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About The Douglas independent. (Roseburg, Or.) 187?-1885 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1880)
KtSOLLllON Of tXDOUSKSlENT
HESEA8, THB 10U6LAS iMDKPKAbENT
ft oewnpopfr published In RoseburiT. fau
' been published in this county for tbe period
of three years ; and . ,? -
Whereas, said newspaper is now wl
establlflwd, nnd during s, three years' trial
It has faithfully served tbe interests of the
producer' and tax-payer ; therefore be it
jtutMiea, e, me members ot the t.'inp.
juOrHOK So. 29, do give Tmt Douglas j
Isdbpekdknt our unqualified endoeemeot.
ad w,iuld recommend it as ft newspaper I
orthy the patronage of every farmer and
ax payer in boutnern Oregon,
Uko. W. Jokes, Master. :
J. P )csC4H. fe-jretary
SATURDAY. ... .... AUGUST 7, 1880.
There is a desire on the part ot jot
some to aivide tne county of
Wanco. i'oo often connties are I
divided that office-6eeker may
have opportunity to seenre office, j
Dd the end aimed at is not that
the people's interest may in the
msjority be i'lrthered, but that
the chances for political success
on tnev pari ot schemers may be
doubled. When the Dohticians
find followers in such matters, it
is generally that the first are I
those who grumble and complain
because the wants ot the majority
and economy in trade will not
permit the opening of a general
thoroughfare cast their front
doors. There are cases, it is true, J
where a county is tco large, and
should be divided; but those cases
are rare in Oregon and the peos I
nle who succeed in creatine divi-
m f 0 .
sion of the county in the end
must find that they have gained
nothing more than two sets of
county officials instead of one,and
double taxes to pay in order that
the two sets . ol officers may be
The way that politicians argue
it now, in order to make vote
tor their respective candidates, is
that Garfiell at one time earned
a whole barrel of fiour from the
railroad cars, a distance Of two
feet, to the depot 'platform, and
that Ilancock't mothers wife's sis-
tera eightynintb cousin was a
handsome' woman. There ia a lot
of "principle" in all of this: First,
that Garfield can carry a bar-
rel of flour: second, thai Han
cock had a good-looking relative.
Now, GarSeld's barrel of flour as-
pher, could not feed a nation if
placed at that nation disposal
when starvation stared it to the
face, and Hancock's wife's eighu
tysnmth .cousin could not possi-
bly hare much effect upon the
shadow of a man who became to
her, her ninety-ninth cousin by
mignty imngs; dui now can ani
... . l it IT
AT; V H "7
of a candidate for the presidency?
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Wm. II. Watkinds' case was
dismissed by Judge Stott of the
district. As we stated
lass week, is now evident beyond
doubt the charge of illegal vot
ins was made against Mr, FTat -
kinds through pit e. We are on-
.ly sorry that Mr. Watkinds was
not permitted by the conrt to
ahow iiis teeth. We believe it
. but just that every man shall not
only be heard in his own defense,
tin 4linf ItA ahalf Kova on nnnnr.
tanity to prove the character and
purpose of his accusers. Though
!.. t----. mi(w w. wff
kinds, he has been cleared ot the
charge brought against him. We"; 'a,L?c:
iUA tn M. .Vw,atr.
IUOI lUbUUBU V V1VI v a .
.... ; irtHrtn nf Rwot Wil.
i:.-- o f,0
liam's success, and rejoice at the
' poor success ot his enemies.
mu uiMKi. nt n,.it
the ScienUfi American, by preJ' ' V P
. . '. . ,
paring a couple ot glass luoes oi
1. t. t . liny
with pure oxygen, and containing
a few particles of carbon; tree
from appreciable amount of ash;
that prepared from line leai sugar
gtves very good results. The
, tubes are of precisely equal
weight, and bermetioally sealed,
Bv heating one' of them the char-
coal is caused to burn, and ulti-
mately to disappear; the tube and
;nfa fcn7flrr. ra of course
. -aa . X - J.L. Alk f -
toundstui to oaiance to tu otu
tabe (waicn naa not oeeu uetu,
hfiinsr nreeiselv the same weight
it was at nm.
