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fXTMPQLTA CUAP.TEB-.KO. 11, B
f , A-1 A- U bo11 regular corainnnica
dWbS tions every first and thild Tuesday
of ea:h month All members in good
. tandingwill take dae and j timely notice
aid crovern themselvns acoordinirly. Visit-
it ng companions are Invited la meet with
the Chapter when convenient.
5 B. HERMANN, II. P.
-" VV. I. FtEDLANOH, Sec'y.
LAUREL LODGE A. F. and A. M
i holds regular meetings on VVednes
"V liny on or betore eacb tall moon.
J. 0. FCLLKBTON, W. M.
H, NEWCOMB. fcecy. .
'Lodge, .No. S, I O. 0
K. meets on Saturday evening, - ol each
week at 7 o'cluck. in their hull at Bom
barg. Members of theorder in good stands
lag ara invited to attend. By order of the N
UNION ECNAMPMENT. No. 9, I. O. 0
F.. niiiet at Odd Fellow' Hall on the 1st
and iid Fridays ot every month. Visiting
.Brethren invited to attend 1 1
JuHN MCrTLES.C. P.
E. G. Doss. Sinba .
UMPQUA GRANGE, NO. 28. P;of
nn will meet hereafter on the 1st t-atur-ot
each mouth, at Grange Hall, in Ko
burg, All mesuibera in good standing are
CoMikiy invited to a tend:
GtO 'JONES, 3.
J. P. DCKCAS. Secretary.
P. O. Directory.
Onasd after June 10th, 1880. the mails
or me miuin, Including i;alllornia, NevaU
and eastern States, will dole at 7 o'clock
P. M ., sharp.
lue mails for the north will close at
The mailsN(or Coos and Curry counties
, win r rose eacn nay, eaturaaya excepted
at 8:45 p. m.
Mail for Oak oreek. Mount Bcott and
Patterson's mill will close Friday evening
o ctocs p. M.
Mails from south arrives at 4.45 A M.
Mails 'rora the north daily, Sundays
oacepiea at 7:10 p. f.
From Coos and Curry counties tt 12 M.,
-daily, Monday excepted.
From Patterson's mill Saturday at 8:39
1. x. ,
Mouday order business transacted each
' ay, Sundays excepted, from 8 o'clock A.
l - to o o dock p. M. Valuable letters and
arctds registered to all parts of th world
It. C. STANTON P. M.
.OCTOBER. 30, im
SOUTHERN OREGON NOTES.
Boon the rainy season will com
mence. Everybody is getting in their
. winter's wootl.
Mr. J.L. Smith reports everything
a flourishing at I'Iklon,
Bora, in Looking Olay on the I8th
f Instthr wife of A. J. Warren, a
l"Zrrn, en .Robert's Creek, the 24th
lust., to the wile or Ubo. Embree, a
Mr. Richard Thomas and Mr. Jan.
JM&boney was in town during the
Uncle Aaron Rose caught a river,
trout this week two feet seven inctus
in length, and weighing over sevL-
Mr. James Moore still continues do
ing good work in the way of making
best of good roads between this place
1 We have received the wedding cards
j tt Miss Orilla C. Baker and Mr. W. 8.
i Humphrey. ' The happy couple will
accept our congratulations.
W. R. Wells have struck it rich in
j. Sicer mines in a claim on OiiUla. The
The claim is what is termed hill dig
ging, and th e gold is coarse.
A malriage has taken place in this
county wherein the man is 63 years of
ige and the lady 18. Go it when you
are old, is the old man's motto.
Some rascal the other night cut the
halyards to the republican flag-pole.
It would not be healthy for the fellow
should the republicans catch him.
Kev. W. i. Nichols will preach
next Sunday, October 81, at Pine
Orove church, at 11 o'clock, a. m., and
7 o'clock in the evening at lioseburg.
. j Married, on Deer Creek, at the va.
. tested residence of Rev. Dr. Smick,
! Oct. 24th, 1880, Empson Collins and
Miss Holt, of Boseburg, by Rev. J. H.
Died, on Robert's Creek, on the 25th
Inst., to Mother Dodson, aged 78 years
Mrs. Dudson ws one of the pofneers
of this State. Rev. Bell preached the
No one will ask you how yoo are
going to vote after next Tuesday.
'Thereafter your vote won't be wortn
a continental, and the conundrum
wUi be out of date. i
- Abraham, Wheeler & Vv, have been
offering many line bargains in general
merchandise during the past week.
and now pro pope doing better by sell
ing cheaper tnan ever.
; Tbe publication of Ihe paper : has
been somewhat delayed tbis weeK
owing to an unusual rush of job-work
and a desire on our piirt to make hay
while the sun was (tli Ding.
, Mias My ra Abraham has returned
borne from Fan Francisco, reporting
-' pleasant trip and a number of new
friends. So great is the number of her
friends in lioseburg she is universally
5 Our representatives and senators
have returned from Salem. The dele
gation need not feel aHhnmed of its
work, since each member certainly
worked for the promotion of the best
Interests of Dougla county.
