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About The Douglas independent. (Roseburg, Or.) 187?-1885 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1878)
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evr iri'i!iied in Dnilf e"un?r.
UYPyU- Cil., JTEK NO. 11, K
A. J, hnid r?!tf'.r eonita anima
tions ever first sd laird Taesday
U "io.i nio.ttt 1U members is. good
tandui wi!l take doe mti line! notice
Hid govern thociaelv-f accordingly. Visit
lnsr companions are iavited t meet with
the Cna.iter when convenient.
ft. HERMANN, H. P.
W. I. Fhiedlahosr, tfee'y.
ALAUKEL LOD JS A. F. and A. M
L holds regular meetings on or Unions
each full m ion.
A. JONES, W. M.
A. F Campbell, Secy.
r?3EJI?SSfc PHILETA" IAN
F. iueets Satu'lay evwn.ng, ol each
week, at 7 o'clck, ia their bull at Kosie
burr. Members of the order in good stand
ing are invited to attend. By order of the
CHRISTMAS SERVICES. '
Services In coiruienioraiion of the birth
and glory of the t-avioar were held In
the Episcopal and Catholic churches at the
proper time. The services at tbe church
rt named were quite imposing, the prin
eipal feat ares of which Mag the sermon
of Uev. L H. Wells taken irom Isaiah,
" Unto you this day ia bora a son, and his
name thvll be Emanuel aud the Instru
mental ana vocal music. The Beouion wan
eloqutnt aud instructive, while the music
wa tur superior to jsucu we have lis.
tentd to. The choir was) under the direc
tion of Mrs. Henry Hedges, aud Mrs. Phil
D. Souzer presided at the piano. The choir
was made up as follows: Mesarr. Marr
and Strange, tenori ; Murton, Bassi; Mrs.
Henry Hcd-f soprano Mie Pweus and
Ui s Starr, aiti, Mrs DeSouxtr con e intralt',
A her the service closed a collection was
taken up tor indigent clergy men. The win-
dowe and chancel of the church were hand
somely decorated with cedar.
The Catholic services a ere no less at
tractive aud equally as Imposing. Mass
was celebrated at 8 and 9 o clock and H gh
Mass t 10:30 by Kev.Taiaer John Uein.
, rich, and the choir comprising Messrs. Lau
genberg, who sang bast. lira. Louis Lan-
geiiberjj, saprano, and Mrs. Henry fe ,lges,
soprano and alto and wLa presided at the
organ. T e altar was decorated with ever
greens verv tastefully, and the services
were in every way pleasing to good Cat hot
The ball given by Ike Pbilalathian So.
ciety last Ft iday, .was largely attended.
Quite a number from Oaklani were pres
ei't. The music was fa, and dancing was
continued to a lata tour next morning,
Suppers were handsomely spread at J. M.
Crow's restaurant, aaa the Cosmopolitan
Lotel, and with this regard or any other no
complaint quji be mada. Everybody was
well entertained, and when the time came
to go, all departed fria she ball thanking
th society tor the pleasore afforded them,
and wishing for s second invitation to an
other ball. The net receipts were $39.
mm . i
There are four eases appealed from this
county and will coma mp for trial at the
January term of tit State Supreme
Court. The cases are entitled as follows ;
Samuel Rich vs. P. P. falsaer, to set aside
sheriff's deed; State ef Oregon vs. Law
rence O'Neil, sujt efqity to foreclose
lisn; SnUe of Oregon vs. Wo. Munds. suit
of eq-ty-to foreclose lira; Henry L. Hat)-,
son vs. Mate of Oregon, to test the legali
ty of the court silting ia judgment upon
Tuesday evening last Hon. A. F. Cauipt
b -l aud Alias Luette Grubbe, and Mr.
Q iincy A. Grubbe and Uiss Sarelia GriT.
fith were j lined in matriaaouial tiea at the
M E. Church, Salem. Eeceptira were af
terwards held by the relatives of Miss
Oritfiih and Mine drabee. We acknowledge
the receipt of cards, a4 extend to the hap
py couples, our warmest 'wiaUee for their
future happiness and prosperity.
Mrs. Wilww Dead.
