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About The Douglas independent. (Roseburg, Or.) 187?-1885 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1879)
FRIDAY....... .....SEPT. 13. 187
RESOLUTION OF ENDORSEMENT.
Whereas, the Docqlas Ihdkpksdent,
a newspaper published In Roseburg, liar
been published in this county tor the period
vf three years ; and
Whereas, said newspaper Is now well
established, and during a three rears' trisi
it baa faithfully served the interests of the
producer and tax-payer; therefore belt
, - Jietolved, We, the meiirbers of the Hmp
o.ua Grange No. 23, do give TUB Douglas
iNDfcrEN DENT our unqualified eudosement.
and would recommend it as a newspaper
worthy the patronage of every farmer and
tar-payer in Southern Oregon.
t ,, Geo. W. Jones. Master.
J J. P. Duncan, Secretary.
JTOUGTH THE OUTSIDER.
It may seem strange that the
prayer of Democrats was trom
the titne the first returns from the
California election were received
al a. IT I 'itf - l e f
inai iini wouia nnaiiy una suf
ficient votes a, the San Francisco
ballot-boxes to declare bis elec
tlOlj. It would tn tbA rminiriflte1
be even more remarkable to learn,
as i truj that the Democrats
abandoned the cause of their owu
candidate when they found toat
it was a hopeless one and voted
tor the Republican candidate for
Mayor and against Kulloch. W
cannot believe Kalloch's want of
reputation had anything to do
with the matter. When the
Democrats voted tor Flint they
voted for a man belonging to a
party which they have very often
charged with being a band of
- thieves, and declared a thousand
and one times tha: the election ot
a member of that party 'o even a
local office would le iu effect to
permit the unopposed rupture of
the Utucu, the subversion ot the
laws of the government and the
robbery tt the last tartbing ot the
National tmtsuiy. i'ollowijj such
line of argument and aseertiou
Kal loch could not have been so
bad, iu Democratic sight, as a
Republican. Then why was Flint
gien the prtere tce wnen there
were Democratic votes to throw
avvuj? The truth is the political
leaders regarded Kal loch as an in-'
tertTueddliiig outsider. Ilia uorau
nation wps au "iuterterence with
political plans and politicians'
plotting!, and it he succeeded in
deed there would be continued a
Richmond in the field, likely . to
grow greater strength and prove
-4rrtifself to be invincible when
pitted agmnst torty Richards. The
chances, in he event ot his suc
cess and consequently that of his
ioliowers, would be materially
decreased in favor ot Democratic
aud Republican t.mce-seekere se
Cinng ofiicu, aud it appears that
It was the intention to defeat the
' third piriy a; any cost, iu order
that the ejunbble for office now
.' the only apparent incentive lor
eiierjjet'o party action shall.be
contiiii'd t.t tiie leaders of two par
ties insieiul ot tothoneot three. It
ha l'iig ago beuii tlecided among
..-politician that the number of
offices was i ot equal to the de
mand, consequently1 no outsider
need apply. Thank Pr-'videwe,
the people' take it upon theni-
selves to inteitero wun me pians
of political leaders, and whenever
they do boMi Democrats and Re
publican tire compelled to goby
While 8'me ot our farmers are
ot -th" opinion that they have
a ri",ht to bitterly complain be
cause their wheat crops havebeeu
slightly injured by4he rust, they
should turn tLeir attention to the
dition of the tanners of Linn
and Liu.e couuiies, and be satis
ged with tin. resuit ot their labor
t'rtuey-ar in Douglas. In Linn
ad Lane counties the damage to
wheat by rust is so great that the
lurinert! wtjl he forced to purchase
seed he it this Fall. Nothing of
thu kind will ever be known iu
Douglas county, even though the
theory is advocated that rust pos-.
seset lastint; vitality and increases
in "proportion to the number ot
tiiu it is used in Beading. In
this county it 13 the experience of
our most intelligent farmers that
eany-aowti graiu is seldom if
ever injured by v rust. This was
the case the present year. This
should teach farmers not to listen
to abstract theories, but sow their
grain early in the Fall as experi,
ence would have them to do.