Mr. Rndolph. Abraham, member of
Abraham, Wheeler & Co., is in town
He has many Rood tlilntrs to sav of
Boseburg, and is surprised that the
town has grown so mu h In a few
years. His numerous old friends ex
. tend to him a cordial welcome.,;
' We had the pleasure of meeting
:wlth Col. John E. Ross, senator from
Jackson county, on Monday last. The
Colonel was in the enjoyment of the
best of health, and was heartily greet
' ed by his numerous friends in Kose
bunt. We really believe Col. Ross is
as popular in Douglas as in Jackson
Tne speech of Mr. P. G. Strickland
at Canyonville i highly c otnpiiment
edfby a correspondent who writes us
many things In favor of the gentleman
named and his speech. Mr. Strickland
will make the speech at the meeting
of the Garfield and Arthur club on
this (Saturfiay) evening, ; to ; attend
which all are invited, i.
.Ksariy fifty democrats, accompanied
by the Silver Cornet Band! attended
the democratic rally at Portland from
thl -t'e on Tbatsday. Our Portland
' the city on that
- . blasts of light.
ng In line
4 ever wlt-
DEATH OF MRS. RAPP.
'Last week we reported that Mr. and
Mrs. Bapp had arrived in this city,
In this much we anticipated their ar
rival, and wrote the notice that tbe
lady might see that aha was welcome
to PiOseburg, and that In the borne of
her-husband there were friends who
were glad to have ber come and be
one with them. '
But while we were writing tbe "per
sonal'' Mrs. Anna M, Bapp was dying
in Portland, and her husband and
daughter were at ber bedside watch
ing the passing ol an angelic soul to
Heaven. The lady died October 22d
1S80, and was buried In the Masonic
cemetry, East Portland. Her age ivas
about thirty years, and ber parents
and other relatives reside now in El
lenvllle, N. Y., In which place she
was born. Ten years ago she and
Mr. Bapp were married, and four and
one-half yeais ago the birth of
daughter came as a blessing to
happy union. Six months ago Mr,
Rapp left for the Paciflo coast. A few
weeks ago Mrs. Rapp started to join
her husband in Roeeburg, and be
left a short time after to meet
her in San Francisco, But the meet
ing on his part was a sad one. He
found his wife in the last stages of
consumption, and knew she could not
loue survive. He hurried to Oregon,
hoping here to find relief and health
for her; but, alas, the party no sooner
reached tbe State than tbe last spark
of life fled, and the lady died a day or
two after her arrival in Portland.
Those who knew Mrs. Bapp while
living respected her as a true wife, a
loving mother and a sympathizing
friend. Those who knew ber at home
thought of ber as the impersonation
of good qualities and as one whose
acts In the daily ; walk of life were to be
accepted as shining examples worthy
of emulation. Her husbaud and or
phaned child have the sympathy
of alleur people, and that sympathy
is so large that there is euough to ex
tend across the continent to tbe aged
couple (tbe deceased lady's father and
mother) to whom this article will con
vey the saddest announcement they
ever received. We are sad thinking it
has become necessary with as to an
nounce a mournful fact. But the sor
row-stricken should remember that
there is a Divinity who shapes our ends
and that though afflicted by tbe hand
of Providence, it must be left to our
God to determine which is for the best.
Often men would rather die than wit
ness the death of their offspring or
the last and expiring struggles of their
wives. This wil 1 applr with double
force to tbe mother and wife; for the
world knows women love more strong
ly than men. And who can gainsay,
that by ber gsod deeds the deceased
bad won a fond place in the heart of
her Father in the skies and He called
ber to His home in Heaven that she
might not live on earth to witness in
anguish tbe passing away to the other
and better world of those whom she
loved better than herself in the per
sons of her husband and her child?
Their times will come as did her's. In
the future the tangled vines of the
wild rose, the innocent blossoms of
the pure, white liily and the brilliant
hues of tbe pansy will be found upon
their graves. But in heaven she will
be before them, and if God has made
it possible that an angel can help those
loved best while on this earth across
the dark river to the land of eternal
brightness, then when her relatives
come to the borders of the land of the
blest, they will find that angel in the
one who was called first. Seriously we
have thought, more times than one,
that some people die that they may not
weep at the death of those whom they
loved best, and that they go before that
they may become guides to our Ood
and our Father in Heaveu. In this
much we are consoled in our greatest
sorrow, and such consolation should
cause us to go down to the grave with,
out fear ot trembling, since we would
expect only to meet a loving one on
the other side. In this particuler case
it must be that the deceased has be
come a great angel, upon whose wings
will be safely carried the souls of all
whom she so dearly loved.
Senator Grover and Wife.
The following exti act is made from
a letter recently received by a gentle
man in this city from Senator Grover,
under date of Dansville, Xew York,
October 3d: When you visited ns at
Wilmington, Delaware, in May last,
Mrs, drover could not sit up 'two
hours in the day. She is now able to
sit up nearly all day, and is improving
slowly right along. She has at no
time suffered in her mind as she did
when in Oregon. Her chief difficulty
has been marasmus of the bowels,
and the general debility attendant
upon such diseases. She has not
taken any medicine for the past five
months, so she is doing very well and
expects to be with, me in Washington
next December. I am much better
than when you saw me, and about
four pounds heavier. Tbe spinal in
flamatiou is gradually subsiding, and
symptoms of paralysis leaving me. . I
have felt that I might go to Oregon
tbis fall and vote, but my physician
forbids it. They say I am safely over
danger, but that I must await the
hardening procoss or nature to render
me safe from a relapse.
