had VD T7Tn P TCVTftW
Has Pushed to tho Front and
Has the Largest Circulation ami
18 acknowledged to be the B-st
Ever Published in
One Year - -Six
Months - -
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STATE OF OUEGON.
J. N Dolph TJ. S. ScuaU-rs.
I IT- Mitchell
Geo. V. McBrii'E...
Seerctary of State.
E. B. McElroy
iSui.t. Tub. Instruction.
.. ...State Printer.
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J7TT " ' . lHATEli, I
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
r.s.ban .:- vr!-
J W- Hamilton .... Proaecutmg aw""
J. H. SncrE, . . Senators.
John Emmitt, )'
W.F.Ben j am is
P. P. Palmer, f ....Repres utatives.
Jas. Bujkdell, I
H. Mckenzie. )
Thos. R. Sheridan
Ben. C. Agef.
D S West i'""-"
G.'t. Russell.' .'.'.'.School Superintendent.
Jas. A. Sterling
J. S. Fitzhcoh County Judge.
J. Hall, C.A. McUk Commissioners.
N. E.BRITT brZCJ7r
Dr. S. S. Marster.s Coroner..
Thos. Smith Scccp Inspect..
T. L. Gannon..:
Pkti-b TirviKR Const
CITY OF HOSEBURG
II. C STANTON,
T. P. Sheridan,
O L. Willis,
Will H. Fisher.. .
TJ. S. LAND OFFICE ROSEBURG,
Chas. W. Joiixston Register.
A. C. Jones ..; Receiver
B. S- Pague Observe r.
L F. t.ANE. , JOUS LASE
Attorneys at Law.
Main Btrect, opposite Cosmopolitan Hotel.
J C. FULLERTON,
Attorney at Law.
Office in Marks' brick, up stairs.
R. C. HUNTER M l).
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
K. L. MILLER, M. D
Offiice up stairs in the old Sheridan
Brick, on Jackson Street, Roseburg,
Oregon. Chronic diseases a speciality.
Dr. THOMAS GKAH.il!,
Of th University of Pa. at Philadelphia and of the
ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, and ROYAL
has located for the practice of his profession in
ROSEBURG . yj OREGON.
Office and tesidoace, Washington street opposite
the Oathohc Church
R G. CEHME, M. D.
(Pronounced A ma.)
& Oraduatc Of The
Of Leipzig Germany.
Office & Residence at the house of
Geo. W. Day, near R. R. track, Rose
burg. Dr. C-A- BONHAM
Roseburg - - - - Or
Office orer head in Marks' bulldinsr. My reputa
tlon as Dentist is based on he merits of my
work. Prices reasonable and to suit the times.
3-G0LD FILLING A SPECIALTY."5:i
W. S. Hamilton.
Successor o S. Hamilton.
Rosbbuthj - - - Oregon.
EDWARD J PAGE,"
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
Special attention '
mpiiiiijni.i ,W)ilfcwifrgg?wr mm " wjh
THE OLD RELIABLE
Established in 1SG7,
i r ' T unit ,.-eciciui jr -
. T . . - 1 1J V- - -
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vtatdimakcr, Jeweler and Optician.
ALL WoKK WAIili ANTED.
Dealer iu Watches, Clock?, Jewelry,
Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
A FULL LINE OP
CI'iAiiS, TOBACCO & FANCY GOOD.-.
milt: ONLY RELIABLE OPTOMER IN TOWS
JL tor tlie proper adjustment of Spectacles. Depot
i me iicuunic urazilian Pebble Spectacles and Eye
S"wo. vlliev Ml in imutou 8 ncK ljlOCK.
NEW YORK LUMBER
& ,Wood Yard
;oTo2I K. Ho weirs
East side of track one block south of
depot is where you will find number
one dry lumber, Sugar pine, Cedar,
Fir, and all Dimention lumber for
buildings, sawed and shaved cedar
shingles, Sash Doors, Blinds, Screen
Doors, Mouldings, Wall and Stair
railings, Balusters, Brackets, Newel
posts, Ceiling, Rustic, Flooring, and
all kinds of h lntshing lumber, sawed
and split Cedar posts, 1J inch plank
sawed expressly for sidewalks. I
represent the Sugar Pine Door &
Lumber Co. of Grant's Pass Or. which
from personal inspection I believe to
oe the hnest establishment on the Pa
cific coast, it employes seventy men.