Baron Grant', profits out of the
Emma mine have been estimated
at 8500,000, and that sum, theo-
retically, will be turned over to
the swindled shareholders. Prac-
tically, they will get precious lit-
tie, as between a bankrupt estate
e nd an army ot hungry attorneys
the chances of any money getting
out of the Court is as hopeless as
dividends on the Comstock.
The man who hopes ever, has
i,a attraction in the inture that
jkss tiia work a lifetime.
KEEP ON THE FAEJL
In these dull times, when scores
young men are out ot employ
ment and others are crowding in
trora other places seeking for bo
called genteet situations, it is
well to give wide publicity to Bach
tacts as are set forth in the follow-
ng extract from; the New York
Journal ot Commerce. One ol
great problems ot our day,too
Uttle discussed by those who have
ear of the public through the
press or at the lorani, is to tarnish
young men of this generation
with remunerative: employment,
lne proiessions are all over
crowded. The shopkeepers are
by tar too numerous. Agencies
ot all kinds are so multiplied that
the occupants tread on each oth
era, toes and are a bore and nui-
gance to tbe general public. -1
: . ' 1 ' ' a .'
clerks out of employment
willing to serve tor a pittance are
to be leckoned by their tens of
thousands. Bookkeepers .with
hungry eye are reaamg me aa-
vertUement lists in the vain hope
an opening for tiieir npphca
uons. uoueciors, messengers,
doorkeeper, watchmen, conducr
tors, and the great variety of otb
ere already expert, seeking em-
ployment in kindred callings, are
anxiously waiting- lor .toina one
to engage them. livery possible
form of service that can be reck
joned in the list of genteel oceu-
nations is eagerly sought after by
the multitudes who have no other
provisions for their daily needs,
The men who have been tryiug to
live by their-wits, must go to the
Ibench or in thej field aud work;
jof these the boiIi oflere the mo8t
accessible and at first the most
remunerative employment. Th
mass ot the unemployed must
seek sustenance i from the bosom
of the mother j earth. Land is
cheap, and there w a wide area
that awaits the tiller. The back
J may ache and the skin blister in
the sun, but the bread can be
made without fear of failure if
the laborer will be tanhiul to his
calling. It needs less wisdom
and forethought that patient in
dustry, and the man with a com
mon mind may eat his harvest in
peace. ; - i
England is said to be a beef
eating nation; perhaps a mutton
eating wou'a joe the more ac-
curate teim. The French, while
they eat but half as much meat,
use a larger proportion of beef,
55 per cent, and only 13 per cent
of mutton. They are, like the
Americans, pork-eaters, using 80
per cent, of swine's flesh. In the
United States pork is the pnnci
pal meat, beef next: in order,
as large a proportion a in France,
As to quantity, the American
uses fully as much as an Eng-
man and Frenchman together,
the latter requiring average per
capita abjut fifty pounds per
annum, or half as much as tbe
I . I hAre la u nmaA PAntoar ho,
I fw0An flhl Qn1 Tllini fti A
t - ' . - vj . aiiiuvio IVI bu
, . r Ql .
In 1870, Ohio had 2,665,260. and
Tll. ... - an. ' '
i Illinois i,,ooif,oii. ine ainerence
123,897 was not a large one
to overcome, and Illinois was
confidently expected to take third
place. The j census shows the
population so close that the offi
Iciat figures will be required to fix
their relative j places. The popu-
lation in either will not vary
much from from 3,100,000. The
first and second places are held,
of conr?e, by New York and
1 . " " , , .
plated census returns of ciN
e8 g'vee the largest per cent of
increase to Denver, Colorado.
f1. 614-f 0i;"me0aP1" come9
w " vulJ H BW XOrK DUt 24
s - . . ... m m
BUU ipnia z. Among the
shiest is New Orleans, which is
lne; Boston Herild tells the
"u wuiuusmsiic veteran
pers entit ner him
to ?i,ouu ar-
I f .v..444H.S
as he left the
City Hall: By George, if I could
meet the dastardly rebel that shot
me, I wouid treat him.
