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About The Douglas independent. (Roseburg, Or.) 187?-1885 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1878)
SATURDAY. . . .. DEC. 21, 1878
i IT IS NOT EIGHT.
j. It is not right fhat one man
fhall suiter tor tbe offeodiog oi
; number of otkers, nor is it right
f hat any one man shall carry a
uutil tbe danger in. pant." Taking
this altogether, it eeemt as it
another Iadiau war in Eastern
Oregon is only a question ot
very short time. Should there b
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f.,..l W-i..: '.--i.s.::. u.uier uuiurea u ia certain ii.
1V..U uui uciungiug iu unit a a I ... , . .
oait Of his hii'rlen. W hpar that Wl" uw tuurB 1H8U,,S B,m uu,aft
ing cnan uie laie one, as tne ih
IT IS KO WONDER.
it is said that the investigating
committee will attempt to place
upon ex-Governor Chad wick's
shoulderi the eina ot Grover.
i 1 -1 r r , -mi
vyiury anu uann. i he reasons
stated for this proceed u re is, that
to injure Grover h to hurt "tbe
party ; to hurt Cann or Giltry is
to disturb tho?e who may hereafter
Oe netful, ar d then their puuish
ment would not ud certain politi
ciaus of Cliadwick. In other words
A telegrphicdi-patch ot the 10th Chad wick is to be made the tar
instant saye, 'Geu. Lyon, of the get for a general fire, that other
purchasing Oiinmlttee ct the board politicians may take his place, and
or Indian commissioners, and that after he has been politically
Barclay White, representing the killed, other men will be able to
bociety of Fneuds at the VVinhe step into his shoes, and without
bago agency, spoke against the f ar dictate to the party what it
transfer ot the Indian bureau to shall do and whom it shall vote
the War Department." Gen. Ly- lorl
on. Has probably, made money To wrong auy man in this way
oaymg supplies tor "bo! the poor is to commit a cowardly crime.
Indiau," and we Jirtt it any one and the parties who would encase
;wiu swear tor liarclay that he is in such an enterprise are little less
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nite, or that he is a second than assassins. We dc not be-
William Penn. Itisobvious why liev'e the members ot the committee
uch men oppose, tbe. transfer of mil lend themselves to any such
tbe Indian bureau to the War De- prfceediwn.' We have too much
partrnent. Tjliere are two reasons respect for the average ot man
urged, for such tranjfer- first, kin.) to think that there uie men
there can ...be . but little it any so 4 testable. But if we are m:s
Cauce tor speculation in the pur- taken, and it should turn out that
Cita.e ot Supplies for agencies to for party sake and for the proline
carry out terms ot treaties, and tion At interests of private imiis
bolu, iue inuian win not oe vidua), one particular man is to men will become more self relieni
; B l"u pw'rcy m D sacnncea tor tlie wromr deedb There will bono nwesaitv f, ,
will be pursued if he becomes ot others, then our word ofeens and armies wU 5-mi,.
bloodthirsty and goes upon the sure will noi he lea atmuir tlm.. om.romn ; ..in i .
C i w.uv. cult IIIC 1UI IU.
war-paxn. n mere is no specula- the expressions of wrath of the when will thnt-dav fHwn ?
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urn 4eii in ine raaitrr or trie pur- peiple upon the head of each
hite ot supplies, the chai ces are member of the c inmittee so abus
that ien. Lyo-i, Jike Uthello, will ing the trust of those desinu"-
dians will profit by their last ex
perience ; and it is to be hoped !
the government will not fail in its
duty a second time. The Indians
ot Idaho, Kasteru Oregon and
Eastern Washington territory
must either be removed or exter
minated it periodical outoreakes
are not desired.
ONLY $34,000 OVERPAID.
mi . -
' ine legiHiative investigatinjr
committee will end its labors with j
the close ot the t resent week. It
has leaked out that the sheriffs ot
the different counties have otdyi
beeu overpaid the amount of $34,-1
000 tor conveying prismers from
their respective counties to the
J'enitentiary or, iu other word, I
liberal officials have made them a !
present ot 34,000 ot the people
monsy. Will the eherifta nows
tell us by what hocus poeus they
tnus were overpaid? Let all ot
Governments are not acciden
tal, but ordinations tor the protec
tion and edusa:ion of the people.