The Albauy Democrat says Dan
iels, whe se wife it was reported L
L. Williams had eloped with, is
pujLing Lis suit tor divorce trom
the woman uaniels persists in
declaring was literally at the bot
torn of the trouble, and that "his
grounds of complaint are of such
a nature that Williams had better
leave the Yellowstone country
and hurry down there if he
wants tt clear his ekirta of the
The Secretary ot War proposes
West Point shall no more breed
rebel officers. The cadet before
entering the academy must sol
emnly pledge himself in the event
ot aii attempt ou the part ot bis
State io withdraw' trom the Union
he witl not tfke up arms in i:s
Citurte, an.i under all circumstan.
(stances he ' will remain loyal !o
According to EDgliah journals, i
Americans have contributed
among many important inv6ii
Hons and discoveries row used,
the cotton gin, the leaning ma
chine, the grass mower and grain i
reaper, the rotary printing press,
the sewins machine and the ma- i
chine for manufacturing horse
shoes, the sand blast for carving,
the gauge lathe, the composing
machine for printers, the mdia
rubber industry, the groin eleva
tor, the manulacture ot ice by
artificial means, the electro maHgOBSGlC W8CS3T. I
net anu us pracuuui npuucifiuu,
the hot air in ciloric engines, the
telegraph and navigation -by
steam. The list might be contin
Mr. S. L. Simpson, we learn, is
soon to take editorial control ot
the Plaindeakr, and that pnpei
will shortly return to the manage
ment ot W. II. liyars. Mr. Sitap-
son is an elegant writer. We
cheerfully - welcome him as the
"coming roan," and hope that in
the discussions which may follow
bis accession to the editorial tn
ood of our cotemporary there
will not be aught written in rual
ice. r evidence left to prove that
our associations have been other
wise than is regarded, even in a
Chesteroeldian sense, as gentle
manlv. Mr. bimpson has our
kindest wishes tor bis success.
"Good management, economi
cal management, end wise man-
ment is what the people want,'
n.;il Unx-a "irrifaii i rrrocrMi I
enttrom Uanvonville. We agree
witt mm r ti 1 1 nrfiiTiiHn idhi m , ihp h .
liea within the power of this paper
it will contribute to tht end. We
are not bound by party, aud pray
for only that light which will per
mit us to distinguish right trom
wrong, and cause us to establish
the true meaning ot the papers
motto: "Independent m al
things; neutral in nothing,
Tbe echeme oi M. de Lesseps
to construct a
the isthmus ot Uanen, tbou&rn a
failure, has led to a thorough die
cussion ot the project aud hai
has done otherwise good. A spe.
cial idea now exists relative to
the subject which never ?xnti!o
before. This much America is
a a 1 . . : .1.1
tiave learnea, togemer V7im tne
knowledge it is ceceseary that
when the canal is constructed it
must be the property : exclusively
of Americans and free trom tors
The indications are thatTildeu
has carried New York for his can
didate for Governor, and will
nominate him iu the Democratic
State convention. This insures
the vote of that State for Samuel
J. in the next Democratic Nation
al Convention and probably his
nomination for the Presidency in
1880. Editors of Democratic
organs will procede at ouce to
nave ineir pocxets long ana deep,
end prepare for the grand wa
around when the
"liar!" is rolled
The records in the Secretary
ot State's office show the amount
ol taxes due the State trom vara
ions counties to be as tollowjs:
Baker county, $2,471 77; Clat
sop, $063 96; Josephine, $2 24;
Marion, $830; Multnomah, $1,.
560: Union, $8,254 24; Wasco,
$2,251 66; Yamhill, $53; t tal,
$16,048 38, There will probably
several relief bills oe introduced in
the Legislature at its next session.
The "shot-sun policy of the
South" and the "military inter
ference ot tne JNortu is an we
find to read in the partizan papers
jnet now. We are begiuning to
pray tor a rest ttomething m the
papers to show tnar tnere is a
djnerence between the two par
ties ant we care but little if the
shot-gun or the militry brings it
about s that the subject ot dis
cussion is changed.