The Proprietors and Overseers are all
Eastern men and experts in the busi
ness, the machinery is new and put
up in the best manner, and all under
srtict discipline and order. Their
work is all done by number one me
chanics and is equal to any work of
the kind done in New York or. the
East. Fruit boxes, Picket fences and
Gates complete. I also represent a
number one mill at Yoncolla where I
have sawed all Dimention lumber to
order on short notice. All guaranteed
as represented, or no sale. Call and
see stock and prices before purchasing.
Stove wood constantly on hand at
HAKD T1JIE PRICES.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
OREGON AND CALIFORNIA R. R.
Tlie Mt. Shasta Route.
Close connections made at Ashland w'ltn stages of
the California, Oregon & Idaho Stage Company
Time between Roseburg and San Francisco,
CALItOKSIA KXPRKSS TRAINS DAILY.
South" "l Vnm May 1, 18sT NoirtliT"
4:00 r. a. Lcavo
1:50 A. M. Leave
9:C0 A. a. Arrive
Arrive 10:10 A. M.
Leave I 12:15 A. M.
Leave I 6:00 r. x.
PULMAN JiUriET SLEEPEES.
Daily between Portland aud Ashland.
The O. and C. II. U. Ferry makes connection with all 1
the regular trains on Last Side Div.lroni looloi t si.
West Side Division-
bETWEEN PORTLAND & CORVALLIS
MAIL TI1A1S DAILY (KXCFfT StSDAY.)
LEAVE. I ARRIVE.
Portland. T.30 A. M. Con-all Is 12 25 P. M.
Conallis 1.30 P. M. Portland 0.15 P. M.
At Corvallis comiect'with trains of Oregon Pacific
for laquina liay.
EXPRESS TRAIN DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
LEAVE. I ARRIVE.
Portland 4.50 P. M. McMinnvillc. . 8.00 P. M.
McMinnvillc. . . .5.45 A. M. Portland 9.00 A. M.
For full information regarding rates, map, etc.,
call on company's agent.
R. KOEHLER. E. P. ROGERS,
Manager. G. F. & Pass Agent.
iSToct 1VL CbX'K.e t
McGregor's old stand,
Jackson Street : Roseburg.
W. B. liohrer, & Co
HiCHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR HIDES.
rpi I IS MARKET is always supplied with
X the choicest quality of
Of all kinds, including beef, pork, veal anil
mutton; also, corn beef, sausage, lard, etc.
The most favorable inducements offered to
patrons, and no effort will be spared toward
BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT
Having dissolved the copartnership exist
ing between Bunnell & Bowcn Bros, and
are now prepared to do all work in the
line in a
MANNER, AND AT REASONABLE RATES.
DONE WITH DISPATCH.
W ASHING & IRONING
OPPOSITE CARLON'S LIVERY STABLE.
II TTSKTTXf OF rtATflMY.I
751 MARKET STREET
wnOASD LEARN nOWTO AVOID
. VJT disease, and how wonderfully
you are made. Private office, 211 Geary Street.
Consultation on lost manhood and all diseases of
lueu. Scud for Books.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Board $1 per Day; Single Meals, 25 cents,
S3? This house has lately changed hands and Is
orougmy renovated and refurnished. The trav.l
life' public will Ond the best of accommodations
W Chiuamcu linilovetl.
Jtfcliaril Thomas. Proo,
' AND THE
Table supplied with the Best the Market affords
Hotel a he Depot of the Railroad.
OPPOSITE CARLOX'S LIVERY STABLE.
Boar.l anil Lodging per day $i .00
. week 5.00
Without Lodging 4.00
Meals, 25 cents, Lodging, 25 cents-
Thorough satisfaction is promised to travel
ers and the public generally.
No Chinese employed .
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON
cern that I have appointed D. W
Stearns of Calapooia Precinct, Inspec
tor of Stock for said Precinct, Post
office address, Oakland. . Also Ralph
Smith of Wilbur Precinct, Postoffice
address, Wilbur and others will be
adder! as parties interested make their
I desires known to me .
Inspector of Stock fcr Douglas Co. Or.
Wilbur, Or, April 13th, 1887.
(Principaal Dusiucss Street.)
