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el 1 c SATURDAY JUNE 26, I8fi0 i Society Ileetins, e-vUMPQUA CiU-TER NOJll, ft : 5 ; A. jjM., hold regular cowitiuntca aw tion every first and thitd Tuesday of each tnomb AU members in good tandtnjt will take daa-ami tin:l notice , id govern themseivs aAsirdiiijilyi Visit. inr companions are Invited to meet with the Chapter when convenient. U. HERMANN. H. P. W. I, Fisoitsnts. Wy. - i ; V , LAUREL LODGE A. F. and A. M ' hold rejrulsr meet Intra on Wedne. day on or Mnm each full moon. I. C. Ft) LLhUTON, V. M. B, NEWCOMB, M-cy. ,2 1 PHIUSTAflAN Lodo-e. (i 1 O. O F. inwli on Saturday evening, ol each week at 7 o'clock, m tlieir halt at H,e burg. Member of the order In urood imi. ma are larked to attend. Bv order of theK- i . . - - UNION ECNAMPMEN'T No. 9, I. 0. 0 F.. meet at Odd Fellow' Hall ou tii lsi and 3d Fridays o every month. Visiting Brethren invited to attend r JOHN NICULES.G P. B. O. Il'Jltl. Sir. . ! UMPQUA ORANGE, NO. SS8,i P.ol IL, wilt meet hereafter on tin 1st r-'alur-ot each month. at Grange Halt, in : Koee bur a. Alt ineamts-rs in irood sianding are Cordially invited t a tend: i (to JONES, 2K' ' J. P. DUNCAK. Recretarr, v P. O. Directorv. i On an d after June 10il, 1880. tli mall for the o'h, including Cattoruia, Nevadi and eastern Slates. WilL close at 7 o'clock P. K., sharp. Tli rtmiUd'r the north will cltwe at 8: p. M. -The iasil lor Coo and Curry connti-a will ri-iM. eck day, Haturdav excepted t8:PH Mail ior Oak oraek, Momt Sc.-tt and Patterson's mi I will cl.njj Friday eveuing at 9 i.'cbca p. M - " Mail fnmi miulIi arrives at 4.45 A M. daitp. ' . Maila rivm 'lie north Unity, Sundays exrt'-d m 7:15 p. M. Ffm V,ia inl Curry e untii8 rt 12 M , duiiy. Monday -xc- l-d. Fr'uu Patterson a mill Saturday at 6:39 V, M. " M'udy order bnini-Rs tranaaCH ch day. Smdava rxr-piwl. nni ft t.'clwk A. SI. tit S n'c-uek P. H V"ttl"ab, tttc-r arid parorda reia tr-d to all !iri 'if id- world H. C. Ktaxt n. P. M. There is m five-cent beer saloon in tOWIt. ..,". Tlie Ihprmoroeler atoml at 91 in the aliado on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. . Capt. Travi-ra and lady anl a son of Sartfuit wen in the ciry during tbe we-k. . What lathe oe io pay ft "-liU" fr a gla-ws of .her whn you can buy it of Ueadij-k forflve rent"? . XVhol and hlf rHiiet sets, base ball t ats, all kinds tntse bulla, etc , just received at H. Hamilton's. . 'The SeaMe library iu stock at Dr. Hamilton'. It contains all the pop ular uov-I at price from I. (o 2.1 cts The wif f Mr. James Byron is re ported dying.' Fat-ht-r Heiurich bns gone to adinlnivter the IkhI cud riies of tbe'Cburch to the dyl: g lady. . Five wagons containing 15 person from Jacks n county ptwipii tlir.iUirii i town on Thursday. . TUe families will settle near Oakland, In tlii county. 8'ieriilart Bro. hae Just mwived from the Eiwtai-t'wk of the -'Brig it oo" stovesthe iiest tovea evr oll'er ed fr sale in this market. Go and tee thetn. ., ; V- . Castor oil, ltrd oil, Chln nut oil, fish "11, cal oil. sperm' oil and oiher lubricating oiU for sa'e at belrwk prices in quantities to suit, at Dr. Uamitton'i. Thpre will be a grand dance gven at Lookina Olns- on the evednr of th 5rh. Purine the dav the oklnir Glass base ball dub wilt play against any club appearing tooppose them. . We apVnnw-ielge the receipt of a complimentary ticket to tiie State fair whb-h c'iramews at Salem on the 1st of July snd ends on the 8th. Fare on th railroad to ftalern and return $8.25, during fair week.' . We had tbe pleasure tbN wk of meeting with Mr, F. Schtter, brother of Mr. F. KnhMter, of Cooa Ba. Mr. 8ohetr-r ha le't for Empire City to visit Ms bro'ber whom he has not aeen fir i9 years. The peofil" on the Coqullle are flee ing " the mountains, there, intending to remain several week. The cause of the ex-wl'ia i that dread disease diphtheria. Twenty dea'hs haveon curred mi the river within a month. We hare received a letter from P, Laront announcing tbe arrival of that gentleman at his home In Lowell, Maa , on the 7th of the present month. The letter was da'cd ori the 12th Inst andst.tte that Mr. Larout proposes to soon return to Oregon. Lak Friday evening the ladies of Looklmr Glass gave leap year ball and Invited the gentlemen. There were thirtv or moreconples in attend, anoe, and ail who were there join In the statement that lh party was in every way a gran 1 sncoe. Mr. Te Poienherg l.as roll his In terest In the Pteain Beer mines to Mesor. Raaf, Criteer and FuUerron for the snm of $-.,000. Mr. Critaer and family H move to the mines in about month, and there take up per manent reWnee Woodvilte Barker and family left last es'y fnr White "Blnft W. T. In the neighborhood of which point lie will permanently settle. Mr.