In Fan Francisco Workingmen
elccled all their candidates except
ing those tor assessor, coroner and
superintendent ot public schools.
Tbe Democrats did not secure
even one office to hold as a nest-
During the past s-xteen years
Montana has produced $147,000,
000 in gold and $6,000,000, iu sil
ver. Montana is now rated second
to California in the yield of pre
RfTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX THAT
ty virtu of an execution ImiimI ,,
ot the Circuit Court o the Staie of Ore
gon tor Douglas county, upon a judgment
aud derree ol foreclosure of a mortgage in
favor of V. T. Kerl-y ami against J T
Daniels and Louisa Daniels, his wile and
against the following mortgaged premises
to.wit: Pans of sections 21.22, 27 and 28'
in township 23 South range 6 west of Wil
lamette MtrHian. and
scribed as follows: Beginning at a point
u..u.uu i a., o west trom tLe
quarter post on the line between said sec
tions 21 and 22 running th.-nce south
6t.68 chams. east 51.88 chains west, 6188
chains, west, 51.88 chains to the' place
of beginning, eootainio 320 acres situate
in Douglas county, Oregon, for the sum of
five thousand and seventy six and 6 one
dundredths ($5,070 60) dollars and 'nine
teen and ninety five one-hundredth ($10 9.')
dollars costs, directed to me commanding
me that out of said real estate to mort
gaged I cause to be made the amount of
said judgement and costs - together with
inten st and accruing costs. Now, therefore,
in perHSuance of the said writ of execution I
have levied upon the above described mort
gaged premises.and further I will sell alt tbe
right, titie and Interest of said J. T. Dan
iels and Louisa Daniels, his wite, in and to
the premises described as aforesaid, to
gether with all and singular the tenement
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto
belonging or in any wise appertaining
at public auction to the highest bidder for
cash at the Court House door in the city oi
Roseburg, Douglas ccuuty. Oregon, on
Satnrttay, 11th Day of October, 1879.
At one o'clock in the afternoon of said day
to satisfy the amnnnt of said judgment, vi
gether with interest, eottf, and accruing
1S;. F. P. UOUAN,
Sheriff Douglas County, Ogn.
Importers and Dealers in
FCfttlCH & DOf'.ESTIU WIHES
LIQUORS AND BRANDIES,
A1m Agents for the
J. XL DAVENPOivT
S. E. Corner Ft and Cal St.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,
Represented by CHARLES KOUN.
Notice of Assignment.
.wv-?r irr a T I
JfcM Thomas Morris, merchant of Oakland,
iv...,u rmmtv. Oreitoo. assiirnMl all Uls
nroDeiiy for the beneBt ol his creditors, on
the 21st day of A u (rust. 1879, in propor-
tl, immml OI tueir raw.""
claims, and all parties having claims
against said es:ate must present the same
uuder oaih as to their correctness within
nin Hiva from date of first publication
of this notice., 1. B, DAVvKON.
Care A. M. HENDERSON, Oakland.
- nAff ilifcoverv. The best pre-
luM.inn flip the hair that has ever been
:t" ..r... t. hi
tr free the head from
all dandruff and
,,.f .tut nrnduce a new growtU where It
it"" rr"'; i. ,u.in thfatiins om
?V! iiair in a fewdays,if faithfully ap-
l..,:..j a u ill turn irrav hair to its I
uiicu. o -
This vegetkOio remeuy is iovu..v-..
i - nmnber of Dhvsicians, ana by
r, .lm linn ued it. It is sold at a
very low pries in order to introduce it to
the Douglas county market
None genuine unless signeu u, m. t
Dfietor. Address, jun
BULL CALVES FOR SALE.
George Hall. Oakland, would announce
to the stockraiBfrs o. jlouki
that he has six fine bull calves, at thor-
ough breeding, for sale. I'18? "Vf" 'J
- - a.a k. t in atnrkra.sers ol
Doualas cou-ty, and will be sold cheap
this Fall. If kept nnti' l?"?,8. 1 W
ask more for thom. OEO. HA1.L,,
Lost in Rosebure. a linen duster, con
taining in the pockets three photographs
one marked U. T. aud two C. Jt. tne
finder will be liberally rewaraea oy ro
urning the same to THOS. W. CLARK,
Or to the Ixdeprndekt office.