MEALS 25 CENTS LODGING 25 CENTS
We Keep the Best the Market Affords.
CIVIL BE1D STORE
V. Ii. ARRINGTON,
Dry Goods Qroccics etc
Kinds of Produce Taken in Exchange
CIVIL BEND, DOUO. CO , OREGON.
would respectfully inform the public that he
has on hand a fine assortment of
Dry Goods Groceries,
R eady-Made Clot hing
and in fact everything usually kept at a
lirst-class store. Uive him a call.
Goods at Low Prices.
All kinds of Produc
Taken in Exchange for Goods.
ta.AH orders promptly attendtd to.
MRS. S. A. IIUTGI1IXSOX,
ADIES WILL FTTD MY STOCK LARGE AND
Iff Complete. Prioee moderate.
Give M Call. Mtis. S. A. Hutchinson.
Malaussene and Clements
New Furniture Store
IN FLOED'S OLD STORE.
A full line of first class Furniture,
Anything repaired or made to order.
GO TO t
Humphrey & Flint.
And get your property insured, for
they represent reliable companies, such
as the i
Of California Ami
k LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION
Humphrey & Flint
1 - 1 ! ' :
V U ROFE A BED
The Entii Stock of
-o of o-
I- R. DAWSON
Etc Etc. Etc. Etc.
Am now oflet ing the same
At Prices That Defy
ALL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES IN
dch'cd to Noah t'ornutt will please call at my
olnec at Riddles at the store and settle at once.
r. Cornutt. w
THE ORAPE CURE.
WITHOUT THE EXPENSE OF AN
The crystalled salts, as obtained in a pure state
from grapes and choice fruit, in a portable, palat
able, simple form, arc now presented to the public of
America as the grandest resolvent of impure blood,
corrector of the liver and regulator of the bowels
the natural promoter of
HEALTH AND LONGEVITY.,
Eminent nhvsiclann claim this achievement a new
of medicine, as it furnishes
the hlood with its natural salines that aro lost or
eliminated every day
A POSITIVE, NATURAL j
SICK HEADACHE AXJD
Sal-Muscatelle is Nature's own product. It up.
plies to the system the want of sound, rie Krapes
and fruit; it is the simplest and best preventive and
cure for all functional derangements of the liver and
kindred ailments; prevents the absorption ol mat n
al diseases fevers ii alL kinds; counteracts the ef
fects of had air, poor drainage and impure water;
powerful oxydizer of the blood; a natural specinc
for all skin eruptions, sick headaches, biliousness,
ncrvousnass, mental depression, and will remove the
effects of accidental indigestion from excessive eat
ing and drinking. Have it In your nomcs ana on
your travels. It is a specific for the urcea, wearj
Prepaired by the
London Sal-Mcscateile Co.
Beware of imitations. The ironuine iu "blue
J3rSeid for circulars C. EV NOVITCII, General
American Manager, P. O Box l33, New York City.
Mention this pajMir. fur sale hy S. Ham'ltou Rose
New York Coffee Hons
5And Oyster Saloon
Lead in y Check Restaurant
in the City.
SIFORD HACKNEY, PROPRIETORS
132 FIRST STREET,
Private Rooms of the Latest Design for Ladies
OPES DAT ASD SIGHT.
FRIDAY, JUNE, 24. 188T.
N. P. BUNNELL,
C1AN MAKE CASTINGS FROM ONE
ounce to three tons weight. Small Cu
pola for small castings. Money refunded, if
work is not satisfactory. Portland prices '.
Save telegrams and. expressaKC.
Corner First and Alder Street Portland, Or.
CJLaTHlER, HOTTER ;
" ; AND ;
C. W. KNOWLES, .
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
C. W KNOWLES, Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
Good Restaurant Connected With The House
Fire-proof Brick Building
In the Center of the City
COR. FRONT AND MORRISON STS., PORTLAND
W- F- BENJAMIN
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
Translerring, Collecting anJ I'urchainy
jn the Red Front, next door to A. C . Marks
Repairs ami Alterations neatly done.
Homeopathic and Patent Medicines,
Perfumes, Satchet powder, Combs,
Toilet articles, etc, etc; Stationery, ink
spectacles, dusters, memoranda and
s&dal books, mucilage, pencils, erasers,
shoulder braces, sponges, trusses, drug
gist sundries,' etc.