Governments are to the whole
people what tht father is to'tne i
tainily. When society has been
. . . . . i
suuiuienuy eoucated ovenments
will become leas necessarv nnHl
&QQDS TO m $OL& GMEtlPE
EVER BKFOIiE IN THE
GREAT SLAUGHTER ALL PRICES!
J. ft EOED
Hu tha lrgt bu best selected tock of
Ever brough to llosebur which he proposes to offer to tht market at prices lower that,
can any other house in the city. His stock embraces the
Yeiy LATEST Novelties in LadiesFancy Goods
And alo all Styles of
FINEST BliESS GOODS !
Consisting in part of
SFhitfa, flljicLasLuLeaS, acji uffc, Vallate ffmLtaidaneA, 3fLcA
JPLaln and fanci Ma&e. etc. ,
He desires to inform the public that he has a complete stock of
Clothing f Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Comprising FulJ Suits, Tea, Scar s, Cravats, White and Fancy Shirts, Colored un
" derwear, Ladies and Gentl men's Shoes, also
Crockery, Glasswar , and Groceries,
In full Supply and Cheap for all.
find his occupation tfone ; and if honest cepduct.
thre are to be no Indian acrents ;
!Wm.. , , , " t, b WE CONCUR.
White will soon stand in the eame
. I a a
predicament the momeut the bu- The Portlai d Standard, speak- r,,,iese slave laborers should
Tea,u is tranferred. Under these ing of the late , meet in o- of the make their wav to the East it
The Chirese questiou is excit
ing attention in the East. This
is. perhaps, owing: to the tact that
the attendant evils are spreading
tDat direction. It 209.000
Km&m m&ipi ; mmmw
OF ALL DESCKIPTION O.N HAND.
circum8tnces it is no wonder that managers of the Western Union
both cry out against a meaoure Telegraph Company in San Fran
that may "rob" them out of bread cisco, thinks tbe company would
and butter ana riches. There has do better it it would allow all the
been yet but few men who were newspapers in Oregon so desiring
cot governed hy selt-intcrest. As to purchase news, than to continue
it is to the profit of Gen. Lyon ihe Oregonian's preseut monopoly
and VV hue that the present peace of the dispatches. It tells the
policy should be continued iheir tru h when it says "if the rates
reason for opposing another poll were mode reasonable thpre are
ey though argument may show other papers besides the Portland
it to be necessary tor the protec- dailies that-would purchase and
tion of the livea of settlers, their pay for the dispatches." The
wives and children is likely to present policy of the company is
bo atinbufed to a desire to cons
tinue in office tti
............. .... mruu, 1 mo icuiuny imviic n uv oio insionierB ann r io - Mih i rrana v
examine the stock in my store. All will find it in every way complete, ami that I have unih.i mlv
r o""uo- J. U. XIjUKI).
an eye-opener to the
UFARMEIVS AND MECIINANIC'S-T
A Kilt accounts of the late
o a desire to cons s.-My to foster one newspaper, and t , c
u.d to .peculate i.. to give it an advantage over the nrm of Iloed & Co. must be
We find proof ot this rest, while it might give to its paid before the first day of
i.. one M,g.e state . ent ma-te l,y n,re desem,g rivals an equal February, 1879, or the v will
a Uiiding Democratic politician in ch nice lor snccesf, and lose noth-
tins Mie which yet remains un- ing ;n the end. Jt is probable be placed in the hands ot offi-
ontrdi ;ted "The.e has been but that without its mononolv of ihp
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ono linlian ageni in the history ot telgrapti ti e Oreyonian would die i
Oregon who ever returned a bal- an unlamented death. At least
ance ot mo.iev not exuended to one-halt ot its Rennhlinan and nil
the government at the expiration j ot its Democratic subscribers in
of his term of office." It is not ihis county would s'op their sub-.
ME. C. COHEN
Announces that he has an immense stock of
cer for collection.
"JTOTICE ls HKUEBY GIVEN THAT
J.1 Wm. H. Willis and Owen Willi, have
lww-n SD Ollltt-d ttV I lit. (1.,iini rl
vsMeiiiuii u MpeuK. oi every cae scnniions CO it 1 ne moment another uouciaBcounntv. ureiron. excuKiri. i,f o-
wl ber has been discrenen- daily i,aer in Porth-nd wa 1 J !f S I"1!' !ftsed-nd i
I - 7 I is.' vrrma "anUK tlUI II1B BvHIIl HI. fifl Ifl I
;ies in accounts ;ttie list wou d be lowed to publish the dispatches. ,ale are . ne7Dy squired to prewnt the
j. i ..... , -r, ... . ,. .. . enie, witl. the proper vouclttrs. witiiin air
too long; but It is easy work to But 1 this should llOt disturb the months from th date of this nolice to Wm
con to mi.a wnere large amounts telegraph company, since the sue
were embezzled and to speak of eesstul uewspapei or newspapers
one "poor unfortunate who stands would immediately take the Ore-
to-day charged upon the records Igonian's place und permit nc loss
defaulter lb the sum of $19,000 to the company.