The democrats of Douglas county
will be addivsscd in the various pre
cincts on Monday,- November 1st., at
1 o'clock, bv M. Dean. Canton-. ill
Jas. F; Gnr.ley, Myrtle Creek; Jaa. v.
Hamilton, Ten Mile; A F. Campbell.
Cole's Valley; W. F. Owens, Looking
Glass; C. Ball, Oakland; JohnC- Drain,
Klktou; O. A. Bodie, YoncalU; L. F.
Lane, Drain; T. O. Owens, Gardiner;
E Burcbard, BcottsburgjL. F. Mosher,
Mt.. S-ott: J. M Hennl. Galesville: T.
o' Koaamap, wnour. a granu
monstratton will be held In Boseburg
on tbe same evening, and able speak
era will address the people.
The wheat blockade is simply im
mense at Walla Walla, and tbe fact
demonstrated that one railroad can
not near meet the demand. Trains are
running constantly, carrying all ths
grain possible, yet teams bave block
aded the depot, and at present 8,000
sacks of : grain ate piled about
the depot, more than half of
which is tilled -out of doorm.
Teams are still bringing In wheat at
the rate of 125 tons per day, aud the
solidity of slockde Is - steadily
Will those of our subscribers who
bave promised ns to pay their bills In
wood and other truck pleas come to
time before the rainy season seta ia?
It is about time they vex here.
Mr'O. H. Mire baa returned to bis
Misa Molli lhman has gone to
McMinvllle to attend school.
John Grot Is chief. B. L. takes
back seat sine tbe last deal.
. Thomas Blain, ti Cooa county, gve
this seotion a call last week.
Mrs. R. Romain, of Dayton, W. T.
who has been here visiting her aged
C. M. Jackson and Mr. Farnsworth
are very intimate friends here of late.
It's naughty but sweet, Charles.
Wm. Stephen ft Co., owlngto tbe
increase of custom, are obliged to run
their mill day and nigbt. Good enough.
David Hurst returned to McMinn
vllle. David Is deeply interested in
things at McMinnvUle? and why
shouldn't be be?
W m. Canutt, tbe great beaver and
otter trapper, is shearing down on the
Umpqua, for Mrs. Mella Spareribs. We
wish William success.
Rev. 8m ick proclaimed the Gospel
here last Sunday at the school house
to an average eongregration. His dis
course was quit lengthy and right to
the point, as the Irishman said.
Prof. Hutchinson's school closed Ust
Friday on account of tbe school funds
being exhausted, consequently there
will be no exhibition as anticipated
Mr. John Porter's little daughter,
we are sorry to say, bas been seriously
ill with typhoid fever, during the past
week, but under tbe treatment of Dr,
Page sb is slowly recovering.
w e are in formed that our young
friend Robert Long, of Yoncalla, and
Miss Nora Curtly of Drain, will be
oined in the holy bonds of wedlock.
When tbe Tonoolla girls see this it
will undoubtedly" cause them to twist
their sbouldeia and say; "How foolish
we are to let a Drain girl capture our
best looking young man.
Martin A Co. va, R.
CaoMren; -action to mover
money. Judgment lor put, lor S282.S6.
W. S. Beao vs. O. Bodwill ; furecloture. Contin
ued. Sugar Pin Mill Company n. A. O. Coeton; action
to recover personal property. Jodgmwit lor plff. lur
K F. Kosher vs. Bridget VNeel; confirmation.
Tboe. Morris va J. B. Dmon; auijrnment. Aa
aignment discharged. .
Millard & VanSebuynr ts. Daniel Syren et al; con
firmation. Sale confirmed.
H. V. Greea vs. L. Stenger; assignment. Assign
E. O. Young et al n. W. F. OUIitt et al; action to
recover mosey. Settled.
Ashford Clayton vs. County County Court of
Douglaa county; writ ol review. Manliftaed.
B. F. DoweU va. Jeesce Applegata et al; suit in
equity to aid execution. Continued.
H. W. Ketcham vs. Mary M. Xetcham; divorce.
Byron Mynatt ys. Henry Buahnell; action torecov.
er money. Verdict for oft.
Chariot ta A. Gabriel ra Wm. P. Gibriel; divorce.
State ot Oregon vs. Warren Robert?; larceny, by
a bailee. Dlecharged.
Marion DeSoazer vs. Philip PeBouzer; child or
dered kept at Vancouver until further order ot the
E. J. Crow n. H. Q. Crow; foreclosure. Grant
State ol Oregon vs. KsnneJy a Strickland; ap
peal from justice court. Diamleaed.
Same vs. 8. Minard; appeal, surety.