- Bar. Jeer vna one of the phmeer ettl,rs of ihla count v. and he leaves a boat of rlends behind to regret als departure. Jmljre and Mra. , Watson rettirne-t tome Thursday evening. Judge Ws t on has just returned from Cooa and Curry counties, where be baa bee ' presiding at Cbtirt. Wa are pleased toaay that the Judge and his lady are improved in heal h, and their many riends are pleased at their return. Prim and Ke ly betrged nomination of the draocrtio Slate oonveotion that-they" might bo 'vindicated' In the charges made ;sa!nt them by Bidn y Dell, ttia Vercury and tbe In dependent. How far they were vln Jlcaed by tho people U shown by the ,C0Q majotity oast agalust theto. nw UltthUoua of the members of the Board of Trustee has been glv q the exe4iTw right to do tha eity c rioting Jfa $dvertuaeiit was In- s wted iu any of tho navswapor tavit las bids for snob printing, taouglt It is trae there are three. sHatiag oSlsos la &. twn. Is this aanthar'aU f iaror- lUans. or a email pieos personal to work wUdt lbs tJWtorltl I tpy tort Ia view of the fact that many have eaid that Sol. Abraham claims too rauch t-redit for the tesuH of the laie election, that gentleman requests ua to say that be claims no credit, for that alono ia due tbe sensible men tu whose voles the judicial rubbers are Indebted for their defeat, and to whom Pol- Abraham desires to return thaeke. A fine dance was given in Mr, Lib. Bhori'a new barn last Friday night. The barn was handsomely decorated and welt lit up, the rnuaio fl e, and the attendance large. The supper was firnt-t:)aca in every respect, and tho e who a'trendwl from this city report having experienced a very enjoyable tune of it, . ' Mr B. C. Dry, not content with the three noat residence ha has near the bridge, is now havluc plans drawn for another building to be used for business purposes, to be erected In the southern part of the city. It would not surprise us, knowing Ned'a spirit of enterprl-, t-huuld h conclude to maku the building of brick, itemember that there will be a meet ing of the citizens held at the Court house this Saturday) evening, to de vise ways and means for the celebra tion of the coming Fourth of July It is to be hoped that there will be a full attendance, and that it will not be said that R seburg was the only town In the county where the Fourth was not appropriately celebrated. Turn out 'everybody. . - '-' Metisrs. G. A. Beath, James A. Smith and two other geutlemen returned fnm a trip into the mountains the other day. They repoYt not Only that the pip was an enjoyable one,' but ahm fiat XTiKle Haidy Eliff ia in dan ge of having his water shut olf some day, iwhlch would dis -ommode that gentlemen very much in his agricul tural Irr gatiou. News reached us during tho -early part i. the week t the effect that Mr. U'm. t'arll, tbeefilcient division agent of the California and Orfgon Stnge Co., was quite ill. Later intelligence prove the first report to T untrue. We are glad of it; the stage company and tbf public Could not well aRord to lose " Billy's'' services, and his friend hope lie will yet live a thousand years. , htrai wherries,' apples, and a l kinds of fruit, la their season, at H iffen den Bros. Just received a splendid line of cigars, which they offer to the trade at San Francisco prices; call and examine the prices. Als.i, trnue splen did assortment of gunpowder, Young hvsnnlteas, roasted coffees, flavoring extracts Freuch prunes, eastern bains. candles and syrup. UMPQUA FERRt CELF.BRATIOX. The people of ti ls vicinity, moeton the 2d int, for the purpose of making fiual arranirenient, to celebrate the coming fourth of July. The celebra tion grove, W. B will" be in Geo. Shambronk's The offleers of the day will he- Clarke, president; Hon. A. H. Kenne iy, . of Looking i'l"s, orator; II. D Thomas, chaphifri; G. H. Kliaiu- brook, reuder; and E. A. Livingston, mnrthal. The amusements of graal the day ivlll be various, and will con- 'dii-t of sack, ami 'not racea, and a ladies, betddes va- spoon rac for the rious other amuneinenU There will attendance A basket There will be good martial music io aij ,0aU at the Rrouuds dinner will also be had. be a large and commodious platform on the ground, for the benefit ond ue of all lovers "of the light fantasfio"' and go xl music for the tme, iu at tendance. There will be a hot air baloon a'C-iiMion, in tile eve:iiu, a 1 1 a larg dia;day of fireworks. A greas- el pig wilt be turned loose and given to the person who tucceeda in catch iua- iL - , Tiii-i prorci-ies to le one of thebett celetr.ioii ever given any place in the co nty. and a general invitation is extended to all, to cume and par take of the samp. To all who Ciiiue, we guarrantee a giwl timi-, and a cuisiilerui tn wall wort a their trip. Co sue one and all. ' V- NOTICE TO PATRON'S. Owing to the H t that we are now alone in control of the paper, we have appointfd Mr. T, 8. lumdman to ar range our books and co, bit all accounts due us. .e have a a-ge ainmiat o 1 money standing out, and ir la neces sary, to inuke the improvements in the paper we cootem- late, that we col lect th,e eame. We hope all those hoin ilr. Iliad 'inn cIW upon will cheerfully answer his cull, and in a sutistattial manner. In many cases itia trni, the sum U smalt, but in the airy n gale I is a gi cal deal to us. We ha ve paid for every paper sent to our subscriber; it is no more than right thus every man who has received the yaper shout I pay us for it. There are some subscribers on our books who ltsvs gone over tw years without pay. lug. It Is time they fchoul I "call at the captaiu'a office.' John w. keiay. "Proof of the Pudding." We have fa d many thing favorable of 5ir. K. i'oilos, the painter; but any one who may yet have doubts as to bis ability to do the best of work in his tine, need only exan.ine the painting he has done tn Abrahim, Wheeler A Co' store. The walnut graining is as natural as nainre would make it, while the oak panels iu the doors would make the "tree which from a lit tle worn giew" ashamed of itset; in attemptins a etter gra'.n of wood. But the beat part of alt is, that Mr. ioliesdid not leae any of hia work half-way done; In all the painting he finished his ork In , au artistic manner and In ev. ry way creditable, and when bis ia.