Mrs. Wihiou, formerly Mrs. J. W. P.
Huntington and daughter of Ddcle Jesse
Applegate. Oied at Wilbur last Saturday.
Her remains were conveyed to Yoncalla, at
which place they were) interred in the fam
ily graveyard. All who knew Mrs. Wilson
-rt-member her as a aoble woman of many
virtues, a true wife aa4 examplarj Chris
tian. Peace to her aahea.
A Meteor Hestreyi a Haystack, '
A day or two ago, early in the ev. ning
a meteor fell between the house and a
barn of Mr. ChambeanX, lu this county,
striking a haystack. The meteor exploded
as it fell, and the hay limiting was de
stroyed. This ia the irst instance of the
ni Wi .-e n j inbr .ever having heard wf.
Encampment Officers Elected.
At a meeting of Cu'ou Encampment No.
9, held Ust Friday ere, the following offi
cers were elected ; J). B. K. Buick. C. P.,
John Nichols. H. P.. 1. K. N. Bell, 8. W..
Wm. Carroll. J. W., E. O. Hursh, S., C.
Cohen. T , W. 11. Willis. L. Belfils. and J.
K. N'. Bell, Trustees. .
An Old Stase Hore.
"Old Dave," an old stage horse belong
ing to the California aad Oregon ltage Co.(
died on Thursday morning. He was a
faithful animal, had worked for the stage
company eleVen yean without missing a
day, and watt known to alt drivers ever in
the employ of the company.
The jShootiag Match. '
The shooting match at the depot Tues
day and Wednesday was well attend, d.
Some good shooting was done. Henry
Singleton shot the eleventh shot at a tur
key 200 yards distant and killed it, and
after shooting the head of another off at
fifty yarls. was ruled out. Henry is only
Wm. Carll, Esq., Is in town making ar
rangements for putting on the tri weekly
mail service between this place and lied-
ing, This service will be for second and
third class matter, and will begin on Jan-
nrrr finite . . r -
Window and pietnrw glan in stock and
. cut to order .x pr. Hamilton's.' " '
A GENERAL NOTICE. j
There should be an "equitable adjcBt-ai-n."
in all things, llecagiiliing the
f.irce of this assertion, and blwving by so
;K)in w shall et fairly with and to iho
dv3ii!a"i ;f the. psblie and onrselvea, we,
.h under8!j;i'd pub isber. have agreed to
ask the )llowing tatts foi certain cltiss i
vertisemeqts from and alter the first ol
Traafioni locnl Botices, 20 cents per
line firstjcscriion; 10 centi ner line 2d ic
Basiaess loca's for advertisers, 12J cents
ler lice; or 5 lines for CO centa.
FersrOnal erpltsftione, obituary notices
(over iour lines); reei Ju'.U'tiaof condolence,
8 lines for $1, and each additional 8 lines,
or Iraction thereof'58 cents.
Legal Ldvertisi mei.t8. $ 2 50 per square
first insertion; $1 each subsequent inser
tion excepting as below staled.
Appointments of administrators and no-
tices uf "Mual settltuints," $i.
Dissolutions, est ray n aices of either
wife, huibaud or animal, notices of tres
U. S. Land office advertisements, not
exceeding 15. lines, U0 days. $3; sixtv days,
No deviation from the above prices will
be made ander any circumstances.
KELLY & WELLS,
Publiahera "The Douglas Independent'
CHAS. L. MOSUF.it.
Publisher Tue Wesi em Star."
Farmers are still busy putting in their
E. Stephens & Co are turning out some of
the bust shingles to be found.
Nearly every one are elHxied slightly
with the rheumatism down this wav .
Mr. A.Clayton has moved on nis large
farm where h? intends to reticle.
The revival at this place was not very
euecewtiful owing to the dislike of the
Owing to the irregularity of the mails my
Items have delayed for the past two or
three weeks aud tbt relore did not appear.
