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About The Douglas independent. (Roseburg, Or.) 187?-1885 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1880)
JN OF ENDORSEMENT
THB DOCOLAS IHDBPESDEKI
published in Roseburg, hu
d in this wunty lor the period
" , Mid newspaper to now we
nd daring three years' trial
d tax-payer; therefore be it
we,-mo members or tbe Ump
No. 28. do (rire Thb Douglas
.Tour unqualified endosement,
recommend Itut newspaper
patronage of every farmer and
Geo. W. Jokes, Master .
J. P. VcscAs, Sesretary.
Y OCTOBER 80, 1880
lesdav next that is on the
7deitial election will beheld. We
Are happy that the election cannot
postponed, and that tbe time is
ear at hand when" button-holing
ft cease , arid ., politicians will
6ub!e th no morethat is, not
nDti the next campaigns. It las
teen . fncb a case ot perswterJ with mileage.
bntton.boling that halt the tiroeMageous. It
- the editor ot this paper has not
had half enough buttons on his
coat to hide a begrimmed shirt,
cot enough to hold his suspenders,
and onlj enough on bis pants to
cave a sensitive mind in the mat-
. tr of common I mode&ty. No
wonder that after Tuesday there
. will escape from our manly bosom
a deep, drawn eigh of relief, and
that we anxiously look 'forward
to tbe time when men will no
longer inquire as to each others'
belief, their political opinions.
their hopes for the future and the
kind of God they wcrship. We
are,tir" ot beine -electioneered,
Eua." re not tt e only one.
ut Tuesday! glorious, lorjgcom-
in? Tuesday will give ns a rest in
politics, prayed for since tha
liomicaticus were made for presi
Id conclu3ion,let us say that this
article is the one in which we close
the campaign. We have honest
ly ipoken our sentimentar,jBjidf
s will find anything in
uld direct them how to
we pray they may vote
in favor of right and
3 to be
, e late Oregon
'isiature was a decided failure
linany things, and so far as the
W o . at large ; is concerned, it
rJuld have b6en far better had
''session past been postpoued
I alter the millenium or rather,
'theld at all. Among the job
i measures passed .was the
ortland levee matter. Tha leg
' slature in that measure commit
'3d an outrage upon the people'ot
.Portland which they should never
. target It was an outrage in this
much, that it was in favor of a
rnonoply, and forced upon an un
willing people in the face ot their
most urgent protestations. The
troth of the matter is .that men
are elected to the State legisla-
nre to carry out the wishes of
oio who elect them to office,
every sense ot the term they
ut servants ot the people to
peopletnll. And when
JfswiH, in defiance of right,
a load upon the shoulders of
nmunity that the community
lestion may be robbed and
e subservient to the will of a
opoly, then it isjime to urge
abolishment of the legislature
. the holding up to public
cn the public's unfaithiul ser
ifs. . ; ' . . .
JUDGES OK ELECTION.
there seems to be a doubt in
e minds of many as to who are
ie judges to serve at the cora
ig election. Those officers are
ppointed by the county board for
ro years, and those who served
i the Jane election will be the
adges of all elections during
eir term unless they are absent
t refuse to sorve.
The electors present choose
heir own judges when there are
n a white one meets
'says she will
ho is vastly
p: "I want
look up to
i maid, she
11 will not
AN OUTRAGEOUS MEASURE:.
Another of the items of bad
legislation scored, say the East
Oregouisn is the measure provid
ing for the payment of salaries to
county clerks and sheriffs in Bnme
of the counties ot Oregon, while
ia others their compensation has
been left as it was before by fees.
