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SATURDAY MARCH 27, I'SO UK MIXTION Of ENDORSEMENT. J , iJdlT.I.AB INDKI'ENDENT bed, in Rot-eburg, ha seounty for the period i pftpflr 1 now wel . uuftuga three years' trial y served the interests of the , ttx-payer ; therefore be it p. the members of tbe I'mrj. a fi,-v.. b-n cfi . .. V4 e'... , it : . prou iic r ); Ma Jul, qua (rnui H. S3, do give The Douglas IVCRPKJTDES our unqualified eDdoeemeDt. and w.iutd worthy the ecouimeiid it as a newspaper tat-payers airi)n(je ot every farmer and Southern Oregon. . Hko W. Jones, Master. J. P Duncan. Secretary. TO ADVERTISERS. DOUGLAS INDEPENDENT the largest circulation of any per pubb-hed in Kosebnrff in the j.jiinties of Douglas, Jackson and Coos, and will famish the proof of onr asser tion when demanded by responsible ad vertiser. KELLY & WELLS. ; THE RAILROAD BILLS. TI.e following dispatch announces tbe introduction of two bills in con gress (one in tbe house and one in tbe senate) to compel the further con struction of tbe Oregon and California railroad : - San Francisco, March 2 The bill introduced by Senator Slater to pro Vide fur tbe completion of the Oregon t California railroad is a copy of the b;ll recently introduced by Represen ative Whiteaker authorizing the Ore gon legislature to designate the corporation to complete the rood in case of failure by the present company within the specified time. Our inquiries lead to the statement that within the present year the Oregon and California Railroad Com pany must construct twenty -one miles of railroad to secure certain rights and privileges as set forth by an Act of Congress. If we are correctly informed as to tbe law. the chances are that ere long the railroad may be constructed to CanyonviUe, since the matter of six miles of construction is compara tively nothing to so powerful a corpo ration as tbe Oregon and California Railroad Company. It may be, however, that the railroad company know their business better than do out siders, ana Maters ana ty uiteaiers diiis amsuut to caught. All our readers will remember that John M. Thomp son was the author of a bill In the last Oregon legislature, attempting a grading of rates, and all this work of Mr Thompson was done simply for Via MMMn 1 1 1 a t trtA ful-mora rf rtifi. tation of their products to market i tUL go tbe producers and exporters of Lane"c'cflttjJIr. Thompson prob ably thought that it was unjust that Douglas county should be so favored; but he did not better (be matter by Lis attempt to saddle upon the farmers of this county an extra, expense in the way of increased rates of transpotation for products sent to market. It can not be denied that the company, by the terms expressed in Thompson's bill had that bill become a law, would have been compelled to make an uni form rate of tariff in all articles, it matters not where they were sent from. It Is certain the company would not have cut down rates from Portland to Eugene, and it would have been im possible for the company to but have added on freight in proportion for seventy-seven miles more of transpor tation upon our farmers. One with a pencil can readl Jy see what the increase of rates would have been to our furtneis bad Thompson's bill become a law, when the remainder of the road Is found to be only 126 miles against 7 miles. Thompson's bill would have doubled our rates of transpotation, since the rates from Portland to Eugene would have been necessarily kept up to the termination of the road in ratio to distance traveled. But it may have been thought by Mr. Thompson bis bill would have decreased rates all along the line o' the road. There is here a doubt In his favor, yet it must be admitted that Thompson, Whiteaker and Slater were warm friends, and there is reason to believe that Mr. Thompson hal, perhaps, a feeling of enmity to wards tbe people of this county, aud when be failed to control the Oregon legislature against the railroad com pany be disliked as well, he came to tne conclusion to' appeal to congress through Hon. John Whiteaker and Hon. James H. Slater In the fur therance of his ideas of econo my or bis hope of vengeance. In either event, it