WILMERDING & CO,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FINE WINE & LIQUORS.
214 and 210 Front Street,
Lime for Sale.
The Best of Lime.
Suited to al" Pnrpo ses,
for si.b; at
f. WHAJSiU GO'S.
NED. DRY'S SALOON.
JACKSON 8TKKET, : KOBEBCnO.
Tint nrnnrintnr of. this Well-known and
popular reort woulcl thank his friends for
their liberal patronage in ttie past ana sbk
for a continuance of the same in the future.
The public is informed that 1 keep none but
the best brands of wines, liquors and cighrs,
and that 1 sell over the bar the celebrated
JESSE MOORE & CO. '8
KENTUCKY WHISKIES !
A good Billiard Table will be found in the
Saloon ; also all the leading papers of the
coast, tiive nie a call. i. uki.
Notice to Debtors.
Hatintr disposed of inr interest in the
hardware business and store in Roseburg
to R. 8. aad Jos. C. Sheridan, notice is
h-rtby given to those indebted' to me to
come forward and make immediate set
tlement of their accounts by cash or notes,
s I must close ud my books at once. My
books and notes will be found with the
new firm at the store, and the nw firm
is authorized to receipt tor moneys psid
on mv accounts against debtors. This is
the last nonce. THOS. P. SHERIDAN.
Roseburg, Aug. 23, 1879.
I have a fine lot ot Spanish Mereno rams
perfectly sound, which I otter for sale very
cbap tor casn. ah iubw wibuiuk w "
nrove their flocks will do well ti call and
om fnr thnmselve and buy if suited, bix
miles from Roseburg, Douglas Co., Ogn.
, II. CONN, Sen.
Being about ready to start tor
San Francisco to Durcnaee our
Fall stock of goods, we desire an
immediate settlement ot all
counts standing upon our books.
Those indebted to us wil' bear it
in mind that this is a final notice
to them and will save trouble
settling at Once.
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A pocket-book belonging to the under
signed, was lost between John Jones' Ford
and Roseburg. This pocket book contains
one note lor $80 dollars, one blank note
for $273. and an order for $:ii). The party
finding the sime will leave it at the Indk
VENDE5T office. Liberal reward given.
MEDLEY S -
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-AT TnE STORE OF
B OOABIFIDE! i! S'jSlL B
GREAT BARGAINS ARE OFFKRED TILL ALL GOODS
ARE CLOSED OUT.
VERY SELECT STOCK !
HABDWABE, TINWAEE AND STOVES
The firm would announce that they have iust
Largest Stocks of Hardware r
Ever brought to Douglas county, and when added to their STOVES OF ALL PAT
TERNS and READY MADE TINWARE, they are prepared to declare they have the
oer. supply in tlietr line ol auy establishment
can purchase elsewhere.
In the shape ot bu.ldtng materials in
superior inducements to purchasers. Try us.
Ve can (rive you bargains in the following brands of stoves, not equalled else
where Buck's, Bonanza. Farmer, Utility. Dexter, Pacific, Wide West, Clarendon
Occident. Imu Kiusr. Empire City, and other stoves wnd ranges.
The best of workmen are constantly employed in the manufacture of our Tinware,
and buyers should learn our prices.
We have also baracins to offer in suns,
as weil as in bhot-guns and 1'istols
We are also Agents for th White, Peerless
we sell at lowest rates and warrant as complete iu every respect.
We can also supply
Averill antl Rubber
The best in the market, at the lowest rates.
Give us a call, inspect our stock, inquire as
anv one can.
GhEAT REDUCTION IN RATES !
ROSEBURG AND COOS BAY
STAGE LINE !
THROUGH IN 64 HOURS
ROSEBURG TO SAN FRANCISCO
Making connections with the Ocean Steam
ers. Steamers arrive and depart every
week certain, and sometimes twice
Roselmrg to Coos Say !
