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The Independent The be t newspaper
ever published la Douglas county.
S sclcty Heelings.
rJTUvIPQUA CHAPTER NO. 11, F
,'Jf, a. M., I10M regular -commamca
' WSj tioDM ever first and third Tuesday
in each" month All members in good
a i a - i
ianaing wrm taae ana ana timeiy nouc
: and govern themselves acoordingly., Visit .i
iug companions are invited to tueet "will:
the Chapter when convenient :
li HERMANN, H. P.
W. I. FRTKDtiAKnEn, Ser'y. .
A LAU fctELLuDi3E A. , F. and A. ft!
holda regular meetings on or beforv
each rail moon.
A. JOSES, W. M.
A.P Caubell, Secy. -v ,
No. 8,1 O. O
r.. meets on oaiuroay even.ng, mi eacu
week at 7 o'clock, in their halt at R
burg. Members of theorrffr in good stand
ing are invited to attend. By order of the N
ITEMS IN BRIEF.
Travel ia inc'reaaing over the Coos Baj
T. C Beta baa been appointed postmaster
at Gardiner. .
H6n. J. C HutcUnaon haa our thanks
lor some very fine cherrh. ""
VBakelees Squirrel Poison and Stryeh
i mne cheap at S. Hamilton's.
The voting population of Douglas county
bas increased 264 in two years .
, The Looking Glass club will play our
boysa game of base bail on the 2lst.
Annual meeting of trustees of Umpqua
Academy will be held at the building June
20th. . :
Jiw Otey; or W.Tbur. and Sheriff No
We have new daughters--and both art:
Johnson' Indian Bl.v Syrup Sauford'a
CiiWru Cure, Uadc!ff Sevn S.ls."Col:
iagVVtare lister an t many other ne
parent medicines at is. Ha- iltou's.
AnoVier Oregon bojr has distinguished
himself abroad. 8. F. Floed. on ot J. C.
Floe 1, of this city, has been awarded the
gold medal far beet declatmer in Washing.
Ion and Lee Universit), Lexington. Va.
Th barn, fd and barneaa belonging to
Peiei Burns. Looking Glase. were cetroyed
by Pre on Wednesday. Burn h become
quite poor, r-euuiarially apeak so through
sickness in hia family. T e citixn ot
Lookrnir -G'ase, propose aiding him; tht cit
izensof Rowborg snould also reach out to
... him a helping hand.
.' Stage Kolibvry.
Thft stage of the .California and Oregon
-Stair Con.panv was -roblied on Siskiyou
mountain by two highwaymen, on the 10?h.
From ri'liubleaWrceS i we learn tKe follow,
y' jr rfiulars: vNrt. EtMinrs waa driving
thett w-re six paenerB tn the 8'age,'
anvi-g. th ra Jerry NtwUnd. rf'. Jackson."
vi!n, cml Jtw Dryer, of '('amfs Valley,
v ,T!.e lijjjhwavmfcn cal!il tj the driver r-
' 1ml :! -a shewed un i ncl'mMtion u d
, n-y ra;sUI'ir!b,'ttio and threatened
to ah'ft h'.m cfiT the -knx: thf-n'tbH s!f
toptHl. - At'oncuAVella. Frgo & C-o.'s ex;
cress i.x and the brass. lck roe' I , ,.-cncl
were demanded, and paed oo, acd il;e
sUge'ot-dered X proved on its way. N r.
f thepa;iirs wore molested. Usui tUe
liighwayuiH.T ent througl.'. their they
t'ould ltave gut i.000 or $5,000 out cf
Jerrv New'.an-i's vl pe. and J. Claugli
I would have low U-nice little s i:u of $300.
"It isnot known now u-.ucu treasure me uraai
lock pouah cntahsed, but thow. was at
tcast f500dlRri m tliex box, and
, probably $700.
V Valuable 3IincvI Spring.
