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LOCAL ITEMS. BOSEBURO, SATURDAY, OCT."! y tAUBEI. LODGE A. P. M., WILL ili fold egular meeting on Wednes day on or before each fall moon. rauBTOCN.FBLEKT0N-w-M- PHILfiTAKTAX J- meets on Thurriitv week at 7 o'clock, in their hall at Rose barg. Members of the order in good stands I nar are invited to attend- By order of the N UNION ENCAMPMENT. No. 9, I. O. O K.. meets at Odd Fellows' Hall on the 1st and 8d Fridays ot every month. Visiting Brethren invited to atteud T ' E. G. Hursh, a P.. Jodk Chase. Scribe. UMPQUA GRANGE, NO. 28, Pi of II., will meet hereafter on the 1st Satur ot each month, at Grange Hall, in Rose burg, All mesnibers in good standing are eordiklly invited to attend: JAMES T. COOPER, M. . i . uuncan. Secretary. .tjm UMPQUA CHAPTER NO. 11, F. f hold their regular commu (mmi nications every first and third Tuesday in each month. All members in good standing will take due nd timelc notice and govern themselvers accordingly .siting companions are invited to meet with the chapel when convenient. , B. HERMANN. W. I. Fuiedlander, Sec'y. TERMS OF COURT- . The Supreme Court shall meet at the seat of Government on the first Mondays of October and March. The Circuit court for Douglas county, on the second Monday of May and the third Monday of October. County and Probate court on the Brit Mondays of January, April, July and September. Commissioners court on the first Wednesday after the first Monday of January, April, July and September. Exporting Woolex Goods. Ihe Ashland Tidings says: The Ashland Woolen Mills probably turn out more goods than ony other woolen factory f the same nominal capacity in the United States. Every resource of the mills is taxed constantly to keep the ut-put up to the highest possible quantity. Every week large shipments of goods are made to the San Francisco and Portland markets. Blankets, flannels, shawls and socks are products in which for quality and finish these nulls hold the first position in the mar kets of the Pacific coast All Serene. Chief Engineer Thiel sou returned from tha front cf jth N. P. R.R. recently. He states, says the Standard, that the trouble with the employees has been settled and work is proceeding satisfactorily. The re port that the men threatened tSu hang Messrs. Hallett and Nixon was true, but the timely arrival of a detachment of troops from Fort Couer d'AIene on the day set for the job prevented it. Mr. Thielsen went along the grade with only six soldiers as a guard for the treasure,, and paid the laborers as he came to them. All the ringleaders of the strike were paid off and discharged. Bob. Ford, one of the MLuonri n.,t!w. ;. on trial at Plattsburg. Denis Kearney is at work again in the po htical field at San Francisco. The prohibitionists of Chicago haveilaced in the field a full ticket Timothy hay sella at 12 50 per ton in Coss county. About 75 men are employed in the Co qnille fisheries. Skating Rink opens at Mark's Hall, Mon day night October 30th. Relief funds for Penaacol vll sufferers collected in New York, amouated 10 Forty new cases of vellow fev- .r- m cially reported at Pensacola. Total cases to aate; U18; number of deaths, 171. Seymour Condon, son of J. B. Condon, ine weu known geologist has been elected otate ljiorarian. The Oregon LecwUture h. U,i All needed legislation was ainofcherpJ ; - U senatorial fight. Next Sabbath Rev. M. O. Miller will preach at Cow Creek, at 11 a. m. and at canyonville at 7 p. m. James Chenowith has sold his farm near uawand, consisting of 1,000 acres, to J R Dodge. Consideration $16,000. Dunton Famblin, a former resident of Koseburg, now residing at Cottage Grove, Lane county, was in the city this week on Dusmess. He is enjoying good health. In the Probate Court this week, Judge Fitzhugh denied the petition of F. P. Hogan asking to be appointed executor of the nun cupative will of A. J. Downen deceased. Did you hear the news from Ohio? Penn sylvania, New York and Indiana speak next month. The Democratic tidal wave tolls high. Look out for breakers in 1884. Thur man is sure to be on tep. The registry bill was killed by the Port land members (Republican). They want a cnance m use the federal assessments in vot ing repeaters in 1884. The people will hold the Republican majority responsible for its defeat Oregon has two new counties Klamath, set off from