Aoenuman ear is sensitive to
vibrations reaching to 38,000 in a
second. Other portions of the
body, especially in yonth are
equally sensitive to the vibrations
of the Blipper, though we believe
that a high rate of speed has
UCer Mee attained
I " f
Tne Gerraan Goverament hag
expelled Mor:Jlon migsionarie9
..-. .. vuuuu;, a .18 id a
wise movement, and England,
f" should follow
Mount Washington has a pleas
ant climatefor the polai bear or
Charles Francis Adams. Winter
euded on that genial summit
about the 4th of July, and now it
has begun snowing.
An earthquake occurred at
Itfanilla, the chief city of the
Philliphme Islands, lat week.and
nearly all the houses ot the city
are In rams. Some S50 lives
were lost. '
We heartily endorse the following
which we take from the "Sunday Mer
' "Those wno are opposed to me
present Supreme Court re-hearing ar
guments In cases where tbe decisions
so offensive to the people genera
ally, cite "rule" of law practice that
one court cannot open a case decided
by the previous Judges of the same
court; but .they forget another "rule"
of practice which was most outrage
ously, and, it would seem, most ma
liciously and corruptly violated by the
Judges of the Supreme Court The law
a party to a suit shall have two
days after a decision is rendered in
which to move for a new trial; but the
Judges of tbe Supreme Court cir
cumvented anything of the kind, fot
they very cunntogly held back a num
ber of decisions till the very last day
of the last session of their court, so
that there would be no chance for mo
tions for a re-hearing. '. Aud strange
and convincing of fraud a9 it may
seem, somi o the most offensive decis
ions given by the late Supreme Court
were among those given on the last j joe
day that Prim and Kelly sat together
as supreme Judges. .Does not bucu
conduct give -good cause to believe
those who cry 'bribery and corrup
tion" and point the fing.-r of shame at
the condemned Judges? Certainly it
does, and people are not slow in think
ing so. Hence the reputations of the
late Judges, the rights of law and the
respect of the people of thia. whole
State demand that an opportunity
should be given for Kelly and Prim to
show the authority for their decisions
or say naught against the restitution
of property which bus been wrongful
It taken from innocent and ruined
Borne newspaper fiend gets oS
it. f il ... I
tne suiiowiiik ''"'"- wuivu
without- credit or endorse-
meut, because we don't kuow
who wrote it. The author should
have said sometimes about bad
copy, as compositors sometimes
find the ptactice convenient when
tbey can't decipher the editor's
Tforo ia thn mnna
counsel ot our author, word for
word: Young man, don't swear.
There is no occasion for swearing
ontside ot a : newspaper office,
where it is useful in proof read
ing, aud indispensably necessary
in getting forms to press. It has
been known alno, materially to
assist an editor in looking oyer a
paper after it is printed. But
otherwise it is a very foolish
John Hatch, a watchmaker and
jeweler, who settled in Sacra
tnento in 1849 and has resided
there aim03t continuously ever
since, died in that city last week
at the age of 77 years, lie was a
native ot Graft n, N. II., and
and first came to this coast iu
1834, in the employ of the Ameri
can Fur Company.
King of the Blood
Cam all Scrofaloiu ffoction and dinrden rwnlt
nc from Impurity of the blood. It ia mwdlaM to
apaoity all, u the nfferr an uoaUj pcrcure tkair
eauae; tmt Salt Mieum, iimpi, Ultsrrt, Twmmt,
Ooitrt, SttlUnffM, gco.t an tlx moat aonunoo, aa
oll aa uu7 agartiona ot th Heart, titod, J,ttir
and Sitmtack. ,
WontUrfol Cor ef Bllndaeii.