If one should happen through this sec
tion, of the coantry oa Chria'uia he wuuid
nfer that the people were quit, fond of
amusemi-nU mtlte line of dances and socia
bles. Work en the Hubbard creek mill Is
still being continual with' energy and
when eompleled it will be one of the
greatest helps to this part that was ever
thought of. b
A ramble through lower Calapoia valley
convinces one that the inhabitants are no
slow about makiag extensive improvements
oa their farms, especially in the line ot
housea-.bui the finest and best tiniched
house in. that aectiou is the new residence
of Mr. Burk, which ia situated north of
his valley farm about one mile, oa Prim-,
rose hill. It is the workmanship of Mr.
Creos, and finished, that is, tainted and
papered, by Mr. McFarland, which un
doubtedly shows hat both gentlemen, un
derstand their business.
Fred got on his regular "Jamboree"
John Churchill will give a dance to night
Hawn aud' his son left a few days since
for California. Success attend you. old
James Daniels and J. R. Baker are going
to Oakland to attend school there this
Elder Burk did not preach at the Cala
pooia school house on last Sunday as was
Mr. Preston Rice bad bis shoulder dislo
cated by a sheep dragging him against a
Mr. J, T. Daniels has his bouse ready to
paint. We understand that he has em
ployed Mr. J. D. McFarland and Ben
Hutchinson to do the work.
One of the neighbors on the Calapooia,
pastured three bead of catttle for a mer
chant living tn Oakland, and only charged
him the t mall sum oi $50 per month.
Worth Twice the Sum.
We have just receive! a copy of The
Chicago Ledger, the leading family paper
of the west, which is now enu ring upou
its seventh volume. The Ledger is a forty
eight column weekly, printed in bold,
plain type easily to be read by young
and old, and is filled with choice stories,
and reading matter f interest to every
household. This excellent journal is sur
plied to subscribers, postage paid, for the
low price of $1 50 per year. In order to
increrse us present targe net oi reauers.
the publishers of tf?e Ledger have made a
new contract for; several thousand fine
Niokel-piated Euirlish Steel-barrel and-
Cv Under Seven-Shot Revolvers 22 calls
ber which they propose to distribute to
heir subscribers at! cost, aid therelore of
fer one of these elegant weapors ol defense
and The Lwdger tor one year for S3 00.
The revolver will be sent by mail, postuge
paid, on receipt of the price. They have
already distributed 3,000 revolvers and are
mailing hundreds daily. Now is the bent
time to get first-clas revolver and the best
paper iu the country for l-ss than half the
aciunl worth oi either. Three sample cop
ies will be Best to any address for ten eta.
Address The Ledger, Chicago, 111.
New and Cheap Music
Lovers of new first-class sheet music,
embracing some of the compositons of the
greatest composers, at lens price than such
sheet music can be purchased in San Fra"
cifrco, cannot Co better than to call at the
store ol Dr. J, Woodruff. -He has a collec
tion of tine music oi over five hundred
diff.-rent pieces, from wtiiclt a com pn net
critic cannot fail to select aomethicg nice
and pleading. It is without doubt the fin
est stock in the line ever brought to Rose
burg. Go and see for yourself.
A letter from Qaroiner states that the
schooner Hayes had ran upon the beach,
knocked a bole in ber bottom and bad been
towed into Coos half filled with water.
Hons Burned. :
Charles Pitcher's house was burned last
Thursday night at Canyonville. Mr. Pit
cher's son was badly burned, and narrowly
escaped with bis life. His injuries are so
Severe it is doubtful whether he will recov
Subscribers will bear in mini
that the subscription price of the
Independent is $3 per an nam
when not' paid ia ' Advance.
ODD FELLOWS' CEMETERY.
Tweu'y years ago the Masooic and Odd
Fellows fraternities of this city purch:ied an
acre of ground i zm ot town for a cemetery
and threw the same open to public tine'
8-rce then ilhai been aged generally, an j
without regard o regularity of arrangi.
nientr in conat-qnence for a lotig time it ha
bea quite difEcilt to prepare a grave with
out eucfo;ie'.uu;i upon those made before.
The ; eceasiry if a ne.v cemetery has.there
fo.vong been apparent to ail.