Lake, and Crook set off from Wasco. The biil to create Thurston county out of the eastern portion of Umatilla failed. It passed the Senate, but was not reached byth4 house. But it would have passed the house too, had not the time been token up with the senatorial contest John Gildersleeve, the old and diaM furniture dealer of this place, will soon start on an extensive visit to the East. He goes to Boston and other cities of the Atlantic States to visit friends and relatives whom he has not seen for thirty years. His furni ture store will be conducted by D. C. Mc Clelland during his absence. We wish Un cle John a prosperous journey and safe re turn. FB0M GABDINEB. OAKLAND KEW8. Alfred A. Wbaeler will ceatribatt U tha Novem ber Califonin-OvrIa(i aa art id. ntit.led, 'A lantamjMrary of Washington." cooiiitiue of W ttoac now forth first time raade abli from the memoirs or reter Adolph Grotjan, friend of Wach Jnffton, Jffersn, Raniolph, Burr, etc In the same number, W. W. Crane oontroverU the rond taktn with regard to Industrial CivUiiaUon h Mr Spencer in "Political Institutions." his last hook The success of the "Cross of Monterey, and ether roems, oy Kichard E, White, shows how iatense Is the iaterest In all thins early Ciillfoiulan on this coast. Address the Californian Pubiishiif Compa ny, 4Uo cauiornla. street, San Franeisco. Malheur Hesirvatiox. Nearly feur thousand square miles of the Malheur Indian reservation has been added to the public domain. This tract of land embraces one of the best stock raising regions of Eastern Ore gon, south of the Blue mountains. It is about sixty miles square, is well wa tered, the climate is equable, and the land will no doubt be greedily taken up. The Baker City Iranchofthe Oregon Railway and Navigation coru- Puy a system, ana tne Oregon Short line will be in hauling distance, and if the latter company should decide to coma to tidewater through any other pass in the Cascade mountains, south of the Columbia river, the road wil pats directly through this country. Peterson's Magazine. The premi urn engraving for Peterson's Magazine for 1883, beyond all question, is the most valuable ever issued. It is a copy, in line and stipple, of the extra ordinary painting by the great Hunga rian artist, Muncaksy, "Christ Before Pilate, which is creating such a sensa tion in Europe, sixty thousand persons having Tisited it when on exhibition at Vienna and as many at Prague. The picture is so real that the specta tor seems to be actually present The prominent object is the patient forgiv ing, divine face of Christ j Then there is Pilate, with his puzzled, hesitating air; the angry hate, the scowling brows of the High Priests and Scribes; the wild, almost insane rage of some of the crowd; and more than all, the un speakable pathos in the countenance of the pitying young mother, who, with her babe in her arms, stands looking on from one corner. Never before was that ever memorable scene so vividlj conceived, much less no successfully i and powerfully depicted. The nicturA should be had in every family. It can oe nan, gratis, by getting up a club for Jreterson. Unlv the ennrmnna re lation of the magazino can explain why the proprietors can afford to give such premiums. Peterson is the best and cheapest of the lady's books, the price being but two dollars a year, with great deductions to clubs. Specimens f the magazine, to assist in getting up clubs, are sent gratis, if written for. Now is the time to get up clubs for 188. Address Charles J. Peterson, POQ Ciestaut street, Philadelphia, Pa. Old Pioneer. Judge Cathcart, one of the oldest pioneers of Douglas coun ty. was in the city Tuesday. He was born in Burks county, North Carolina, on the 26th day of August, 1797, and is in the 86th year of his age. Not withstanding his great age, he retains perfect control of his mental faculties and is a pleasant and interesting con versationalist He has lived in this and adjoining counties nearly thirty years, and at one time served the ceo pie of Douglas as County Judge. His political opponents as well as his friends admit that in his official capac ity he was both honest and capable The old man has been blind for about two years, but bears his misfortune with resignation. He isstopping with relatives and friends in Cole's vallev. and manages to keep himself posted in the current news of the dav, and