The most iniquitous part of the
bill is that it takes effect from the
1st of July next, instead of after
the expiration of. the terms of
those officers who will be affected
by u, so that if net- a legal it is
certainly a moral fraud upon the
present incumbents. The bill
shows spite-work and malice upon
its very face, instead of having
been passed in the interests of the
people. We presume the plea
for the clltnga is the Cost
gation. This we admit is in
many instances too high and .we
would have no objection to res
rl action, but this measure we un
derstand, though we confess not
to have seen the bill in full, doea
not tend towards that end. v The
burden upon litigants remains the
same as ever but the costs are
turned into the public treasury
instead of going to the officers.
Nine counties, notably Multo
nomab, were excepted trow the
operation ot the bill, but for what
reason we are anab'e to presume
la Clerk of Umatilla county
ges a salary ot $1200 payable in
script ana tne eneriti a nice sum
. This is .simply out
rageous, it was passed almost
secretly and we feel very safe in
saying dues not comport with the
wishes ot our people.
And the truth is in Douglas
county the sheriff is not given
means sufficient to conduct the
rt r v
anairs of nis oniee properly, and
here, .where criminals daily pass
the sheriff cannot afford to track
men down, even though they may
have committed murder. We
know the histories of severa
sheriffs who left tbe office bank
rupt; and wheii the legislature
passed the bill in question, it
simply demanded of the sheriff
that be should and must catch al
the criminals and pay tor halt th
worK pertormed out or bis own
pocket. - !''.
In speaking of the welVknown
methods of preserving posts and
wood which are partly imbeded
in-the earth, by charring and
coating with tar, it is said these
methods are only effective when
both are applied. . Should the
poles only be charred without the
subsequent treatment with tar,
tbe . charcoal formation on the
surface would onlv act as an ab
sorber of the moisture, and, ifj
anything, only haste the decay.
By applying a coating ot tar with
out previously charring, the tar
would only form a casing about
tbe wood, nor would it penetrate
to depth which the absorbing
properties of the charcoal surface
would insure. Wood that is ex
posed to the action ot water or let
into the ground should first be
charred and then, before it has
entirely cooled, be treated with
tar until the wood is thoroughly
mpregnnted. The icertic acid
and oils contained in the tar are
evaporated by heat, and only the
resin left behind which pene
trates the pores ot the wood and
which forms an airtight or water
proof envelope. It 18 important
to exposure, for here it is that
the action of decay effects the
wood first, and where tie break
always occurs when removed from
the earth or stained in testing.
The newspapers below are
complaining because a ' bill was
changed while in the hands ot the
grossing clerk of the house,
and thereby one of its main pro
visions killed. The man who had
so much to say against W. II.
fTatkinds was the engrossing
clerk, and t hat he should be "in
fluenced"' to chanere tbe bill is
nothing surprising since; he
changed the name given him by
bis parents, and vilhfied j and
slandered a man for others' benes
fit who had never done him in-
ory. 1 Speaker Moody, Gov.
Bush,1 acting govtr nor Thayer
and John M. Thompson evident
ly knew their man, and now can
congratulate themselves that be
did not fail to do their dirty
Of the American Ship Owners'
Convention- held recectly in
Boston, the Springfield Bepublit
can says: Most of the men were
interested in the ceaatwise trade
and in the wooden ship business
of Maine, and without much com
prehension of the wants of our
foreign commerce. At least they
arrived at no dsSnite and satis
factory solution of the problem of
the revival of American com
merce. . ;
Agnes B. Courteney, mother
of D. C. Uourteney of Jaeksofl
connfy, died near Albany in this
State, ; at the green age of ;88
years. She was a native of In
diana, and came to Oregon in De
At length the long history of
the United States by .Mr. (jeorge
Bancroft is drawing toward com
pletion. The'aathor set to work
upon this opus magnum so far
back as 1825, and has, with little
intermission, been laboring on it
ever since. Mr. Bancroft has se
eded Sampson, Low k Son as
his London publishers. The last
volume of the book will, accord
ing to literary journals, be out at
tha end of the year.