troin tne ion appropriated to tuL We certainh' concur in the
fijl a treaty with the Indians. proposition of the Standard that
Also a full line of
It, WilliB. one of Brtid necutoru. at dix ni-
nce in KiweDnrflr, v aaif county. Oregon.
UBltHI at tvosi-oarff. OoUtf couniv )p-
Ku, iui oiu uay or Jj-fremtmr, A, l). IS6S.
WM. K, WII.LIS.
OWEN L. ..1LLIS.
ASSORTED BmnClZAI&DlSB !
The d struct iVn of human life
fr the . past twelve mmth hs
be ii appalling. In China it is
e.-ti:nated tht overseven millions
of persons have died of starvation,
and the. wart which have been
raging in various nations have
carried oti two hundred thousand,
while in our own country the yel
low fever scourtre has made near
ly fifteen thousand new graves.
Deuthi i. ever a welcome visitur,
neverttieless it normer r biter
niiike its call at eadi of our doors.
A life Hpentin virtuous struggles
and noble deeds has its rewards
m dearest memories Hroimd the
grave. Let the good that is in us
be manifest while we live.
Dr. J. A Callander,
(LatoTJ. S. Arujv.l
till liffvunuriopa in ta fitutu elw-v..1l I ,nntr.
. ... .,tft ,,, ,uv w. ouumu urrH .Bi AX llS UESIDENCE FIRST
navei the name
When Jackori went out of the
Presidential Chair in 1837, the
Nation washout of debt and theio
was a surplm t 16,7-J8,480 in
the Treasury, and to-day the Na-
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tion owes over iwo uniions oi
dollars. Thins doing pretty well
for only forty years. If we keep
on at this rate in 1900 we shall
....n fV.n ni'O little tnm nt pIpVpi;
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billions ot dollars.
If you are stung by a bee, use
hartsrorn ; if bitten by a snake,
get drunk. So physicians say.
llaug a bee sting ! give us a Fiiake
right as regards l
news; transmitted over the wires,
and in time we expect the telgraph
company to couduct its bosineBSj
in such a way favorileism on its i
part tor c ne newspaper will not I
prevent all from buyitig what they
vvant at a fair price.
i Another Indian War.
bouse west of Judge Willis.'
At Old Prices.
Mr. Cohen announces that he occupies S. Y. Crane's store.
and is prepared to receive his customers at his new tore
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ff h f IIE txJ Rgir
til Hi! R31 5-
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11 Mil ' H SI
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1 Etl ' Si
J . BROW WE, M. D.,
Notwitlistancinsr the 5
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School Books All Grades,
Will rnnr'inn tn m.AA ..r i
A , ,w v. JWllUOi LTlCeO
paper 6tates t at Moees Las de
lied the eherift ol Vakimu countv,
and freveiited him from arresting
the murderer- of the Perkins fam, A FULL ASSORTMENT
1 have lto a
lly, and as ihe shenfi" and posse
have not returned, it :s feared
they have beeu foully dealt w:th
T j v .. .
iy me inoians. In addition to
this the LTmatilla county papers
are tearfi I of trouble on ihe d y
set tor the exeeutioi of the niur-
derert of G o. Cogga'i. The East j
Oreyonian bays it "is informed
that jthere are some 200 armed
warriors on the Columbia rive
above Wallula. This means
something-. Thev are sdid to he
Ot fiuely bmod UmWs for
Suixriii' to any t-lsewbe eta ! t i.H in
H. 0. STA27TON.
prepariug an unusually larse sud- ?AS opexed a cigar AND FARIETY
11" a. . . - 1 II i --.
v ,p g'uu, Killing came ami l nny oppwue t P 8tntfic., nd 1ib
king and drying the meat us if
they iwere preparing for a winter's
ltrkii.tr muH ,lr,.;.. .v. .... iff""1"11 lartferttetcki of Imixirted au.1
.1 tn. .. . .