in conversation shows a mind well stored with useful information'. Many of the old pioneers have passed away, whilst he remains, as it were, a monument of the advance guard of e;vilization in this section of Oregon. May his stay be long and pleasant Having to spend Sunday in this flourishing village "down by the sea," I have been not a little surprised and gratified to mark the evidences ef thrift and material prosperity the stranger meets with on every hand. Your cor respondent visited Gardiner bef ire the great fire ihree years ago, that swept away the entire village, and the con trast between Gardiner then and Gard iner to-day is truly gratifying. The lumbering business, which forms the center of all other industries here, is most ably represented by Messrs. Jew- ett fc McKenzie. More thorough and agreeable business men can not be found in any community. There are at present running between this pert and San Francisce and ether places in California and Mexico, a fleet of sail vessels with a carrying capacity aggre gating about 24,000 feet of lumber per month. This company has in and around Gardiner about 150 men in their employ, and pay out for wages, logs, etc., n an average of ten thou sand dollars per month Captain Matson of San Francisco, is here building a new schooner, which it is expected will be ready to launch about the first of November. She is 208 feet long, 34 feet beam, with three masts, and will have a carrying capac ity of 800 tons. She is staunchly built as her timbers have all been se lected with the greatest care and put together with galvanized iron and lo cust fastenings. She will also have an engine for loading and unloading. Barring the iron, locust and rigging, all the material used in her construc tion is the product of Douglas county. Gardiner is well provided with school facilities, and has one ef the most sightly and commodious school buildings we have seen in any part of the county. It is furnished well, with all the modern appliances for success- ul teaching. The school is at present under the management of Professor Wilcox, of your city, who is spoken of as an earnest and efficient worker in the school room. The average attend ance is about 65 students. We also met here an old acquaint ance in the person of Dr. Mackey. We found him the same congenial and I'leasant good fellow as in days of yore, The Doctor has an elegantly fitted up drug store, in connection with his pro fessional business, and seems to be do ing a handsome trade. As an intelli gent thinker, who is fully up with the times, on all subjects in his profession. no man is entitled to stand higher in the State. The most attractive dry goods busi ness here is conducted by Messrs. Eph Burchard & Son. This firm have a new and handsome building and have it full of everything from a paper of pins to an hundred dollar silk dress. Gardiner has two commodious hotels, both well kept. Mine host W. D, McGee, is the soul of goodness, but he can't go Mitchell and heartily thanks the Independent for its fight against him I know you want these items to stOD. and rrmnisinr tint T will Va in " Q . " WV .A your sanctum in a few weeksand re veal my identity, I whistle down brakes. Bush. The few days of sunshine causes the farmer to smile. . Business prospects for this season are very flattering. J. H. Shupe Esq.,,hap been spending several days m JRoseburg attending court. Large shipments pf tvheat are being made from this place. - George Stephens Esq., and Mirs Uelie lams worth wet el united in bonds of matrimony last Sabbath. The Oakland Academy will cive literary and musical entertainment soon. The late revival meeting closed Sun day evening, not being successful, how ever, in adUng any new converts to the Christian cause. Verily, verily, Oakland is a doomed city. The Episcopalians are engaged in reconstructing the old Oakland acad emy tor a house of worship. Quite a number of the Oaklandites are at Koseburg thi$ week attendinc vuuii,, wmcn nas peen in session sev eral days at that place. Aaron Harvey Sr. was found dead m his lonely habitation last Monday. It is supposed that he died from old age. No inquest has been held. The work at the Bonanza mine is being pushed vigorously ahead and will so continue until the mine is opened. Already a brick kiln has been burned and work m the furnace will soon commence. Mrs. Winterburn, who has been dangerously ill for some time, is now rapidly convalescing. Operations at the New Idrian mine have been ; temporarily suspended. ! They are greatly iu need ef a' scientific miner to conduct their business. J. H. Shupe fc Co. have rented and will soon refit the comer building near the postomce, preparatory to mev. ing their large stock of goods to that place. The Oakland school, under the man agementof Prof. Russell, is progressing finely and is quite commendable to the Professor as an instructor. MARRIED. HUMTER-LITTRELL. October 18. 