Fred Hrt is the editor of the
Virginia' Enterprise. Something
happened in his family recently,
and this is tbe way the Carson
Appeal refers to it. "The Enter
prise for some days past has con
tained an announcement headed,
'A Girl Wanted, and yesterday
Fred Hart's wife presented him
with a bay. This shows just
about how much influence the
Enterprise has as a family paper.
It is a .Really Reliable Remedy For
, Wasting and Kervoue
v: t Diseaae.
After nnmeironn experiments Mr. Fel
lows' soccreded In I'roducinc this com-
bin ation ot Bypophoerliites, which has not
onl y restored him to health, but has eicce
been so aaccaaeful in the treatment of dis
ease emenating from loss of nerre power.
ana consequently relaxation, tiz.
Apbonia (loss of voice.) Neuralgia,
Ansmia. Nerroas Debility
Chronic Diarrhoea, Whooping Cough
Dtspeptiia, Congeriion of the loagg, Fever
ana Ague, f alpitatton or the hearf, ut
coirhtEa, Ne lancholy. Mental DupruSsion
Persons living in malarious districts
my prosect themseWiw from attacks of
fever by the nso of Fellows' Compound
Syrup of Hypophoephites. Its effects in
toning up tbe eystem enables as to ward
off contagious disorders, and successfully
The soluble phosphites and the other
Iite-enstaining principles conHogioir Fel
Iowa' Hypophogphites are so carefully.
proportionea and so judicially mingled
tnat tneir action upon toe nerves, mus
cles and membranes in imparting vitality
strungb' and healthy action is generally
apparent within twenty-four hours, and
the good effects experienced are of a per
S. K. RAYMOND,
2nd door to Dr. Hamilton 'a Drug Store,
Oners his professional services to th
people of Douglas county, with whom he
has be-n acquainted several years. All
wort warramea nrst-ciass, and terms as
moderaie.as any other in tbe profession.
This firm has constantly on hand the finest
Boots and Shoes
EVER BROUGHT TO ROSEBURG.
Best of Boots and Si.023
Made to order and Repaired.
asrss An mmnr
Boot and Shoo Heels.
Prevents running srar snd
ssjSng oS on lbs
The firm has on hand the finest svock of
of Leather in the State, and is prepared to
do all kinds of work in a firstc!ags man
ner, upon the most reasonable terms. Par
ties needing in their line, shnld call upon
them first, as they fully
GUARANTEE ALL WORK
Turned ont of their shop to be) A 1 snd
certain to wear well.
All kinds of Musical Instruments sold at
San Francisco prices. Violia and other
strings a specialty.
Come asd aesus.
To the Coast.
STAGES LEAVES DRAIN
Eyery Monday, "Wednesday,
and Friday, at 8 o'clock a. m., for
S OCT T8BUHG,
For farther particulars snquire of
JTotis is keraby given that the nnder-
slgaed has been appointed assignee ot the
estate ei KODcrt I'ameron, and the credit
ors ef the said Robert Cameron are re
quired to present their claims, under oath.
to him at his office ia Roseburg. Oregon.
i i im asTTflfi ""' T
within three months. And all persons in
debted to the said Robert Cameron, will
save costs by calling at my offlee and set
ttingthe sum. - . -
. XtaMd this S4th lay ef lagsst, 18S0. -r
.-', 0Ce4i U?.Xasne. Eeai
XSng of the Blood
Cans aU Betofoloui affections and diMrdan fwolt
fcif trim Imparity ot th blood. ItlimdliaU
SPMifv all, as the nlmreai osaallr petoSTe tbeir
caoMi tint Salt Meum. .Ffauriu. Vletrt, Twmtrt,
Otim, JBwUtgt, Sc., are the moat common, as
wall assMnyaJbttieBieJ tbs Matrl, tluui, imm
TTs&isrfal Cars of Bllaaaeii.
f. Sassoh. Boa A Co. : Tax tha Innsfit of aB
Snnblcd vith Ssrefula or Impws Bleed in thtt
Fsuma, I aenbr noommend Kinf of the Bloos.