-brs vrere enoea nia wor t was welt done After seeing his work we can cordially recommend Mr. Tolies to any one d.iring the services of a ft rst-class pa inter. ',: Going Home. ' tJeut. Svmons lakes his derarture on the noj thtru b ound train for heol qnartera, atwompanlwil by hts Wj5- anW anl tn iiupjeo-em. w he oonstructed the new road over the. " ". . . - J Ueut. Symons naa hbipi labors, aud bis work ia well duns. H leaves us Uking with him the best wishes of our people, who hsnr. ally eome to regard him in the liht or a friend, and it U tho universal hope that ue may soon return, to u er ninuJtt. Hon vovaee. taon ami. , Ice Cream at Drains. Ur- Neldersta.lt atvi Walter Hall will have an tea cream stand at the Drain celebration ground oa the 5th, They wiU also take with tJem a full supply of eandtea, oakes, soda water, etc, and ws advise all to look fot tbis standt for the reason, there will be. faua4 1 bet f every thing. "OAKLAND 1TE31S. W, T. Kerley's new realdenoel will soon be completed. 1 Work ou the new town school room is being rapidly expended. Preparations are being made for the concert next Friday evening. The tittle "Fink ring'' of this pre cinct has completely "busted." J, H. Shupe, the energetic and affa hie coufectioner, has returned from Portland. Many of the Oaklanders attended the camptneeting, at Wilbur last Sabbatlt. ; Q'Ute a number of rustn are engaged in ttte manufacture of brick, a useful euterprhte for tho town of Oakland. What a curse intoxicating liquors are to the rising generation. The larger pirt of crime ia brought about by the use of this evil. Misses Wheeler and Abraham, two of the captivating belief of R we burg, spent several days in this place during the present week. One of the finest horse-shoe rs on the coast. If a peron wants hia horse or mule shod on short notice, and done in a workmanlike manner, let him give Mr. Merriman a call. The photographer, J. P. Walling, of the firm of .Vinith & Walling, of Ra tem, has his portahle gallery in Oak land. H is wot k commends itself. Hon, B. Hermann of your city, sojourned a few days with ua list week. Dr. Baker, one of the firt settlors of Oikhiud, an I one of the businet men 'f on th9 P-iuifls alrtp.y visited his old home and acquaintances this week. Melo itcssm'vhtt otl, but his men tal pwera are in the full vigor of roanho si. Ayout-g man, of a gonenus heart, but hsd appetite, was arrested last Saturday, Tor disorderly conduct, and bound over to appear before E C. Saery, Bhf., on the following Mous day. The hour came and the unfor tunate gentleintn was before Justice Pacy. After hearing the charges read, tho you nar gantlem tn pitta le t guil'y ami w is fined the sum ef $)n and costs Few justices would have been so lenient as Mr. Sacry. Three magnifl-ent monuments have recently been place t In the old town cemetery. One to the m-imiry'of Ah salnm Clements, who died two years ago; another to the memory of J. B. Smith, who departed this life, a little more than twelve m nths sinoc; and one to tbe memory of Richard Smith an I wife; the former lied m iuy yei.'s asro, and the latter, only one year, lacking a couple of wks. The monu ments will last for many centuries, and are fit tokens of re-peot to those who rest beneath them. " Page, the arrogmt M. D., and the noted Fiddlier, w ho was a mere cats paw in order to strengthen his giant frame, worn out by many sleepless nights, praying for the election of Prim and Kelly. They were elected by an overwhelming majority! What W'ntdey! Alas! that poor fiddle ! "it? strings are all unstrung ami it is now hung upon the willows," where nothing but the doleful sound of the wind U heard. Wheu the democrat ic party places such men as boast'ul doctors and broken down saloon men to the front, defeat is certain, and that too, in a most signal manner. A cer tain man of Oakland went to the demociatio county convention as a (I. lenste, and after lielpinir to make up the ticket, worked ami voted for several Republicans. The same m u) two years previous, went to the demo cratic county convention as a dele gate, and when F. P. Hogau received the nomination for sheriff, walked out of the courthouse, and said lie could control fony-ieven votes in t'nl ipooia p-ecinet ami he should vote the last one against F. P. Hogan. Now, tf-day, tlieid-nioerits of this couuty have this "Judas," this traitor to their pa'ty, a one of the central Committee of Douglas county, tiie man who is well known in Oakland, as the eh am pio ti for liealine iu mer chandize. X. X. X. UMPQUA FERRY. Weather splendid.. Tbe roads are in a good condition. Prof. Heard paid us a flying visit Jatft week. ' ! Another petition in in circulation, pray in it for another county Toad, from the valley to Hubbard creek. Teaming and travel is increasing, which is owing mainly to the fast Im proving roads. - H. W. Churchill and family, of Myrtle Creek, are in this vicinity, visiting their many frieuds and re latives here. ; ' : ; Onr landlord proposes to erect a large aud commodious addition to his hotel, which goes to show