The Odd Fellows have been tile first
apprtc ate the gener-d want and provide
for it; and Philitarian Lodge No. 8 has
purchased a t:act of groend, beautifully
sitvated and in every way suitable for the
purpose for which it is intended, on the
south side of the Deer oreek road, about
one quarter of a mile east of to'wj. ' A
survey of the tract has just been completed
and a handsomely colored and compre en
hensive map made of it by L. L. William,
surveyor, by order of the trustees. The
diagram represents 101 blocks, separated
by alleys six feet wide, crowinjr each other
at right angles, with a road twenty-four
feet wide through the center north and
8'uth. The alleys are numbered from
east to west, and lettered from north to
south, aud in this the good sense of the
eutveyoris shown, since thedift-ivnt bh eks
are easliy to he' reached when weeded, and
there ia uo reason left for a proprietor ol a
block to mak a mistake. Each block i 8
sufficient iu extent for sixteen graves of
four feet in width each-
The Odd Fellow will reserve a portion
of the Cemetery for th-t use ot tile Order
alone, ia one body, an 1 to that dim net
they propose to remove the remains Of
their deceased brethren from he old ceme
tery. To many of those who have loved and lost
their darlings the m censity of a permanent
place of butial h is lou; been twit, mid the
work of Philtariiiu Lodge, .viih t'lis regard,
will be gratefully n;inemb-red, siuce a
lurgeureaot the cemetery will lie opm for
ale in blocks to theycity, to families and
to the public in gtmTrai. and when once a
berii.1 lakes pla re .he friends f the dead
will know tu.it the titio to the ground
cannot be altered, and there iu certainty
will the loved and cltcrsiied sleep undisturb
ed until the heavens are rol'ed ujt a scroll
and the Father calls to Uiiu his children
From the Jacksonville Timet we gathei
the following news of the mines of South
Tin frosty weather is unfavorable to
The Sterling Derrick is about ready to
Wm. By bee hassold his intereat in the
Grave Creek Diich in i nee.
The dry diggings near Grant's Pass are
in readiness lur the winter rains.
The Palmer creek mine are now ready
for the winter rains.-
Six hundred fc t of pipe is to be manu
factured for.fba Squaw Lake Ditch Com
pany. Gin Lin's ditch is now filled with ice,
he having neglected to turn the water out
when the cold snap came.
Bybee, Hockert 4 Co.'s clai-r.s at the
mouth of Slate creek ar at present being
worked wib one hydraulic pipe.
Benedict & Co., have struck fair pros
pecta in their steamboat diggings. They
have run one tunnel and are commencing
Brogan Co., near (Jniontown, have
their pipe about laid and are now engaged
in building a r-servoir, which will e' able
them to ran through a (Treat portion of
The stockholders of the Grve Creek
Ditch Company met recently and el ecied H.
Kelly. Presided!; Dan Cron miller, Secre
tary; E. F. Walker, Treasurer; Jay Beach.
E. F. Walker and II. Eell , Director for
the ensuing year.
;Deatli of S.C. Moore.
Rev. S. C. Moore 13I dead, and
waa buried by the Masouic fra
ternity onC hristmas day. We
have not the lucta necessary to
write a proper obituary ot the de
seased, and are compelled to an
nounce the dt)iith simply of one
whose los tha entire community
deplores, and whom the commu
nity will ever recollect as one of
God's noblemen au honest man
and & devout Christian.
A Happy New Yeai.
The year 1879 will have put in
ah appearance before another iss
tueof this paper 13 printed. We
do not propose to write a long ar
ticle npon the subject, since there
is "nothing rew under the sun"
to ofter npon the subject; but we
propose to wish the many friends
of the Independent a better and
happier new year than was ever
experienced by thorn before.
Mr. Jacob Bitzer brought some
fine beef cattle trom the South
last Saturday, and Friday last Ike
Lehnhere started for-Elk creek
fr another lot. Ike is one of the
sharpest cattle dealers in the coun
try, and we expect the best of beef
when he returns.
Who Did It.
It is an ear of corn, but who
did it we do not know. It s in the
shape of a man's hand.having tho
five fingers complete, and the
outlines ot the wrist perfect. It
can be 6een in J. B. Smith's
hardware store at Oakland.
Remember the Printer.
While equating op your ac
counts for the jijar, remember the
amoantyoaowe the printer. It
may be large, or it may be small;
at all events be will be pleased to
give you a- receipt for the same.