A. A. Fink va. C. and O. G. Co.; injunct ion.
H. S. Harah va. Bawley Dodd Co. and Wheel
er Bros; action to recover money. Continued.
Ellen Long et al vs. P. Oriawold and Lyder
Griawold; action to recover money and damages.
Same vs. Henry fonder; action to recover real
Samuel Feder vs. Caro Bros.; action to recover
money. Dismissed at .cost ol dlt.
D. X. ft E. Walters tt Co. vs. Caro Bros.; action
to recover money. Dismissed.
J. a. Beed vs. Wells ft Flook; net ion to recover
money. Judgment lor pUinun.
Clark ft Mayhew vs. W, F. Gillitt; action to re
cover money. Settled.
Bustler Bros. vs. Wells ft Flook; action to recov
er money. Judgment fur plaintiff.
Welmeiding ft Co. vs. B. Cameron; action to
recover money. Judgment lor plaintiff for (109,25-
M, J. Courtney vs. B. Bube; et al; injunction.
L. Plymale vs. J. J. Comstock; suit in equity
for specific performance. Taken nnater advise
B. O. Ebert vs. H. O. Crow; action to recover
F. B. Hill vs. Jas. F. Cooper; suit in equity to
recovei rents and property. Extended time to take
W. W. Thayer et al vs A. J. Manning et al;
suit to set aside Irauduleat eoavuyso.ee : Deere
J. O. Booth va L. B. Starks et al. Judgment for
Capt. L. L. Williams, the old Rocky
monntain veteran, returned to Rose
burg last Monday night, after an ab,
absence of about five months, in the
upper Columbia river country. He is
looking more hale and hearty than
ever. During his absence he has
traveled over the Palouse, Spokane,
C'oeur 'dAlene and Pen d' Orielle Lake
countries. He gives a glowing ac
count of the progress of settlements to
the northward, reaching and including
the Spokane river valley, aud the
prospect ive future ef the vast fields of
uninhabited prairie and timber lands,
along the line of tbe N. P. K. R. From
the Bpokaue to the Missoula, a dis
tance of several hundred miles, aside
from the various other attractions, he
reports game and fish in great abund
ance, oil throughout the rend' Or
idle and Clark's Fork country is in
terestiug and exciting for the sports
The demociats bave almost con
ceded that old Cap. Is a political
power in Southern Oregon,, and while
they hoped and prayed that he might
not return until after the ehction, he
drops in Justin time to work and vote
for Garfield. Wot particularly from
any patriotic motive of bis, but from
tbe regular habit be has fallen fnto. of
nlwsys getting around back just be
Bought Them Out.
Mr. W. O. Woodward, the saddle and
harness maker of Southern Oregon,
has purchased the stock of Hazletoa
Bros., the .latter, retiring from
business. He is now better prepared
than ever before to offer superior bar
gains in his line, and those who pat-'
ronise "pard" will vet go away com
plaining because they did not receive
good bargains, an extra quality of
goods an the ialrest prices.
The Boss Stable, - '-
Commercial tourists and ethers will
notice the advertisement of A. C,
Tuuug, Oakland, published elsewhere.
sir. Young is undoubtedly the best
livery stable-keeper In the country,
and those who patronise him will
him accommodating and prices very
uive nun m trisu.
On . Jast Sunday died little Berate
arqaar, aged 5 years, era months
and twenty days. Tha bright little
girl was tbe daughter of Thomas and
Alice Farquar, and hr remains were
followed to their last resting plaoa by
a iargs Diu&Der r fxleads of the fam
ily, who deeply sympathta With ihe
Mr. James Woodward has uat com
pleted some of the finest saddle ever
seen in tbe city or Boseburg, and the
stock of saddles now on bind- at tbe
store of W. G. Woodward is second to
none tbis side of Portland. The .reas
on 1 plain, line Mr. Jaoiea? WWdr
ward is known to be one of the best
addle-maker In tbe State. Call .and
see tbe saddles and Inquir as to prices
put upon them.
Ban Francisco, Cal. May S7th, 1880
To whom it may concern: We, tbe
undersigned do hereby assure our pa
trons that we have examined reliable
testimonials from all parts of Califor
nia, in regard to Griffin and Co's
Cream Baking or Yeast Powder, to
our satisfaction, and will take pleas
ure in filling any ord' rs for tbe same.
(Jaatie Brothers. W. W. iienr, , Vtll-
man, feck Si Co. Marks Co., sole
agents fr lioseburg.
Mr. James l. Fellows, chemist, St.
John, . B. Dt-ar Birr Having ued
your Compound Byrup of Hypophos.
pnites Tor some time iu my practice,
I bave no hesitation in. recommending
it to my patients who are suffering
from general debility, or any disease
of the lungs, knowing, that, even in
cases utterly hopeless, it aflords re
lief. I Am, sir, yours truly. II. A.
