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e&tion to this oflee. ' Bates reasonable. . . j
V7e are prepared to do job work of all
kinds with diBtmreh. on reasonable terms!
BTPRDAY...... JUNE 15. 1878
KOTLS AND NEWS.
Qts&h grinders aro a very
kranky people, ;
The backbone - of spring is
Popular sovereign-a pouiid
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Herrlmac has five clergymen,
md none married, . . k
' Sitting Bull" is preparing to
Kansas is settling np; ' go do
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An' honost man is like an
Lumber dealers always nave
large uoara uiua. . - j
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ine Diusn 01 a maiueu is ua-
.lure 8 warning. ,; 4 , ( ; , i
'.v v f ... , A Tiivno ?'frfilra lvi. voir,
. etables in lieu of spnng poetry,
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fwn Aditnrs and subscribers. I
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. Mo .
i marries the girl he wants.
Fans bearing biblical , quota-: the pyramids A: hundred feet or
. tions are novelties. " . , I '-ore he : fell bis horse a shape
- i lees,ma88, he to escape and ny,
Every act. of kindness to a the only cue of, all the splendid
4 diivering. beggar is the practice band. He fled the country never
bf religion. - to return. The power of his class
: HeNwho must use his" eyes to waa .bken , thouh Pffrh?s t0
niuo woo w V- , . break it, perbap3 in self-detense,
'hear i hears mnch that is lost Ruoihero tl0Q bloody murders
? among the noisy; rattle of whose records and details we call
speech; " , . ! history. ,
Zon can not always1 ; tell 'by : ' '
the way a person, dresses as to Illinois prison officials have
s vdtfhether his pew is , paid for been disgracing themselves in
2? not , . . the same "way as did Gen. Mott
It does not MowV that.'a
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hen-pecked husband is a roos-
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The watermelon is i ; not yet
but the pungent radish occa-
sionally . scoops in" the dyspep-
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People who attempt to cut
Doaraing nonse orea-u - witu u
house bread with a
ould -remember - that the
time throwji away can not be
Old Ben Wade is dead,
- the spiritualists won't let
A rest 'and are making him write
, letters continually.;
A Columbus man .savs he
siaixea ouukiu mu&e piwvuv.
He got the fourteen, bui the
ciphers bothered him.
A- Lon Confinement.
W were shown, ,ays
3onh Ottago (New Zealand)
Times, an illastrious- stranger( in
the shape of a large tree fro of a
brilliant emerald green coloij with
wh'.te spots, which was f ibnd in
: the interior ot lump of coal at
Messrs. . Galbraith & Co8 yard
yesterday. The coal was n part
of a caago from Newcastle, and
the lnmh in question, falling to
the groand, split, and discovered
the reptile which mast have; been
. concealed within it for hundreds
of years." Tbe body is beiweeu
three and four inchej in length,
and the creature when ehown to
us was still alive, .bat apparently
very sluggish, as might hi "ex
pected after 3uch a' Rip: Van
Wrinkle sleeu as he-must have
Jiad, - ' '
Norwegian peasant is . a tree
paan on the scanty bit of ground
wf.iri he Kaa inherited irom his
fathers, and he has all tbe virtues
of a free man an open character
a mind clear of every falsehood, a
hospitable heart for the stranger.
His religious feelings are deep
and sincere and the bible is to be
found in every hat. His courage
. and " patriotism ." are abunc antly
- proved by imtory. ,
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- . Persevering.
A youthful Calif ornian coaplej
"desiring oh3 wed, ' being bnder
'Eo nd cotsssqnsntly unable to
- obtain a licsnse,. hired a skin. em
. barked a minister, and putting to
eea. were soon beyond th three-
niile limit over which the United
. States has iurisdiction; and. there
IIURDnii OF ' THE MAMALUKES.
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M:...-.t Ai), Irom a common
soldier bad. come to be ruler over
Ifevnt jLike every matr who
ever rasa to power, envy bated
him and treason plotted nis oyej
throw. The Mamalukes -were his
i mortal foes. an? he. with no sueh
spare toe isarons vrnen ne coma
,oITa- , tann T?m r.rt nnV
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her on theJroad tO trtt;SJoe58,plan-
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ned tneir death at h stroke. iiu
inp hia towels with trnstv Soldiers
he Wlted the ManUakea to pa-
rade within the wal's of the citu-
del. Unsuspectedly they tnareh-
ed". to their dovm a splendid
fcand of gaily-decoraled w arriors,
whose very steeds pranced with
prfde to be the bearar ! of such
cavaliers. Scarce had .the last
man entered, when the mighty
portcullis and tbe truth
dawnupon them. From a ban,
drcd a murderoa3 fire
opened upo'n t,bera. Gay plumes,
that waved iu pride eo shortly be-
trailed m blood and dust. Hider
and horse, a'ike fell , to torm an
IatingiWi.bl. . death's heap.