that hia patronage is increasing. We uuderstand that there was a so ciable given on tbe t'alapooia, last week, by one of our Tennessee friends,, and from some cause or other, not many Inviutious were extended. We understand-that there is some talk of having a celebration, on the .it!i day of July, her iu the valley. Nothing has baen done as yet, and if the people in. end to have one, they will have to hurry up, for that day will soon dawu upon us. - The census enumerator has been around, and h .8 presented his big book, and has asked five hundred questions, to ua all, as far as wo have heard. ,J ' . : George Shambrook, Sr., has pur chased a riunr.ncr fruit dryer from Met-sis. Grubbe aud Newoonib, which he will have In operation by the mid dle of August, at this place. We understand that our friend Mr. Peters aud a young lady who makes her home here, but is uow stopping in Ko-burg, iuteuJ to outer the holy bonds of wedlock, upon her re turn. A geueral Invitation Will be ex tended to a!l. .-... Times are ' booraiug" at the saw mill, and lumber ia being turned out by the wholesale, which is unsurpass ed io quality. How else could It be un der the emuient managemaut of Mr. Wm. B, Clarke, who is one of tbe best mUlmen ou the coast. . , . Umpqua Gkobok. Musi Hay's School. - Wa had, la type a full account of tbe standing of Miss Lucy Hay's school, but Ju we were going to press an unlooked for accident occur red and the table of standing was nia,!. wav wilt srive the table next week, however, since it Ut so Battering In its detail of the lady's skill as a schoolmistress, and baoauss Miss Hay la one of the best lady teachers ia the eowty. Editob Independent: If you will allow me a small tpaee in your va u able paper, by which to make a; brief reply to Prof. Heard's last letter, I will not again ask your indulgence for this 'purpose. ..This correspondence was Imposed upon me by Prof. Heard, who unjustly saddles the report of the directors all upon my shoulders. The cause of our report was, .that Prof. Heard passed through our i eighbor hood without giving our school a no tice. Prof. Hockett who is our teach er, was at the time, a candidate for county treasurer, and as Mr. Hockett is our neighbor, a id a man whom, we regard as superior to Prof. Heard, In his mental ability, as well as his mor al caoacity we thought the school superintendent did ua, as well as Mr. Hockett, an injustice, by passing with out giving the school a utic. Con sequently, the directors met and m-.de a report which was published iu your paper. In reply to the compliment which the Professor : made me, I would say, I do not profess to be very talented, but I do claim to be as good as Prof. J. Heard, either morally, mentally, or phulcally, and yet I do not wish to make a display of my ability with a man whom 1 consider beneath the dignity of a gentleman to notice. The professor has made a grand display of his taleut in tho lit tle speech he has committed to aay before every school which he visits. A liille speech which has do practiaal utility or bearing whatever, iu the in tents of oommou achoola. In answer to the rcjuest made by the profesr, I have to say If t-.e echoed superintend ent will call upon me, I can give him the names of good and respectable ueighbors vho report him to have been so intoxicated as to be boisterous when he passed through our neighbor hood. : Tliey are men' who have tiie vim to say it to his face, what they have to say to his back. Ed. Labkie. UNDEKWOOD3 SCHOOL I OUSE. Pleasant weather, after a few bhow ery uays ! Jas. A. Sterling Is visiting friends, around here. ' Lei everybody attend the singing it is free to all. Mr. R Harness killed a bear last Friday, and also a C"Ug r, a few days ago. This makes hia fifth bear this year. - William Williams, Wiley Pilking ton and Willie Uuderwood, went fish ing ou Pollao cfetrk .Saturliy, and caught a few fine truut. ; . j , We he rd that Mr Jas, Medley was going back to Missouri, bnt do not know whether he is going to take back a partner or not. Anyway, we hate to lose him. MORE ME AX ESS. Without consulting Mers. Fuller ton and Ka-t, and ou'ide ,.f the coun cil chamber, the boid of trustees has decided to appeal the esse of the city against nl. Abraham in the matter of the opening of the street to the river through Mr. . Abraham's propeity, t the supreme court. Th r is something of the Star tri bunal iu all this. Ju lire 'Vatson h is already given the In w iu the premi ses, ainl against the city.' To manage th t case the city oas b- eti put to con widerable exs?nse, aud to continue the matter and carry it to tho supreme cour it is (jnlle clear tbe first ex pense will te dou'ded. Aud what is all tills for ? Certainly to oohii the strre' as dt-sirel i.y A. A. Fink an I others, would notcrette a public con venience. Outside of those whu lea t iu tho movement, we h.iv not heard onesinifleiitdivbluaissy that tlienp- u iag of the street was d--ir.4ltv Every citlzt'ii.oiit-i le the I itt'- spiteful- ri g, will agree with us in th!