P. SAiraow, So Co.: Tot the bcacflt of aB
toonblod with Berofula or Impur Blood in thair
mUms, I bonbr noommend King of th Blaoa,
I hT been troubled with Berofula for tho put ton
yean, which ao affected mr eyn that I waaeom.
plotoly blind for at months. I was nowuiundod
is try King ot the Blood, which hat profnt
blaating to ma, as it has eompletcly eursd me, and
I obesrf ally noommend it to all tioablda I hsrs
saaa. Toun trulr.
Has. 8. WsUthulow, bsrdiitU, N. T.
sjf&- Si j r
wiU ba paid to any Public HoipHal to ba ant.
ally agTMd opon, for crvry ortineAt of thismsdi
aiaa pabliabsd by ns which is not ittins.
' To show our faith ia th safety and exeaUanec ef
th X. II., upon proper personal application, whoa
satisfied that no imposition is intended, we will
its tbe names of all its nurndients,bT affidaTH.
The above ollttn wen merer made before y the pro.
prietor of any other Family Medicine in the world.
Many teatlmoaxtals.f arther tnformstioB. and
Many testimonials, f arther informstioa, and
full directions for asing will be found in the past
phlet " Treatise on Diseases of tbe Blood," ia
which each botUe is enclosed. Price tl per bottle eon
tain ing 12 ounces, or 40 to M dossal 6old br drua.
V. lUxaoM.Soa A Co..ProoT.Bir2alo.if.T.
Appetite, refreshing sleep, the ac
ulsiti iod of flesh and co!or.are blessings
atendrtut upon the reparative process
se which this priceless invigoraut
speedily initiates and carries to a suc
cessful conclnsion. Digestion is re
stored and sustenance alibrdexl to each
life-sustaining organ by the Bitters,
which ia inoffensive even to the fem
inine palate, vegetable in composition
and thorougly safe. For sale by all
druggists and dealers.
AG EXT Tea.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers Id
914 and 213 Front Street,
.... 115 -
Rtftt STOMACH f& ,
Wishes tbe public to understand that be
- ; ' has established a.
Oakland,-and on the 'shortest notice
supply tlie trade ana private -partie
m number of brooms, ot all style
and sizes, cheaper, than, they esn be pur
chased elsewhere. He has had long expe
rience in the business, ana guarantees sat
isfaction. Orders lrom aoroaa promptly
filled. Give him a trial.
Joe Vermont was sir.'d by Carton's Wor-
..... v. dam's, aide. L,umix ana uiii. i
is a full developed four year old beau j
tiful buy. He will mute twe presenv w-
son, commenr.inR bi j i
Saturday (Cth and lOtn), na at noiue
Terms can be bad tf appiyin? - rv-
T-wo to five Tnousana
E"we3. from 1 to 2
CLEAN AND "WELL-BRED.
Give price aud full particulars. Address I
B. O. FAKRAB.
522 Pine street, St. Louis, Mo.
Sifeita' V 3E&VJet,
B. F. ELLSWORTH, PROPRIETOR,
The nronrietor would announce that f
has once more assumed control ot thia oop
K.mM rut.lv uuder the manR2iinet
of Mrs. Oibson) and that he will attend to J
the wants of natrons in a nrbiwias" u-e;,-
Tk tnl.l will be iUDOlied with befl'
I . i - a- 1 .V,. U...U ill. tinnan I
tne liliiritei aiiorus. umu
re well furnished neat and clean, ana
pains will be spared to render (jnoRtscoir -
For Sale Tor
ii. sans Caain.
GEORGE W. GEH.GERi
Announces that be will S.-U hi tmv Urui,
aituated on the south fork of IVer creek, 1
,n the conntv road, seven miles east of
Hoseburg, lhser creet muning turougu me
IiEdCRIFTIOS Or FAUM :
Wll imoroved. eood orchard, two story
dwelling house, a convenient barn. There
are 200 acres ofUrmin'e land, and 100
in prain. Will sell all or port. For
narticnlara mauire ot
r urn wr nv:(iJ?T
RoseburiZ. Oregon, May 22.