1S82, at the residence of John LittreU, by Rev. Morris C. Miller, D. W. Hunter to Miss fearah LittrelL VANABERQ.PATTEKSON. In Oakland, 6 iue resiaence ot John Churchill, Octo ber 24th. hv P. f! P-rlr. -I t r v- aberg to Jane Patterson, ali of Douglas vvuuvjr, . LAMPHERE-BAKER.-At the residence oi n. vveatherby, October 15th, by H. Weatherby J. P., Hiram Lamphere to jluiu. u. xaaer, ail ot Uouglas county, Oregon. Sherman, Clay & Co. Pacific Coast Agents for tho Celebrated i 1 ni mill FM in if Wood burn flfsirsery ! J. H.SETTLEMIER, PROPRIETOR Keeps a full stock of Fruit, Shade. Or- uauieucai.auu ut trees, vines and Shrubbery. No pests on trees, which is ruiuinsr so . . . . . . . o luaiijr trees on CUlS lOa.t. I i y 1 n ' r" T j if 3J' . 'V'-, - ..3 FOlt THE BEST WEARING 8 O OT S, FOR MEN AND BOYS AND THE MOST DURABLE SHOES FOR MISSES AND CHILDREN Try the Celebrated Manufactured by PORTER, SLESSINGER, & CO., Sn Frmcisco. They are cuaran- eed to ofvA RsMafflMlnn VIM 1 1 brak In the hack or rip la the side. All goods of th.s n anufacture made by uite men. No Chinamen employed. For sale by tSTSend for Catalogue WORK FOR WORKING Agents of either sex. 2T WORK PLENTY - OF IT! for all. 2TAN EXTRAORDINARY OF- fer to every agent tSFAST SELLING, BIG PROF- its. No risk on first order. l-FIRST CLASS. EASY AND Honorable work. C2TONE THOUSAND TO THREE Thousand dollars a year, G2TMADE BY OUR AGENTS. IJ2F AGENTS STARTED IN BfTS- iness at our risk. WWE MEAN BUSINESS. DO YOU? STERLING- ORGANS The above r n nnrsjnta cM en .,vi.i. Will cell for 83190. $28 cash, $10 per month with Interest upon deferred payments, one per cent per month. Good stool and book Included. Address SHERMAN, CLAY fc CO. ' C Cop Kearny and Sutter Sts.,f San Francises, CaL i Sherman, Clay & Co. Agents for tho Celebrated FLO ED & CO. BUU1H BKOS-., E. O. YOUXH.... .KOSEBURQ. .YONCALLA ..Oakland iht;s a ftiri UPRIGHT, SQUARE I GRAND AcJ?1'aed bT u Musical Authorities to to the BEST PIANO now manufactured. 1 rIcea s low and terms as easy aa consistent with thorough workmanship. Address SHERMAN, CLAY dc CO. 'w Cor. Kearny and Sutter Sts, San Francisco, CaL ' IcTAMMAHY;"ORGANIfflS CI&0UIT OOITfiT. MYETLE GREEK. Skating Kink opens at Mark's Hall. Mon day night, October 30th. LOOKDTGGLABS. The rains and mud are over and the roads are in fine condition. Farmers who have grain to move have now a pleasanter time to do it than they had before the rain. Farmers are generally busy plo wing. Mr. P. W. Williams has finished his new house and moved into it This is the finest dwelling on the prairie. Mr. A. D. Caston is building a fine residence on his farm. This giyei oar country a home-like appearance. Will some one take the first ttep for a seminary! There is no finer spot in Oregon for such an enterprise. The teacher is here able and willing. We did not think when we offered our hand to that school mam that it would awaken the spirit of jealousy in any one. We can assure you that we were only m fun. We take it back, and hereafter we shall look a "leetle out" Data. Skating Rink opsns at Mark's HalL Mon day night. October 30th. We are in need of a good sober barber. James L. McKinney, formerly of Oakland, lives near this place. Ica F. Kice, ef Rice hill, has been stopping a few da; s in town. The election of Josoph N. Dolph to the United States Senate seems to give general satisfaction. George Dement sports a new hack. It is of the Espey manufacture and is the best in town. John Abbott and family have just returned from a visit to Josephine county. Mrs. Abbott is a'daughter ef ex-Judge Baldwin of that county. Your correspondent snuffs a wedding in the breeze. For further information enquire of Rose-Budd. Miss A e was awarded a coal -oil chromo for having first discovered that dolmans were the "boss" to prevent young men from extending