ban bmb tooabUd with Screfola for th past ton
fMit, which so atltetad nf eras that I waaoom
BMMiy Duaa lor iz Bonsas. i was rasqpunsoMa
la try King of th Blood, which has proTedagmt
Whibb to sot, a tt hu completely cured m, and
I ''"Twf-Uy T"""" jt to aU troubled I have
a our muT,
Haa. B. WfcTHTOinw, Bardaua, K. T.
wul h paid to any Public
tal to hm mntU'
ally agreed npon, for rry cartil
to of thasisaiu-
pasmnan vj as womb
To ihow ear faith in the safety and xeellanee of
she K. B., npon proper personal application, wha
satisfied that no imposition is intended, we wilt
fire the awnaesof all it ingredients, by affidavit,
h aboTo8ar were never made before Vrth pro
prietor of any ether Family Medicine ia the world.
Muy tastBmtaIa,farthcr mformetion.and
fall direction foe sane will bs foand in th pam
phlet "Treatise on Due of th Blood," ia
which each botil iaeactoeed. Prie $1 per bottleeoa.
SaiaiaflS onnces, or 40 to 6t doses. Bold by drns
jsts. P. B asoMe Sas 4 Co Prop'r.Bafflala. M.
The accumulated evidence of nesrly
thirty years show that the Bitters is a cer
tain remedy for malarial diseiwe, as well as
its surest prevrntative; that it eradicate
dyspedsis. constipation, liver complaint and
nervouBness. counteracts a tendency to
gout, rheumatism, urinary and uterine dis
orders, that it imparts vig'r to the ferbie
and cheers the mind while it invigorates
the body. For sale by all Pruggists and
Importers snd Wholesale Dealers in
FINE VIIIE & LmOQFaS.
8U and 216 Front Btreet,
S. :& J. a
(Ssccessors to fhos. P. Sheridan)
HARDWARE. TIXWARr", STOVES
Guns, Cutlery and Tiraers Fur
BRICX STORESECUftG, CSN.
Saving secured ;he above business, we
arjpreared to keep up its former good
name for work and prices. We have the
best of material and always a full stock of
goods on hand, and it is our aim to fur
nish customers with first-class article' at
let live prices.
A full stock of Iron and Steel far r
Orders from abroad will receive prcti
a'tention. Jl J. C. SUE RDA?
The finest and best ssloon in Roseburg
JOE AIKEN, PROPRIETOR.
The best of liquors, the finest of
cigars, and a quiet retreat.
Gentlemen are invited to give me a call.
IrlEllROIAN & CO,
O l. X d XX Cl a
HORSE SHOEING MADE SPECIALTY
And all kinds of work
GIV2 THE FIRM A CALL.
And you will come again
DR; S. HAMILTON'S
Drugs, Faints, Oils, Vsrnish, Window snp
Picture Glass, Stationery, Perfumery,
if you wish to purchase them cheaper
than at anyplace south ot
Full lines keept of '
EDWARD TODD & CO S.GOLD
PENS, PENCILS, ETC,
SCHOOL BOOKS, NO VELS,
LEGAL BLANKS. ;
Gtdttt, Kalt rib Teth
Bpush89 Pattitv WEiEt
wash9 ri Artist's
Windsor and Newtons tabs colors, Win
rkw and Picture Glass, every size, at
Lowest Price, by box or pane. Blank .
Books, Writing Paper, envelopes, pens.
AU new Patent Medicines in stock as
demand will warrant. GLASS COT
TO ORDER, free of charge. Agent for
THREE MIXED PAINTS
The celebrated and thoroughly tested PA
CIFIC RUBRER PAINT, The IM
PERISHABLE PAINT, and The
ENAMEL PAINT. Agent for M.