IN OWE DAY!
FARE TO SAN FRANCISCO
by tlis route, $14.50 ; Fare
to Coos Bay, $6.00.
The proprietors of this line would an
nounce to the public that they have made
the above reduction in rates of travel, and
with fine horses and best of stages, are
prepared, better than any one else, to fur
nish accommodations to travelers who
patronize them. The time of transit is
short, tbe road good, and there is no de.
tention on the ronte. The drivers em
ployed are experienced and polite, and
with all will show every . possible atteu
tion. The time of arrival and departure of
steamers may be learned upon ioqui'ing
at the Metropolitan hotel.
For further particulars, inquire of
PERKINS 4 HEADKICK Agerts,
F. 8CHETTER, Agent, Empire City.
Strongly Recommended by the Medi
cal Faculty for
Fever H-tc, Etc.,
In Bottle and by the fallen.
Conppmerg are referred to the following
extracts from the reports of eminent Pub
lic Assaytsts :
Labratory and OfBVe, )
No. 4. S'ate Street, Boston, f
Geo. Simtnonds, Esq.: Bir The samples
of NABOB WHISKY received from differ
ent parties, have been analyzed with the
following results: It is of standar) alcohol
ic strength and frte from added Savoring
oils, acids, metals, or other deleterious
substances. Ti whisky is pure, of supe
rior quality, and suitable for dietic and
medicinal purposes. Respectfully,
8. DANA HAYES,
State Assayer for Massachusetts.
This is pure barley and wheat spirit, re
markable in fragrant ethers which impart a
delicate aroma, at the same time gradua'ly
1 increasing lis vaiue as a uiuusive atimuiani.
't he solid residue contains large amount of
tannin, derived from storing in oaken casks.
which imparts to fine old vuissyone ot
it valuable individual qualities. The
amount of residue proves the whisky to be
ftee from the excessive coloring and sweet
ening so generally used in adulterating.
In fact, in two words, it is the PUREST
WHISKY, and will not only supply a pub
lie want, now that whiskies are so gener
ally adulterated, but will be of the greatest
value to the physician in those numerous
case in which pure whiskies are the mct
ueful ol all medicines, Q. COOK.
100,000 Cases Sold on
The Pacific Coast within the last year.
tyNoDe genuine unless labelled with
my signature over the cork.
S. MARKS & CO.
AG' TS. ROSEBURG, OGN.
All parties knowing themselves indebted
to the firm of Wright & Carlon, in the
livery stable 1 ufinena, are hereby notified
to make immediate settlement by cash or
note aud thus save costs This is the last
notice. WRIGHT & CARLON.
June 14, 1879.
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Ro seburg. Or.
received and now Lave on hand one of the
in southern Orejton, which they propose
the way of lucks, butt, etc, we can offer
such as Winchester, Sharp and other Rifles,
and New Home Sewing Machines, which
to our prices, and we promise to suit all if
- .3 2 m m
SB S a S-
O I- Li AND, OGN.
Wuuld announce to the public that
they are prepared with the best ot materi
al to supply all demanps in their line.
HaTing enjoyed over twenty years expe
rience iu their trade, all work performed
by them guaranteed to be first-class, and
strictly according to ordr r.
Gibson's Celebrated Har
Pronounced by all who have used them to
be tue best ever Invented, always on
hand snd for sale cheap.
FARM MACHINERY RE
FAIRICD, Give Them a Call.
Sole ''Agents for the Pioneer Misions
Woolen Mills for North Pacific Coast.
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Manufsctures of the
ST ANDARD SHIRTS
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
67 and 69. K ont Stt Portland, OgK
THE EEST FLOUR IN THE MARKET
The Flour of these mills has gained in
popularity until it has come to be known
by purchasers as the best in the market.
Orders from home and abroad tilled
JONES & GATES, Roseburg.
Haness and Saddle s
FINE BARGAINS OFFERED !