Addy. M. D., St. John
LitrArTr Pinlo nrrt
BBSaWA W V" J 9 SWWsS W - si' Sis fan
A. C YOUNG, Proprietor, Oakland,
Tbe underignet would announce to tbe
traveling public that ha has the best of
conveyance for hir, and that on the
shortest notice, he can Gil an order. Com
mercial tnnrists wishing a team snd bntrgy
or team and wagon are especially invitid
to tispei my rmtnts tor their accommo
dation, whieli I will rent cheaper than ths
cheapest. Ample loom for horses or teams
to Hay and gram over night, at the low.
est possible prices. Give mn a Call.
A. C. YOCNuE.
i Co.'s Brick Store,
ON JACKSON STREET, ROSEBURG
Anaonnces to the public that be bas
furnished -his restaurant with new
beds, and will give the people a good
accommodation as any hotel in the
FUKNISII MEALS AT 25 CTS.
And that he will supply bis tables
with the best in the market
No Chinese Cook Employed
John W. Gilbert.
Hides, Furs and
Liberal advances - made to
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
Front St., Rosebusj, Oregon.
Wholesale and retail dealer in Watches.
Clocks, Jewelry, Gold Pons, and Musical
Instruments. Watches, Clocks and Jeiv-
lry repaired. All my work warranted.
Best in tha World,
The Superlative Baking Powder is the
standard article of tbe United States for
strength and purity. The beet article ito
general baking purpose ever introduced.
It is the cooks favorite. Warranted per-
eetly pure and superior to anything of the
kind now in the market, for healtbfulness
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. Full weight guaranteed. Ad
Superlative Baking Powder Co.,
143 ChambersSt., New York
SHOW THIS TO TOOK GBOCBB,
Notice is hereby given that the under.
signed baa been appointed assignee ot tbe
estate of Geo- A Beath and the credit
ors of said Geo A Beath are required topra-
msufe tnnrviaiuiv, uuuer OBin. lO . UITO St
his otnee in Roseburg. Oreson. within
three months. And all persons indebted
to the said tieo A Beath, will save costs bv
calling at my office and settling tbe same.
unoa mis ioiu dav of October. 1880.
T S. ROADMAN,
ROSEBURQ MARBLE WORKS
Monuments, tombs, tablets Marble
iLtutles etc., mads from the beat For
eign and Pomestio barbie. Designs
and sstlmates famished free. Head
stones from 1 10 tipward Give ma a
call aaa samia my rork baftwa
' nlsta & t3i(?Ssa
. t Wish Everybody to Know Ifc.
m i ili re H ThJM ?M cjtlsen of
u.o.viwunv, aoown to every one as s, most
Influential citizen, and CUriitlan Minister oi
iue pi. zi, vnurch lost this moment step
ped la our store to Say, "I wish everybody
to.l.uotr that 1 consider both myself and
iWie owe oar lives to SLlleh's Consumption
Cure,'' h Is hsing a tremendons sale
over our counters and Is giving perfect sat-
wiacutm in an cases ol hoog Diseases, such
as nothing else has one. Dated Bourbon,
ma., may wtu, "78. Dr. Matchet A France.
Sold by 8. Hamilton. Druirjigt.
The most popular and fragrant perfume
ui we aay is jctAV nai ci AUH. Try It
sold by S. Hamilton, Roseburg, Oregon
We Challenge The World.
When we any we boiieve,. we have- evt
deneetn prove that Spoil's Consumption
Cura is dtf idedly tbe best Lung Mitlicins
made, m-'e.R much as it will euro a common
tl Cbronie (Jeueli in one half the time
and relieve Asthma, Bronchitis, Whooping
Cough, Croup, and show more casus of
O'nsumption cured than all othrs. It
will cure where tliey fail, it is pleaant to
hke. baraaleaa to ths
C gitrentee what wo say. Price. 10 cts.
sacts. and $1,00- If vourLunm a. e sore
jtest or Bnck lame use Sbiloh's Porns Plan
Said by s. ili mijlton, druggist.
! ' " ' ii "... ' i
At the Store of
Sib. -&12ai3 3We3lcS;
their extensive stock of
AT SAN FRANCISCO COST.
The ladies are especl ally invited to call
and question tlie superior bartrains oQ'ered
by the firm in
AND FANCY GOODS.
No such opportuni'T for cheap pure
chawc was evt-r before given in the city of
N. B All those indebtpd to ths firm
of Cnro Bros., are rpqiwetHd to mnke im
mediate settleraawt of their accounts, then
by savini!cost ard trouble. Should not a
prompt response be made trt their request
the firm muflt place their accouuis in the
hand vi an officer of the law for collec-
ROSEBURG, - - OREGON,
sza k crxor.
The Only Fikst-Class Hotel in the
City ano Depot of the C. & 0. Staob
Well Furnished sleeping apartm entg.the
best of beds, and the most attentive of
housekeepers, a table supplied Wl.hj.be
btst of everything.
STAGES FOR REDDINO
Leaves this house every day oa the ar
rival of ihe cars from Portland.
The travelling publ'c, and all who favor
us with their paironsge, can rest assured
that thev will be entertained in the liest
pessible manner. M. A. CAN AN.
WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO THE
publie that I will pay no bills oi Mrs.
Kitcbell hereafter. C. L. KITCUELL.
Roseburg, June 15, 1S0. 4W.