-, an I in a'so that it is nppareiit that t'i coitttn-ied litigition in tiie nutter i- uoiiiiuv le-s thaii for the continued barrasstneitl of Sol. Abraham, to work jiers'-nnt end-, and at the eXjsMtse "f tiie taxpyers f tneciii'. n w.ind T.vow longtuc in-. leliigeut ci'iz-n of Hoaebura jwill sub mit to ouch ou'raires? We a e curious to know how locg they wi l pay t txea to figlit Nd. Abraham b. cau-e onilnly don't like hin. This is all there is in the maMer. and there Is every resson to condemn this last action mi the part of the ring. If Hot. Abraham was not the owner of the prop rty, and the street bad not been closed for over twenty years, and iheopening of the street through bis property would lie a public benefit, we would nave iioih. inir to r-ay: but io put the city to stev rl tin nil re I dollars, and pet baps mure than a thousand i-i expeoe. la too much pay for (be luxury of iermitiiiig the little ring to work injury and do spite work to one ho i their e-iia as a taxpayer and a bearer of the bur. dens of city govennent. We have heard it said on the streets thut the ring would not do all tb'9 if the expense Cutne from the Individual po- kets of its members; ttiat it Is tie esuse they can make the 'jieop'e py for it tlierint-contiitiiesiu itslaw-uuit. It hexins to took uud.iubtsdly like this la the ea-e. t et the people of ROseburg bunt up all the facts, aud Judiie for tiiemelves, honestly aud without rej'n!ice. If they will do this they will find how sadly they are beinjr aoused by those who ought to do tietter. HANCOCK AND ENUL1SII. The National Democratic Conven tion has met, nominated and adjourn ed. : The nominees of tlie convention are W. S. Ilancock.of Pci.iisyiyHnia,for President, aud Jainea K. Eiifilibh, of Connecticut, for Vice President. Of the can lidatejy let us say this; i'hey make the strongest ticket tbe Democrttlo Couventioa coulvl have possi lily pla d before tLe petnde he Demoi-ratie delegates must have followed after the example set them by the l.'epublicane, who have undoubt edly "ptU tlieir bes; foot forward'' in contemplation of the Isvvtmber po litical dance. ' The I ttnocrats at t iccmuati must be Kiveu credit of conaiuerabie fore- sight. They nominated one oi the bravest U"iou geuersis of the war, aud thereby foreaiallcd the t-ry of tbe 'bloody shirt." Tney took up a man who has served In public life only as a soldier, aud, therefore, unlike Garfield, be has no political n cord to attack. l hey found iu this candidate a veteran of tbe war of Mexico, and ibis is some thing to glory oyer. They chose one who has known Pemocracy as he learn ed tt from the immortal Stephen a. Douxlas, and who, to-day. stands alone among the generals of tho war on tbe Union side wnom the Democrats nave not fought or complained of. fie is a man ot oxtinaui military arnieve menis, aud one who bas notbiog to answer for In private life ' He is op posed however, by as brave a general ana as gooa a mau, poruapsb toe point In the race between tbe two la lu the matter of leadership, aud all will wait till November before they decide which or tbe two is the greatest gen eral. J. E English baa the reputation of having most always earriea Mnnecu cut for Governor. His private, and pub lic tepotatioa isgood, that he isaa hon est aud able man no one wtll deny . Walt until! the returns eome In. and we will tell you which paryr ftu nom inated tfee strongest ticket. - Testimonial. . Tbe writer of the following is a Baptist m inlaw: of many years stauiHncr, wall kaown as a Mlesionary tc tlis itKliana, and is now a teacher ia the school recently es tablished at Forost Grove fur the edaea Una of Indiaa youik -. Forest (Jroye, Or-, March 8. 1880. : I have been troubled many years with weakness of tbe kiJoeys aud have tried msry different remedies, sought aid from diifer. nt physiciass and even clianged cli uiatcs to obtain relief, but have met witli indifferent success. " Bearing tbrouuh friend, of tbe value of the OKEliON KID NEY TEA, I obiaim-d a box of it and have derived greater benefit fruni it ' tbaa anj thing else I Lara yut lound' .- - J, T. llunr. !..' II IXfWII III. Nil. It is a happily Fel low' Cumpound of Syrup H.vpnpliHljits wil. retard vital consumption, itcrettres iuvoiu'.-tnry muscular pow-r and tlnrobj harden the orirane, promote vitt'l y and fscii atflrestoratiun. It nsrquutly p Sfnacs tlia wonderlu) property of prulung ing liuuiaii I fe. An Open Letter, i Philomath, July SI, 1879. ' Messrs.' Griffin and Co. our Cream Biking or Yeast Powder gives ourcustomeis beiter a isAiction than any other we have ever jId For said by ark & t o. Roseburg Yours truly, Allkn k Harris. No iK'lasiim.i - Haffeiiden Bros. keep the finest stock of general and fancy groceries, in Roseburg, both in q-iantity aud quali ly and variety, PriOBS d.w i to bed rock. : . j The Wlllami'tte Farmer. Our farmers should suisitHb for the Williamette Farmer. It is the only farmer's paper iu Oregon tin best on the coast, aud Mr. W. J. (Nark is now in tbe county ready to take your name, see him. Bo You Believe It. 'Ill at in this town iliura ars sonresof per sona padsiiitr our stom every day wli -e lives are uiado niisenb b by Juditfes-icn, Dyspi'iMiia, iMur and diatrt'ssed atumacn, l.ivr cmplaint, C illiiiai.on, wli 'ti loi 75 call's Wa will sell tli m Mnioli'a Vilul izwr iriitrauteed to euro '.Ueiu. tfoid by S. Hamilton. . . r We Challenge Tho World. When we s.iy we iwiieve, w uvh ev). ilciicc to prove tlint Hliiioli's Cunsu 1114111011 Curt, is d,'idiiiiy the best l.'iiiii M-dicine made, in as inucii as It wi.l rum aommoii '11 Chronic Cough in 011s iiaif tti time and relieve Asiiiuia, Broneli'tis. VVliooiiiiii; 'Touuli, Croup, and show mors ca-ss of C"UMUuiitioa cured ilian all 'others. It will cure where tliey fs.il. It la pleasant to tik", harmless to the youngest Cuil't and C iriiareutee what we say. Price. 