their arms too far around the waist of a lady. Oats, hay and barley are a scarcity in this market The former is worth fifty cents and the latter sixty cents per bushel, while hay cannot be bought at any price. I very inadvertantly omitted to men tion last week that Dick Harlow was the only happy man in town. It is a girl and he calls her Susan B. Anthony. Webb. If you want the crenuine O. K. Piif- rei go to tne jVletrepolitaa Saloon. The telefirranh &nnonnnii trior, fli Commercial Hotel in Salem, which has duc lately been leased by Meffron fc Perkins of this citr. burned on TMtar. day. We sincerely hope this ews may prove incorrect, out fear that it is iqo true, Court met Monday, the 1 6 th. Pres ent R. S. Bean, Judge; G. W. Kim ball, Clerk; J. S. Purdom, Sheriff. Sutherlin vs. Young et al.; motion to set aside verdict and for a new trial filed. John Burt vs. A. T. Ambrose; iuds- ment on verdict m favor of plaintiff., Ihe State ex rel. W. F. Benjamin vs. the Douglas County Road Company; continued to next regular term on mo tion of defendant. Thomas Smith vs. John F. Clark et al.; sale confirmed and deed ordered to be made to T. J. Singleton, redemp- tioner tor lots No. 2 and 7 in block No. 40, in the city of Roseburg, and the remainder of the premises to A. W. Keed, the purchaser at Sheriff's sale. Jennie Ceaser vs. James Cesser: da cree of divorce granted and custody of the child awarded plaintiff. K. L. Fraker vs. J. J. Comstock et al; demurrer sustained. Plaintiff to have until Saturday to amend and de fendant to have ten days to plead after service of copy of amended petition. Baber vs. Cannon; motion to dismiss on account of defective transcript over ruled. State vs. Harry Lambert; pleaded guilty, jjmed ?50; fine paid and pris oner discharged. fetate vs. Evm Moore; pleaded guilty. Fined $50; fine paid and pris oner discharged. State vs. James H. Miller; charge, selling spintous liquors to ! a minor, .fielded guilty and waved time for sen tence: fined $20 and costs; fine paid and prisoner discharged. i 5 State vs. Charles 'LivingaW; charge selling liquor witheut license; demur rer filed. State vs. John Abbott: char sail ing liquor without license; demurrer overruled and pleaded not euiltv. State vs. J. B. Hutch- same as above. State ts Warren Haward and David Ball; charge selling liquor without li cense. Demurrer sustained and How ard discharged and bench warrant re called in case of David Bait State vs. James Sweetland:' selling liquor without a license. Dismissed on motion of District Attorney. August Chamelon ts Mrs. E. Schwartz. Demurrer to complaint withdrawn, "im.- Mary C, Wells va John Applegate, administrator; verdict in favor of the rlo?n.4T S1AAA - .. . i"iu" wfiww. motion for a new trial filed. State vs. T. S. Roadman; trial had and verdict found of not guL'ty. Pris- oner discharged and bail exonerated. 6STlf any reader expects us to rmv a salary, furnish a horaa oi eena a lot or our goods to u pnid for when sold, trust to the Imnlv .if .v ery one who would apply, und take auuu H8.i, mey neen not us. vve will take back the goods unsold, and rffunil the money for iliem hut one who hasn't money enough, or can not set some rn who knows tht-m to be honest, to loan thwm our business a trial on such lernis kr we oner, should not expn-x' us i tiimi thera. You Cei 11.00 Wfirlll nf imnil and can sell ihem for $25.00 iu from one io mreeuays. lou taie no ritk as you can return them to us at anv .ime and cet vaur mnnev l,.v v are willinsr to do thia for nv nl ti - aa w f ? M V mrro iu worn. ine employment i easy. honorable and permanent, and ihe profits such as will pay one big wags for a fair days work. Add U. S. MASUFACTUniNO Co., iri liTnilUrl i, I, l The only Instruments that children can play as well as prown persons. Only five minutes time required to learn how to manage them. Any kind of tunea can be played. Finest accom. paniment fop tbe voice in singing. They are sold so low that any family can easily procure one. Having one no family could get along without. Prices of different atyles S8, $10. 