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FRIDAY, APRIL, 1, 1887. voxju vyjcA tios: Washington, March lltli, 1S84. Lent an'l the adjournment of con gress Lave made a great calm in the erst-while busy social world of the Cap ital. " The change is especially noticea Lly at tho White House, which Lai been the fccene of almost constant and brilliant official fcospitaiities since tlie beginning of tha season. Its inisirrsi (since the departure of her mother and death of 'her grandmother) lias spent most of the time at their country home, to' which the President drives after the duties of the day are over, return in" in the morninir. Mrs. Cleveland is a remarkably ami able woman, aud- she lias constant need of this attributed in her present posi tion. Every day during the past win ter J-hc has received quantities of note.", cards, letters, and everything else in the shape of a communication, and, as a young lady visaing at the White House at that time remarked, she really tried to answer them all. Then people would come to sec hpr at all sorts of in convenient hours and sh -would some times ask the usher if they weie old or young. If they were old people j she would go down to sec them no matter when they came. Tho Ff-fcsidant is now giving his at tention to the selection of Interstate Commerce .-Commissioners from among the hundreds of names that have been recom incited to him. Much of the de" lay. in announcing the appointments ii due to his desire to select the best possible men for the positions, and in this he has been considerably restricted by not being able to get the best qual - ified men to serve at the moderate sal aries fixed by the law. The law provides that it shall go in to effect sixty days after its passage. Tlie tiuio will expire on tho fourth of ; April, and a3 it is desirable that the Commissioners should have some time for organization and consultation be fore that time, it is probable that the appointments will be announced this week. Nothing has been made known at tuo White House as to who win constitute the Jomm:ssion. but it is tho belief that Col. Morrison, of 111. Judge Cuoley, of Michigan, and Col. Bragg, of Albany, will be three of the men selected. Some of the most energetic and public spirited citizens of Washington arc discussing tho feasibility of holding a carnival hero at the conclusion of thu( National Drill in May, such asi nnttiin.llv t;ilc rl:irft nn Afarr!" Clms in New Orleans, Advocates ef the scheme urge that unless the carnival be pushed through now it will bo im possible to hold $no for four years. The presidential campaign and tho in auguration ceremonies will furnish displays and draw upon private purse strings sufficiently for the next two year-, and the third year will witness the gmnl Knights Templar conclave. It is estimated that any creditable . carnival will necessitate an outlay of 25,000, and in order to save expenses it is-proposed to buy or hire tho cos tume and cars of the New Orleans Knights of Momus and Proteus. Capt. Eads, who was one of the best known men in America, has been especially well known in Washington for some years past the Eads "Jetty system" which figured before Congress for so many years, attracted more at tention than any other private or cor porate business before that body in thvj last decade and a half. It is said at tho Mexican Legation here that tho death of Capt. Eads will not iiiteifere with the status of the concession made to him by the Mexican Government fur a ship rail way aciossthc Peninsula-of Tehuanto pec. The concession included both Capt. E ids and his nssociates in the enterprise, and remains in force for a period of ninety -nine year?. Of course his death causes some speculation a3 to the probable fato of tho scheme, as it may ba very difficult to find some one e liiallv well qualified