is certain there taunt have been a spark of jeal ousy in the heart of Mr. Thomp son for the people of Douglas county, "or in th carrying out of tbe one idea of a rediicUon of .freights tie was re gal dlt-se tt every other, consideration. inwrtcinsion, lei as ssy this much in fator of the raftroai company in qutkJt has-rer done other wise exteadfrlMi 'ahfp to our peo ple, Ibd there never -4JfH be another rallrtad nr another cbiiporation which will be so generally eweemed by tbe producers of Douglas Vounty, No one here can grumble Bp Roseburg should the road be continued to Ca- yonville and even beyond titutt place. The company has treated us aJl favor ably; has kepi in running order the road from this place to Eugene when by so doing it sustained a heavy pe cuniary loss. It ould be better) to blame those who would force tbe com pany to Uke its terminus into Jack son county rather than permit Doug, In cmintv to eniov iU benefits. Of, course, we will be satisfied if the termi nus Bhall remain in CanyonviUe; but once a move is made, the chances are more than even that there it will not stay, but continue on uutil con nection Is made with Califor nia. Home ruav arnrue such will be all the better for this coun ty ; ; but this is a mistake. When a railroad line passes through a county tbe towns in that county must neces sarily become DO-htng more than way stations, through which trains but flit; and let the rallroaJ go oa through to California and such towns as Rose bnrg and Jacksonville are now, cen ters of a flourishing trade, will be left dependent for their prosperity upon the trade that will come only from their immediate surroundings. The trouble Is that every intermediate town will become a station of its own; its products will not be shipped through the heretofore commercial centers. These centers will then but become plodding hamlets not more than ''smiling villages" and the dreams of their inhabitants result in the nothingness of extreme disap pointment. Their only means of self-preservation will lie in their ability to build branch rosds to the sea coast, or to points which will af ford new avenues of trade not affected by the through line. How far such centers will be able to thus protect themselves is a matter to be decided by time and future developemeuts in natural resources attracting foreign capital. Let this be understood, how ever, that the town or city which pos- I Besses the most energy will certainly take care of itself, and those who have but little energy must lag behind in the race for perpetual prosperity. If the railroad passes on beyond Its pres sent terminus, and Roseburg declines in wealth and prosperity, it will be all on account of want of energy-and enterprise 'in its citizens. We have natural advantages and are centrally located If we fail to apply what God has given us to a proper end, then no one will be to blame but ourselves, and if we do not work for the town's Interests in opening up and fostering new sources of trade, when business declines and tbe town becomes a trading point only, we must not and cannot charge the faultagainst our neignbors, for tbey will not be guilty. The moment that the preseut railroad passes, the town must, as a matter of self-preservation, aid in building another railroad to Coos Bay. MINERAL STATISTICS. A circular received from the Pacific bpiik of San Francisco furnishes some interesting statistics of the amount of precious metals produced in the States and terri.ories west of the Missouri river, including receipts from British Columbia and the west coast of Mex ico, during the year 1879. Nevada takes the lead with a product of $21, 997,714, is followed by California with $18,190,973, and Colorado with $14, 413,515. Oregon is only tenth in the list, her product amounting to only $1,037,961, and Washington territory, with her little 85,336, falls at the bot tom of the whole list of sources, amounting to thirteen. Besides the States named Oregon is behind Idaho over $1,000,000, ditto Montana $2,000, 000, Dakota $3,000,000 and Uah $4,- 000,000. The total product is $73,349,- 501, of which $3,539,920 was gold, $38,623,812 silver, and $4,185,769 lead. To