my remedy t to any ( youi ;
rea!le bwe aH"!'V th?, "S
isendirte their express and post office ad!rr..
T. A. SLOCUM, M. C. , 181 Pearl N. V.
wm a miivh.
1 . .
tJmpqna river in a beautiful shade.
J. J. Farquar, Prop.
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