to carry out the project. Mr. Cannery, who La3 just been ap pointed to the Mexican mission, has not declined tho honor, as was reported, but has accepted that position. The rumor about h"i3 refusal originated in ilrt dissatisfaction of his friends, who are averse to his coiner there on what they consider such inadequate com pensation. He, himself, insists that American Diplomatists ehcu'd be bet ter paid. Said he, "tho pay of these positions Is just about enough to pro : vide decent hous2 rent. 1 expect to be baukmpttid before I return. "But' continued he (laughing) "money is not every tiling in this wtrll, you know." Oon. Joseph E. Johnson has been jiiite ill i. St. Louis, lie is now seventy-nine years of age, and, pays the Republican, has lost all his old tiina physical vigor, though his temper is as cheerful and his manner as cour teous as of old. Ap3ison disputing with Peter Pin dar, Slid, ia a great heat, th it he did not like to thought a scoundrel. "I wish," replied Pindar, ':that you had bo great a dislike to using a scoundrel. ,: IS.-THERE ANY HOPE HEW AND IKPOETAKT 0HEI0N3 V OF PULMONARY EXPERTS ! 4 Caa the Universal . Consamptloa be Successfully Treated? Dr. Borgeon, a leading French doctor, has a new treatment for consumption. He gives an enema of carbonic acid sulphuretted hydrogen gases, the latter gas carrying the former into every part of the throat and lungs. This treatment, too, i3 directed at effects the cause remains undisturbed. What this caus eis has been stated by perhaps the highest pulmonary authority m the worlJ, t. e., the Brompton Hos pital for Consumptives, in London, Eng. This malady every year carries off from one-seventh to one-fifth of the entire population of England ! Dr. Payne, M.D., M.R.C.P., London, is authority for this statement. The same or a greater proportion of deaths obtains in America. Dr. Payne also says that one-half the total number of deaths from all other causes have Beeds of this disease in the 3ystera which only require some irritant to develop ! Dr. Hermann Brehmer, an eminent German authority, savs that consump tion is caused by deficient nutrition of the lungs, by poor blood. These authorities cannot be disputed The medical world recognizes them. The uric acid is the irritant in the blood that causes the development of the seeds which Dr. Brehmer eays lie dormant in the blood Every particle of blood which passes through the lungs and heart, also goes through the kidneys, and if they are in the least deraneed thev cannot rid the blood ot its killing poison. The thousand little hair-like sewer tubes of the kidneys very easily get Diocuea up ana diseased : and when they do, they corrupt instead of purifying the blood. Kidney disease may exist, and yet no pain occur in that organ, because it is deficient in nerves of sensation. Uip your finger in acid every day and it soon festers and is destroyed. Send acid poisoned blood through the lungs every eecond, and they soon give way. The Brompton Hospital investigation showed that 52 per cent, of the victims of consumption were afflicted with de ranged kidneys, which permitted the. uric acidpoinon to remain in the blood and irritate the lungs, lhis uric acid is al ways fighting every vital organ, and if there be any inherent weakness in the lungs it inevitably causes pneumonia, cough and consumption. , The real cause of pulmonary troubles being so authoritatively shown to be faulty even though unsuspectelaction of the kidneys, explains why, in rder to matter the dreaded consumption, one must rid the blood of tho uric acid irri tant which inflames and burns up the lung substance. I or this purpose there is nothing equal to that great specific, Warner s sale cure, lhis remedy has now the favor of medical men all over the world purely on its merits. We have no doubt that if the kidneys are kept