Mr. J. T. Cooper. 'f . W:ibui, has found a
' valuable mineral sprtng on hja farm, about
ae mile from the railroad. The time will
- riotn when it will rival Suowden Springs as
a. place of resort lor the affl eted. A bottle
- of the water was stsot to Ir Ro al. Oak
land, who sdluiii it to chemical tests;
and here is what thai gentleman says of it:
The bottle of water you sent me I have
tested for iron, sulpha: e of zinc and mag
nesia. No farther tesis made 1 find that
sulphate of iinc and magnesia largely
make up the medical va'ue of the watefj
and it will undoubtedly be a great medi
cinal agent especially as a nerve tonic., ; I
will give it' more attention aa aaa-a"
have time, and will be glad to avail my
1 aelf of the opportunity of veiling the 1 J
ation." A Pleasant Affair.
There was a very pleasant gathering of
ladles and gentlemen at Masonic Hall on
Thursday evening last. There were music
nd dancing and the customary pleading
small-talk, and the hours sped away un-no-Iced
uu til after midnight. The gather
ing was really a complimentary party, given
in honor of Mr. kndMrs. J. H. Price, of
. Vi toTia, now on a visit to Mrs. N. A. Party,
Mra Price's sUter, and was a decided sue-,
cees, aince it was enjoyed by all who were
prevent. Mr. Price ; and lady wili
' leave this city for Victoria. B. C. ,
Monday, morning, and will be ac
companied by the best wishes of many
friends gained during their short stay in
Indicted for Mnrtkr.
Hon. Binger' Hermann is east of the
riiounta ns. attending Court in Canyon City.
He went, there on the proecatbn against
Wallice for the killing of Dodge last fall
in Grant, county. Dodged was formerly a
resident of this county, and resided on thf
North TJmpqua.near where Patterson's mi
is now situated. From a letter we lea ri
tual the grand, jury has found a-bill fo
murder in the first degree against Walliee
and the case is now on trial. . .--
,v State Grange Officers.
Fir the 'benefit of our Jr?tate exchangeb
and members of tlieiJrderWe, n'iU stt
that at the last, annoal meeng of the Sla
Grange; A." E. Shipley; Clackamat
county, was elect sd Master, aid D. 8. E
ojlck.of Dosgltf cocaty, OrtrswFs
fatim&f, v - .. . ,a. . .
Judge Willis is in Jacksonville, attend
in to legal business. H a' will return in a
few. days.- ' 'j :-'r.
Tho; R. F heridan and T. J. Critezer have
gone to Co Bay the former for pleasure.
h latter on business connected with his
grist mill on the Coquille. '
D. A Levins, Uncle Sam Marka and J
S. Catching, of 'Canyon vi He, have been in
town since Sunday last. All areata the
tttjoymcnt. of good health. j
E. F. Lewis, an old typo 'riend whom we
worked with at the "case" fourteen years
igo, passed thruugh town Wednesday, eu
mote lor Portland. Wherever ia ramb
ling feet may take him, we hop Ed. will
find good luck. .
W. I. Friedlander, Esq., of the firm of S
Marka & Co., returned from Jacksonville
Thursday morning. He rejiorts the road
wuth of this city aa in excellent condition,
ana the stage ride qui'e pleasant.
Mr. W. J. Hannan, of Wilbur, called on
us this wek and renewed his subscription
ro the paper. He was one of i he first sub
-cribers for the Independent, and has ever
rtmained its patron. We appreciate auch
true friendship: -
George A. Beath and family went rural
zing on Thursday, and will return borne
to day to tell us he caught 990 trout inside
ot t wo hoars, j George would call it an even
1,000. but he is a lineal descendant of tue
father of his country.
H. Kelly. Esq., prosecutinf attorney
elect from Jackson county, wi-e in town
n Tuesday, as natural in appearance aa
eer. A party who came down with him
related to us the history of hlr. Kelly's
nomination and election. Theie was no
nomination fer prosecuting attorney at first
made by. the Independents, and Neil, the
Democratic candidate, taunted the Inde
pendents by saying he was lonesome, th t
he wanted company, etc.; so sure Was he
of election. Finally Mr. Kellv was select
ed in opposition to Neil, but h-j would not
leave his mining claims to mnke a canvass
of the district. H di i not expect to Ih
eti-cted, and Neil pr p a d to defeat him by
800 majority. Neil's feeling-, can be belter
imagined when he found t tie returns trm
the election counted h m out and Mr. Kelly
in; but the latter Wis as much surprised as
the former nt the result.