Gray, lassie Dealer, Baa Francisco,
' Prescriptions filled with dispatch, at tie
lowest rates. Store ia accessible at right
window oa back street at all hoars of the
night. Remember the place. Brick baileV
Wishes tbe public to understand that ha
. hss established a -
A BROOM - HANUFAGTURINQ
At Oakland, sod on the shortest notice
will supply the trade and private partis
with any n amber of brooms, ot all style
snd sizes, cheaper than they can be par
chased elsewhere. He has had long expe
rience in the business, and guarantees sat
isfaction . Orders fmm sbroad promptly
filled. Give him a trial.
Two to five ' Thousand
EtTss, from 1 to 2
CLEAN AND WELL-BRED.
Give price and fall particulars. Addrei
B. Q. FAHRAB,
623- Pine street, St. Louis, Mo.
B. F. ELLSWORTH, PROPRIETOR,
The proprietor would announce thst he
has once more assumed control ot tbis pop
ular house (lately under the msnagemet
of Mr. Gibson) snd that be will attend to
the wants of patrons in a first-class man
ner. The table will be supplied with best
the market affords, the beds of the house
are well furnished, neat and clean and no
pains will be spared to render guests com
fortable. B. F, ELLSWORTH
For Sale -For Sale
GEORGE v W. GENGER,
Auuouuces that he will St-li Ins Sue larui,
situated on the south fork of Deer creek.
on the couuty road, seven miles east of
Kosebnrg. Deer creek running through the
DESCRIPTION OF FARM :
Well Improved. . o-ood orchard, twd Btorr
dweMinc house, a convenient barn. There
ara 2lK) acr of 'arminir land, and 100
acres in irrain. Will sefl all or putt. For
particulars inquire of
GEO. W. GENGER,
Roseburg, Oregon. May 22.
HEW B lKBRY
J. N I E D E R S T A D-T,
(La we of San Francisco)
Would ananunce to tbe public that he has
purchased the interest of H. FISHER in the
And that he has had fifteen years expe
rience in first-claas bakeries in the city of
San Francisco as a baker. He, therelore.
is prepared to conduct the bakery in
first-class manner, and will warrant all his
work as first-class.
The Best Of Bread,
Either wheaten, oaten or rye, always on
hand. Cakes, pies and crackers of the fin
est quality for sale; and whether for balls,
parlies or private families, all orders will
be promptly filled at the lowest rates. In
connection with the Bakery I will keep
friuts and vegetables, candies, nuts and
notions, and with this regard I will not be
undersold by any one. ,
Give me a trial. Then if I cannot suit
you as to quantity and quality and pi ices
no one can. J. NltDERSTADT.
FOE SALE CHEAP.
A Second-Hand Planer
(WeatherUy, Richardson Rugg?'
All tils and slotted cylinder for ra c
ing rustic and moulding goes witU lue
machine. Fo- particulars inquire of
Roseburg, Ogu. j
JAME3 VT. HAMIXrON,
OFFICE FIRST DOOR TO THB
right in the Court House. Busi
ess promptly attended to ia all tbe
ourts of the State.
TO A JLTi FAR HI JES
Preserve Your Fruit an J Pay Off
Read the following testimonials
from some of the best ci tizens of Dong
county who speak from experience
Deep Ckrkk, May 7, 1880.
Thin is to certify that we have a Plum
mer Fruit Dryer. During last Season we
dried nearly all kinds of fruit. It will do
all that is recommended and mote. Our
apples brought nine cents per pound early
in the season and are worth thirteen cents
at this date. We do not believe it can be
excelled by any other dryer iu the State.
M US. t. ADAMS.
WnJtUK, May 4, 1888.
I used a Plummer Fruit Dryar bought
of Grubbe & Co. last year and dried nearly
10,000 pounds of apples, for which I real
ized ten cents per pc und. It did better
work than was promised and I made more
money than I could from any other busi
ness. I only run the machine two months,
Harvy Jones says : I have a Plummer
Fruit Dryer, and it has done all recom
mended it would do ; and turns out the
handsomest fruit I ever saw. I shall run
it this year to it full extent,
Wm. Boon, of Calapooia says : I hired
a machine for S100 and dried on shares
and made more than I could fanning.