this total must be also ad ded the yield In quicksilver, which amounted to $73,879 The exports in silver, to China, Japan, the Straights, etc., reached the very large sum of $46,000,030, as against $39,000,000 in 1878. , Besides the above showing the Pacific coast exported in 1879, 12,074, D'J7 centals of wheat and flour. After this showing who can doubt that the Pa cific coast States and territories (with out counting other products) are suffi ciently wealthy, if necessary, to con stitute an empire or government with in themselves. . Half of their resour ces are yet but practieally developed. Who can estimate what will be tbe sum total of their wealth, aud tbe amount of their products, by the time they have enjoyed tbe advantages aud time that have the original thirteen States ? An hundred years from now, and it is likely It will be difficult to say what portion of the Union is the richest aud greatest. To-day the democratic primaries of this county will be hel l iu tbe vari ous precincts. If the members turti out in full force, and defeit the efforts being made by tbe Fink ring to secure tbe delegation to tbe State convent ion, it is certain they will do no more than their duty. The party cannot accom plish its mission and become the tool of any one man or tbe instrument of any ring. It is rings the people are contending against, and they certain ly can not love or respect the ac tions of the men nominated by a convention run in the interests of a ring. As an outsider who has no feel ing in the primaries, we give this ad vice to those who will become mem bers of tbe county convention, and assure them, that if tbey forget that tbey represent the ring aud not tbe people, however much they may hope to hide it, the cloven feet of the ring delegates will ultimately be seen by the people who are to be the final judges on the 'first Monday of next June. If the testimony of the painters who worked on tbe Glasgow bridge last summer is not exaggerated, the re sponsibility of tbe disaster which cost so many lives will rest upon tbe managers of the railroad. At the in quiry now being held in Dundee, sev eral painters testified that a support ing column of the high girders was cracked, and was only kept in place by iron hoops; that many bolts were missing, and many rivets lacked heads; and t bat, while at work, the passing of trains frequently caused the bridge to sway so badly that they feared it w uld fall. This is strong evidence; but it has become so com mon, howevei, for juries -and com mittees of inquiry to pass a simple vote of censure upon the criminal careless ness of corporations that the result may be tbe same in this case. Tbe Iowa legislature is practical or nothing. It does not waste time in debating on the meaning of Hellogab alus as a slang term, nor does its members exchange rare bits of bil lingsgate as a relief to the arduous labors of law-making. The legislature coucerns itself with a domestic evil leomargarine. It has a nice taste in butter, and both houses have just passed a bill, making it an offense, punishable by a heavy fine aud im prisonment, to manufacture oleomar garine. Congress could not do a more sensible thing than to follow suit. An effort Is being made by the '.treasury department to set on iu feet Ibe cattle trade with England, which raa ruined by the pleuro-pneumonla tcitement. A bill will soon be intro duced Into congress, providing for the appointment of a commission to in vestigate whether the disease, so dreaded by English authorities, is still fondd among western catllle. A favor able Report of such a commission, it is thought, would have weight enough to Induce the English to rescind the order against tbe Importation of Amer- lean beef; BUSH'S COLLAR. Under the above caption the demo cratic Mercury of Portland has tbe following of interest to the democratic party : Democracy in Oregon has at last ar rived at tbatcomplexion when it wears without a murmur of dissent, theeollar of A. Bub. it is useless to attempt a disguise. Kvery poluit-al movement in this State since the inuuguratiou f VV . W. Thayer has bad for its olject the exaltatiou into power of that man more hated and despised