Placed Under Bonds.
On Saturday Mr. ZacVanOrman, charged
with shooting Pat. ; iMurphy, had a prelimi
nary examination before Justice Hose, and
was bound over to j a vait the action of the
next gmd jury. The bond were readily
furnished, and the defendant discharged
fnra custody. ;Mr.!VHn Ormrfu's statement
regarding' the -'-'difficulty riidVw from the
story heretofore published ' Pat. Murphy
is a quarrelsome man; .id .e was the man
who fr ed Mr. CtmrcLill to sell out the
crop to Mr. Van Griiian tlir..uh his "rough
treatment. Then Vac Oruian went to' cut
the crop he had purchasef of Churchill;
Murphy threatened to kill Vho Orman. she.
sent word to him to the efF-ct that he wonld
do stv Uearibtr thid fronj diff n ut source
Van' Ormau '.-took h& rifle into the field
with him.-, . Murphy 'came oat in the fieldi
sd violent and insuliiug '.lanuagi.-, ;ui
h;a hai.d in his pocketiart iutendiog to dxaw
a pinto , aud thea Va'aiOrman shot h!t" to.
cripple him -shot him Jurojfb the fingers
of bi-ilj IsaWn.
'--)m of .th. b.t ke'pr and fiat at trarN'us
ht i).v 5itatj . t'.at beioniriuy lo .Mr. Ti s
Farqtlar- hC6ted on the wwt side of the
rivt-r. ojips-tiite th; city.'- T.;e s-il 'b snn.h,
aud o wniin that Vtgi-taiile mature there
h x weeks or a uu-.ntlj e irlir t aan they cau
be produ td elseWure in tiie county At th
pre-ent lime the ownes. -iiaa about tw?utv
acret. uud r cu'tivatKti. ku ;hv ve ttaLl-t
vTowingare tbril'ty and v g.rus. Already
this swson . Mr. Fitquar iaa shipped
era! bundreti dollars wi rtu of tarty vegeta
hies to the Ew bo, "akm and Portland
markets, from which h teuliz-da hand
soma profit, and it is. safe to say his nett
income from the garden will have amount
ed to $ 1,500 at the close of the present
season. .' ,
' Immigrants Arriving.
Several immigrant wagons, containing
families, arrived in this city from Southern
California during the first of the pat
week. Tweuty-five or thirty more wagons
are reported on the road between this city
and Jacksonville, and will arrive within the
next four oi five days, I One of the wagons
which passed through town was a curiosity
in the shape of a traveling wagon. It was
fitted up with a stove j inside, table, seats,
bed, ate, and was in every way clean and
comfortable. TheUmmigran. a complained
of dry weather anh hard times in C&lifor
ni t, but those, we conversed with appeared
to be in comfottable circumstances finan
cially. Several families will buy farms and
settle in this county. ' "
Coming to Oregon.
The af3 cted wili be glad to learn thnt a
corps of Surgeons from the National Sur
gical Institute, fitttd out with an assort
ment of apparatus f.r the treatment of
!?very human deforr-ity, will again visit
Portland, Oregon, at the St. Charles Hotel,
rom June 2oth to July list, inclusive, 1878,
This institution originally founded at In
iianapolis, Indiana, haa'extendd its busi
jesa throughout the linked Statea and has
attained a reputation for the treatment of
Spinal Curvature, Hip and Knee Joint Dis
ease. Club foot Paralya, Piles and Fistu
la, heretofore unknown; to the profession.