And chemicals, paints, oils and var
nishes, window glass and putty, wall
paper, cement, a full line of brushes.
Peremptions and family receipts care
fully compounded. All of which, and
much more can be found at our
on milium) creek.
CLARKE & BAKER, Proprietors.
We arc now prepared t furnish lumber o the
best quality in quantities to suit the purchasers,
always having on hand the largest stock of any mil
in Douglas County.
We will furnish lumber at our mill at the following
No-1 rough lumber .s to $10 M
No, 1 flooring, 6 inch D & M ?10 M
No. 1 flooring, 4 inch D & M $18 M
No. 1 finishing lumber $10 M
CLARKE & BAKER.
Brewster's Patent Rein Holder.
Your lines ore where yon put thorn not
unaer norser reeu unc agent soia iz aoz. in
6 days, one dealer sold 6 dnz. in 15 dars.
Samples worth 1.60 fkez. Write for terms.
E. E, BREWSTER, Holly, Mich.
Hold on There, Where are you Going?
I T am Going to Sfiy That
Young I Hammitte
Wish to Announce that they
Hardware Stoves Tinware
Ai.d are Prepared
SUCH BARGAINS AS
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
trcngth and whocsomcness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold in com
petition with the multitude of low test, short
weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold ouly in
cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall
St. N. Y.
H. C. Stanton
STAPLE DRY GOODS!
THE BEST QUALITY.
HOSIERY, TRIMMING Ac.
Boots & Shoes
OFjTIIE BEST QUALITY,
sj&s sate ji Att
Wood Anil Willow
. SCHOOL. COOKS,
Subscription received for all Eastern
and European Publications.
I feel confident of giving satisfaction m nil work
entrusted to me iu watches, clocks, aud jewelry.
1 also repair musical instruments.
I have the County patent right for sale of Concrete
Cement Pipe for cmvevin water to any place de
sired in Douglas Couuty'.
I will also teach any kind of instrumental music.
Anyone desirfng instruction will call on me at my
watchmaking shop. L. Delcils.
.ROSEBURG TO LEMPirUHCITY.
From Roseburg to Looking Glass...,
" " Foot of mountain.
" " Dora
" " Fairview
" " Sumner
" " Marshfield 7.00
" " Empire City 7.50
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
For Particlars Inquire at the Post Office
Jas C. MciTLLOCII, Prop.
have just received the Finest Slock
to Give Customers
Why the Use of Cheap Articles Isin Heal-
Itj Bank Extravagance.
The most extravagant living is cheap
living. A meal of the very cheapest
food is very apt to be a meal of some
poor quality of provision. A meal of
suchfood gives little or no strength to
body'or mind. Your strength of body
and mind is your main stock in trade.
It has a value in dollars and cents. A
steady diet of poor food may make
3'ou, if not "sick-a-bed," sick on your
feet, sick while at your business, lessen
your snap and vigor, and so lose you
money. Cheap things, when they arc
poor things (as m most cases they
are), cost far more than good things.
You buy a cheap trunk. It bursts
asunder in compliance with the effort
and prayer of the baggage-slinger,
betrays secrets, lets cats out of the bag,
and so eosts far more money, and pains
besides, than a good one. Yqji buy a
suit of cheap clothes. They look cheap
io cuuiunMiiMj wiia. ai is not a ousi
ness recommendation to "look cheap."
In three weeks the gloss is worn off.
They fade as a leaf. In six week3 they
look as much worn as a really good
texture of cloth would be in four
months. You pay for two suits of
clothes more than for one good one
You get from them neither wear,
quality or style. You do get a second
or third-rate recommendation from
them to that class of people who judge
a man by the "cut of his jib,1' and
grumble at it as much as you may,
these arc a very necessary class of
people to make a good impression on.
So cheap dressing is very extravagant
Economy means the purchase and
use of the very best articles, so as to
get the very best out of them. A sick
horse may be bought for a little money,
to be of Llittle or no use, a care on
your mind, an expense to your pocket,
and a bringer to you of nothing but
worry, inis is an extravagant horse.
Competition which seeks to lower
the price of every thing is the
death of trade. It cuts down lower
and lower, until at last no profit is
left any one. Then the factory stops.