than any other man of any party in any State in all this Union. The object seems now to be accomplished, and the plia ble politicians wear the collar with the docility of dogs licking the hand that has trounced them. Some of them indeed lick their chops greased with the food that Bush has caused to be given them, fattening thera as slaves to do the will of their master. The collar has been put upon the necks by brute force, but with bold and brazen impudence. The men who have done the job, lacking in every other element of genius and greatness and lacking io every quality of leadership, hava dis played that one only quality of audacity, but t has been the audacity of the reck less villain who thoroughly knew Mi ground and the subjects of his at tack. Bush, -with the leverage of the governor to start with, first made his ring of democrats and republicans, taking in the corpora tions. Then he provided for proteou tionsagainst the politicians of Glover's administration, they being the chief democratic political element of the State; then he made bis courts by ap pointment to carry out- his decrees against those politicians wbo should fight; then he interested certain in fluences which controlled democratic Eaperg, as the Fiuk-Gazley ring to ave their cases decided for them for their controlling the Star; Prim to control the Times; J. H. Turner, of Kast Oregonian, made brigadier-general in the militia to control that paper; Mart Brown, of the AIiany Democrat, ditto, and he was aleo ued to force him to terms;Tom Merry ,of the Inland Empire, was made tlsti com missioner to control that paper, and Tony was bought outright at the proper time. The whole o. Graver's administration was caught up by these prosecutions; terms nave ien made and now it is likely the bi:Ue convention will be turned over to Bush withouta serious struggle. Late ly we have learned that Chad wick has gone in with them. This means the release of the sheriffs from the suits for tbe illegal fet s. THE CHINESE EXODUS. It now appears as if the eastern peo ple who have pooh-poohed the Cali fornia view of Chinese immigration aud Chinese competition in the labor market are about to have an oppor tunity afforded them, of judging the question from a practical standpoint, based upon their own experience of the subject. A very considerable Chi nese exodus from that State has begun, aud the eastern sentimentalists, who have heretofore regarded ihe wno'.e subject on its abstract ami theoretical side, are about to have their attention called to its practical workings. They are now in a fair way of having a closer view of the Mongolian brother than has heretofore been afforded them. The Chinese have taken uu their eastward march, and unless we are greatly mistaken tbe Asiatic in flux will speedily produce a modifica tion of eastern opinion on tbe subject of Chinese labor. Chicago aud New York have already received large in stallments of the Chinese emigration from this coast. But the influx has not yet been sufficiently large to en able the people of Illinois aud New York to realize the evils of which Cali fornia has so long complained. And yet there are already, at this early stage of the exodus, unmistakable symptoms that tbe presence of China men in eastern communities will speedily bring about a modification of the views heretofore prevalent in that quarter. In England a princess might con clude not to hold a projected icvee and no one would be seriously disappointed. Such is not the case in Canada, how ever. When the princess of Lome, on account of an earache, talked of giv ing up the idea of a grand reception, a committee of merchants ixgged her to hold it, as the sale of thousands of dollars worcb of dry goods depended on her decision. The ears of an ordi nary women are valuable chiefly to herself, but those of a Cauadian prin cess may advance or disastrously affect the welfare of com"aerce. . Capt. Hemphill and his bride are sailing down tbe Ohio and Mittsotiria rivers on their honeymoon tour ina boat built expressly for tbe purpose. No other soul is aboard tbe craft, which is gayly bedecked with flags and ever greens and is greeted on the way with steam