References of the highest order can be
given,. ;..;. - v - I- - "'- - . ' -
- :j Fitting Monument,
- This week the monument for the grave
of Mrs James Dixon arrived from. Portland
n "charge of Mr. Ballentyne, of Portland,
ihe manufacturer, and placed in position
U is a fine piece of workmanship, and cost
nearly, ii not quite, f400. It is a fitting
t.'jtoernial to the many virtues Of her who
vas a falthfaVwife and loving mother for
nearly fifty years.
" Heavy Fall.
A child of Mr. Geo. Jones was thrown
;rom a wa 'Cs the uL. -'day and sustained
i heavy fall. The chili was nnconnjioua
f jt aa hour cr two, but j final! J rallied, and
ta so reeorrered. I
'...' - '- . "
"The Complete Washer." :
Messrr. Smith & Wilson have been can
vaasinr Douglas county the past few day a
for " Tna Complete Washer," a machine
in every way fi rat. class and certain td give
satisfaction to all who may use it. The
success that has attended their efforts lias
been every way pleasing to them, and the
number of sales effected by tht-m quite
larjre. Personally we have inspected The
Complete Washer' and after thorough
examination, we : cam say it is the beat
we have ever seen offered in the market.
The truth is, two thirds of the washing
machines sold are disposed of on the repa-.
tation .thar has been acquired by " The
Complete Washei f and many of the old
ftyles hays been ditearded to giro the new
and beat one place in tU;a city. To de
scribe its many good quali ivs would require
more space than we hare at ear. disposal;
but to those who desire a god machine we
would say, call cn Smith & Wilson, Metro
politan Hotel, and learn why The Com
plete Washer, is the best washing macLlne
, JIammoth Tooth. ' '
A large tooth evidently 'that of a mas
todon or tnamtno;bwa found about half
a mil from the - North " Umpqua ferry, in
the bed of a small , stream, by a party of
emigrants The tooth measured $i inches
in length. 9 inches in 'depth, 3 inches In
length, and weighed a few ouacea over 9
pounds. It is though the remainder of the.
remains of the mons'e. of past ages can he
exhamed near the -pot where the tooth was
fonad, and a party of g htlemen of this
city propose to make a thorough search for
them, and if successful intend sending - all-
bones found to Professor Condon. r
' Again in Trouble.
Peter Waldo, a negro but a shjrt time
go discharged from the county jail, was
up before Justice Rose again this week on
a charge f lar -eny. Peter, it seems, went
into a bouse belonging to Sampson Jones,
dowu the river, and destroyed the contents
'hereof robably for no other reason than
thtt he had nothing else to do. Though
he was bound over in the sum of $200 far
larceny, it appears to us Jiia offense comes
una-r tue ueaatag or maiiutous mia
chief, since Pete appropriated none of the
goods contained in the house to his own
use. ' ,
The Fourth at Oakland.
There will be a grand celebration of
the Fourth at Oakland this year, and the
citizens of that place are making extensive
preparations for it. L. B. Stearns, Esq . of
Portland, wi 1 deliver the oration. There
will ie a barltecue and basket dinner.
Fireworks and a ball in the evening will
close the dy's celebration. As only half-
fire wilt b charged by the railroad com.
pany. we hoje our-pe.ojilo will go over
and give the citizens of Oakland a ben-
Who InvittHl Him?
The t)Ttgonian o June 11th says that L,
B Stfcfirns, Ltq .has bten invited and has
accept, d an invitation to deliver a Fourth
of Ju'y oraiion at this place ou the'ct mlng
UHthnal ,an:tivetary. As n- steps have
as yet leen taken to cel. brte the Fourth,
here, and no one authorize to extend such
invitation -o-Mr.'tearna or Hny.one elise, wp
nre surpnJiea- a', the Portland .paper's au
n.unc. meat. Who took the liWrty to ask
Mr. Sieart s to come?
Shot His Wife and Hiiaself.
On the 9 h instant, at Msr3'svi11e, Cl.
Dr. B. F: Holsclaw shut and killed his wife
and then kiiiet himself The canse of this
double murder w?.p je.n lousy iKhetltel jus-titi.-d
or not, the iaj atches do not state.