in natural action, consumption and a great many other diseases, caused by uric acid, will not only be cured but will be pre vented. When the kidney is healthy, no albu men appears in the water, but albumen is found in the water of more than half of those who die of consumption! This, then, is the condition of things that always precedes consumption: 1'iret, weakened kidneys; second, re tained uric acid, poisoning the blood; third, the development of disease in the lungs by the irritant acids passing throngh them. Then there is a little cough in the morning ; soon thick, yellow matter is spit up, followed by loss of flesh and strength, with dreadful night sweats ; and when the patient goes to his echool physician for help, he is put on cod-liver oil which his stomach, weak ened also by uric acid in the blood, can not digest. Because there is no pain present in the kidneys, the patient does not think they are affected, but the kid ney acid is doing its work every minute, every hour, day and night, and by-and-by tho disease of the lungs ha3 advanced until pus is developed, then come hemor rhages, and at last the glassy stare which denotes that the end is near ! A post-mortem examination of such cases shows that the terrible uric acid has completely destroyed the substance of the lung. It is impossible to cure lung diseaaa when the blood is poisoned with uric acid Spartans, stoics, heroes, saints,, and cods, use a short and positive speech They are never off their centeis. As soon as they swell and paint and find truth not, enough for them, softening r,f tlie. brain has already bejrun. Emer son. A constant faith begets a constant peace. Mason. is warrantod, is because it is tho best Blood Preparation known. It will post tively cure all Blood Diseases, parities the whole system, and thoroughly builds np the constitution, liejccrauer, we guaraniw it. For sile at Master's drcg store. fV A ' and reliable Medicines arc thebest VJ vv t0 depend upon, j Acker's Blood El ixir has been prescribed for years lor an im, purities of the Blood . In every form of Scrof-, ulous, Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases it is invaluable. For Rheumatism? hJSJloeciual., For sale at Marstcr's drugstore. . o" e. ld Elixir is the only 5 Blood RfimenV enftran. teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcers. Erup tions or Syphilitic Foisoninpr. It purifies the whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic and Neuralgic pains, w e guarantee it. For sale at Marster's drug store. "TVrvv-v trifhTwitli any Throat 'of -J , Lunsr Disease. If you have a Cough or Cold, or the children are threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough, use Acker's English Remedy and prevent further trouble. It Ab a positive cure,' andjwe guaranteeitMcelOand50ft A. C. Marstcrs. Soother at hand. It is the only eafe medicine yet made that will remove all infantile disorders. It contains no Opium or Morphine, but pives the child natural tase from pain. Price 25 cents. Sold by A. C. Marstrs. . Backlens Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded Price 2, cts ' box. Fr sileby M r.steks & Co W- F-BENJAMIN, R,LTrai F.ST ATE, INSURANCE, Transferring, Collecting and 1'urchasing Acent. Correspondence Solicited . The Red Corner Keeps Constantly on hand the Finest Cigars, Tobacco NUTS, TOYS, NOTIONS, and I Everything usually kept in a FIRST CLASS Notion and Candy Store, G. A. TAYLOjB Will si ll bv the motto ! I "LIVE AND LET LIVE" Call ami Examine our Stock -Before- PURCHASING E! SEW HERE. Roseburg Flouring Mills RAST & CRSTESER. -This mill is turning out j i CHOICE FLOUR and I will see that you are snlistied. 