12 and $14, Including twenty-five feet of music. Send for catalogues and price list. Ad. dress SHERMAN, CLAY ii CO i Sole Agents for the Pacific Coast. k - Cor. Kearny and Sutter Sts., rr N San Francisco, Cat. ' AGENTS WANTIIIC BIG-SALARIES " AND A HORSE & WAGON FURNISHED Free, would do well not to arDlv fa is. We .want agents wdJinar to work ! nd earn what thfv nr iv An. nA wish to pay salaries for we could only lo so wht-re we Lad to tiv n. aonnnf party to watch the first. Any eo-called Agint that would evtn ask for mora than he earns, would ha r,r nn any one, and would not t-xpect to earn w " wauigooa agents, anumudo ill we ran to assist ihm it nA start them in business and take all risks o loss beside. Parties who apply n. uu in ik hhui. ir, it mey ao not tccept H on terms we i,mr them ' w want agents who will work, and really intend to w rk when they get a chance but not professional applicants. ood' Agents of either sex cn make $40 a vve. k. TIMBER XOTIOE. U. S. Land offic Ros-bur Ogn., vnTnp. , . July 27th, 1883. NOTICE is hereby given that Abram A. fc-npels h&3 this day made applica. LU"eract.f Congress of June 8a, 18s entitled. "An r-r fnr tho - imber land in the states of California. Or. gon. Nevda und Washington Ten-U . 1? fVrlhe purchase of the South , o ,oulu JC'llet quarter of sec tion 34 in Township 20 South of Range ' uunniriie nieriaian. Any and all personn claiming adversely the said tract or any pan thereot are here iy notified :o file their claims Jiu this inutt wiiuiu sixty nays irom thd first publication of this notice, cr their claims will be barred by statute. W.'F. Benjamijt, Register. no 27-4 w Pittsburg, Pa. A VALUABLI FarnxTor Sale. nCONSISTINa OP r,9H arppa land, eituated 11 miles northeast of Ro8burjr, in Mount Scott Precinc. One uunarea acres n ow inrt the Ki..nA good pasture land, well watered and all under good ence. Plenty of fir and oak timber for fencing and fuel. Good iiwiu nuue ana oarn ana other out Duildiugs, and 500 choice fruit trees bearine. Price ftft rier Hrra Tnnn! Ci H. Oden on the premises, or Her- u-.uu a, nan, attorneys, Koseburg. Buy at dealers' prices. We will sell you any article for family or personal use, in any QUantitv. at tvfinUcalo . r " p,w pnee. No matter what vou want send for our Catalogue, con tains over 1,900 iUustrations. We carry in stock the Iahtm variety of goods in the U. S. r.ioiiTOQF.f Efiy rAito & co 227 & 229 Wabash Ave.. CHICAGO. ILL. METROPOLITAN flOTIL This Popular House Situated in the CAntnr nf tli hnilmu portion of Roieburg, having recently j t. j 1 luaujaj uauus. uaa oeen COMPLETELY RENO Va TED, and Drenared to th rx-ntinn rf The Dinlnor Room will b aunnliAH with k-i . uw , "JO UCBb IUS IHarket Affords rltb Cfwl ttaniliiniM : 1 . IU ... TI.1-. BUSINESS LOCALS. has charge of the kitchen, the quality of mjo swung win oe untsxceptionaDie. A new stock of fancy button i.. .u""01110- Fr coh from Wed this weak at Jloed's. T.OTT nnr vr For prices and terms, address, S HERMAN, CLAY & CO. General Affenta for Pacific Coast. Cor. Kearny and Sutter Sts., San Francisco. CaL I W. PRENTICE & CO., 1 OitTLAND, OR,, General Agents for tue North- Pacifc Coast. 1 .NOTME OF FINAL SET'l L EM ENT Notice ia herehv f5ven tr urli.im' tt may ooncern: That tho untforaimioH administrator, with the will anexed, of the estate of Susanna Briggs, de Ceased, late of Douirlas county, Oregon, a 8 this dav filed in the Count.- f ( of said county his flual account ia set tlement of said i'KtBtp. Mnd lUa Q til court by order this day made and en tered, hasaDDOintftd TllCSdiiV. J.mn rv 2. 1883, for the hearing of objection to the said account aud a final Kettlernent theref f, if any there b. Dated this 29th diy ot September. 1S82, at Ito&eburjr. Oregon. D. E. PAISLEY, Administrator. NOTICE FOR FINAL SETTLE MENT. Notice i herebv vlvpn th.it iin. dersiffued, administrator of the estute of Joseph llondeau, deceased, late of Douglas county. Oregon, has filed in the County Court of said county, his final ccouutas such administrator, and that Monday, tbe first day of January, 18d3, at ten o'clock a, m. at he County Court room of sa d cuuty, has ben appoint ed by J. S. Fitzhueb, Judge of said court, as the time aud place for hearing objections to said account or the settle tient thereof. F&ancis 1oxdeatt, Administrator of suirl Htta attd this rept. 13, 1882. ' NOTICE OP LIEN! ' T In the Circuit Court of thH State of OrejjOn. aud for the county of Douglas. Rohm L. Fraker, plaintiff, vs. J. J. ujmsiocsaud me Oregon and Call ferniallailioad Company, defendants. Suit in equity to foreclose a laborer's lien. Notice is hereby jjiven that a suit has been commenced this