JOHN W, MOORE,
Would announce to the public in general
that he has assumed full charge of the sad
dlery store of E. M. Moore, and has on
hand a complete stock in every respect of
Harness, Saddles Bridles,
FUBNISU1NG MA TE RIALS.
And it prepared to do nrsUclass work in
the manufacture of new goods, or in the
repairing of old. Be has purchased his
present fine stock of leathers, etc., on the
very lowest terms, and is prepared to sell
cheaper and do work on terms more rea
sen able than can any ooe else for proof of
which give him a call, at the old stand of
E. M. Moore, north of the Post office. -JOHN
Roseburg, July 16, 1879.
I will give the above reward for any ins
fotmation which will lead to tie detection
ot the .thief and recovery of the ninety
two bushels of wheat stolen from Mr.
Palmer's warehouse a short time ago, and
I would warn the people of Scottsburg. to
the effect that they have thieves in their
midst, ami advise them to take precaution
ary measures against them.
Long Prairie, Douglas County, Ogu..
GREAT REPUBLIC LOST.
Did not Los aay of tio
THEY TURCUASED IN SAN FRANCISOO
IN FACT QTIIKT HAVE A
LABGER! Al BEligTER STOCK GOODS.
Than any other House in thej'Jridty, aud tuither Additions
to the rtock will arrive withjEvery Incoming Steamer.
Th9 Firm, Therefore J 'Cannot fail in Supply'
LATEST STYLES ANDi'iTIIE VRWKST PATTERN'S.
And lin every Instance!
DRY GOODS, CLOTOING.! JCiBOOTS, SUE, LADIES,
Gents, atd Children's Fun'nishing Goods, Ladies' Suits,
and the best manutactured;iGold and Silver Watches,
Bracelets, Toys, Rinses,! 35 Chains, Pins, Etc.
O It O C E B I S.
Together with Hardware, Tobacco, Etc.
These goods have all been selected with especial care, and buy-
era may easily test their quality and
We still stick to the old motto:
g-And we never coasluer it trouble to show goods.
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R. Briiekenritlre & Robt. Eaxton,
Opposite T. P. Sheridan's Hardware
Mantle pieces made from Italian and
American, marble monuments, and tomb
stones, made to order, and first-class work
warranted in this line. Anything in the way
f Btnno-cuttinR promptly performed, and
all orders promptly filled." Always a full
stock of marble and other stone on hand
and in case of any repair in this line in the
shape of billiard tables, etc., satisfaction
will be guaranteed.
K. BRACKENRIDQE & ROBT EASTON.
MOUNT SCOTT MILLING COMPANY
J. JTI. ROWLEY,
WOULD ANNOUNCE TO THE CITI -lens
of Douglas county and yicinity, that
he has pmchased an interest in
NORTH UMPQTJA !
And has taken
FULL CONTOL OF THE SAME.
He has had 20 years experience in tha
business of lumber-making, and guaran
tees to all customers perfect satisfaction.
He will delirer all kinds of
DRESSED AND PLAIN LUMBER
At Roseburg or elsewhere cheaper than
can be purchased from any other mill, and,
all orders will be promptly tilled. Con
tractors and builders will find it to their
advantage to inquire for terms and prices.
He is also a practical architect and build
er, and all having such work will be bene
fitted by calling upon aim before going
eiswhere. J. M. ROWLEY,
Having purchased tbe bucher-shop of 8
Crauier, I am now prepared to furnish cus
with the finest of j
At lowest rates. - I would call attention of
consumers to the fact that : I have one o
the best cutters, and am prepared to fur
ikish meatttas desired. Always fat cattle
Give me a trial and if I do not suit you
as to quantity, quality and prices, then I
shall not complain it you go clwwhere.
i It. ilcOBEUOB,
Roseburg, Oregon. t
2?n'H'ei , o o fa . f i-1
Largo Stools of Spiag
jofier the best of Bargains.
FULL LINES IN
cheapness by givinr us a call.
"Uuiek, sales aim small pronta.
GOOD BREAD AT LOWEST PRICES
Would announce that he always keept? on
1. 1 -11 f 1. 1' S' 1 . . . .
iinuuau un-ii rruin, vanaies. iuis, uaaes.