XT. S. Lind Office, Roseburg, Oregon,
Mav 10th. 1880.
Notice is hereby given in pursuance of
an acvof Congress, of June 3d, 1878, for
the sale of Timlwr Lan is in the states tjl
Ca'.tiornia. Oregon. Nevada and Washing
ton Tertitory. thai Geo. W. Jones and
Wm G. B. Dixon has Bled their af plica
tion to purchase the norih-half of the
-south-half of section 5, in township 27
south, of range 0 west.
Any and all persons claiming anversr-ty
tbe above described land, must file their
claim in the Register's t IB-M w.thin sixty
days trout bis date.
W. F. BENJAM.IM ,
. : "TO. 8. "WKiSeSS,
Pour Foot Wood
I have 115 cords of four-foot wood for
sale on my dace. 6 miles north-west oi
Rngeburg, on the Coles valley road. Th
wood was cat last winter; is or tue Dest
quality; all sound oak: will be sold on my
arm at tbe lowest rates. I bave also plemv ot
stove wood, and purchasers will tind that
can give theru superior bargains, luost
who desire a good trade cannot do better
than give me acall. II. CONN, SR.
t'arties may inquire at the office ol tne
Ihdktkndkst if 1 iu not in town.
Tbe antnmn session of this institution
will commence on Mondav. rett ember 0;h
1380. sod will be in charge of Dr. Browne
and tbe ssnal corps of competent assis
tants. The first month ef the term will b free,
the other two months -will be charged
for according to the following rates:
Writing and Pn- V pr. month J CB
tnary Aritltfnetic J
Geography, oAEng. Gram mar S
Higher AnthrAstie, Algebra c "
iletorie, pr. onth.....A
Latin or Greek, pr. dmbiIs. . . 2
jf. issirxDTCX, i r
w. Coatrros, Boa
J. P Ws Ai7gBTII- 1
BOSEBURG ORE ,ON.
TjrriLL, attend TO ALL
to bis awe.
BUCKINGHAM & HECHT'S
(SAN FBANCISCO) Celebrated
BOOTS and SHOES
For Sale at
ABRAHAM, WHEELER'S STORE.
THE UMPOUA VALLEY MILLS
THE BE8 f IN Tija MARKET.
Address A. .V,
Office of S. Marks & Co.
To J. 0. Baker, Agent Western Fanning Mill. Bin We take
pleasure to say that we have need
praiu cleaniiiff. and that we lind
can. therefore, recommend it to
We to'ly endorse the above.
Tue Western, manufaetared
Tarties desiring to purchase
their orders at ouce, as ast year,
farmers, 1 was unable to supply the demand. I must bave orders
early that I may shin the machines in time from the manufactory.
ji. Fine Stock and F
Fine Stock and Farming Ranch.
Terms reasonable, and desire for salr is
occasioned through a wish to emigrate to
I or price ot land ana reiererrces m-juire
of John W. Kellv, at the IsDEPESOKST
office, or the proprietor on the premises.
Land for sale 800 acres, ol tlmoer ana
grazing ami funning land combined ;
about 75,00 of fanning land and the re
mainder iature and timber land. The
abovu contains a fine orchard and about 3
iicresof garden land suljt to irrigation
There aleoi a hoe lot ot young trees in
the above namnd orchard, embracing all
kinds peaclu-s, cherries aud apples and
viura of all kinds. There is a good water
whrt! on the stream on the prmniseS that
aflTor.ii about a twelve-horse power, and
rauB llie sLirgla mill of R. B. Martindale
&i JB. K. L.STEPI1ENS.
Coi.es Vaixky, Oregon.
?l.tra Is a cbanca f"r a good bargains,
who appl v oarly
JB1L ACKSJIlTIirV 1 ii
Oi Fl AND, OGN.
Wuuld announce'' to the public that
tbey are prepared with the best of inateri
at to supply all demanps in their line.
Having enjoyed over twenty years' expe
rience in their trade, all work performed
bv them is guaranteed to be iirsUclakS, and
strictly according to order.
Gftstm's Celebrated Sar-
FOR SALB BY J. W. STRANGE, ROSE-
Pronounced by all who have used them to
be tho best ever invented, always on
hand snd for sale cheap.
FAU.vf MACIUNKKY KE
Give Then? a Call.
WHOLESALE AND RE
THE ABOVE NAMED FIRM WOULD
tiouthern portion of Oregon that they
EVER BROUGHT TO
The stotik in question is complete in every detail, and was purchased In San Fran
coat suob low figures that we are able to sell at such rates as to permit as ta 'dsify
competition in wholsaale and retail prices.
Full Lines of Clothing,
Fancy Millinery Goods,
Hats and Cans.
Boots and Shoes Etc
WE HAVE COMPLETE LINES OF
GROCERIES & CROCKERY
Glassware, Tobaoco, Cigars. Wimes and Xalrjuor
W Lave ftlso trwytbirifl: U tbe Va of HARDWARE, and oaa vappl laimm vUh
PAULO jG LIACHLITEHr
Of all kinds tn teopeiv 4owrs, sto oft the shortest aeCes and snost iiswsulili sislui
1 ' . .. " .. . , - - .