Dr. H Ihc aw was once Judge of Jom-phine
county. .nd well known in this pan .f the
State ;-'";. .. : -; K'. .."
New Lumber v Yard.
Puttern's saw mill on the Nonh Ump
qua. is now in successful operation, and
considerable 'sugar pine and other fine
lumber is being snipped la o Uoseburg by
teams. The owners of the mill have ea
tablished a l imber yard in the city, near
Matthews' blacksmith shop. ":"
Playing at Astoria,
The Wilton dramatic troupe j consisting
of Frank and M.-s. Wilton, Charles Mark
ham, James Coughliu, Henry Carroll, Ed
Daily and Miss Esther Webber, is now
giving performances -to good houses at
Astoria. The troupe will sxm appear in
: Going to John Day's.
Mr F. Dillard, with G. L. McCoanell and
Nat. Seaburn. started on Wednesday t for
John Day's river with 800 head of sheep,
which he proposes to sell or rent out on
shaies. He, as well as others, was led to
this step by flattering reports regardiig the
bunch grass regions ot Eaatern Oregon. .
Good Hay Crop.
Reports from the country are to the ef
fect that the hay crop will be urusuflly
fair this year. Those of our farmers who
got in lte crops or oats have converted -them
into hay. and the yield of timothy
and wild grase is all that was hoped for.
- Double-headed Barley. '
We have at thU o.fice for the inspection
of those who have interest in such mat
ters, a small bundle of douale-headed bar
ley. The barley was grown on the farm of
Wm. McBee, Esq . and should be seen by
our grain growera.
j New Mail Route, t
Service on the new mail route ; between
Canyonville and Elk Creek will be com
menced to-day, and will hereafter be con
tiau id semi-woekly. The people living on
Elk Creek justly feel elated. .
We have done some very neat printing
in the way of cards, bill heads and posters
this week. Our stock in the job-printing
line ia complete, and ord rs will te filled
promptly at low rates.
; Do Not Forget- ':
Do not forget that there will be fine lot
of birse8 aold t the Overland Hotel, Myr
tle Creek, July 5tb, and a chance offereJ
purchasers to secure rare bargains.
Pomona Grange Meeting. '
"A calUd meeting of PumuBu Grange
will be hvld to-day at Grange Hall in this
city. .A general attendance of tuembera
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The Fourth at Looking Glass.
An adjourned meeting of the citiaena of
Looking Glass and vicinage was held in the
hall in Looking Glass on Saturday, June 1st,
to complete arrangements for celebrating the
coming Fourth of July.
I Buell was chosen President. -
The couimittf on selection of grounda re
ported in favor, f., the .- grove near tha resi
dence oftE, Morgan Sr 4 y
' Committees were appointed as follows :
To Procure Orator, Reader and Chaplain
j; Hi WaiiarnvHl Churchill and John If.
Bower. - ' ' " ' ;, ' A V-'-. ''"vr ;;.?,.;,-;:
On Fmarice-4james Dillard, Robt Wood
ruff and W. RWella.
On Music M. L. Waters, E. Morgan, W.
H. Ollivant. -V.r . .
On Preparation of Grounds R. Flournoy,
Peter Buell and JE. Morgan, Sr.
On Preparation of Tables Alonxo BuelL
A. J. Warren,. Howard Iivingaton, Luther
Du vail and A; O, (Cos ton.
L. Buell waahoaen President of the Day
and Wm. Irvin, Grand Marshal ' r
- LV BcaXL, President
O. H. FLOoxrSec.
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Base Bali at Looking Glass.
Robert's Creek and Looking Glass clubs met
at the latter place Saturday,' for A contest
on the diamond iflekL - ..Both - clubs were in
fine practice, and the game played was a
good one. The Rohert's creek club came
out victorious,' a will ne seen by the follow
ing score: . .