Pies and all kinds of canned Fish, Jellies,
r ruits, Oysters, Honey, etc., and In conn
uection therewith he has a Bakery and an
experienced Buktr from , Portland, audi
will furnish the best of bread (25 loaves
for ft. 00) to any one wishing the same
at their residence or at the store. Orsham
bread supplied whenever desired. Store
and Bakery next door to Dr. Woodruffs
drugstore and opposite Sheridan Bros.,
Roseburg, Give me a call.
U. Fisheb Proprietor.
W. F. OWENS & PLYMALE,
lowarding and Commission
Will give special attention to fordwarding
goods consigned to their care. Freight
money advanced. Commission reasonable.
All business in this line shall receive our
All goods consigned to oar care should
be marked. "G. B. A." Roseburg.
L. A. SMITH
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Special attention paid to Training, and
also painting of everykind done Give me
J. J. COMSTOOK
Is prepared to furnish all kinds ol lumber
in Roseburg, dressed or plain, at rates
lower than any one else. Having tbe best
machinery in the county, he ran do better
than any one else, and will fill orders
promptly. Any kind of lumber furnished
the day the order is received. Address
J. J. COM9TOCK,
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE AND WAGON
Has opened a shf p in Roseburg, next door
to Watkins' Brot hers, and he is prepared to
do all work In his line at low prices and on
short notice. A specialty made of
In which he is prepared to give satisfac
tion and lowest rates.
Those who wish to purchase every
kind of lumber would do well to call on
N. Gates at the flouring mills, Roseburg; if
be has not the lumber on hand, all omers
left with him will be promptly filled from
he mill, 3 AS. H. TIPTON.
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Woud Inform their patrons that
brick store, and are in receipt of the
LARGEST STOCK OF
This Stock was selected by one of tbe
Kan rancisco market, and
LATEST PATTEKNS U
LADIES' FANCY and
PLAIN DRESS GOODS,
With as there is also to be found
a full assortmeut of
Ladies' TJlTDZTTXlt, E
a the line oi Ladies', Misses and
Shoes and Gaiters.
Oar stock is 6o complete that
one can tm to be suited.
We have with the above a lull
Which we offer at the lowest
rates, and which will be
found satisfactory to all who
ALSO A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
G-roceeris, Crockery, Glassware
Grain, "Wool and Produce of Every Description
Bought and Highest Cash Price Paid for Them.
Patrons will take notice that as our stock was purchased after
the decline in prices in San Francisco, we are prepared to sell,
goods cheaper than any other house in the city.
Particular Attention Paid to Horse-Shoeing.
G. MARKWICII Proprietor,
Would inform the public that be is pre
pared to do all kinds of Blackgmitbing and
Wagon-Making in a workmanship manner.
He haa also hacks hret-claas tor sale,
('all and see him at his shop on Oak Street,
near Aoraham's Switch. 4-6
N OTIC TO SHIPPR S.
Having decided on dlscontinuo? the for.
warding business, we desire to irive notice.
that from and after the loth of February
next we will not receive any more freights
into our warehouse. All persons in arrears
fo; freight charges are requested to make
mmeaiate payment- f or the accomoda
tion of those who live in and about Jack
I son vi lie, by kind consent, Mr. Max MuK
ler will receive and receipt for us.
& MARKS & CO.
Rosebtjro, January 8th. 1879,
MANNING & VANWINKLE,
Old and experienced blacksmiths would
announce to the people of Calipooia pre
cinct and the traveling public that have
opened a blacksmith shop at Oakland
They have all materials found in a first-
class establishment, are workmen of manv
year's experience, and feel justified in aay
'"K mey can an L,rq x W UJ&XlL en
trusted to their care with neatness and up
on me snoriest nonce.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECI-
Give the firm a call, and they will never
sena irora tueir sbop a lame horse, and
prove to patrons that a shoe well put on
will last a horse longer than will a boot
on a man, and be twne as "omforiab'e.