Moses and His Indians.
Report- from east of the Cas
cade received recently hae in
i 1 neasure been- corroDorated by
la tor intelligence. It ha bten
tW 1 determination of the author
iii e& 10 arrest ami punish the Iu
diiatie who murdered tbe Perkins
falnily. These were s'ipp' sed to
b e concealed in Modes' band, and
w it h the consent of that chief the
sberhT ot Yakima county pro
ceeded to Moses' canip. It i
estid the tiherift was rhet by Mose
a (id his Indians and tol l in the
language of Mrs Guppy "to t'et
o-iit." which-he did. Sulteqnent
tlpieious actions on the part ot
Indians caused the .military at
Walla Watla to reconouer, and
i;ihing aside a labyrinth of un
important particulars, we' may ac
quaint the reader that the sol
diers, st'eing how hungry Moses
wa,iersuaded the latter to acc-nn-.
pany tlu-ni to Vancouver, where
bis IliglinesH ia being regaled on
pork and bean.
A glance at ti e Metropolitan
hotel sii:ce the lute repairs will re
veal sonic ta-tc-tul work done.
Thtjre is no neater place in the
Ttie Chirese question is excit
ing attwition in thw East. This
is. perh aps, owing to thd tact that
the attendant evils are spreading
in that direction. If 200,000
Chinese slave laborers bhould
make tbeir wav to ihe East it
would be au eye-opener to the
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SCHOOL ROOKS :
At 014 XVice3.
Xotwitlistanc'ing the increase prices of
other plate Siatidaid
School Booli! All;arad3,
Will continue to be sold at former prices
at the Poeioffice.
1 have also a
A FULL ASSOHimEKT
Oi finely bound books for
Superior to any elsewhe.e to be lonnd in
tbe city. .
H. C. STANTON.
Dr. J. A. Callander,
(Late U. Sririuy.)
OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE FIRST
house west of Judge Willis.'
NOTICE IS HKUEBY GIVEN THAT
Win. R. Willie a .d Owen Willis have
leu i inted by he County Court of
Doufclaifcouunty. Urejron, exfutorof the
esiateOf Steplien 1). Wiliis, deceased: and
all person having cluiuis aaiuat said e.
tate are liereny requirea to present the
same, wit I, the proper vouchers, within six
months from the date of this notice to Win.
U, WtlliS. one of sid executors, at his of
tjee in lioseburjr. D iilps cmuty. Orejfon.
Latrd at Uoseburir. Douirl s county, Ore
Kon, Una 9th day of D.-centbert A, D. 18M.
OWEN L. 1LL1S.
A Eili accounts of the latxi
firm of Floed & Co. must be
paid before the first day of
February, 1879, or they will
be placed in the hands ot offi
cer for collection.
OF DRY WOOD !
Have two hundred cords of fine dry oak
wood for sale, in Oak laud, on tbe line
of the railroad, and ready for rhipment
to any place. ; Trins will be made ad
vantageous to buyers. Apply eitrlv.
Oakland, Oregon, Dec 21. if
HA3 OPENED A CIGAR AND VARIETY
6toie next door to the barber shop and
nearly opposite to the Postofflce, and has
one of the largest stocks of Imported and
Domestic Cigars in stoc ever brought to
Rosebnrg. His stork also embraces all tbe
favorite brands of Chewing and Smoking
Tobacco, Meerschaum Pipes. Notions, Can
dies and other articled found usually in a
flisttlass establishment of the kind. - My
prices will be low and .: my time cash, and
a share of. public patronage is respectful. y
SoiiciteJ. ' r .