KOBERTS CRSZK. OfR
Hedgepeth,' p. . ." 2 3
JWHedgpeth.c -2 3
McLongbJbn,b.s. 2; 3
Lin ville, lb.... SI '3
LOOKING GLASS. O. R
Nalhanv'c. f .
Frisley a. a. . . ,
Smith, 2 b ....
Mathews. 2 b. . . 3" Churchill, 2 b. . 1
C. Hatfield, 3 b. -4 0
Todd; r. f
Singleton-a., a. ..A , 01 Arthur; hJL
i. uatneict, c t. 21
T. Hatfield, r. f . 2' 2
Williama, a. s.. 5
Brown, 3b..... 3
D. HedgpethfLf., J 1
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It is with plea? fire we ao
n9a5.cJfe?I-eJection of 8.;H.
Hazard, q.,;dietrict attorney.
During his present term of olSce
Mr. Hazard, has wonthe respect
und esteem ot the people of Dou
glancoutitr irrespective of party.
Mr Hazard's majority is ovierj
. r . .1. j.t .
' -r-W aaafsjsssalBjassj
A. " BUSHELMEIR, '
Has Permanently located in Roseburg
OPPOSITE' C"OS MO POLITAN HOTEL
x irnxOAiutajrnEX ale.
Kfavh Socio b;Oo as dcorj
OFFICE-Iu Pag ft Smith's Drug Store
:. . Glrea to all Diseases of Females.
Dr. Page has had a larce exnerienee lb
the treatment of the diseases peculiar to fo
ssaies, aaa reels assured that be can give
satisfaction in the management of these
Calla to any part of the country will re
, aye prompt attenuoa.
JOHN RAST, PROPRIETOR:
i h STATU
IS MANUFACTURED BY . JOHN
. Rast, who has the article constantly on
- ands, which he will sell in quantities to
nrchasers. Give him a call. - 43.
' la the price of
Patent Paints !
The Manafastnrers of the
ftCSM MB IOPIR!S!!AELEi
Having recently reduced the Driees of their
paints; I am now enabled to sell. lot cash
down, either paint tor
83 per gallon in g gallon cans
$225- - -.-1 . "
Proportionately "14 V- "
C-8t Roseburg, Or
This establishment is the
Dent', in the Stale I
and connected with It ia a large
horses and wagon.
Alwaya in full' supply at living prices
And No Oue is Allowed to G
Don't fail to give us a call, for we are Ot
irmined to suit you in quantity, quality
id prices. WRIGHT & CARBON.
; OREGON AND CALIFORNIA
S TAG EX IN Ml
TlinOUQHTO SAN FRANCISCO
The Quickest, Safest and Easiest
STAGES LEAVE ROSEBURG
beery day at 6 A. x., making quick connee
.. lion ..at .Reading with the cars of
. ' . rt CJtO. R. R.
For full particulars and passage apply
BUTTON & PERKINS. Agents.
m JOlTST iSXXMIIi CD
On Iforth Urapqna.
The owners of the above miirwill be
ready in a short time to furnish the j
BEST OF LTJIIBEBr,
Is o we s t Mate s.
We manufacture Sugar Pine and all other
kinds of lumber; and having first-class
sawyers, we are certain of giving satis. ac
tion to ail tvao patronize na. ,-
. GIVE US A CALL before purchasing
elsewhere. TUASK k BLAKELT.
G O SO I
AN INDUCEMEN1TO INCRE A li
the production of flax-seed, the an
dersigned give notice that
v AT TH -
. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE,
Will Contract for all that may be
- - ; - Oe2red.
Of next season's crop, tlirough their agaais,
MESSRS. ALLEN 4 LEWIS.
. of PorJtland,
Fro m whom seed can be had on application
JOHN G. KITTLE. Hanaro, . "
Pacific Oil and Lead Wcrka.
f ..mS Sax Fiuirasoo. .