10 eta. ucts. ami jfl 00 UyurLenir4 a. tuirs steal o' Bjuh tame use Ulnloii's Porua Pull Said by Ci. ihtuiiUnii. dru.'g'.st. HaU'a Vejjetabln S.fii'ina Hnir Rvnewer is a soiiuiiric coinbination of some ot l ho moat powerlul restorjiiive amenta in tne v.HTi-iHlile kiutfiloiu. It resiore grjy liair to lis onjriuil cot jr. It makes luo sclp wnkh auu uiean. It' curvs dandrutt' and Hum irs. ami failing ou ut tho hair, li tummies tuu nutriiive priuciplu iy which tne hair is nrur.aie-d and supprtvU. It iiialtes tli" u.iir must, solt audi;! ssy; 13! t'lofuj', and is uusurpawed as a liairdre-a vit iout d iuti- it ia ibd best 'and moot . cuiioui cat prenaratior. evir effered to ttie dutihc, as Its elf -cis remain a inir tint", making only au m-c isioual ai; l.cnlioi. nc cangry, Jt is r-.coinuien.iiil and u.a hy eunrieut medical nn-11, anU olUuiiti'y iu irae.i by tin, Si.ite Ass.tyer 'of .MasHucIin-setia-' The pn;iulrity of llad'a ilair lie newer has icrad wpu tiie test of many years, l tli in tln c lUutre, aud in torvin Uiuis, and is is now knju and u-rt iu ad civtlizca ts mmricB of tlio worid For sale uy alt do tiers, Und, Uavia & Cj Porta and, wli(iiea:e aetna. , Ayer's Cstbartis Pills are .be beat ol al pn.fa:ives for faintly uso. Tiny ars the irouict oi Ion if, laUiriuus and suiewsful eaeinical invttigatiun, aiid their extensivs 1 sa ia tueir practw atci' by ail ciVilixl natims, jiroVes ilo ia the bear and hop! eil'-s; usi purgative pill that tuedical science Cin dev m. Boin pureiy rejfetal oirt uif harm can eria ifm tlieir nm. In intrinsic valuo and ciralive powers no oilier pills-" can be comwred with ibetn ami every person knowing flwir virtues vill eiiiiiiny tlum wlieu uwdd. "i bet keep the syr,t, m In r",''!,,c'' order and n '.muiu iu bealihy uctiuu the wbule maoliin ry of life. Mild, acaicliinj;. ef tec:ual. tliey are spefisl'v adapt' d to the needs of the dijreSMve a (in rat iw, drranva innntsrd wbicU llier lTeveot and cure, is nnely taken. They ara liie best ai.d safest !iyic ui emoloy fi cliildren and weskened c na:itntious, where a mild but ffrc;uat catuariie ia-requifei. For ale l-y al! dealer. Uodg", Davis 4 Co. wh. lo cals dealers. HOSEB'JUU. OltEaON. ALL BUSLVESS l:i MY LINE WILL be prompt ly attended to, and charges moderate. Can b found when wanted, liujuiro for me at Koscburu butel. U. 8. Lsnd Offic, Iloaeburg, Orgon, Mar 10 U. 188U. - Notice I hereby jjiv.n In pnrsnanca of an aemf Coiref, of June 8d, 1878, for the sale of I'linlH-r Lin Is In tile siHt1H ot Calitornia, Orttun, Nevada and Waabinff ton Ter.hory. that tiro. W. Jones and Wm. ti. B. Umm ii.8 fild tiieir ai plica. tion to imrcliusi tbe north-bnlf of the comb-ha I of section S, in township 27 aou'b, "f tantre 5 west. Anv nno all persona cbiminu- sdvsraeh the abvs descrils-d luiuti, must file their e.aiw in tic Kegiater's utlicarw.tUiD six.y ilaitliuiii tins dale. - W. F. BENJAMIN. Keif is' er. tnylO ftJdys fEIJiJM, PECK & CO., I M20 -ANO WHOLESALE OROCERO AH! DEALERS IN J 3SB 0L15 KEY WEST A N EW YORK CIGARS Nos. 126, 128 & 132 Market Street, AND " Nos. 23 & 24 California Street, SANFRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. COHBENCINS APRIU.T, 1880, The Celebrated Stallions PllCs Will stand for tbe earning seams as fo! lows: Rosebanr on Friday sad (Satur day; other tints, at home, six mile, aor fe west oa tbe Cote's valley road. If chanfre is mads la these' arrangements, doe motto will a given. H. wall, .. . Rate of Uervleee Te Insure, $10. '.',-'"V-. Proprietor. Ati eaaaaanaieatioas by saril mast ba ad dressed to the proprietor. Hotsberg, Or a r rt A H rt- r"w' WHOLESALE AND ROSEBURG, THE ABOVE NAMED FIRM WOULD Buottiern pordon ot Oregon that tliey EVER BROUGHT TO SOUTHERN OREGON. The slock iq question is ortnpleta in every detail, and was purchassd ia Ban Fran cises at sucli low figures that we are able to sell at sucu rates as to permit ut to defy competition in wholesale and retail prices. The stuck comprises . First-class Dry Goods, Full Lines of Glothing, Ladies' Drbss Goods, Fancy Millinery Goods, Hats and Oap3, Boots and Shoes. Etc. ! WE HAVE COMPLETE LINES OF GROCERIES & CROCKERY Glassware, Tobacco, Cigars Wimes and Liquors. We liare Iso everything io tie wy of HARDWACE. and can supply Urmra mitU FARMING MACHINERY Of all kinds ia reapers, mowers, etc., oa the shortest notice rnd mt reasonable terms Hisi. st ?rics Paid for Wool, Grain and Froduc.. In cmettlnn with the sor and nsr ih railroad dfpnt we have a aeommodinn ware'muHe for lbs MOTMire of trrain. and arijoininir the warehouse We have till lau improved Qraia E evatnr and tirain leaner, winch farmers will Gnd advantaeeuu. t'ountry store-keeper will find on application we ran offer thsm suwrior bartrain Qlve us a 'Ha', for wa will n t be imdersVd. ABHAHAM. WUEELEM Si ( O. E.M.iDAYIS.M. D, PHYSI0A1M AND SU.IGIO:. OFFICE jCPsr MRS IN S, MaBKS iCo's brick building. Ibsv4hiirj. 4r iron. Privai sielis i c nultatHin room for p" The CHICAGO LEDGER, a literary am' family paper. ci be had by unding l C'ltieaifo, Illinois. Price, 82 00 peryear. 