Some met tte.r late wuh prayers
feu victims td the treaohery and
Duueta oi iue xrasua. xlji bbvb
one. - Emir Bey spurred on his
faor8e over thft bodieg oj hia
fellowi'SOldiers; over - the dying,
whose lite-blood oozed awav. and
over the living suppliants who
would uot conquer tate, but knelt
lonslv he' nassed unhurt' amid the
shower of bullets that fell arouud
him, and spurred his torse over
thft nreo;mrcethat looked toward
and hU meb who .killed ' Bnooj,
fHav ' Vonfrtrf ; loll Ihff" hfltlffinff
him up, in the stretcher. In Jo-
liet moro time was taken, but the
reult was non tW 1&B sare. Tlie
victira was -handcufitd to his
door by passing his arms through
the grates and , fastening ,? the
I wrists on tne outside. . Alter h
had euduJ3(1 ioarteen hours of
agony they gasjed hira to stop
bis cries: He die3 6f exhaustion
An Elko- -Ney., a .Chinaman
went home intoxicated and wai
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f rrf-, f tkA A
ciubbed him unmercifully. A
passer by l-emarked,v" Johnyour
wife heap fight' "Yes he re
plied, 'she too mnchee sabboe.
Utic lire ivu eiuc iuvnwau n v
man tlee months.
The eccentric genius who dg
lights in statistics says every man
eats on an j. average eight bushels
of wheat in the course of a, year.
We could noint out men who con
sume at lfiast twenty-five : bushels
ot corn in the same time. but thev
didn't take the trouble to chew
"Tbd Chicago Ledger is fast bes
coming one ot the best family pa
pers published in the United
States. It contains a moral tone
in its editorias while truth and
pure thought are powerfully illus-
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tccu in Iks s numerous me stseicaes.
The health of Fopei Leo de.
clines daily, but unless .his phvs
sicians insist upon Jus .departure,
it will be difScult to induce him
to go to the country. Faululla,
however, savs he Pone wil
leave for the country for ..other
than political reasons. ..(
'' In the price of'
Patent ' Paints !
The Manufacturers of the 5
BUS2ER: AT3 j;;.rTJCnA6LE ;s
Uavini? rrwentlv rdnffpd th nrirMttr tr
paints, I am now enabled to sell, for caah
J -.1.1 . 11 ' . - . .,.
. 3 - VT Fallon in 5 gallon cans
6tf ft! ,",". , J M
Proportionately n 1-4: "
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pirn e mrm
Constantly ea hand a itifl .and , eoirplets
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SCHOOL BOOB S
Tor Cqmmoa and Graded 8eKo8;
WRITING PAPER) PENS, INK, PEt ClLS
Also tlie most popular and ;
LATEST B00KJ OF TUC TIM i
And Books in seta of all the Popular . xitliora
Song B'oka, Sheet -MusSC "Th
Latest" Ilymu Bookj
DallV aod Weekly Newaj apejrs .
MAGAZINES, VICT. HIALB
. "And all tlie Novelties
Will furoish any Paper or'Magazite j
CInb rates, asd any boos not in our stoca
m will ap.tid and c et on fiUor' notice. "
$ We have the nicest an J best; stock in
goods in Soutnern Oregon i
Who will kelp ua to promo' e
interests of iliis comtnanity,
m tVll &ud our stock'. w
Sltf ' J ' " DR. J. W OODRUFF.
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opposite Metropolitan ' Hotel, ' Eoseburg
GEO. BTJATII, Proprietor.
-THE FINEST OT
W1N, LIQUORS & CIGARS
Always 5 on hand,' and in j con ;ection
- with the saloon will De louna a
VPB&L'KEPT BILLIARD JtQQIZ
Where both health these mpartipg game
, -. - , may he jnqnjgen iii, s
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;"A AN INDUCEMENTTO INCREA&
kUQ pt'UUUVdlVU :vi v.
drslined srive notice that .
THEir T7TLL PITilCJHABE
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE,
Wil 1 Contract for all that may be
Of next season's crop, throngh their agents,
MESSRS. ALLEN & LEWIS.
-of Portland, . - 4
Fro m whom seed can.be had on application
JOHN G. KITTLE. Manazef.
Pur.ific Oil nd Lead Works..