whistle aud cannon, the bride groom beinga popular man and known to all steamboat men. There has been organized in the city of London what is termed the Salvation Army. Its members march through the streets to the sound of trumpets, and they call their church a Salvation Factory. Some new-fangled method of saving souls by the use of machine ry has probably been invented. An Iowa bridegioom who meant to "throw" the marrlaze, was run down by two dogs and eight farmers, and married with his feet tied together. The girl was no sooner made his wife than she made for his hair and pulled out great handfu's. Clackamas con nty has instructed its delegates to th democratic State convention to vote for the renomina tion to congres? of Hon. John Whit. eaker, alias "Old Soap, Socks and Pickles." Go it! Summons. la ta Circuit Court for Douglas Conaty, State of Orrgna. Manna Tiaaall, plS. vs. TkomaiJF. Tin dall, dfi. Puit in eqaity for a dissolution of th var riage contract : M) THOMAS F. TINDALL, DEFEND JL ant : In tbe name of the State of Oregon you are hereby required to appear Mid answer tbe cotr.plaiat auaiast you en rilein tliealxvs entitled court and cause by the Brat day of the term of said court, following the exriratioa of six weeks from the date of tbe first publication of this summons, towit : Tbe 10th day May A 1). 1880. and you will uke notice that if you fail so to appear and answer said com pla nt, the plaintiff will apply to the court tor the relief iemaadvd therein, towit: For a dissolution of the bonds of matrimony between plaintiff and defendant, and 'or the care and custody ol three minor children, tbe issue of said marriage and for plain liflTs coats and disbursements, in tills juU. Tiis order for service by publication herein is - St .4 March 22d, A. D . 1880. Wit. K. WILLIS, Plaintiff" a Attorney. Look Out For Tour Hogs- I hereby warn all owners of hogs in my neighborhood oo to turn ut bog without marking them. If tbey will do so I shall either murk such hogs, or lake thera up and "post" them at tbe owner1 expense. John long. . Coles Vallxt March 22, 1830 For the Important Breeding Season of 1880. if - .tv- - THE THOROUGHBRED STALLION, JS C A M B E It D O W N ! WILL MAKB THE COMING SEASON AS FOLLOWS : AT ROSEBURG, MTKTLE CREEK AND CANYONVILLE commencing April lut, aud ending July tut, 1880. Ithe son ol N.irfurk and ihe granison of to the oiue family of thoroughbred horeeb ....-1 A . : w'...J I, u RATES OF SERVICE : Single Leap, payable when the mare is known to be Uood pasturage and attention at $2 per be addressed to Roseburg. Hvgon. rosebuuo, siarch 1880. King of the Blood Corel all Scrofulous affections and disorders mult, ina- from Impurity of tbo blood. It la needless to specify all, as th sufferer ean usually perceive their cause ; but Salt JtAeam, tHmplti, Ckeri, Tnmort, Goitre, Sttllinfft, Ac, are tbe inust common, as wall as many aUsctiosa of ths Heart, JJtad, IXvtr and SUmack. SCROFULA. . Wonderful Cars of Ellnineis. D. Kassom, So Co. : For the beneBt of all troubled with Scrofula or Impurs Blood in their systems, I hereby recommend King of tbe Bloov I hare been troubled with Serofula for the past tea years, which so affected my eyee that I wss com pletely blind for six months. I was recommended to ry King of tbe Blood, which has proseat a greet blessing to rue, as it has completely cured tne, and I cheerfully recommend it to all troubled as I here been. Tours truly. Has. 8. tTKtTHzainw, Sardinia, K. T. S$ 2. Z VjP tl, ,P Sj"B will be paid to any Public Hospital to be mutu ally airreed opto, for every certificate of this medi cine published by aa which is not nuine. Its Ingredients. To show our faith in the safety and excellence of the K. B., upon proper personal application, when satisfied that no imposition is intended, we will cive the nameaof all its ingredients, by affidavit. The above offers were never made before ty the pro prietor of any etber Family Medicine in the world. say testis em taJe. farther information, and fall directions for astng will fee found in the pam phlet "Treaties ea Diseases of the Blood," ia which each bottle laaadoesd. Pries (1 per bottle core tainingll ouaesa, or 40 to M doses. Sold by drus. lists. I). Ksjraoat, Boa Co., I'rop'rs, Baflalo, N .0. This space is reserved for rs GO M o Look out for the new sdrertisemrDt. NEW STAT HOTEL, Opposite W. F. Co'a Exprea Office, CORNER 3d k CALIFORNIA Streets, Jacksonville, Oregon. Meals at All Honrs, New Rooms and Clean Bods. Satisfaction Unaranteed. FRED TOIXES, House, Sign and Carriage pain TEn, Graining, Marbling, Kalsomining and HARDWOOD FINISHER. 