Mr. Tipton, of ait. Scott, says the Plum
mer machine as the best I ever saw and it
is ail that is recommended, and more.
WOTiCB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Al - the undersiiined executors of the es
tate of S. D. Willis, deceased, have tiled a
final account therein ; and that the 5th day
of July, A. D., 1880, has been appointed,
for the hearing of objections to such ac
eoant and the settlement thereof in the
county court for Douglas county, Oregen.
WM. R. WILLIS,
a Im WILLIS,
AT FAIR OAKS, OREGON
Sampson Sutler Hp, Prop.
MT NEW STORE AT FAIR OAKES IS
now completed and filled with a fine
stock ot git, embracing every;bicg found
nntry store. I am pre-
'aimers with all kinds
-ices than they- can be
Horses, cattle, sheep
tiads of country pro-
tksr rfea paid
I . :-
'. BTJPEELAT1TE ,
' ' ''
Best in tha World,
The Superlative Baking Powder Is the
standard article of the United States for
strength snd parity. The best article jfo
general baking purposes ever Introduced.
It is the cooks favorite. Warranted per.
eetly pare and superior to anything of the
kind now in tbe market, for heaUhfulness
and strength producing at all times. : The
most delicious cooking;. For sale by
grocers, or sent direct by mail on receipt
of sixty (60) cent for one pound can. Bolo
in cans only. Fall weight guaranteed. AcU
dress. " V
Superlative Batung Powdnr Co.,
143 ChambeisSt., HewTork
SHOW THIS TO toots GBOCKB.
This space Is
Front 8t., Rosbusg, Oregon.
Wholesale and retail dealer in Watches.
Clocks, Jewelry, Gold Pens and Musical
Instruments. W at cues, clocks and Jew-
Iry repaired. All my work warranted.
John W, Gilbert,
, Dealer In
Hides. Fur 8 and
Liberal advances made to
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been anpointed assignee ot the
ee te of G-o. A Beath and the credit
Ofi it said G o A Beath are required toprv-
, ul their claims, under oath, to him at
his office in Koseburz. Oreiron, within
three months. ' And all persons indebted
to the said Geo A Beath, will save costs by
calling at my office ana settling the same.
Dated this 15th day of October, 1880.
T 8. ROADMAN,
T WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO THE
A public that I will pay no bills of Mrs.
Kitchell hereafter. C. L. K.1TCEELL.
Roseburg, Jane 15, 1880. 4w.
TJ. S. Lnd Offlco, Roseburg, Oregon,
Msy lOih. 1880.
Nctice is hereby given in pursuance of
an aciot C ongress, or June 3d. loo, tor
the sale of Timber Lands iu the States of
Ca'Bornia, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
ton Teriltorv, tbat Ueo. W.Jones and
Wm G. B. Dixon has filed their arplica'
tion to purchase the north-half of lh
south-half of section 5, in township 27
south, of ianire 5 west.
Any and ail persons claiming - adversely
the above described land, must file their
claim in the Register s i S;s wamn sixty
days trout nis date.
W, F. BENJAMIN .
Pour ' Foot Wood
I have 115 cords of four-foot wood for
sale on my place, 8 miles north-west ol
Roseburg, on the Coles valley road. Tbe
wood was cut last winter; is of the best
quality; all sound oak; will be soid on my
arm at tbe lowest rates. 1 have also plent v of
stove wood, snd pure .lasers will end tbat
I can give them superior bargains. Those
who desire a good trade cannot do better
than give me a call. II. CONN, Sr.
Parties may inquire at the office of the
Independent if I ata not in town.
immnmn & frazer, pro.