J. N 1 E D E R S T A D J ,
(La of San Francisco)
Would anannnce to tbe public that he ha
purchased the interest of H. FiSHEH in
And that he has bad fiheen years ezpe-
riencean Srat-cla-a bakeries in the city of
San Francisco as a baker. lie, thcreiore.
is nreoared to conduct tbe bakery in a
j first-class manner, and will warrant all his
work as firel-clas.
The Bsst Of Bread,
Either wheaten. oaten or rye, always on
hand. Cakes, pies and crackers of the fin-
est quality for sale; and wut-ther lor bans,
parties or private families, all orders will
be promptly filled at the lowest rates. Id
connection with the Bakery I will keep
friuts and vegetables, candies, nuts and
notions, and with this regard 1 will not be
undersold by any one.
(Jive me a trial, Then if I cannot suit
you as to quantity and quality and pt ices
no one cn. J. IN IfcJJh-HSTAU r.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
In the county court of the Stale of Ore
gon, for the connty of Douglas.
In the matter oi the estate of Charles Vail,
A. C. Xounfr, administrator of the
above estate having tins 31st day of
May, 1880, filed his final accounts for
settlement, and also praying that day
be Bet apart for tbe hearing of the same,
tl erefore Dmice is hereby given that tbe
final account will be heard and determined
in said court ou Tnesday July Gilt, 1880,
at which time all persons having ny ob
jections to said final account and settles
ment must and there make the same.
Published in the Douglas INDEPEND
ENT for four couseculive weeks, by older
oi lion. J. UttrtdiB, conntv judge.
T. B. SHERIDAN. Clerk
By W. T. WRIGHT, deputy
ItOBBUUlw, Alay OiSt, A. D. 1SSU.
Preserve Your Fruit and Pay Off
Bead the following testimonials
from some of the best citizens of Doug,
county who speak from experience
omy: , . .. .
Deep Creek, May 7, 18R0.
This ia to certify that we' have a PI qui
mer fruit Dryer. -During last 6?xeon we
dried nearly all kinds of fruit It will do
all that is recommended and more. Our
apples brought nine cents per pound early
in the Season and are worth thirteen cents
at thiii date. We do not believe it can be
excelled by acy other drver in the State.
WHS. is. ADAilS.
Wilbur, May 4, 1888.
I used a Plummer Fruit Dryar bouirht
of Grubbe & Co. last year and dried nearly
1U.UUU pounds of apple, tor winch 1 real
izd tea cents per pcuod. It did better
work than was promised and I made more
money than 1 could lrom any otbsr Lusi
Dess. I only run the machine two months,
Harvy Jones savs : I have a Plummer
Frutt Dryer, and it has done ail recom
mended it would do : and turns out the
handsomest fruit I ever saw. I shali rnn
It this year to its full extent. - -Win.
Boon, of Calapooia says : I hired
a machine for f 100 and dried on shares
and made more than I could tanning.
Mr. Tipton, of Mt. Scott, says the Plum
mer machine is the best I ever saw and it
is all that is recommended, aud more.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES' THAT
the undersigned executors ot the es
tate of 8. D. Willis, deceased, have filed a
final account (herein ; and that the 5th day
of July, A. D., 1880. fcaa been appointed,
for the hearing of objections to such acx
count and the settlement thereof, in the
conntv court for Douglas county, Oregen.
WM. R. WILLIS, ,
O. L. WILLIE,
"n may be found on
file at tiEO. F
koWKU. A Co l
Kewspapnr AdvctrtlslnaT Burean tiO Spmea)
Btreeti.wbereaitver. esf ;
tistnir (xmtractB may -it J Vtit I
be untie tot it iaii4W IWsmU
'W.: i&. W O O f f A E D .
Would announce that he has just received one of the most comrlete stocks of
LEATHERS, SADDLBWAHE, TRIMMINGS, Etc.