'f he' LnJgfer is publiabed weekly and ha eight pastes, and tin touo of its stories and oili-r matter is pure and moral, and well calculated lor the family. ED. TOLLES; Kouae, Sign and Carriage PAINTER, draining, Martding, Kalsomin'ug and i HARDWOOD FialSHER. f . ... . Paper-lianjrinir and wall-tintinir prompt It atrendeii lo at low -ales. Orders lo be bv left ut Or. S. Hamilton's drugstore. on jackson street; K0Si3i;na. Tolin 37 a r q. xi a r Announces to the public that he has rcoeiied the re taurant opposite j Hitende.i Bros., and will KUKNISU MEALS AT 25 CTS. And that he will supply bis tables , with the best in the market .Vo Chinese Cook JSmplo ed. At FAlll OAKri, 'UUKUON. Sampson Sutherlin, Prop. ' MY NEW STOI1E AT FAIR OAKES IS : uoa completed and tilled with a fine Block ot jrood embracing everything foual iu a ;firatclass couniry Store. 1 am pre pred to to eupply farmers with an kinds ut rind. at lower prices than they Can be si-cunsl elsewhere. Horses, cat tie, sheep and b.iL'S and nil kinds of couniry ro ue taken aud biiiest market price paid fur lue tmiid Hive mea eal! and sniisly vouraetr. Clin -u.i suiiie.uiii.i R. BHSCKH!IHID2 I PKOPBIKTOK Jpposite T. P. Slieiidab's Ilardwarr i . Store, . . , :, ROSEByiUJ, OREGON. Mantle pieces made from Italian and American; marble monuments, ai.d tomb stone, made to order, and nrat-nlaas work warranted in this ne. Anything in the way ofsume-cutttng qrotuptly perforated, ant. II orders rroiniitlv blietl. Always a lull stork of inarhle and other stone oa hand and in cae ot an; repair iu this line lo Hie haim ot billiard tables, etc, sattafaettve will uu guaran etsi. U. ri.li.tJJ4. t.jN til l)JUi -EXCELSlOlt LIM jii.iamiiv & co, HORSE 6B0EINU WADE SPECIALTY And alt kinds of work - PROMPTLY EXEatiTE. GITS THE FIRM A CALL. And you "mil cens again . - - i.ii i h BI02S2TaIi Da &0SEBURQ ORE ON, -y" yiLL ATTEND TO ALL CASES Vtf latrsstod U Ida earsi Offl. al alsreskiaace RETAIL DEALEBS IN OREGON, ANNOUCNE TO- THE PEOPLE OF THE have iuiortd to Roseburg one ot ll rchandii Appetite, refreshing sleep, the ao uisi tion of flesh and tador.are tileaaings arendatit upon the reparative process se which this priceless invlgoraot Hpeetiily initiates aud carries to a suc cessful cout-lnsion. Digestion ia re stored and sustenance afforded to each life sustaining organ by the Bitters, which is inottensive even to the fem inine palate, vegetable In composition and thorouitlv sife. For sale by all drugtrists and dealers. A Fine Stock and Farming Ranch. Terms reasonable, and desire for sale is occasioned through a wish to (migrate to hastem Oregon. ff price of land and referencoe ni-jture f J oil u W. Krtdy, at the I ndicpenoent )ltt, or tbe pcoi rielor ou tbe iem aea. Latd for sale trOO acres of thnber and (erasing and lnriiiinif land combined ; aUiui 75.000 of Ji.rminir land and tbe re mainder pasture and timber land. The almvtf conuiins a fine orchard and about 3 acres of garden land sul j.-ct to irr:jrtion I here also ia a Due lot ot younsr treea in tbe aliove named orchard, embracing all k nds j peaches, cherries and apples and vines of all kiuds. There is a Rood water wheel on the stream oh the premises that affords about a twelve-horse puW'-r, and runs the sl.inizle will of It. B. A'er indale & Son.; H. L. STEPHENS. t "01,83 VAlAltr.Oretpm. T-ere is a chance fir a good bargain in : i : - who applv aarlr. SEUCS-1Z FOSJCXt, AGt.NT CB WILM ELIDING CO, Importers and Wholesale Dealers In FIIIBVmS&LiaUOHS. 214 sad, 211 Front Street, : i San Franoisco. 73 T-4 s- e a !? wr 4 ,iii Tin; f m toU kowmx a Co t m at " f . e .et k bjuju wr. . CELEBRATES 8 C i ' i J . . w?a ifw&r Ifis H eroitiAca ?9 1,111' to a rl i M S 3 il" I tea e - -. ie- .. ua. sj 6tW!io,iifne(iiiTk e " twUweootjaettiwav i III ' bs suaoei ft, tk frietmld - - ' i '. Wsi-wsryjwa Sheridan Bro Jee iuey would anaoaoe that tbey have just Secsived and bow hat e oa hand oas ot Evsrhronght to Doatrlas eonaty, snd when added to tbelr STOVES CiV ai TERNS and BE - V& 1 1NWARE. they are prepared to cedars the, hivltZ In. sn ply io their llnerof ativestablisi.mimt in Southern Oregon, wtich the eronoM can purchase else w hers. I In the aliape ot budding materials the way of locks, butta. etc wa can offwi superior inducements to purchaser. .Try as. -. We can uive you bargains in tbe following brands of stores, not equalled elm where Buck's. Booansa. Farmer IJUlliy, Dexter, Pacific, Wi,l West ClarendoT Occident, Iron Eintr, Empire City. ar other stovee and ranires. ' Tbe best of workmen are constantly employed ia th. manufacture of oar Tinware. and buyers should learn our prirx-a, . ,4 we nave aso carajrina to noe in gons, sacat v inciiester.Sbtrp and other Bi flea. sa wen as in oiiot-gnns ana rtsto s We are also Alfenta foa tb vjhite. Pwrlss and New Home Sewing Machines whick Me sell at lowest rates and warmnt as aomulet. id everv resnnct. ' We can also supply Avcril! The best ia th. market, at ike lowest rates. Oive us a call, luspeet oarfciock, inquire a any one can. I Genl Merchandise, 1NCL Ul) IK G EVERY V ARIETY OP LADrES' DRESS GOODS, OF TIIE LATEST STYLE. Casliimsz.3 cf all Variety and Shades on Han at Tins HEW YBZ -OF M. JOSEPHSON, Gentlemen & Boy's .