!lWlr yjn Bm:.UA..n ..II !. .
iS,IVl M MIMIVI O 1 . " 1IHMHWH BII lilt?
I fOVit tA -.4- a-11 . .. . .
campaign. The government T..bcco. McLa,,.,. Pit. u,nl. Can
should at once send snmo fmmia I'8 "nd olT articl.-s found iihuallv in
a sharu of public jmirrmnirt' is rmuectful v
should at once send some trooos I d'8 ",nd otl"" articl,"B ,ot,nd uali'v in
in..Ul,i- '" i .l -i l flM-cl" establwliuiHnt o? tbe kind.'"'. M
inti'j tni. section, and the tiilhlia prices will lm low and iut tim- h -n
I ' a - I . C in .
sa.ou.ia le organized in readiness
ISMS. J, O. JOHNSON,
ILLI.iER DRESS MAKER 1
LOCCST STREET, OAKLAND, RKOON.
Ilaviiijjust retarnfd from Portland with
the largest, and most elegant stuck of
Which I intend to mil very low, I in
vite the citizens of o'ak'and and vicinity to
Call and HX:niin tor themselvea befoie
purchaainif where ray complete stock
of Bonnet. Huts. Kibbona. Latva .silk and
Vt-lvet Triniiuinra, &c.
Orders for dn-aaea attended to with neati
nepa and diaich. oc'.20-ltu.
' m i i,i,i 7i.n nmrV
opposite Metn)olttan Hotel, Uoaebunz
GEO. BKATII, Proprietor.
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TUB FINEST oy '
WI XES, LIQUOES & CM GAR
Always on hand, and in con ection
with theraJoon will he found a
tVELL-KEPT BILLIARD ROOM
Where both health tlieae mparting frame
may be indulged 4-
" I (At Dr. Palmer's Office, Hoat-burr, Osrr.)
ROSEBUHCJ 2I LS. office llOUKS : EVERY SATUR-
alwasjniiani ! ; I)AY FR0 9 TO 4 P. 31.
THE VEitY OF LOUR, fr. Brow,, woo d prescribe clnaiv.,y
for (iiBtnaea of tlm throat and Innjra. aivd
". HitDKits ko estpt-ci 'lly Nasal Catarrh and Pulnionurr
frafkpd - Whi-nr 4rl.i..i Plnn Cijiumtii.n. F.-r nearly t-nty vear t.'
CraCKeU w mat, tjnihain t lOUr made these .leases a p.-cialiV. Pet
and (.'ornmeal sons Hfflcted or tl.reateneti therewith and
Q'fiirinu treatment r exauiinario and ad
vine tniy coimult him at hia office every
, (Saturday during the hours latid alove
Filled on short notice, and on iiiitsi libera
trtu. Junes & oatk.
ifl 15 A 1 111 UK ET
CLARK. Mc'CrhEGOR, P.opa.
LIVE AND LET LIVE.
j BEST LAVE BEER MADE IN
I maak u.t:i X'KKD BY JdHN
TTAVINO LOfATkD I'EHMANEVT.
ly in ltoseburif, and having secured nrc Jft'W.
the building adjoining J : hn Clark'a saloon, .
we are prep, red to turninh th s tnrke "
W'lh the choicest beef, tiiiiitoi. and pork,
and anything else ip our line of tiadf, at
he ver Jowtst jiricea. (live ua a trial and
voaIUDeo (I. Wei'jiytlje
l.ighest Price tor Beef.
i i .
.. . ...... . ..o ninv.e cllliB'HIltl oo
andri. winch he will sell in anHnnti,. t
(Jive him a call. - 4tj
S, MAEKS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
GENERAL MERCHANDISE I
Have Constantly on Hand
Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots
GROCERIES AUD PEOVISI0NS,
Fine Wines and Liquors,
ROSE BURG i OREGON:
WOOL AND PRODUCE
Of Every D33riptioa Bough.lv
... .AND THE....
The first hajdwa.e dealer In L'mpqua
Valley, in the Brick Building,
ETAS RECEIVED. AND IS NOW KKi
il Ik ceiviug oue of the moat complete
CO OK, I'AULf )11 & OFFICE
Of "the Moat Improved Patterns erer re
ceive 1 in this city.
And beaidna has the moat complete stock of
AnJ manufactures everything in the line of
TIX, SHEET-IRON & COPPERWARE
In a wo.kkmanlike manner, and on most
reosonable t nis.