Castings oi any size snd
Of every descriDtion neatly and promptly
Grist. Quartz and
Made to order. Portable and Stationary
Made to order and WARRANTED.
ta FOUNDRY t One kiosk south ol
he Depot. jy3
The CHICAGO LEDGER, a literary
and family paper, can be bad by sending t
Chiesgo, Illinois, Prise, S3 00 peryear.
The Ledger is published weekly and ha
eight pages, and the tone of its stories and
other matter is pure snd moral, and well
calculated ior the family.
D. 0. BICE, 31. JD.,
Pbjeician and Burgeon,
Office first door south of Dr. Hamilton's
drug store, aa Main street.
STOKE OP BOUTHERJf OREGON-
THE LARGEST AND J1NE3T DISPLAY OS
a a s
Foreign and Domestic Fruit in Their Store, ITuts.
CANDIES AND CALIFORNIA CRACKERS.
Ererjtbiog in tho sliape of Groeria to ba fount! at thoir tore
WELLMM, PECK "& CO.
AND DEALESS IM
3 & jm JS1L D CJ 5
KEY WEST NEW YORK CIGARS
Nos. 126, 123 & 133 Market Street,
Nos. 23 & 24 California Street,
COMMENCING APRILIaT, 1880,
The Celebrated Stallions
Will stsnd for the ensuing season as fel.
lows: Roseburg on Friday sad Satur
days; other times at home, six miles norh
west on the Cole's valley road. If change
is made in these arrangements, due notice
will be given. H. CONN, Sx..
Rates of tService: To insure, $10.
All communications by mril must be ad
dressed to the proprietor, Roeebarg, Ores
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the Rocky Mountains. -
- It is recognised autho-itt in commercial
snd financial circles as the best family
journal on the Pacific coast.
Served by carrier in San Francisco and th
towns f the interior. ...25c per week.
By mail, postage paid, ....$13 peryear.
The Weekly Bulletin
I a mammoth twelve-page ournaL aad
in proportion "to Us size the cheap
est journal in the couutry.
The Weekly and the Friday Bulletin,
forming together the most complete semi.
Weekly published on the Pacific coast, will
be sent to any address, postage paid, on
the lollowing terms:
The Weekly and Friday Bulletin.
One year S 00
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, S. F. BULLETIN CO.,
San Francisco CaL
KOTICE SETTLE UP.
Notice is hereby given that my lease of
the Metropolitan hotel will expire on the
23d day of September, 1880, and that I shall
soon thereafter leave the country. AH in
debted o me must come forward at once
and maks immediate settlement of their
accounts, or have the same plaeed in the
hand of an officer for collection. This is
tbe last notice, and I hope it will receive a
prompt response. W. L. BUTTON.
. 20-tf. Proprietor Metropolitan Hotel.
ROSEBURG MARBLE WORKS
Monuments, tombs, tablet., Marble
Mantles etc., made from the best For
eign and Domestio marble. Design
and estimates furnished free. I sad
stones from $10 upwards. Give ate a
call and examine my work before
purchasing. It, BRACKENBIDGS.
The autumn session of this institution
will commence on Monday, r'ept ember 6th
1880. and will be in charge of Dr. Browne
aad the usual corps of competent assis
tants. " :
The first month ef the term will bs free,
the other -two months will be charged
for according to the fallowing rates:
writing and i'n- v pr. month si a
tnary Arithmetic I ' '
Geography, or Eng. Grammar f CD
Higher Arithmetic, Algebra os
Ketorie, pr. month.. 1 6r)
Latin or Greek, pr. month. a 00
r. sariBiiiva, J
A. W. Comptg. t Board ef DlTalam
FIRE ONLY. -
Income W Montis,
Premiums Since Organization,
Losses Paid Since Organization,
- $1521402 15.