Rt-metnber this muoh : I propose to
Bin Francisco, and no one can undersell me.
from S. Mara s Wa. brick, store.
This space is reserved for
D. B. BICE, J?I.
rhjsician and Surgeon,
Office first donr south of Dr. Hamilton's
drug store, Ou Main atreet.
FOR SALE 1
THOROUGHBREDS TO OFFER
I wi'l sell 40 Spanish Merino bucks
which have been reared on my place. They
are Buoerior buocks and will suit the ideas
of every sheep' raiser. They will be sold
very cheap for cash, and I invite the sheep
raisers of Dunulas county to inspect them.
Tbey will be found at my farm, six miles
southeast of Rneburg, on the Coles valley
road. (Jj3m2) - H. CONN, t?R.
I" WISU TO ANNOUNCE TO THE
publie that I wilt pay no bills of Mrs.
Kitchell hereafter. C. L. KJTCHELL.
Koeebnrg, June 15, 1880. 4w.
AT FAIR OAKS, OREGON
Sampson Sutherliii, Prop.
MT NEW STORE AT FAIR OAEES 13
now completed and Blled with a fine
stock of goods, embracing everything foun I
in a first-class country store. I am pre
pared to to supply farmers with all kinds
ol goods, at lower prices than they can be
secured elsewhere. Horses, cattle, sheep
and hoirs and all kinds of country pro
uce taken and highest market price paid
for the same. Give me a cal! aud satisfy
yourself, EAMPSON SUTHEKL1N.
BLACKSM1T1IING & WAGON
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
Horse-shoeing a specialty, and satisfac
tion guaianteed. Terms low for cash or
approved 'credit, and work done when
wanted. Those indebted to me are hereby
notified that all outstanding debts must
be paid by January 1st, 1880 ; by so deinst
all old patrons will do me a favor, and
find me able to put in a first-class stock in
the, coining Spring. The stock will be
there ; but I wish a settlement with old
friends, and with lull stock be able to
sell thetu work cheaper than ever.
JOHN L. AKZNEB.
ZIMMERMAN & FRAZER, PROS.
1 ' ' -
Castings of. any size and -
IRON ; WORK
Of every dusuiDtion nnatly and promptly
Grist, -Quartz and
Made to order. Portable and Stationary
Hade to order and WARRANTED. '
ra FOUNDRY :
One block snath
the Depot. ,
The CHICAGO LEDGER, a literary
am family paper, can bo hart by sending t
Chicago, Illinois. Price, S3 00 per year.
The Ledger is publlsbad weekly and ba
eight pages, and tbe tone of its stories and
other matter is pure and moral, sad well
calculated lor toe tamlly.
Ever brought to Rosebur, and that lie is now better prepared to off. superior lu
dacements id his lioe to purcliamr than ever belore. In -
He has the larptsr, best and cheapest etrx-k ever ff red rale in Sontliern Orviron.
Ilit Siid'Mlles and harness are reudy wade, and thoiw In wkut nf liarneas need not
sutler drlay, since ho has all sizes and feiyieg, und on live miuuie,' notice can fit any
una out with from
1 to 20 Setts of Harness or 20 Fine Common Saddles.
None but the best of workmen employed and patrons will find In my store
11 Styes inTJliips, Buggy Trimmings, oTses,
Taney and Common Bridles,
And in fact everything else kept in a Srst-claxs eaddlerv and hnrueas store.
teU cheaply as do dealers in the city of Portland,
KepaitlDg done with oeatness and djsi'o!i.
I " W. Cr.
-STORE OF SOUTHERN OREGON .
THE LARGEST AND
IAI S Hi
Foreign and Domestic Fruit in Their Store, Huts.
CANDIES AND CALIFORNIA CRACKERS.