- the more snd 15
.-g9 tt and
-iora- .'.-aie v.iMiirr,
; w.,j fc -4 tt apt.
n. BRECEEURIDGE f
MARBLE k TOMBST0NJ5
Opposite R. S. a J. C Sheridan's Haity
; ROSEBURG, OREGON.
The finest of Vermont and Italian
marble always on hand. Orders from
nome ana abroad promptly filled.
Parties desiring work in Jackson or
joseptune counties will find that I
can accommodate them with lowest
E. M. DAVIS, M. D,
PHYSICAfM AND SURGEON.
OFFICE UPSTAIRS IN S, MARKS
A Co's b-ick building, Roaebnrg.Ora
gon. Private tnsultation room lot par
Koseburg, Oregon, August 12th, 1880.
and are using the "Western" for
it the best mill we have tried. We
tbe public as the best cleaner iu j
S. Marks & Co.
W. F. Owens, Agent O. B. A.
IL L. Murton,
by Tom. Ilolrhan is the best
II. Conn, Sr. 194w
one of these mathrnes will send in
though the dilatory action of the
Baker, Agent Southern Oregon.
J. B. Tipton: F. M. TiptOH
i SAW MILL.
TIPTON BROS., PIW5P8
AT.T. KINDS OP LUMBER.
PINK AND OAK
Always on hand, and orders promptly
filled on tbe shortest Bo'.ioe. All kinds ol
dressed lumoer constantly on hand. Lum
ber furnished at any point in Roseburg
wiebout extra chaige. and by application
to uift it will bo found that Toy lumb-r is
not only the Iwft but the cheapest in tbs
market. '1 ry me and see.
Address alt letters to
jy3 Paterson's Mills, Or.
ALL BUSINESS IN MY LINE WILL
be promptly attended to, and charges
moderate. Can bo found when want
inquire for me at Roseburg hotel.
The best Flour in the Market.
Ths Flour of these m'lls has gained ia
popularity until it lias been considered by
by purchaser as the best in the market.
Orders fro home and abroad filled
promptly At dress,
ICNE3 a GATES.
TAIL DEALERS IN
ANNOCCNE TO Til
bave imported to Rose
The stock comprises
ear the rallrosJ ierot Env 1 9&rer,3iCxmt
adjoinieg the warebowse we lave r law
wliics U.-rcsrs wfd Sei a- v' jbki
wh r , -
1 i -. . .
Sheridan Bros., Kosburg, Qzn
They weaM AanoBnce that tbsy bavs jast reosivsd sad sew have oa hand one i.s
Largesi" Stoclj' of Hardtraro
Everbrongbt to Docglaswaoty.and when added to thsir STOVES OF ALL PA'H
TERNS and BE lli TINWARE, they ars prepared to declars tbey bars thU
beet supply la their linerof any establishment in Southern Oregon, which they proT
can porehase slsswhere. r' ....,..
la the shape of building materials is the way of locks, bntu, etc, we eaa ci
snperior induoements to purchasers. Try ns.
We eaa give you bargains in tbe following brands of stoves, not equalled e&e ;
where Buck's, Bonanza, Farmer. Utility, Dexter, Pacific, Wide West, Clarewio, '
Occident, lro King, Empire City, and other stoves and ranges.
Ths best of workmen aro constastlv entDloved tn the manufacture of our TinwlXA.
and buyers shonld learn our prices.
We have also taragina to offer la guns,
as well as ia Shot-guns and Pisto's.
We are also Agents for tbe W bite, Peerless and lSew Home Rawing Machine ,v(hka
we sell t lowest rates and warrant as complete in every respect, .
We eaa also supply
Averill and Unbbcr Paints,
The best la the market, at the lowest rates. 1 '
Oive as a eall, inspect our stock, Inquire as ts oar prises, and w promise to salt svrl
any one can.
INChPDLNO EVERY VARIETY OF
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
OF THE LATEST BTYLE.
Ca3hiners3 of all Variety ani Shades ca Han .
k- ' : AT THE -;
Gentlemen & Boys'
3' H3 JSSV lEBb "SrT - rXE HLP J33
cr c l o Ta fioa
BEFORE PUR. BASinq ELSEV lIIBE,
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BY SO DOING GOOD Ba
The Bsfufsr susjal Titsaiiser mt tfee
Tit rieSur smi lartlawMtaor eS
ICerve autS slnaele.
The BsrJMsr aasl sTapsritmr esT Bamla
jreuowr Compoonsi Byrnp is eom
posed ot lagredlents ientloal wlta
those whieh oonstitnte Healthy Blood.
sMuscI and Kerre and Brain Substance
while Life itself is diectly dependeok
tspoa some of them.
By its anion with the blood and Its
effect upon the muscles, reestablishing
the one and toning the other, it is oa
pableof effeettng the following results t
It wBl displace or wash out tubercu
lous matter, and thus cure Consumption
By increasing Xerrous and Musculo
Vigor, It will sure lyspepsla, feeble
or interrupted action ot the Heart and
Palpitation, Weakness of Intellect
oased by grief, worry, overtax, or
Irregular habits, Bronchitis Aeute o
Cbronie, Congestion of the Lungs, even
In She most alarming stages.