W.B KOYAL, M. Dn;
Pbysic'.au, Surgeon k Acconcher
Next door to ihe PostofSee, Oakland,
W. R. WILLIS,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Greatest Qnanti iy
. - " AND ;"
':-':".! '' . -'r. - !' '.-'V ,':
Tho BEST VARIETY
Boots and Shoes
Ever brought toRoeeburjat
BOOTS AND SHOES -
3Vtetc3.o to' Order
THIS FIRM HAS ON HAND THE FIN
' est Stock of Leather in t1i Vtat nt
is' nrenared "to do all klnai tt w..v i .
first-class manner, upon the most reasons
010 wrms. raries . needing anjthipg i
thelrline. should call nnon ihm fltsi
theyfullar , - xi
GUARANTEE Auj WOR C
Tamed out ot their .'shop to be 1 i an
certain te wear wel. ' 1(
Wheeler Bros., -
PostofSee Building, Locnat street. Oak la n I
.-...DEALEKS IN.. L.
WOOL AND COUNTRY PRODUCE.
' " ; ' . !
. We will I
Pay Atlio ffighest Prke
v . FOR 001i.
- , And store
ALL WOOL FREE OF CHARGF.
We are prepared to receive wool a l
either ot the following places:
RMeburg, Wilbur, Oakland Wnrs-I?
Drain's and Scortsbi'ig'
T.e. sstrra a go.
A270 - 1
I 13L '.GL 2? XXX 0 1 1 "ft ,
Patton's Block, State street. Salem. Ogn.
ARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN
4o prescriptions, and alL orders bV
f mail or express filled prraiptly and accur-'
ateij. - ,
Phynlciahs and Country Dealers will
save money by examining our stock, or pro
curing our prices, before purchasing else
t, d; marks,
X 1. PIKE & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Tobacco and Tea s.
- ..." 1 . .
Manufacturers of Cijars
And sole proprietors of the non-f quailed:
Pink of Perfection iL South
Nos. 101 and 103 California street,
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. Ban Francisco.
V Dental Notice.
DR. S. BARNES, DBNTIST,
HAS TAKEN ROOMS OVER THE NEW
York Cash Store, where he will be found
prepared to Fill, Clean aud Extract Teeth!
Nerves destroyed, and sensitive t. eth filled
without pain. He wilt insert full, or par
tial setvs All work done in a workman
like manner, and at reasonable rates.
RR week in JonT own town. $5 0
VVU fit free. No risk. Reader, if .
want a ousmessat which persons of either
sex cu make gret pay all tl ei time .they
work, wr te for particulars to H Hallett
& Co, Portland, Maine. j I
.... OTICE. j :-
TO ALL' PERSONS HAVING uCSl
ness with the County Judge, notice ie
hereby given that the undersigned will I e
at the Court houst. in Roseburg, the first
Monday and Tuesday in every month anj
all the week commencing with the firit
Monday, in January, April, July and Sep
tember, and the entire week commencing
with the last Monday in August, 'and every
Saturday etcept the third Saturday in Oct
ber, from 10 o'clock A. m.. to 4 o'clock p. m.,
and at all other times that I ant wanted, if
notified. THOS. SMITH. County Judg v
Roseburg. August 19. 1376. L
, ROSEBURG, OREGON
BUTTON & PRKIXS,
THE ONLT. . . .
HRST-CUSS HOUSE IN THE CITT
a aA-IVD '-'
Depot of the C. & O. Stage Co.
. f -' ' HMaeaeB j
Well-furnished Sleeping Apartments, The
Best of Beds, and the most atten
- tive of Housekeepers, and a
Table Supplied with the Best ot
STAGS FOR RiiDDING
';;"-.".'' r -V.: - -v;-'. :' ,-
Leave the house every day on the arrival o
the ears from Portland. ;
The traveling- public, and all who favor
ns with their patronage, can rest assured
that they will be entertained in the best
possible fuanner. n u BUTTON,
WILBUR, . KEt,
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- - -' MaaaaaMa . . ai
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- .. Constsnfly oh hand . , ;
I have the Best Sttjck pf Furniture south of
Portland, and all of my own
, manufactdre-: ,
vNO TWO PRIfTES'TY) "i.'tTi fit' irtja
Resident oMDouglss counfy are reqitested''
.' .'.'-to gite me. a call bef6j purchasing
.,- '' elRewhere."-
AU Work Warranted
Notice. " ,
Notice ia hereby given to whom it may"
concern that the -undersigned haa been"
awarded the contract for keeping the
Douglas county paupers for a period of two
years. -AP persons in need of assistance"
from Said county must first procure a cert!