Iron, Steel and In a""
Always on hand, and in qu ntities to scut.
Iff. G. WOODWARD,
WM. WAT KINDS.
B L iL C K
Would inform the public that thef have
Iead the large blackgmithinf shop lately
occupied by George Mickle. end that they
areprepared to do all kinds of Blacksmith
la First-Clas3 Style,
And at prices lover than the lowest. They
have many years' experience in the line of
And claim on this point in the trade, they
are competent to do the beat of work to
the aa iHl'ncuon of all patrons.
1 Qive them a call. Simp opposite S.
Marks & Co 'a. store. Koseburg. tf-33.
L 4 II
And Dealer in ' "
SADDLES AND BRIDLES.
Next door to Marks & C 's.
I would respectfully infirm tBb public
that I have now on band the largest moat
complete atock ot SADDLES. BRIDLES,
HARNESS SADDLE and ORNAMENTS,
WHIPS. ETC. ever brought to Southern
Oregon, and am fully prepared to fill all or
any ordera in any line without delay, and
to ihe satisfaction of all w!:o may favor me
with their patronage, at prices which de
: All work warranted.
Remembt r the store next door to Mark
& Co's warehouse and farmers are especi
ally inviieJ to examine ' my atoeks and
pri.elist. W.G.WOODWARD. "
FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
FINE JEWELRY 1 FINE JEWELRY I
batches, Chains, Eing:3,
Jeweler & Watchmalrer.
Would announce o the nnh!i tlmt l.u )..
the finest assortment .f jewelry ever
brought to Rebnig, and intended exem
sively for the holiday trade. His Block
otnpria. a evervtliim in the ixtielrv linu
from thesniailtst a.eevelnitton and tiniest
irl pngetsring to the handsomest g ild
wa'fh and hrillint diaiiunid preaMt-pm
And this valunble stixk he l.roiMwea o sell
duiing the holiday? at la'ge discount mvm
A better I'pportnr it v was never offered
to the iu lie to purchase holiday prestnta
at fine tHriaiitS.
STORE NEXT DOOR TO DR. HAM
Give me Chl. if vou want anrth..isr usu
ally found in a firr-clw Watchmaker
an Jewelry store, at a fair nrire All
work warranted L UIS KKLFtLS.
HE 1JAS THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF
This institution of learning will commence
ITS FALL TERM SEPT. 19, 1878,
under the guidance of
Rev. J. H. Skidmore,
Principal. To the many friends withl" the
reach of this Academy, we would say : That
each department, of the school will "be nn
derthe. control of thoae who have mMei
to good ability, cult vation, patience and
experience. Ther will be three departs
tnt-nts in this Academy.
& MUSICAL DEPARTMENT
We shall b glad toessist friends in tbe
election af homes for their children, and if
our su2g-8tions are followed, we assure
yon t Im children will b ebitdded tfym the
evil influences. . -
. B-.ard can l had at from $3 to $i j er
weefc. Tuition, from f5 tofri per quar
tei, in Auademv Department; from $ t to
6 in Commercial Cena tment, and from
12 to 115 in Musical Depa tment.
J II. SKIDMORE; Principal.
KRIS KItlNKLE'S IIEADiUARTERS
B T O B. 23 !
W won !d announce that w have iuat
r ceived trm ih.- East and Europ . the fin
eat aotumiu of mechanical and other
toys ever ;tuorted in thiacity, and that
We do not pro
pose to be
o, Oisrars and' -Tobaccosls:-
umBiiienwiBioftoi rttrniture south of; ( J
roruann, ana all ot my on
NO TWO PRICES TO CU.'TO ERS
Residents ot Dou
to give me a call before purchasing ! J? T?
elsewhere. EVKR RliOTTfiTTT TO UOSKniTHGL AND W. Wl f.T. A'fiT nv
AJJ Work Warranted. UMmKUSOLD. ' ; 'lr Sl-
Wo l.-tve faun Un.t
1 ' K ' I
ii- f! t.'i.t.!.. r !m t.
Candies and1 Notions
I to -.. :,-
. Crying Dolla.
!Vr t!IVe!f.: in ,,tj
mi am Cf.ru. .N.a-aa.
wmihi . oy
-ijo... ai4;,ft..i,a, Unanivutal
iai-a. mj- i-vi-rvtlWi ,.u.. .i.iiut
t . cbi.Uren.
3AIJT i CAyJS I
e goin ' el .tr- to
A NU iNBEK IJiiOS