1 CUt your biscuit Hour at the I i Roseburg Mills. ! The highest market price paid for i wheat. T II. O'M ALLEY, tl . Propiietor of the ROSEBUKG MARBLE WORKS, And Dealer in TOOMBSTOKES, TABLETS, tljC. - ! Shop Kcnr of Hoan's Store, j TEE hi IN SaUIRfiEL & GOPHEB EXTERMINATORS! AT i SS&EmXD&S BROS A GREAT SUCCESS. THEY ARE CHEAP. e INQUIRE AND SEE ONE PS Si O o to U C5 O N 3 ft, O 5 B- 0 s" EH o a -3 u X O m Ph EH W u u CO 7 a - EH w r o u . 3 C u 0 a: s to to to ui 8 us 5 o hH ANTON LAlf, Watch-Mnktr Jewch-r and Optician DEAL Ell IX WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWLLRY. 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This large and gp1naid1r lllnitfafd nawrpaptf U published WKKIiLY at $3.00 a year, and ia admitted to be the best paper devoted to sctanee. mechanics. Inventions, ensr.neering works, and ether departmenU of Industrial progress, pub lished in any country. It contains the names of U patentees and title ot every invention patented ach week. Try it font mouth for one dollar. SoldbyallBeWealera. iHHJAIK.wnicn nas m Tbls paper la kept on Old at the office of YERSQK D V E RTI S I LM ft TIMES BU1LP1N8 gStftsu PHILADELPHIIL ESTIMATES S55JSS5!ffra FREE end 10.la ayer& son's mmi taansror DR. JORDAN'S Museum of Anatomy, 751 Market Street SAM FRANCISCO' 0 AXD LEARN HOW-TO AVOID r J disease, ana how wonderfully ouaremaJu. 1'rivate Otticc, 211 Geary Street Consultation on losl manhood and nil Oit'iaEC men. Send fur Books. Established 1S52. 4 T "viTn-kriiW Corner First and Alder Street Portland Or. THE LEADING CLCtTOlER, HATTER;, AND MI!MAif EMMS OP OREGON. N. P. BUNNELL, FOUNDRY, Machine Shop, Wagon Shop, Rlacksiuitli Shop. 1AN MAKK CASTINGS FCOM ON K J ounce to three tons ivi-k'ht. Small f!n. pola fur small castings. Money refunded if work is not sauslactory. Portland price3 ! ave telegrams and expressoe, $1 mm Wholesale and Betail DEALERS IN Sugai Pine, ITeSlow Pine, F"tx and Oak, Well Sea soned in Our WRY KOUSS Wlien Desired. ALSO M M A ,iiauunutiirei.srsa-lt & Hows in nil .Sizes and Quantities. Our Factory is now in full operation aud we can offer as a specialty all kind of Store and Oiticb Fittings, Tui:.is; and Sciioll dence which is assured prompt attention. DEVORE & ELLIOTT Successors to PAGE rf DIM 21 ICR Tf. ytv ' o-x-l JL- DEALERS IX DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, ! GLASS. JEWELRY, WATCHES, w PUTTY. COMBS, EIC. ETC. We expect to do a strictly cash business, and will endeavor to mako it to the interest of all to deal with us. Wo also invite a continuation of the pat ronage of all form or patrons, and solicit 6 GIVE US GEO.' M. PRIOR Wm. FERGUSON, Camas Valley. Camas Valley, r UMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION CONSTANTLY ON HAND aud furnished on short Notice and at tlie LOWEST GOING PRICES. RUSTIC AND FLOORING A SPECIALTY- mum vim mm Mmm Gmmaxm. Furnished in any Dimensions, to Order- Adi'iess, PRIOR &, FERGUSON, Camas Valley, Douglas County. Or to, F. P. McDEVITT, Roseburg. All Kinds Of Fancy Groceries, Stationary Photograph and Perfumery, Autograph albums Crockery and Stand, Hand, and Queens Ware, Hanging Lamps TABLE CUTLERY AND SILVER WARE, and TEN THOUSAND OTHER THINGS TO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Call And See Me At The Post Office Stand. BUTTER AND EGGS BOUGHT. WHtiT'Moore SHERIDAXJ BKOTZIERS, Importers and Dealers in rTar-lwaro, Stoves, Tinwnrc, "Champion" Mowers, l x. (..una, ristois and tlio largest st-'.