Loaaee Paid In Oregon In 7 Years,
The BOMB MUTUAL hat bad for
ere; Seven Years,
Deposited with the State Treasure of
ftfegoa for the protection eX
GEO. 1 RTORT. Portland.
tTaaagsr Oregojt, Washington a Idaho
O. H laTwIs, of Allen a Lewis. P.
Wassernsan, of vVaseerman a Co.; J.
JUCrake, of J. McCraken a Co.
Tie andersigned takes pleasure In
aaneaaeiagte tbe citizens of Rose
burg and Tieinity that be has received
she ageney ef the above "'leading ia-
see eemeany or ine racino vasu
U. HURSH, Agent
J. a UoBIUTD, A.H.TAKXE.
. City Attorney. Notary Pablo.
It8 First st. Portland, Oregon.
THE sjQPQUA YAIET F'lLLS
THE BEST IH THE MARKET.
Addrsse A W. gTEARXS, CanyoaTills,
R0TIC1 IS HIRIBI G1YEN THAT
the eopsrtaership hsretefors existing be
tween V f as. Carll aad O. C Perkins, has
bees dissolved by mstua! consent. Wm,
Caril retlriag freas the firm. All dsbts
due the ssdn!gsd SBtut be paid te O. C
P..Vtn. L.ai aa.-I. .11 i 1 1 1
...u.WIW aw mu i"iTiriTTinsrs
f-ACCSOa BTREST, BOSSECjak,
mi . r .M avll.knnwn stn3
i--th.nk bis friends for
pouumr row. , .
their likrsJ patronage in the past and ask
tor a eonnnuance on t
The public is informed that I keep none boi
the best brands of wines, liquors and cigars,
and that I seU over the bsr the celebrated
JKS8K MOORE U CO.'a ;
a .J.LMl:.J ..Ma erilt b found It J
the saloon; also the leading papers th
of tbe world.
PIONEER SALOOir .
' OAKLAND OREGON,
T. B COPELAI7D.
The finest of winaa. llnar.ra and 1e-ana
constantly on hand, and a welcome to aifc
vxJMi aue see me. sept.iv
THZ. o 'war a cSL9 esr
Tbis popular resort for business men.
Farmers and others desiring "something
good for the stomach's sake," will! he
iouud south of Smith A Co. t store,
The best of Wines, Liquors snd Cgai .
always on hand. spl8 ly
CORNER JACKS) N WASaiNUTQS
Cleats st Alt Koars.
FRESU OYSTERS IN EVERY STYL t,
Tbe only first-class eating house iu tbe
city. Tables supplied with the best,ajM
everyy attention paid to guests i '
urtupDn -1 ri?i?nw
ROIBINS. AND ' YATES.
ARE IN THE FIDLD
AND PREPARED TO
fjfm HMa Hawaii '
IN ALL TUE
THAN ANY HOUSE
NORTH OF SAN FRANCISCO
OUR FACILITIES ARB
AND OUR STOCK 13
ALL TEE "ET CiSTRA" OF A
WUl Be Found at Our Placfj,lX2
About the 1st of September we shall res
eeive our first invoice of the celebrated
We still keep on hand the eslebratfld -Whitney
tt Holmes Organ. ' .
Romsinber, that we buy ear goods at
flrst hands, and have no middle men to
share profits with. '
BOBBINS & YATES.
128 First 8treet,
GREAT REDUOTOLNS '
pORTHS If EXT THIRTY DAYS
ata comma nrtino- Inmiat i.f TT. r
" B O " " AAOTUCW
den Bros, will sell the following goods
at vers- low nriftMi; A full linar
Queensware, glassware, lamps, pl&tad
Hwwin, iwiig jam, ouurns, Jugs pot&
fruit jars. Infants drain, baskets, coal
oil, brooms, lard oil, castor oil, china
nut oil, etc, et- . fcoap?, syrup, cao-
uu on, etc, ei
dies, lard, fios
" cannea goc-tss, ssu
cc9, tea, eIiarat.aa,
tre'a, hickory axe, .,
cember, 1815r t , -