Notice of Final Settlement
In the G'Uni? Court tt tlie iatr.f Orn-.
for 1 e C'iumy of liU'ilst, sittijig it;
Pr bate. v
In the tnatier of the -Mte of Alex Porter,
dvtvns ! :
AU. LANUDOX, A I J M I N I T It A TO b
ot snid emahr. linviinf fi'iHd in sahl
c nrt hm final Ho:o-;nt for h ttleiiieut, and
aJo prsvin fur n ocdw t'ir wttin-j tiie
lime for 1: wiring th . tine, t ht-n-f rt tui
tice is hereby yiven that, -aid final account
will be heard aud determined in naid court
on TuHday.the 7th tiny of January. 1879
at w!iic!i time at! ht'oiis having any oh-j.-ctii'im
to said tinal ticcouiii and - hertie
tuent miiFt thrn and there nmke tiie name;
and that notice of ihe Kuine Im iulliehed
in the Indkpkxdsxt fur f ur cui-ncutive
weer.n. ify order ol 11. m (;. (Jiidil'x.
T. U. SilKUlDAN, Clerk.
IMlii 11VKS THAT MY WIFE,
;V nor!. lin le.t my lyi and loard
without cnt nnd I hereby whtii ll jies
on' n t to en d . lv-ron my account, ad I
t.ha'1 ni t be liable lor v r acc unts.
II .w En K HO. Orejjon, Xovemlier 19.
This firm has constantly on hand tbe fiuest
, etock of
Boots and Shoes
Ever lrouhr ro Ko-eourg.
1500TS AND SHOhS
3Vra.de to Order
- roa -
Boot and Shoe Heels.
Prevents ron&'.ng over and
wearing off oa the
THIS FIRM HAS ON HAM THE FIN
est stock of Leather in the h'tate. and
is prepared, to do all kinds f w.irt in
fmt-clas-i manner, upon the most reasona
ble terms. Paries needing anjtliirg ii
their line, should call upon them tit ft s
GUARANTEE ALL WORiC
Turned out ot tbeir shop to be 1 1 an
r"-in to wear veil. 1(
Pliarraaola t ,
Patton's Block, State street. Salem, Ogn.
PARTICULAR. ATTENTION GIVEN
to ureacrintions ' and all orders bv
mail or express filled prruiptly and accu
. Phvnicians and Country Dealers wil
save money by examining our stock, or pro
curing our prices, before purchasing else-
R OSEBURO ACADEMY
l.iK WIJITEIl SESSION OF ltf8 1 K8TITUTIOM
Monday, Dec. 2d, 1878.
Under the supervision 1 the undersigned
assisted by Miss Hauie tliililand and J.M.
BowrT The term will continue sixteen
weeks, eiidg March 28th, 1878. The f o
owing are the
RATES OP TUITION :
Orthography, Heading and Writing
per month $1 6G; per term f 6 00
English Otammar or Oeography per
month $3 00; per term 8 00
Higher Aiithtuatic, Algebra. Oeointry
Bookkeeping pr mo $3 50; per term 10 00
Latin. Greek or French per month
3 00; per term ..; . 13 00
J BROWNE, L. L. D.
Nearest to the Railro ad Depot, O klan
JAS. MAHCNEY. Proprietor
THE FtHKST OP
iVINBS. IQROStS Or CIO A 18 -In
Douglas county, and the best
BILLIAUD TABLE1N TIIE STAT 4
Kept in proper repair.
tPartiee travelingjtm the railroad .vill
find this place very bandy to visit du ing
the stopping of the -train at the Oakl md
depot, (iive me a call.
a if JAS. MAHONE1
Thia j t notify the public that h i
copartnership heretotoreiexistitii oetween
W. L. Button and O. O. Perkin has been
dissolved i.y mutual consent, Mr. Button
Miring from the firm. The firm will be
known as Perkins & Hendrick. The friend-.
ship of the public is asked for the
new firm by the retiring partner, who
would thank it for many favors.
W. L. BUTTON.
IIosEBCito, Nov. 15, 18T8.
A. B US 11 ELM El K,
Uas Permanently located '.a Rosebnrg,
OPPOSITE COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL.
I.WILL OUAKKANTEE ALL
Wapfe Q)m hxB as Gaud
s5uierior any performed in Oregon
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
NtDticO 18 hereby given that all debts
due ov the late firm ot Button & Perkins
will be paid upon prestation to W. L.
Button, Metropolitan Hotel. All those
indebted to the firm must pay the same to
m ai once and save costs.
W. L. BUTTON.
Rsoebtjrg. Nov.29, 1878.
opposite Metropolitan Hotel, Rosebnrg
GEO. BRATH, rroprietor.