-k of Hardwire found in Oregon. AUlTMAN & TAYLGR THRESHERS. THE STAR CIIILLED PLOWS. Q "AT TRICES NEVER BEFORE OFFEUED BY ANYONE." WE CAN NOT AND WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. L. BELFILS ( I foel confident of giving satisfaction m nil work entrusted to me in w-atarics, clocks, and jewelry. I also repair musical instruments. I liave the Comity patent ri;ht foi talc of Omcret Cement Hps for conveyin water to any I'lacc de sired In bougies County. I will also teach anj kbit) of instrumental music. Anyone dcsirfni; iiutruction will cull on nio at nip watchmaking shop. 4 L. Iim.ras. I TT TARRY, II. Mi rcrWt Tailor. in the Red Front, next ttoor to A. C. Marks btorc. tiepairs and Alterations neatly done, c. v. KKOWLES, ST. CHARLES HOTEL, EUROPEAN PLAN.) C. W KNOWLES, Proprietor. FIRST CLASS IX EVERY RESPECT. Good Restaurant Connected With The House FirO'i'roof Biiik nuiluhig ISO llooing. I:i the Center of the City COK. KliONT AMI MOKUISOX STS., TOUTLAND JOSEPH SHINDLEH. PROP H I-K T 0 R Of The CITY BAR RY VND KEIF'S CONSTANTLY ON HAND A full stock of bread, t akes, Pics, Plain and Fancy Crackers, etc. Also a fine selection of French and American Candies and Choc- late Goods 1 mi tii ilBii GU. work at lowest fi-ures. We solicit correapon SiroAK Pink I)on & Lumbeu Co. Grants Pass, Oregon. T-r3 TThT- FkT now ones. A CALL. 3 P.. McDEVITT, Rosel'Ura;. Eoapers an 1 Hiiulois, Young America Food Mills, of all deser pt.ons, Stoves and Chonp j inwaro to be Samuel Marks, S. MARKS & Co. -DEALERS IN- IIIIML -HAVE CONSTANTLY" ON IIAND-- '1 Crockery, Glassware, Wool end Produce CiOTIlIi I) tion Bought AND THE VERY HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR THEM. is. MA-TiltiS CO Makes The Very Best Lumber. ROUGH ixsrM RUSTIC icr M ....... f FLOORING i,tr M I SituaU d 15 miles from lloscl.nrg on But before you do HITCH . G. (WOODWARD'S -AND- Buv a I o One of tlie Biggeet anI Best Stock use nojljiiig lmt the le.st leather, and lia got EVERYTHING IN THIS LINE. DONT FAIL TO CALL ON ME W. GrJ Woodward Roseburg. su yCES 7 wn -DEALERS IN- GENERAL iVIERCHAiMDISE. : i I Xoseburcj Oregon. Has 011 hand constantly a General Merchandise and will and patrons, as well as new ones, who in co nsidcration of'the scarcity of money and the present depression in business, will study their ovrn interests by calling on h;m and examining GQQBS MMQ) PRICES Before purchasing elsewhere. L do not claim to sell goods 1 . ii i i n 11 1 . ai, cosi, or less man cost, out tfcat thoy will get their goods At The Lowest Living Profit. Produce Of AU Kinds Taken At Market Price. Sol. Abraham. Drain & Cof( Drain. Douglas Co,, Oregon, GENERAL DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. Hardware, Crockery, o O: 0 ; HATS, OAFS, BOQTSAWn SHOES. ers will find oiu stock coini)lctc, coinprising many articles it is im . os3ibIo hero to enumerate. Would respectfully invito an examination of stock believing aTl can be satisfied Unit it is for their interest to make purchases hero R3 we 'my and sell for cash cnlr. JOSEPHSON. II W YOBS CASH STUBS. Keeps a full line of Dress Goods of eveiy variety and Shade. A full line of Silks. A full line of Satins, Brocades aid Velvets. A full line of Fancy Dress Goods. A full line of Hosiery. 0 m A o 71 0 b A full Hue 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. And last, but not least, a full line of Ostrich Plumes and Tips, -with all kinds of ladies Hat Trimmings and Hat Shapes of latest pattern. -OOMB -c.3ST33 SZXX1 M JOSEPHSON. Asiier Mabks IllililSISl Provisions, Cigars, Boots and Shoes. of every Descrip I5ofitliiiy, Or. ?9 00 moQ ; 17 00 CAMERoxiCo. Managers. North Umpqun. Gooil loads in Summer. UP! taat come 'round to U tow Set of Harness of Goods ever Brotielit to Town. 1 "- CESSOR TO large and complete assortment of be pleased to see his old friends wm assure au wno patronize me 0 CD o 13 o of Clothing. McOraffor'c old stand, Jackson Street : Roseburg. W. B. Kolircr, & Co HIGHEST MARKET PRISE PAID FOR HIDES. WIIIS MARKET is always supplied ith X the choicest quality of Of all kinds, including Leaf, purk, veal and mutton; also, corn beef, sausage, lard, etc. The most favorable inducement cflerecT to patrons, and no effort will be spared toward giving satisfaction. BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT BO WEN BROS" Ha vine dissolved the copartnTsliip exist ing between