EverytLing in tho shape ot
WililM, PECK & COJeh
. . AND
AND DEALERS IJf
KEY WEST if EW YORK CIGARS
Kos. 126, 128 & 132 Market Street,
Kos. 23 & 24 California Street,
COMMENCING APRILloT, 1830,
The Celebrated Stallions
Will stand for the ensuing season as fol.
lows: Roseburg on Fridays and Satur
days; other times at home, six miles norh
west oi the Cole's valley rond. If change
is made in these arrangements, due notice
will be given. H. CONN, Sr.,
Rates of Wervioe: To insure, $10.
Ali communications by mril must be ad
dressed to the proprietor, Koseburg, Ores
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Each subscriber will be presented with
several varieties of rare and valuable tree,
vegetable and flower seeds, equal in value
to the subscription price of the paper.
Send for sample copy, sriviufr lull car
8. F. BULLETIN CO., '
8an Francisco Cal.
JACKSOX STBEET, BOSEBUKO. :
. The proprietor of. this well-known and
popular report woul & thank bis friends for
' their liberal patronage in the past and ask
ror a continuance ottne same in the future.
The public is informed that I keep none but
the best brands of wines, liquors andxtfjs.ru,
and that 1 sell over the bar the celebrated
JESSE MOORE tt CO.'S
- KENTUCKY WHISKIES
Agooa ouuara uoie will oe lount in
the aloon; also tbe leading paper, of tbe
A good billiard table will be found in
of tbe world.
I import my materials direct from
Store and ehnp on ihp (vrnr west
IO H IL Y
Groceries to be touml at their store
Income 12 Months,
Premiums Since Organisation,
Losses Pnid Si nee Organization,
.Losses Paid In Oregon in 7 Years,
The HOME MUTUAL has bad for
r over Seven Years, .
Deposited with the State Treasurer of
Oregon for the protection of
GEO. L. STORY, Portland,
Manager Oregon, Washington a Idaho
scFESvrsoRS : '
C H. Lewis, of Allen k. Lewis: P.
' W awesjKi), of WtrWrtaan a Cq,; J.
, McCraken, f J. Sken A Co.
The onderBigned takes pleasars In
announcing to the citizens of Rose
uurg anu vicinity uiat oe nas received
the amnT rrf thiium loHlr i
2 . iMS
panyor the Pacifio Coas
k 6, hursh, Agent,
F a f ? h
T11XT SIX U' DAW
j To Purchasers, consisting of Their Entire
I Embracing a Full and Complete Line of
i s m
, . .AKD. . .
OREGON AND CALIFORNIA FLAN
NELS AND CA8S1MEKES.
OUR STOCK OF.
and Quality is not Equalled in this
Market. It consists of ,
MEN, BOYS' & YOUTHS'
SUBSTAUTIAL WINTER GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, TIES, M.
We have on hand a Fall Etock oi
Paints Gils & Glass.
Remember our motto " Low Prices and
Agent KNAPP, BOKRELL Cov
Jackson Street, Koseburg,
vm. iLErmoiii prop
announce to the pobllc tLat
Jl art af AMwtanH r .L.TJLV.-'"'
- ---;'U4WOU1oth-baif of section 8. in township 87
l It keep oa band fine
'sm. ' ,
7iS53, Liquet & Girzss
... -superlative . : :
Bet ia tlie Worlll,
The Superlative Baking Powder is the
tandurd urticle of the United States for .
I trenglli and purity The beet article ito
general bsking purjiocw ev.r introduced.
It Is the cooks favoritn. , Warrau'.ed per-
I fectly pure and supericr to anuhing of the
I kind now in the market, for healthful nees
I and strength jsroducing at all rimes. The
I mint delicious ciolting. ur Sale by
i grocers, or seut direct by mail en receipt .
of sirty (Ol)) centu for one pound can. 80
in cans only. Full weight guaranteed. A4- .
SupeilaUve l.ak.ng rowuer t,
Ill CUambsniii., Newrirk
SHOW THIS TO TODR GRHeKK.