The workman has nothing to do. The
boss fails, absconds or goes into other
business. Competitive cheap labor
does not tend to make artists. It does
tend to make imitators, copyists and
counterfeits. A skilled needlewoman
one who took an artistic pride in her
work said to me after a week's expe
rience in one of New York's great re
tail bazaars, where scores of cheap
dresses "in the latest style" were
turned out daily. "There is no en
couragement in our workshop for good,
. . - 1 l rT'i - 1
i-arciui, painstaking wors. j.ne gin
who can rush the most thread through
the most yards of cloth and turn out the
most dresses in reality not much more
than basted together, is the one best
praised and best paid by her employer.
When you buy such a dress you en
courage the making of shams, imita
tions, counterfeits. You encourage
work done without conscience, and
onljor cash. You discourage honesty.
You discourage the doing of work in
which should be put brains, skill, care.
conscious and time. That is another
name for artistic work. You are help
ing on fraud. You help rascality. You
oppose yourself to justice and fair deal
ing. If you buy where you can buy
the cheapest, without regard to any
thing save the getting of an article for
the least possible money, you are en
couraging fraud and injustice.
xou claim that vour labor is illy
paid. Yet when you hunt for the
cheapest article and patronize the man
determined to sell lower than all, you
are putting money in the pocket of the
man whose policy it is to cut down
lower and lower the price of every
hing he sens. 11 you are mamng
brooms for a living and he is selling
them, it is his aim to force you, di
rectly or indirectly, to make your
brooms for tho least possible money,
rhe world of manufacture is
now engaged in the endeavor
to make everybody do its work
tor as little money as possible in
making as good an article as possible.
When you go into the manufacture of
shoes or hats you set your wits at work
to get other people's labor for the least
possible money in making those shoes
or hats. You want the work done and
raw material raised for you and
brought to j-ou for the least possible
money. You don't care whether Tom,
Dick or Harry, who grows the article,
or prepares it, or freights it to you,
gets a fair price for his work or not.
Xou don t care how they live or
whether they get enough to cat or
wear. You don't know them. You
don't want to know them. All yon
want of them is their strength, skill
and intelligence for as little money as
possible, so that when all that strength
and skill comes to you in the shape of
a bat or coat, a pair of shoes, a kettle,
a shovel, or a tin pan, you can get four,
six, eight or ten times as much for the
work you do in selling it as they have
none in geixing it reaay xoryou to sen.
If you (be you laborer or merchant,
capitalist or trade-unionist) buy a very
good article at a very low price, you
congratulate yourself on having made
a good bargain. Do yon ask: "Was
the man fairlv paid for his labor who
made this article?" Do I ask it? When
I am trying to beat down the price do
I not say, with the psalmist: "It is
naught it's a poor piece of goods any
way;" but when I am gone my way do
I not boast of my bargain and hold it
up before my neighbors and say:-"Lo!
1 bought tins pan tor a nickel but it
costeth ten cents elsewhere?" But am
my brother's keeper? Prentice Mul
ford, in San Franrtsco Chronicle.
A large oyster bed has been dis
covered on the flats near Fall River,
Mass., and the people of the vicinity
ire helping themselves freely. Several
rears since a schooner laden with
DVster shells capsized in a squall off
Will iam Sladc's flats. This is thought
to be the origin of the bed. At low
water persons can wade in, and in
twenty minutes can pick with their
hands all the oysters that they can
rarry at one lime. These oysters near
the shore are of fair size, arc found in
ilusters and arc in good condition.
Farther out into deeper water the oys
ter? re larger. Boston Uerald.
Bucklen s 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 satisf iction, or money
refunded Price 25 cts etbox.
Far lalcby Makstk&s & Co
Is Situated in -Southern Oregon,
and is a veritable empire of 4,950
Square Miles, being larger than
the Great State of Connecticut.
Magnificent Climate. "Wonderful
Resources. Live Men Wanted.
The Review is the Medium for
Reaching this Great Empire.
J SG VA.QE.