It sores Asthma, Loss of Votes
Seoralgia, Bt. Vitas Danoe, EplleptU
Fits, Whooping Oooghi Kervousness,
and ts a most wonderful adjunet to
other remedies in sustaining life during
the process of Diphthsf ia.
Do ot be deseived by remedies bee.
lag e sintUar same : no other prepara
tion Is a substitute for this nndsr an?
Look oat for the aame and address
X. L rKLLOWS', Bt. John, N.B., on the
yellow wrapper la watermark, whieh ts
seen by holding the paper before tha
fight, if '
Pries, IL80 per Bottle, 6 for tT.tX
BoU by aU Irta?nsU.
Z. S. Rosenbaum & Co.,
MANUFACTURERS OF CGAFtS,
Dealers in Tobacco,
S. E. Cor. Battery yStreets
Would announce to the trad throughout
Southern Oregon that they are prepared
to offer superior advantages (n their line,
snd would respectfully call attention es
pecially not only to
Their purely Havana aud Hi cent cigar.
but also to tbe following popular brands of
wuicn laey are manufacturers t
And whica brands are now ia first-elass
I. 8. Rosea baam t Co, also would have
it nndemooi tliat tbey ars willing to and
will sell all articles in their line to patrons
cheaper than eaa traveling agents ten any
firm, and that ail orders sent them will be
furnished without delay and in the neat
est and most reliable manner.
Give as a trial once, and yon will re
main our pennant patrons. ,
J0HIT L. AmSITSB,
BLACK8MITUING k WAGON
RE1AIRLNG NEATLY DONE.
Heiss shoring a specialty, and satisfac
tion gaaiaateed. Terms low for cash or
approved credit, and work done when
wasted. Those indebted to me are hereby
notified that all outstanding debts mast
be paid by Jaaaary 1st, 1880 : by so doing
all old patrons will do me a favor, and
find me able to pal ia a first-lass stock in
thaveomtasT Boris g. Tbe stock will t
then ; but I wish a settlement with old
rtiesds, sad wlta a isll stock be able to
seU loots vezk cheaper than ever.
JOHN L. AKZXZIL
sW.M.ri r. S4-.X-tel, a-j..
The PtwtssOSaw ana PesfteSar t A
- t '
such as Winchester, Eharp and other RiStSi
RuaINS CAN BE SEOUEED
UHE UMPQUA VALLEY KILLS
THE BEST If THE MARKET I
Address A. W. STEARNS Canyonville,
House, Sign and Carri&ge
Graining, Marbling, Kalsominlng and
Paper-hanging and wall-tinting prompt
ly attended to at low rates. Orders to b
be left at Dr. 8. Hamilton's drugstore.
o I, noons,
HDsJ3 3Ea.tltlI.r3 H 4
(Late of Salem).
as good wcrk
-r . caa be done.
fiLU c given and
iHJkA the .Frees
applied for tha painless extraction of teeth
Office snd Dental Rooms over Marks s
Co.'s Building, Rossburg.
NOTICE FOR FINAL PROOF.
Land Office at Rose b org,
tcmber 20ih, 1880. I
Notice is hereby given that the
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and secure final entry thereof,
on Saturday October 23.1 830. at ths la. rut
office at Boseburg, vi : Oreu Gilpatrick,
Preemption Declaratory Statement No.
3101, for the swntbeast quarter of souths
east quarter, section 9, and north half of
of the sonlb west quarter and south wes.
quarter of southwest quarter, section lOt
township 83. south range 5 wsi, and
names tbe following as bis witnesses, rixt
William Haverlo, James Overstreet, Jobe.
Uaight and Frank Martin, all of Ualeov
villa, Douglas Connty, Oregon. .
W, F. BKNJAiliN, Register.
SPANISH MERINO BUCKS
jssp-sr ' (; FOB SALE I .
gsi" Tbronghbreeds to offer. I will
faxgtrt.Lra sen 40 hpanish Merino bucks
wnicu Uav been reared on m y lilace. Tlin
are superior b nocks and will suit the ideas
of every sheep raiser. They will be sold
very cheap for cash, and I invite the sheep
raisers of Douglas county to inspect them,
They will be f..und at my farm, six miles
southeast of Roseburg, on tbe Coles valley
ro d. j3m2) . H. CONN,
TBZ STAK. SALC017
, Jacksou Street. Roseburg,
to imrrRONi pros.
hereby announce to the pablio that -I
have. rfit:d and refuraished this j
and shall keep on band fine
T7iac3, Licr3 & Ci
IRON FCUADRY. :
Catir 0g of any aise tad
Of every descriotion neatly aad promptly
eieeoteo. . . .
6riolv: Quarts an3-
Made to order.
Portable and ftatiogjiry
Ude to ord !? aed WAT.r.AJ' 71
t3 - FOnSIiEli "Oas' Uak
be .-epo t.
! sr. t-e 1
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