11 m - " " " ' a Lexington. First" dam Ntlttie W.. second as Ten BroecK, Mollie McCurty aid the , cash at time of service J$33. Season. $&, payable within the season. Insurance, f50, with foal. month. Mares taken at owner's risk. All communications to the nroprietor should J T CLOTTGH Pr mviptni u . j. v t,v u vxx, jrr pmeior. iAFFENDEN BROS. ! HAVE THE Grocery -STOKE OF EODTUE0N OREGON THE LARGEST AND STAPLE & SOUTHERN ORG. FTJTX.X. WEIGHT GIVEN", Choice Goods- Low Prices ! LO WEST PRICES. CHANS Hi Foreign and Domestic Fruit in Their Store, Nuts. CANDIES AND CALIFORNIA CRACKEPvS. Everything iu tho shape ot Groceries to be found at their store JUST RECEIVED I JUST RECEIVED ! DR. HAMILTON, A FULL LINE OF Plnarinacctit Preparations, - INCLUDING Pepsin and Its Combinations, Fluid Extracts. Elixirs, Syrups, Wines. Pills Etc, TIIE SAME WILL" BE SOLD AT PI.KS & CARLL HAVE FITTED UP THE METROPOIIT'iV S.1I.00. Id aMetropoMtan Style, AHB ' THEY UaVKONUAND LIQUORS & CIGARS ! FINEST .AND BEST III THEiaARKET, 17 ew Store a at T OAiCLANDOREGON CARO BROS. CO. TTTOCLD ANNOUNCE TO THE CITI W I-ns of Oakland and viciuiir that tbey have established a branch store at ths: place in the building next door to tbe and siand of Wheeler Bros, and bavin? an extra late stock ot Ot BRi-al Merchandise, tbey are prepared to furnish farmers and others with everything: they may need and at lower pries than ever before offered in Oakland. We bare come to stay, and we will make friends of yra call if- will call examine our good andlearo oar prices. .. fay 'ajif Lady Davis. SCAMPERDOWN belongs world-renowned horse. Parole. Fur full LEADING - Provision FINEST DISPLAY OF IliOIIN QU Y 0Q H S3 & o rl to o Eh & O ft n CQ K -n ' i a o i H 1 o s."3 13 1 o o 0Q J (4 w p o W C ' eq o D o c U CO s-l u bo c M SI R-. CI SS CQ si FANCY mm mat iyhv nuo I 111 lMHAI QJAII 11110 LOEDCU ' IU. OVFKR Special Inducements To Purchaser!", conxintinp; of Their Entire tock of ant) 1 Einbracinp; a Full and Complete Line of XS1 SB 0 . 0 t 2 S 1 i 5 J2 i Q (9 H O s 2s a 2 n Ti 3 P GC UJ CO u t79 (1 P ... AKD. WATERPROOFS, ....AND ... OREGON AN'U CALIFORNIA FLAN NELS AND CASSIJJERES. .Ot"H STOt'K OK. ClothinG 8tle and Qua'iiT is not Equalled in this Market. It consists of K1EN, DOTS' & YOUTHS' SUBSTANTIAL WINTER GOODS, UNDERWEAR HOSIERY, GLOVES, TIEiS, c. We have on hanl a Full Stock of Groceries. ia----"-"--asesBsaasssaaiaas CRCOKERY, GLASSWARE, Paints, Cils& Glass. Bemeraher our motto " Low Prices sad Square Dealing." ARent KNAPP, BCKRELL Co.- PLOED sfc CO., Koseburjj, Oregon. h 7. VI. ElUBSBTali D., SomeopatHo PIiv:.cian, BOSEBCRO OH sON, TJPTILL ATTEND TO ALL CASES V Intrusted to bis care. Office et hit residence gotf m. a m i aaitniei (vK Sheridan Bros., j - " Tliej would aonnanc? tbat tlipy Unve just Largest- Stock Everbrouclit to D mAz county, and wnen aauea 10 inuir siui co up auui ai TEKNS and HE 1K TINWARE, tbey are prepared to declare tbey hare the beg. giiplvin tleir liuerof any establiLment in Southern Oregon, which they propose can purcliHXe elewlier. In iIih aliape "I lmillinr materials in 8U)-riir inducements to yurcliHsere. Try We can jrive you bargains in the louuwing oranns of atnveg, not equanea euw wWn- Kn.