Essay read by SUss Julia Hamilton at the gradu
ating exercises held iu Slocum's hill ou the cvo of
June 3, lSdV.J
Language is that which communir
cates knowledge to our senses bo it
taught by an animate or inanimate ex
istence. The language that the ear
rfceives is not the only one that im
parts wisdom to the mind; the approv
ing glance, tho painful expression, tho
merry Jangh, and falling tear speak "to
us of the feelings of those around us
in a language more forcible than words
could express. History, the silent re
cord of the hopes, ambitions disap
pointnients and victories of the world's
great characters in past ages, is in
reality a tale that was told ; yesterday,
is retold to day and will le repeated
throughout the numberless cycies of a
never ending future. What human
ear can conceive of the awfulness of
the combination cf sounds' that ascend
from earlh to the Most High. The
murmuring of many waters combined
with the thunder of bursting volcanoes
is to his supieme ear, simply the lan
guage of a soulless force. These tre
mendous noises are the canonade that
tell to the mighty Commander of Na
ture's warfare, but as the gentle voice
of a loved one is sweeter and dearer to
the human ear than cannon roar or
battle shout, so the bleating of a lamb
or the song of a bird is dearer to the
ear of tho Creator than the roar and
thunder of nature's lifeless ailillery.
The seasons have each a different lan
guage, by the budding flower and sing-
ing bird we know that
vancing, but as the mild sunshine is
gradually transformed into a shower of
scorching rays and vegetation assumes
a dry, parched appearance, we know
sumniei has arrived. Then the falling
leaf and ripening fruit tell us that sum
mer is ended, and autumn the busiest
season of the year has made its appear
ance. Ice, frost and snow will soon
say that winter has come.
Every form of life i3 a volume of
ideas, containing history of the past
and prophesy for the future. The
lowest insect in the animal creation
has a history that if studied correctly
and diligently, will teach many valua-
ble lessons. The symmetry of the simp
lest flower says in unmistakable terms
that God is perfect in all his works
from the loftiest star that glitters in -Heaven
to the tiniest speck of sand
that lies hidden in the depth of the sea.
By the language of the Bible we are
taught that our Creator was a voice.
and nature is a divine word. How
terrible must have been the voice that
in the beginnipg penetrated the dark
ness and brought forth light, bade new
worlds appear, and formed livingbeings
out of lifeless clay nor ceased to labor
until this work became so perfect that
le same voice blessed it. Although
partially obscured by the mystery and
mist of centuries, how eloquently and
truthfully the pyramids of Egypt
speak of a mighty race. As symbols
fliA iwr.ivmrle flrA f bo lanrmnofA rvf irrnn,.-
IV 0 "o" -
ance, superstition and mere earthly
ambition. The language that speaks
of the high virtues of Moses, St. Pauli
eter, John and other similar ancient
characters is much grander and nobler
in comparison to these massive piles
of shapeless stones. The world speaks
of the noble qualities of these men in
a way that they will always be held up
to posterity as the beacon lights of vir
tue. The bent form and hoary locks
of the aged pilgrim 011 life's highway
speaks plainly of a life that 13 nearly
spent, and hints to the bystander that
one so similar to his God may hope for
an existence beyond the tomb. How
grand! How sublime is language, the
vast meaning and limitless expanse of
knowledge it conveys is beyond the
conception of any mortal being.
, S ..-..WM.M
Chestnut i Xete Shtlln.
To the question, "How's business?"
the tailor answers: sew, sew; the acro
bat, jumping; the yachtman, booming;
tlie distiller, still; the baker, rising; the
writing master flouiishing; the trial jus
tice, fine: the apartment hotel keeper.
flat; the weather bureau clerk, fluctuat
ing; the plunder, piping; the gardener
springing up: the furniture teamster.
on the move; the minister whose church
is in debt, fair; the shoemaker, awl
right, with an ripper tendency; the rag
gatherer, picking up; the hod carier
and the elevator boy, now up and now
down; the undertaker, run into tho
ground; the doctor, recovering; tho
cobbler, on the mend; the astronomer,
ookmg up; the lobster catcher, .gone
to pot; the cooper, (w)hooping her. up;
the ivionaut, going up; the diver, going
In the opinion of many, "nothing as
a sermon that has no text." A mistake
but a more innocent one than the oppo
site opinion, is that every thing which.
has a text is a sermon. A minister in
one of the periodicals, alleges that
"Jesus and the apostles got along with.
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,uui icais, nuu kiub iu'aij me reauy a
modern invention." Christian Index.
A special potato train of twelve cars
left San Francisco for Chicago recent
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