1 F !.m6 '.' " -r Sau FraScibco.
, 4 On -North -Umpqaa.
The owners of the above mill will bel
BEST OP LUIIBBR,.
Ei O TTC 9 1 .y JL uiCSf
We manufactnre Sagat Pine and all other
Vint . '.nfimnhMr!..nd' haviuif first-clast
sawyers, we are certain of giving eatis.ac-
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t- rjrVE.; Ua " A.' CALL before phrchn?nj
elsewhere. TBASK & BLA&ELY."
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THB rXTSR C0KTAUIISO SPKCIAl
(Sisjatohes by Telegraph
IS BY WXJt THE BEST
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ONLY 150 . PER ANNUM
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NEATLT ' EXECUTED,
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Elwood Self-Binder Haxvestsr. -
Tlii nMt th RiMt ant th Bfit The Latat DrAft Mar.hina vet known. No SDrinrS0r,'Triff2er3" toEreak or Cive
o at. : Theonly Binder that can be considered
f armer cn cat and Uind his Harvest Ko.
'HE' HAS THE LARGEST
Cigars and Tobaccos
EVER BROUGHT-TO 'rOSEBURG. AND HE WILL NOT BE
Keeps constantly on hand
: " ' ' Wood, "Willor
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O ' O? XHX CID H fXi
Such as are
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To please both
Sole Agent tor
Pacific Thresbing Machine Co.
PELT01T SIS-FbLD ;EORS2-P0 WEB.
JC3Buyjs and sells Legal Tenders, ifurnishes Checks ou Portland,
ad procures Drafts 00 8un Franciscof in sums J.o suit all require
4 OAKLANP, OBEGON, " .
RICHARD , THOMAS, Prorj.
THIS HOTEL HAS BEEN ESTAE
iished for a number of years, and has
become very popular with the travelling
. SLEEPING ACCOMMODATIONS
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A the -Table supplied with the best the
Hotel at the dejpof of the Eailroad. "
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"PERFECT."- The Binder can bind all
lilreil handa" necossary. 11AVVLKX, vuuv
AND BEST STOCK OF
a general assortment ct
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IXas Permanently located in Roseburg, '
OPPOSITE COSMOPOLITAN : HOTEL.
I WILL GUAISKA'TEE ALL
tJaperior- to ay performsd in Oregon
I Sir . "
thd Grain the Machine can eat. v ir
a w rati i ana, uraun.
Ntartgt 'to the ' Bail.? ad Dct, O k!ta
JAS. MAIICNEY, Pr.rietor
' , - THE. FiKSX OK
WINES, IQltO&J 'Ct CICA
In Douglw county, and the bv$t
, EJLIJAHD TABLE IN THE STA1 X
Kt in pnper repair..
CfgTartiys tra7cr;nr on tin; railroad tj1I
fitiU this p!aco very hnudy to visit 1m; tnE
tlie stopping of the traiu at the Oa; I .4
denot. Uivo mo- e. c!all.
' U-if - JAS. MAIION) 1 .
'Opposite Abrahii.A IVown. Oa'tad,
D.IVtEK IK. ...
Stoves zzi& Tinvzaro
- . Keeps always on hand a .
And is always ro;u3y t sell goods lor
t prices Roil at al will be sav.nlWd.
quick sales; And head's: blu rn'
Is my motto Nvw 19 the time for ycur .
W in t it r - T r;l c.
T. P. EUKIMI AN
Jackson street, lb sebar, Oregon, ner t
': Poet Oflce
SOT CD XT
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Tin, Copper and Sheet-iron W'aro
. . "-"Are prepared t? ; :
Fatis sction to all - '
7 FOR GALt;, : .
Well-Improrid in all Respect
and Within Onehalf nn'e
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The undersign :d cSlrs 1.:? ' r:n cf C3
acre, sitnated orlyone Lglf t?i. cortacf
the city of Iioseb irgr fur eale. , fl h':h jAic
is well fenced, ard has on it f. rr-od f-i-
house and pood ham, &rS is .-rc .1 tt a
bargain to any 01a waun;r a jlse c. ":'. .
to good marke:. -irply to -
Or to the IsDs.n:s'DKSTcf:c?.
smpeed iLMS,BACo:." .',:;u
Freshly cured and cf F1N.U QUALITY.
The undersigned wouU fsy l).?
zens of tii-sebiirir thai he hi j'a.-t can 1
finest lot of ILvus, Dacon' L-.tiv-offl-rtd
toihss msrUti; ar.d that no (r :
fai; to parches .he gaoie wa.-r. oucj t.
examine it. - ' -..
. Prices lower its a ever.
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