- BaBwBJBJBjBjBBJSjMBJ , I - . . . . BEFORE PCRCHASINQ ELSEWHERE, BY SO DOING GOOD BARGAINS C AN . BE SECURED. O rfi'rtnira' 1 Tbe Promoter ana re rf ectar ef its aim! ia tion. Ths Refomer and Tltstllzer ef tke Blooo. . .The Prodnrer ana Iarvisjerater ef Nerve and Muscle. The Builder and Sopperter of Brain Fewer. . i- Fel lows' Compound Syrup Is eom- posod ot ingredients identical with ' those which constitute Healthy Elood, ; Muscle and Nerve and Brain Substance, ' while Life ltsolf ts 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 tuberco-,. loua matter, and thus cure Consumption By Increasing Nervous and Muscular Vigor, it will cure Iyepepsuw feeble or interrupted action of the Heart and ndpttation. Weakness of Intellect caused by grief, worry, overtax, or Irregular, habits, Bronchitis Acute or Chronic Congestion of tho Lungs, even in tho most alarming stages. It cures Asthma, Lose of Voice Neuralgia, St. Vitus Danes, EpilepU Fits, Whooping Cough, Nervousness, and Is a most wonderful adjunct to other remedies In sustaining lite during the process ot Diphtheria. ( Do not be deceived by remedies bear ing a similar name : bo other prepara tion Is a substitute for this under any elrcumstances. t Look out for the asms and address J. I. FELLOWS', St. John, N.B., on ths yellow wrapper la watermark,, which Is aeea by holding the paper before the light. Price, $1.50 per Bottle, 6 for $7,601 j Cold by ail Druggists. I. S. Rossnbanm & Co., MAKUFACTUiifcRi OF CISARS, . . AND Dealers in Tobacco, S. E. Cor Ihttter yStree'a SAJfFRAXCISCO CAL Would aunouiice to the trade throughout Southern On-roo that they are pr pared IQ Oueriufsrir auvsiiMjiw ia ,e,r itov, i rnd wuld resisctiully call attortioa Deeiatlv urt only to "vs a ut wtin w s. -i '" ' Tlieir purely Havami and Ui cent ei - ar, UUI ill"! Mir ,i,''wihk , msiilH H wIucj tlo-y are maautaCiurerS i Blaatnund," "Our (Miutlcv," Oitnite, " "Elaine," Gnzley," Champion," Bohenitati." And wbicb brards are bow it first-el aa demand ever where. I. 8. Ro-etilaui & Co, alsi would have it nnde.'e;oii) tljnt they are willinx sad will sell ah articles iu ihir line to p, irons cliesper i ban can traveling aifeats lor any firm, and thni, all order soul thetu wiil lie fitridslied without delay and la tbe neat est and nu ii reliable manner. Uive us a trial once, and yon will res uieiu our permant patrons f . 3. K SfcNBAUM & Co. Cansron's E.taurant! CORN EH JACElSmN WASUINUTON . - Roseburg, Oregon. Heats &t Alt Kattrs. FRESH OYSTERS IN EVERT fiTTLE The only fim elaas eating house ia tbe eity. Tables supplied with 'be Best, sad veiyy aiteutioa paid lo gueau UOBEUT 'JAMERON. HOTICZ. TTOTfCB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT XI the undersigned execatora ot ike es- Ute of S D. Willis, itecnaeed. fcav Bled a . final acowot tiiereta ; aed that the Stb day ot July, A, 1830, baa been SBViWeo. CasT Lhai hMtf(r fJ cttuM-jVaBai ia tfttAik aiaa ttMntyeuan fcr I)ojla soontv. (reira. - r " ! 1 . . n it'tT t I ' . - V, b, W1LM , i.ie?cvjr, . . ' . - ind ttubbtr Paints, - nor prices, and w promise to suit all KHEklDAN RKfIS SW Saw MiLTuN'S UEX! DRUGSTORE FOR Draffs, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Window sod, Picture Oiasa. Stati inery, Perfumery, . if yon wiab to purchase tbcra ehaaei; than a', any place sou'li ol P0RTIJVND. And kees full lines of EDWARD T0DD& CO'S.GOLD --.rEXS; I'EttCETcVT SCHOOL BOOKS, NOVELS LEGAL BLANKS. Cloth. Kate, tUtS &TQtttk grushe?, Pa?tita . White, wah, Varnish A.pttst'a Windsor and New tons tube colors, Wis dow and Picture Glass, every size, at lowest Price, by box or pane. Biauk Bd ks, Writing Paper, envelopes. ena.. All new Patent Medicines in stork as demand will warrant. ULiNS CUT TO OiiDKK. free of cUrge. An.-nt far THREE MIXED PAINTS The celetira'cd and ilnrouffli y tesiedjPA CIFlt: RITJiRER PAINT, Tbe IM- : PERISHABLE PAINT, ami The F.NAMEL PAINT. Ajtei.t for M. (iray. Music Denier, ran Francisco. Prescription filled with dispatch, at ths lowest rale. Store Is acoewible al ripht window oa back sreet at ail lionr of the night. Kemember th p'ci. Brick build u H oppoiite Metropolhsa Hotel, Kueeuurg, Oreifon. - . E. LEQAUL-? Wishes tbe pablie to understand that he. has esmbiisbed a A BROOM - lilUFAGTUflG ESTABLISHMENT At Oakland, and on the shortest notice -will supply the trade and private' part 1 with any aumhnr of bnaxna, oi all style ad sizes, cheaper tbaa thev can be par chwtd elsewhere. He baa had long expe rience in th. business, and iruatantees sat isfaction. Orders frtt abroad promptly filled. Give Lima trial. THE STAPv SAL002T; Jackson Street. Roseburg, 7jx imrniai;, prop I hereby announce to the publlo that I have refitted aud refurun this refuruished this nnvivrv - ,. i y Ult OUX HE2QRT I And shall keep oa band One aw . - VV JL2.C5, JLdiCinCL A3l2,arS maa A J. - swsea4 Eves, frcia 1 to 2 Years 01-1 CLEAN AND VKLLBRED. Olv. price aud fall particulars. AddrerO, B. Cf. FARRAE, CS3 Pine street, St. Lonla, Jffo. Oakland, Oregon. B. F. ELLSWORTH, PUUPtUirTOR, Tilt nMtwtM .1... 1. - " - , " . m i BnuiiuKi, . it h in haa once more assumi d eontrol ot this pop ur nuuse tateiy aunt r llse mnaera.t of Mrs. Uibson) sod tin t ti will attend to. the wants of patrons lg a fimtsclaj c.ao nr. The table will be rupolied with best the market afford, the li of tlu boose are well furnished neat and clean, and ' pains Will be spared to render enestseor, fobhv B. 1'. ELLSVV0RTH FWISB TO ANNCNCE TO THS pnbblio that I will fay Be bills ot Ue Kitthell aerssater. C. I KITCIIELL. b'oeetnrg, Jane 15, 1 fcO. 4w. rv-' ry. Tywp - irf . i a-rw W waiia; , 1 Jak 'tseeior 4U'i, store, -iba?g'i Crt, 11 i f 6 . . - - f "