-k'a R,nanza. Farmer TTtilitv. Dexter. Pacific. Wide West, Clarendon, Occident, lrou Kinjr, Empire City, and other The bent of workmen are constantly employed 10 tlie manuiactnre 01 our J in ware, and buyers aliould learn our prices. We have a'so barajina t offer in gun', such as Winchester, Sharp and other Rifles, i s we!l a in Shot-guns and 1'intols , v- .Tu -la,, 4 . t.,r 11. lute ret we dell at lowest rates and warrant as souiplete in every respect. . We can also supply Averill and Rubber Paints, 1 tie oest in tne hTRet, at me loweni raiea. liive as a call. iua:ect our aiock, inquire as any one rau. BL.ACKS?rilTllEICi Dearling Gibson. OFL-AND, OGS. Wunld annonnce to the public that they are prepared with the best of materi al to supply all deuianps in their line Having enjoyed over twenty years expe rience in their trade, all work performed by them is iruaranteed to be first-class, anJ strictly socording to order. Gibson's Celebrated Har rews FOR SALE BY J. W. STRANGE, ROSE BUKO. Pronounced by all who have used them to be the best ever inv. uted, always on hand and fir sale cheap. FARM MACHINERY KE FAIRED, Give Them a Call. NOTI OE, MR. JOHN C. AIKEN 1 HEREBT ACTHORIZEO TO ACT as my agent and to transact all busii nees for me and in my name in Douglaf county, and to collect all bills, rents and accounts due me and receipt for the fame. 30tf. i JOSEPH C. AIKEN. J.M kS JK 8T1IEET, : HOSElltHO. The proprietor of. this well-known and popular resort woulil thank hie friends lor therr liberal patronage in the past an-i ask lor a continuance otllie same in the future. The public is informed that 1 keep none but tlie best braDde of wines, liquors an-', cigars, and that I sell over the bar the celebrated JESSE MOORE & CO.'S KENTITKY WHISKIES A g'wd Billiard Table will be founj in th Saloou ; also all the leading papers of th coast, (iiva me a call. V. sll ! Ul MOUNT SCOTT MILLINU COMPANY J. HI. KOWLE1, WOULO ANNOUNCE TO THE CITI zens of Douglas ctunty and vicinity that he has puichased an interest in Tras 'Sawmill, ) On the NORTH UMPQUA! A nd has taken FULL CON'TOL OF TIIE SAME. He has had 20 years experience in tlia business of lumber-making, and guaran tees to all customers perfect aalifcfaciion. He will deliver all kinds of DRESSED AND TLAIN LUMBER At Roseburg or elsewhere cheaper than can be purchased from any other mill, and, allordtrs will 1 promptly tilled. Con tractors and builders will find :t to their advantage to inquire for te'ms and prices. He is also a pr.iciica1 architect and build er, and all havinj, such work will he bene-, fitted by calling upon iiim he'ore going eiswhere. J. H. ROWLEY. FOR the iwm or- Harli-j, Sidsman & Co. CANYONVILLE, OREtiON. THE FLOURING MILLS OF MESSBS, Marks. Sideiunn & Co., at Canyon villa, Oregon, are offered for rent, to any responsible parly. The mills are dinr a profitable and hue business; they have a the c--uvvnieiices in the way of a hoii in-n swokeb'use, teeding tr.mif Scalding air para-us, belonging to brut -class mills: aid the reason i have, for renting is tha I am compelled to soon take my departure f r tjenuany. For farther particulars, inquire at tbs mills, uanyonvu e, of A. f . SClll IZE. JOHN Si. ASl'iTiS. CANTON YILLP, OREUON, BLACKS MITJJING & WAGON REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. Horse-shoeinir a epecialty, and satisfac tion gaaianteed. : Terms low for cash or approved credit, and work done when wust.-d. Those indebted to me are liereby otifted that all outstanninir debta must bd paid by January 1st, 1880 ; by so doin ail old patrons will do me a favor, and find me able to put in a first-clasa stock in coming Spring. The stock will le theri - hnt 1 wiali . eettlemenl will, friends, sad with a lull s'ock be able to sell tueaa work cLeaner than ever. JOHN U ARZNER. MCGREGOR'S BUTCHEEL SH0OP Having purchased the bucher-sliop of 8 i'ramer, I am now prepared to lurnisb cus with tbe fipeat of BeefJ Pork, Mutton At lowest rates. ! I would call attention of consumers to ths fact that I have one o tbe best cutters, and am prepared to far. uish mea-sas desired. Always fat cattle oa bsnd. Give me a trial and if I do not rait yoa as to quantity, quality and prices, tbea I shall not complain if 70a go elsewhere. L. McUREOOK. Rosebarg. Oregon. ROSEBURG LULLS, a)HLE3 :1 & e&im, PROaiETOP.8. The Bast Four in the Market for Sal The Flour- f these mills has gained in opularity un il it has come to ba known by purchaser as tbe best in tlia market. Orders fro home and abroad filled promptly. Ai dress, ICSES k GATES. Rosebarg. Roseburg, Or, received and now have on hand one ot ina ol .Hardware ,.". a- iue way 01 locua, uutis, eie, wo wiu uuer us. stoves and 'ranges. Ness