THE FLSEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS & CIOAR3
Always on band, and in con ection
with the saloon will be found a
WELL-KEPT BILLIARD BOOM
A LL E Y,
Wbre both health these m parting game
j- , uwjr ue luouigeji
ITai jlit returned trom Sau Francisco, where he haa purchased the
FiueBt Assortment ot
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Fifteen rarieties of Ladies Cloak just received.
ALSO LADIE S AND MISSES' JACKETSLATEST STYLES & PATERNS
Which will be eold at Prices to suit all porohasera.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
. . ..AND......
XI ATS, SHOES, Boots, ETS.,
GROCERIES, CROCKERY, WILLOW-WARE & CUTLERY.
More complete tban tbat of any other establishment in tbe city, and at Fairest Rates
gRemember I will occupy Dr. .'Hamilton's brick opposiU the
e Metropolitan hotel where I shall aell goods cheaper tor cash than
er before. M. JOjSKWHOS.- :
Full Line of
Poetotfice Building, Locunt street. Oak
XDI3T GOOI )Sr
Pay th.9- Hicrhsst. Pried
ALL WOOL FREE OF CHARGF.
We are prepared to receive woel ats
either ot the following places:
Roseburg, Wilbur, Oakland AonDttla
Drain's and Scottsbmg
6t WHEELKR 6KS.
15. F. DRAKE, TliOPKIKTOIi,
Al fcM, jl.EOUN
CTEAM FXOINES.SAW MILLS GBIST
Mills, lii-aper. Pumps, and all kinds .
and styles of Machinery made to order. Ma-
chinerv renaired t aalmrt nni ixii P.tiirn
V 1 " ....... . . . . IV.'. . ( .IV.. U
makinir done in all its various forms, and
ail kinds of brass and iron castinirr fur- :
nished at short notion Alv ,irnk.tnin.
of Enterprise Piner and. Matcher and
Stickers and Sharoers : . "
RICHARDS & ROGERS, Proprietors.
Manufactures ol ti e l1 anions
JDexter CooTc Stoves
PARLOR STOVES BOX STOVES,
D a, a
HOLLOW WARE, STC, ETO, j
Front st, bet. Mam and Madisou
II, 11 STAXTON
Staple Dry Goods
Keeps constantly on hand a general as
EXTRA FINE GROCERIES
Wood, Willow and Glassware, also
CROCKERY AND CORDAGE. .
A FULL STOCK OF
Such as required tbe Public County Schools
ALL KINDS STATIONERY!
Toys and Faancy Articles.
To Suit both the youn; and old.
Sole agent for tUe celebrated
PACIFIC THRESHING MACHINE
Including tbe well known
PELTON SIXsFOLD HORSEPOWEB
Buys and sells Legal Tenders, fnrnishe
Cliecki oi. Portland and procures drfs on
Snn Fraucii-co in sums to suit all require,
SMOKED 1IAMS,BAC0N AND
SB 33i2 JB3 13? Z
Freshly cured and of FINE QUALITY
i Tbe undersigned would say to the ciU
zens of Kt seburir that he has just cured the
finest lot of Hams, Bacon and Beef evei
offered to I his market; and that no one will
fai,' to purchase the same wnen once they
Prices lowtr than ever.
This establiohment ia tbe
Best in the State
and connected with it is a large
WAGON YARD WITH FINE'ihtD ROOM
Capable of accommodating an) umbt t ot
horses and wagon.
BEST OI HAY AND GRflXU
Always in full supply at living prices
And No One js Allowed to U
i Awaj Dissatisfied.
Don't fail to give us a cail, for we arv de)
terminal to suit Vu In ouantitv. aualitv
and prices. WUIGUT & CAKLOil.
J. K SUIT II,
Opposite Kb:x ii u Browo, 0&kUihdvOg
Stoves and Tinware
AMD FAR'.! I, Ml IMPLEMENTS.
Keeps always on Land a J
And Is always ready te sell goods for casa
at prices bo tbat all will be satisfied.
QDICK SAlTSS AND READ! RETUBX1
. Is lay motto. Now Is tbe time tot your.