ncate to mat effect from -any member of
the County Board, and present It to one of
the fallowing named persons who are au
thorised to, ar d will care for those present
ing such certificate: .Button & rerkins
Roseburg: L. L- Kellogg, Oakland; Mrs!
Brown. : Lookinir OTaata - !:. rVVr :
authorized t tnrniah mHi-il mA
sons in need of the same and who nave
been declared panperaf Douglas county.
THE PARTNERSHIP OF 8AMUEL
Marka San I a w - l
-- 0.0, uouci juti&s, au
V m. I. Friedland- Aninr, t.nc;n. a . .
the firm nam At art a t, . Ai t -
ed by the rement of Mr. Saul Marks
AMI ' kiea of aai1 Am. i 1: .
dateu and U debts due said firm to be col
lecieo. oytne remaining members. The
firm name remains the same as heretofore!'
SAUL MARKS, '
loSEBPho, On.,' September 21 1877. .
Tn5!SfPi'n8l,"i8i,''yon CRn engage in
AJA-OJ X $5 or 20 per day made bv anr
w, ker of either sex. right in their own low
cali: ies Particulars and j samples worth
45 free. Improve your spare time at this
usiness. Address Stinson; & Co. Portland,
Meine. - ......
. . 41 the Railroad Depot,.
O IE3Il -A. IE IB jELt
THAN BFEORE OXTXSED IN
GREAT SLAUGHTER III PrIICES"
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J. C. FLOED
Has the largest and best selected stock r.f 4
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Ever brought to Roeeourg. which he pro
poses to offer to the market at prices
lower tian can any other bouse in
the city. His stock embraces
- the Latest Novelties fn
Ladies' Fancy &ood
. ANI All. STYLES . '
TiADTTO DRESS . OOGD3,
Consisting in part of '
SKIRTS. UNDERWEAR, LACE CUFFS,
COLLARS, EMBROIDERIES, TIES,
LACES, PLAIN & FANCY HOSE,
ETC., ETC.. ETC, ETC.
He desires to inform the trade that ho haa a
Complete stocx of-. -
CL0THINQ AND GENTLEMEN'S
Compiising Full" Suite, ties. Scarfs. Crav
vats, wuite ana Jf'ancy Bhirts, White
and Colored Underwear, etc.; also.
Ladies' Gentlemen's and. Children's
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, GROCEItlES
In full supply and Cheaper than All.
Ot all descriptions."
I ani also agent for the celebrated
Fish Brothers' "Vagonl
Thankful for many past favors, I respf ctr
fully invite all my old enstomers and the-'
pubJic generally to examine the stock in
thy store. All will find it in every way
complete, and that I have uniformly rev
duced the price of goods. J. C. FLOED.
CLARK o MCGREGOR, Props.
LIVE AND LET LIVE.
HAVING. LOCATED PERMANENT-'
ly in Roeeburc. and havia
the building adjoining John Clark's saloon,-
a sua r . 1 ...
n0yicurreu 10 inrmsn tn;s market
wth the choicest beef, mutton . and pork.'
and anything else in our line of tiade, at
he ver lowest nriwa Oiva n uui
von ,ueD as d. We iy the
Highest Price for Beef.
W. W. PIPER;
OJlw ; i onastes' Building; First street
bet.- .'' rison and Y4mhill. Portland.
T. I TAITLOTJL'
OFFICE Railroad Depot,
OAKLAND" : : : OREGON
A. E., CHAMPAGNE,; Prcpne.
The only first-class hoase in Rosshi;
Kept on the European p!an)Nc.-