R. BRECHENRIDGE I
Opiosit T. T. Sliendan'8 Bardwar
Store, - -
ROSKBUKCr, OREGON. '
Slantle pieces made from Iuliaa and
tmnrini. marble monuments, and tonju
1 stones, made to order, and first-class work
rarrsntmi in this ' me. Anytmng in tn way
1 of stone-cutting qromptly performed. .
I all orders promptly filled. Always foil
I stck of marble and othr stons on hand
and in case) of any repair m ttus une in tn-
l shape oi billiard tables, etc, satisfaction
will be guaran eea.
House, Sign and Carriage
S ri TEE,
draining, Marbling, Kalsomining and
Paperhanging and wall-tinting prompt
1 attended to at low fates. Orders to bo
be left at Or. 6. Hamilton's drags tore.
: Farqnar's Eestaurant
ON JACKSON STKEET, R06EBUKG..
Announces to the public that he has
reopened the restaurant opposite
Haffendea Bros., and will
i WITH NTS IT MEALS AT 25 CTS.
ALd that he will supply his tables
I with tbe beet ia the market
JVo Chinese Cook Employed-
E. M. DAVIS, IL D,
PHTSICAIN AND SORCEON.
OFFICE UPSTAIRS IN S, MaRK8
4 Co's brick building, Eoeeborg. Ore
1 coasoltattOB rooat Jor pa-
J. Fa W. S4.IIBSa.Ta Q B
Hcaeopatliio I P3.ciazt
ROSEBUP.G ORK ,ON. "
ILL ATTEST) TO
intrusted to bis care.
A Fine Stock and Fanning Ranch.
Term reasonable, and desire for sair Ir
occasioned throagh a wish to migrate to
AStern uregon. .
For price of land and references Inqtrlrw
of John W. Kelly, at the IsdepebtdexI"
ornae, or the propnotor on tbe preuaisea.
Land for sale 800 a ore of timber and.
grazing and farming land combined ;
about 75,000 of farming land and the re
mainder pasture and timber land. The
above contains a fine orchard sad about I
acres of garden land subject to Irrigation.
There also is a fine lot -of young trees la
the above named orchard, embracing all
kinds peaches, cherries and apples and
1 vines of all kinds. There is a good water
wheel on the stream on the premises thai
affords about a tw el re-horse power, and
runs the sLingie mill of K. B. Martindale
it Son. B. L. STEPHENS.
Coles Vxixrr. Oregon.
There is a chance fot a good bargains
who applv early
Wuuld annonnos to the nnhlin tna
they are prepared with tbe best of materia
al to supply all demanoa ia thl tin. :
Haring enjoyed over twenty Team' mttm.
rience in their trade, all work performed
by them Is guaranteed to bfirflUcita, and
strictly socording to order. . .
Qitsoa's Oeletotcd Has-
FORHALB BT J. W. STBANQE. ROPB.
Pronounced by all who have used them te
be the best ever Invented, always oa
hand and for sale cheap. " - "
FARM . 3IACUINEHY RE
Give Them a Call.
The finest aud best saloon in Rosebarg
JOE AtKES, PROPniETOR.
The best of liquors, the finest of
cigars, and a quiet retreat.
Gentlemen are invited to give me a sail.
Corner jacks in Washington
Keats at All! ICoera.
FRESH OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE
. The only Erst-clas eating boose ia the
city. Tables supplied with i he best, and
eveiyy attention paid to guests.
ROBERT CAMERON. 1
, U, 8. Lmd Office. Rosebnrg, Oregon,
May 10th, 1880.
Notice is hereby given in pttrsuane of
an act ot Congress, of June Sd, 1878. for
the sale of Timber Lands in tbe States of .
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing-,
ton Territory, that Geo. W, Jones and
Wsx O. B. Dixon has filed their ar plica a
ron to purcfa
uon to purchase the nortn-bair or tne
son! h. of r ifeS west.
Any snd II persons eUlmleg adveiwly
the above escribed lsuid, must file tb r
claim in lb Kegister;s o2i jb vjtiin sixty
days fro ia bis date.
W. F. EENJAM1N