day, entitled as above, to foreclose a lien for; labor against the money due said J. J. Com stock, original contractor from said Oregon and California Railroad Compa. uv. unviiiai fmn nvr in r n Darincv C-P f-- J VVMlUg kUV right of way tor said company's railroad asking that said Oregon and California Railroad Company ba decreed to py said plaintiff, H. L. Fraker, tbe sum or 182 50. OUt Of thp mnnpv Hno irl T T Comstock on the contract for clearing the right of way for said company's rail road, and that said J. J. Comstock be decreed to pay the balance, if any there be, together with costs and disbursments and for such other and further relief as to equity may belong. All persons in terested in the enforcement vf aaid it... . - . - - . v. IIVU or claiming any benefit thereof are hereby notified to present their claims within ten days after the ompleie pub lication of this notice (three weeks) and ip case of failure so to do within teat time, or so much further time as may be allowed by the Court or Judge the party so failing shall forfeit his lien un der this act L. F. MOSHER A A. F. . .. ttVoJ& WmtL SUM3IONS. In tl e Circuit Court of the fitat f Oriir)F lor f.li nrtmi'v nf rt..,...t- W. B Wilson, plff.i Suit in equity Mar FWilsDiid,.. To Tilary F. Wilson: In the name of the' State of Oregon you are hereby required t j appearand answer the Complaint fil.-d against vou by the plaintiff, Y B. Wilson, in the above entitled court aud suit, on or be tuto vue ursi uay 01 lie llrXt regula term of said court, to wit: The third Monday, the 10th day ot October, 1882: and it Vou fail to m Aniu-u. l. .. ..t , . .. , . u main complaint the plaintiff will ;aktJudir. ment against you for want of an an swer and will apply to ihe court for the relief demanded in said complaitt. to wit; for a decree dissolving the mar riage contract existing between th plaintiff and defendant mi hi. - ! vnd disburdementH. This summons is rtnhli.ti.vi w .j . of the Hon. R. 8. Bean. Judge of the Sec ond J udjcial District of tbe State of Ore gon, made this 5th day of August, 1883 A. ii. KUKKEDY. Attt. for Dlfit Dated Aug. 9, 1882. V PitOBATK noticf. In the County C .urt u the State of Ore goufo-. the Cuuty of Douglas. In the matter of the estate of A. J. Dow uem deceased. Citation: In the name of the State of Oregon greeting. To Mary Ellen Bahr, and a 1 other heirs at law and next of kin of A. J. Downeu deceased. You are hereby notified that on the 28th day of August, 1882, there was filed In thia court by F. P. Hogan, a writing pur porting to be the noucupa'ive will of A. J. Downeu deceased, which testa mentary words were spoken by the said A.J. Downeu deceased, on the 13th day ot August, 1882. iu the office Of Dr. Davis, in Roseburg, Douglas county. Oregon, in tho presence of the Maid W. P. Hogan aud other persons, and are in the wordd following, towiti ."Hogan, I want you to give my m oney to my child. (Meaning ilary Ellen Downen ) I have property in Posey county, Indi ana,' This court by its order made and en tered on the 29th day of August, 1883. appointed Tuesday, the 17th da of Oc tober, 1882, at ten o'clock in the fere- uiun, at, me uouri nouse, mthe City ofRosehurtr, Douglas county, Oregon, as a time and place for hearing objec tions to tbe probate or said testamenta ry words, as the last will and testaaaant of said A. J. Downen, deceased, and tha granting of letters testamentary ".here on to tie said F. P. Hogan, at wk d time and place you are leouired to ap pear and contest said will. . This citation is published by oriec af the Hon. J. 8. Hitzhugh, Gmnty Jutfi Attest: G. W. Knnui. n2ltf County CteSfc. ADMINISTKATOR'S NOTICS. " Notica is hereby given to wkoa !i may concern: That the underairsrrl has been duly appointed and quaUlS as executor of the estate of Daniel Weils deceased, late of Douglas coamm. ' Oregon, and the County Court of asfi counnty has issued letters test&msnt-r thereof, therefore all persons owing said estate are .equested to make ita mediate poyment, and all persons fes-es Ing slaims against said estate are noti fied to present the same duly verified to the undersigned, at hi residence ia Ten Mile, in said county and state, r to Hermann A Ball, the attorneys of said estate, at Roseburg, Oregoa, within six months from date hereof. W. R. Wells, Executor. Hebuarit Ball, Attor. of nat. Roseburg, Oregon, Sept. 29, 1883.