FARM MACHINERY REPAIR D
In a permanent manner and satisfactory to
patrons. In this line we propose to do
work cheaper than the cheapest .
tMANNINQ & VANWINKLE
In tbs Circuit of the Mate of Oregon for
the County of Douglas 88. -
Ida W, Babcoolc, plaintiff vgGeorge B.
Suit in equity to dissolve marriage con
tract and tor care and custody of child.
To George B. Babcook, defendant:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
Oregon, you are hereby summoned and
required to appear in tbe above entitled
Court and suit and answer tbe complaint
of plaintiff on file against you in said suit
in the Clerk 8 office for Douglas county,
Oregon, on or before the first day of the
next regular term of said Circuit Court
that shall occur alter the publication of
this summons for six successive weeks, to
wit: At the next regular term of said Court
that is to be held at Roseburg, in the
connty and State aforesaid, on the third
Monday, the 20th day of October. 1879,
and yoo are hereby notified that
unless you do so appear and answer
said plaintiff will apply to the sxld Court
for the relief for prayed in the complaint,
which is a decree dissolving the bonds of
matrimony existing between plaintiff sod
said defendant, and praying for the child,
the issue of said marriage' contract bet
ween plaintiff and said delendaot, and
plaintiff's coateand disbursements of this
This Summons is published by order of
Hon. J. F. Watson, Judge of the above
entitled Court. Dated the third day of
September, 1879. A. H. KENNEDY. .
they have moved to their new
members ot the firm in th
embraces all styles ana
LINEN SUITS, NECKTIES,
PARASOLS, KID GLO V ES-
Under this heading thera is eve
.rvlhiog to please the tastes
Every Latest Stylo la
troduced Aud all Goods ot the best mate
rials and improve! finish,
EYEBY STYLE YOUTHS' CLOTH-
Dress &, business suits,
HATS, CAPS, ETC
o. MARKS & UO.
NEW STATE HOTEL, .
Opposite W. F. Co's- Express Office,
CORNER M k. f5AT,TKOT?"NTA
(Streets, Jacksonville, Oregon.
Meals at All Hours,
New Rooms and Clean Beds. Satisfaction
C. W. SAVAGE, Proprietor.
GO TO S. HAMILTON'S
Drags, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Window and
Picture Glass, Stationery, Perfumery,
if you wish to purchase them cheaper
than at any place soa'h ot
Would announce that he has spared neith
er time nor money in selecting a stock and
fitting up a store. Purchases all staple
drugs in New York for cash, thereby se
curing tbe lowest prices and finest articles
and keeps full lines of
Gtot&. Kair, U&ll Taath
BpHSfies, pa?tit9 Wfi!te
Windsor and Newtons tube colors. Win
dow and Picture Glass, every size, at
Lowest rice, by box or pair. Blank
1 . 8' VJ11'0 PaPr. envelopes, pens.
AH new Patent Medicines m stock as
demand will warrant. GLlSS CUT
TO ORDER, free of charge. Agent for
THREE MIXED PAINTS
The celebrated and thoroughly tested PA.
ENAMEL PAINT. Agent lor M.
Gray, Music Dealer, Hau Francisco.
' Prescriptions filled with dispatch, at the
lowest rates. Store is accessible at right
window on back street at all honrsof the
night. Remember the place. Brirk build
ng opposite Metropolitan Hotel, Uosooura ,
WEEKLY LINE of STEAMERS
PAPT fJ WATT nrwiiciVsvE'T
CAPT. CUAS, BATLER..COMMANDEB
For Freight or Passage Apply to
FRANK BARNARD & CO 21 3 JACK
SON ST., San Faandwco. -
' -OB '
FRED SCDETTER, Empire City.
"WXSTLEY & DENNY.
General Agents for
REIGLE BROS. COPYING
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA,.
Photographs enlarged in India Ink, Was
t ?r colors and crayon, from 8 to 10 inches
to life-size. Office for the Sta e of Oregon
at No. 6 Morrson street (St. uharles Hotel
building) Portland. Orders imu tbe inte
rior pMinptly attended to. ddress,
WESTLY& DENNY, P.O. Box 224.
. Pobtlakd, Oregon.