Bunnell & Jlowen Pros, and are now prepared to do all work in' the line in a WORKMANLIKE t MANNER, .iSf AT RRASONABLB RATES O. t&s H. "Etrl5:s A Full Line of J Staple aud Fancy Groceries, T A TIT V IVn "0-r Trw fvrtm-r nrs av A. vvuu 1. VUlliLUl) Glassware. Crockery Queensware, ' Etc. Goods Delivered anywhere in. thf City limits, Free of Charge. JiAKlvEli &W1LL11S, DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, NOTIONS, CROCK " ERY, GLASSWARE, TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. ETC. 1 A SPECIALTY. Prod uoe lought and tho highest cash price paid. ROSEBURG OREGON. T i TT7 T1T r v-wvw w ti-m New Stage Line. ROSEBURG TO CAMAS VALLEY Leaves Roseburg, Mondays, Wedne u.ys, Fridays, and returns Tuesdays, llursdays, nnd Saturdays. Time of having both terminal points 6 .o'clock A M. and ariives at each point at 6 o clock p. M. Rout, T. McCullooh, Prop. EUROPEAN PLAN. J1SM0XU HOTEL, First Class In Everv Particular. Corker Feoxt aud Momubok 6t.'. POIITLAXD, OREGON Tuo as GurKEAX, Prioirietor. 11 Kbabkkt Strkst 8w Fuooboo Cal. Ntrrous Debilitjr. Semi asi Weakaexi, Exhstutett Vitalitr, Ssormatorrhosa, LOST. MANHOOD, im po tency. Paralysis, Prostatorrhcsa, and all the (erriblo effects of Self abuse, and excess in raaturer ""ears, such as Loss of Memory, Lassitude; Nocturnal Emis sion, aversion to society, dimness of vision. Noise n the head, the Tital fluid passim; unobserved ia the nrinc, and many other disease that , lead to in sanity and death. OVKQ XI EK Suffering from any of the above TDttotns, should consult us at once. The drain can be stop ped, rital. ity restored, and life may be again pleasant instead of a burden. There may be MIDDLE-AGED WEN who are troubled wfthtoe frequent evacuation of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and a weakening of the system in a manner tber cannot account for, Ropv sedi ment in the urine, etc Many die of thil difficulty ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage ot seminal weakness. Ci-Kits Gl araxteiid rs all Svcn Casus. Cosbl-itatiok Fkeb. Thorough examination and adrice, including chemical analysts and micro scopic examination of the urine, ib. A(J honest opinion given in every case . The following Medicinessupplied at the prices named: SIR ASTLY COOPER VITAL RESTORATIVE, $3 a bottle, or four t'mcs the quantity, 10. SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE. Sent to any one applying by letter, atating symo tonis, sex and age. Stric t secrecy in regard to an business transactions. The Celebrated Kjuxet Remsdt, NEPHRITICUM, for all kinds of kidney and bladder complaints, gon orrhoea, gleet, leucorrhoea, etc. for sale by aM drag gists; $1 a bottle, cr 6 bottles for t5,00. The English DANDF.LION. LIVER AST DYS PEPSIA PILL is the best in the market. For sale by all druggists; price SO cts. a battle. Address ENGLISH MEDICAL DISPENSARY, No. 1 1 Kearney Shiest, Sax Francmco, Cai. LANGEITBERG'S Baal andl Btop, Jackson Ktrett.Opposlte Post Office,, Bosetrare, Oregon. KEEPS 9N HAND THE L.VBfIBST AND BEHT assortment of Eastern and 3m Francisco and other makes of BOOTS, SHOES, OAITKBS, SUP PERS and everything In the Boot aud Shoe tine, and SELLS CHEAP FOR CASH. Boots and Show Ma4e to Order, and Perfect Fit Guaranteed. I use the Best of Leathor and Warrant all my work. Repairing Neatly Done, on Short Notice, Also a full stock of TOYS, NOTION'S - MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS and VIOLIN STRINGS. LOUIS LANaENBERO. JpUItmiOUE FALACF, UNCLE JOHN GILDERSLEETE lias Hie fioest stock of furniture south of Portland which be sells as cheap as it oan be bought in be State. The new (angled DOUBLE BED LOUNGE. AKD PATENT CORNICES. ENBIUSH Also has on band a (till assortment oX beds and bed ding, chairs, tables, BUREAUS AND COMMODES, And all kinds of Cbildrens Chairs, etc. J. GlLDKRSLEETE.