ana -ew tiome oewina aiacuines.wnica to our prices, and we promise 10 uu a:i t-HEKlDAN BROS. GO T(- S. HAMILTON'S MEW DRUGSTORE FOB L'rass. Paints, Oils, Varnish, Window act Picture Oiass. Statijnery, Perfumery, if yoa wish to purchase them cheaper than at any place son'h ot PORTLAXD. And keeps full lines of EDWARD TODD & CO'S.GOL TENS, PENCILS, ETC, J SCHOOL BOOKS, NOVELS, LEGAL BLANKS. Gteth, Hair, Nat! & Tetb Crushes, Pa?nt9 Wfctt Windsor and Ntwtons tube colors, Wia dow and Picture tilass, every size, at Ixwst Price, by box or pane. Blank Bo -ks, Writing Paper, envelopes, pens. All new Patent Medicines in stock as demand will warrant. UUSS CUT TO OKDER. free of charge. Agent for THREE MIXED PAINTS The celebrated and thoroughly tested PA CIKIC RI'RKKR PAIXT,-The IM PKklSHAliLK PAINT, antr-The ENAMEL PAINT. Agent for M. (jrny, Music Dealer, !'an Francisco. Pre.criptions filled with difpatcb, at tbs lowest rates. Store is accessible at right wimiow on back street at all hour of the night. Remember the place. Brick build "g opposite .Metropolitan Hotel, liofeourg, Orejfoo. R. S. & J. C. SHERIDAN, (Successors to rbos. P. Sheridan) DEALERS IS HARDWARE. TIXWARF , STOVES Uuns, Cutlery and Tir jers' Fur niahiuir Oood . BRICK STOE, JUJSEEURG, OGN. Baving secured the above business wa arepr-pared to keep np its former good name fur work and prices. We have tin best of material and a'wavs a full stock of ZfnU oa hand, and it ia our aim to fur nish ruKtouieia with firs:cass articles at let live price. A full stock of Iron and Steel far sale Orders from abroad will receive prompt a'leotion. H. K. - J. C. SHERIDAN. 5 r gfmrs&a The Promoter and Perfeetor of As adaalUtttan. The Reformer and Vttallzer af the Blooa. Tha Prodneer and Inviarorator sX Nerve suad Mnacle. The Builder and Supporter of Brain. Power. Fellows' Compound Syrup Is com posed of Ingredients Identical with those which constitute Healthy Blood Muscle and Nerve and Brain Substance, while Life Itself Is directly dependent upon some of them. By Its union with the blood and Its effect upon the muscles, reestablishing the one and toning the other, It is ca pable of effecting the following results : It will displace or wash out tubercu lous matter, and thus cure Consumption By increasing Nervous and Muscular Vigor, It will cure tyspepoia, feeble or Interrupted action of the Heart and PalpHation, Weakness of Intellect caused by grief, worry, overtax, or irregular habits, Bronchitis Acute or Chronic, Congestion of the Lungs, evea In the most alarming stages. It eures Asthma, Loss of Yoica, Neuralgia, St. Vitus Dance, EpilepUa Fits, Whooping Cough, Nervousness, and is a most wonderful adjunct to other remedies in sustaining life during the process of Diphtheria, Do not be deceived by remedies bear ing a similar name : no other prepara tion Is a substitute tor this under any eircumst&ncea. Look out for the name and address. J. I. FELLOWS', Bt John, N.B., on the yellow wrapper in watermark, which ia seen by holding the rwrmr befnm th light. Price, $1.50 per Bottle, 6 for $7.50. ' Said by all Druggists. AT FAIR OAKS, .OREGON Sampson Satherliii, Prop,, Mr NEW STORE AT FAIR OAKES IS now completed and tilled . a stock of goods embracing everything founl :n a fjratc)ass country s ore. I am pre pared tO tO Stinnl f .rmun l.l. . i i. V j - , ' r j -'-- I Klliua Ot ffOOda. at lower r-nia il... .1 . , - , , , r---- iiiri caa oa secured elsewhere. Horses, cattle, sheen nil Iiaim ..1 -II L : j ' "i ! m'lB ni countrv -ir.- nee taken and highest market price' ,,'aidi for the same. Oivemea call and stigtv yourself, AMPSON 8CTHEHLIV WAGON MAKER t BEPAIREK. CANYOSVILLK, OREGON. I am Tl-n. rwt in A a . , u, Eiasa wors, at low rates, end la a manner to satislv alt wora m mv re commendation anil If.. Ill : - tte.if i 7. : j . " 001 sp-ait tor j -sj sii t -ror. mna urn my prices, sod if ,heT do n, ;it or-e can. chas . siuui CanyonviUe, br-g.'n. The CHICAGO LEDGER, a li.er.ry and fti-nily paper, can be had by sending to. Chlcaa; ., Illinois. Price. $2 00 yeryaar.. Tbe Ledger is published weekly and ba right pages, and the tone of its stories and ZHS1?.? P"M. d ral. snd wls V ivi um laiiiu i.