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T ' 1 ROSEBURG. SATURDAY, NOV.--4. NEW LAWS. J. B. DOLPH'S 0Pii LETTEE. In the Oregonian of j October 31st appeal's a letter directed to John Mich el Esq.; editor of Times-Mountaineer, the Dalles, Oregon. The letter of Mr. Michel is not published, but a synopsis is given by Mr. Dolpb, which gives the whole business the appearance of his having written a letter to himself, in order that he might rise and explain. He lays: "The questions propounded by you are as follows: "1st. Do you intend to retain your position as Vice-Pissident of the O, 1L . &.N. Co.? '! ' I - "2d. Would you oppose any furth er appropriation for the completion of th locks at the Cascades! "3d. Are you in favor of the re xnoYal of the impediments to naviga tion in the Columbia river, so as to make it a highway for commerce to the seaboard) ! ; "4tb. In case any matter of intern al improvements should come before Congress, which, seemingly might clash, with the interests of the O. R. & N. or N P. P. R. Cos., would you consider it your duty to support corporation in terests rather than the people's!" To the first question I answer no. 1 expect to devote my entile time and energies to the duties of my ofiic3. To the second question I answer, that not only will I nol oppose any further appropriation for the completion of the locks at the Cascades, but I shall en deavor not to be behind our present representative or any former senator or representative in Congress from this State, in my efforts to procure further appropriations for the continuation of that important work. To he third question I answer, that I believe Congress has the constitution al power to appropriate money for the purpose of internal improvements (J that it is the duty of the eeneral cov- "land" and "real property" for the nur eminent, in the interest of commerce. P0S3 of tax.ation and to provide where The following is a complete list of all the bills passed by the last session of the Legislature, which have been signed by the Governor and have become a law: SENATE. S B 6 An act for the protection of fish and game. S B 2C An act to repeal sections 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 of an act entitled an act to provide for the support and government of the University of Ore gon, etc. SB 51 Amendatory of the Incor porate act of the city of Eugene. SB 24 An act to establish a paid fire department for the city of Port land. S B 25 Amendatory of the incorpo rate act of the town of Ashland, Jack son county. S B71 An act to ' incorporate the town1 of Buenna Vista, Polk county. S B 82 An act to provide for the time and places of holding the circuit court in the first judicial district. o 15 6 An act to regulate and li cense public shows. S B 15 -An act to authorize the su perintendent of the penitentiary to make contracts for convict labor. S B 116 An act to authorize tne Governor to contract for keeping the insane and idiotic. - S B 125 An act to provide for the ordinary expenses of the SUte govern ment, and general and-specific appro priations. S B 27 An act providing for taxing private prosecutors with the costs and disbursements of criminal actions when found to be malicious or without pob ablo cause. S B 41 An act to amend section 2 of an act entitled an act to incorporate Dalles City, and to repeal an act to in corporate Dalles City, approved Octo ber 24, 1868, and also an act entitled an act to amend an act to incorporate Dalles City, approved October 26th, 1870. SB 42 An act entitled an act to regulate the Falaries of county judges in the State of Oregon. S B 60 An act for the support of tne State agricultural college. o x vo An act m&Ktng provisions tor the incorporation of cemetery asso ciations. S B 5 An act to define the terms H B 121 An act to define the boundaries between Coos and Dounlas counties. H B 132 Anactamendatoiyof the incorporate law of Baker city.' " H B 133 An act amenclatory of an act to provide for the construction of the insane asylum and levying a tax therefor. II B 148 An act to amend section 1 of chapter 1 of title 4 of the miscel laneous Jaws. II B 150 An act to amend the city charter of East Portland. II B 165 An act changing the be ginning and ending of tbe fiscal year. II B 16G An act for the protection of the Mongolian pheasants sent from China by Consul Denny. 11 B 4 An act to provide for the government of the Oregon State insane asylum. II B 62 Au act to repeal section 34, article six of the incorporate act of East Portland, and to revise the juris diction of the county court in the mat ter of roads and highways within the city limits. . ; , BILLS VETOED ; .. .v ' SB 44 An act to provide for the election of precinct assessors, to abolish, the office of county assessor and change the method of making assessments; and II B 44 An act to regulate the 'man ner ef taking insurance and the amount to be paid on policies in certain cases, were both vetoed by the Governor. H B IO An act to regulate the marking of- domestic animals on the ear; and S B 123 An act granting right of way to two or more railroads through the same canyon or defile, were disapproved for the reason that they contained no enacting clause. nil ii nnnnmi i vn RS. I. THROLL, Would announce that she is prepared to do all kinds of work injthle way of weaving hair, or maklngipuua and curls from combines on otherwise and that she will do dres smaking in the latest modern Btyles. All work guaranteed, and satisfaction assured to all who may p ttromse her. Call at nay residence i early oppo. to the Catholic church. si 38'f MRS. THROLL. BUY THE UfPQUA VALEY MILLS JOT I n ua. tit THE BEST IN THE MARKET. Addas A. W. STEARNS, Canyon 11 e r ho Ol in Q cha AanaooA! .1 a . .1 to improve our rivers, lakes and har- up 7 t , , ' - ; . - , - br. An act granting- right of bora, and I. am in favor of the re- way to the Oregon Short Lino rail- moval of impediments to navigation in road through the public lands of the ih Columbia river, so as to make it a t- highway for commerce to the seaboard. ST A" l" araena secU lo the fourth question I answer that ianeens jaws when I enter upon the duties of Sena- S B 19 An act to empower the tor from Oregon I shall become, if I Governor to grant pardons in certain may be permitted to use the expression, the attorney of the State, and shall en-1 dsavor to serve her Svith the same en- ergy and fidelity with which I have in cases. S B 23 An act changing t'je time of the meeting of the State legislature to the second Monday in January. S B 29 An act to reculate th snl- my long professional career served my ari(,2 ol county judges, clients. j I shall endeavor faithfully to repre- S B 110 An act to leeralizp certain acts o! the State treasurer. S B 3i) An ac. to provide for the establishmantof State normal schools. S B 87 -An act to amend the chart er of the city of Portland. S B 100 An a;t to incorporate the town of McMinnville in Yamhill county. S B 101 An act to amend the act sent all her interests I shall to the best of my judgment act justly in all Oises towards corporations and individ uals, and upon every question which arises, endeavoro protect the rights of very section of tho State and to pro mote aiikeevery legitimate entcrpvisc j creating a board of land and locks com- for the development of her resources. I missionera. Mvnwn inMn,i tha ,!vlt.J.f, S B 103 An act to redistrict tie - 77 . State into judicial districts. 01 corporations ana individuals shall be S B 105 -An act to cieate the cot n made secondary to the interests of the ty of Klamath people at large. For fear someone may 110 An act to authorize tie kink the foregoing not specific, I will frTr- 4r , ,,ln the cemeterJ? ,, j . . McMmville, Yamhill county. ftrlrt that, in r.ho aoa manfinnaH m . I - ' J . SB 121 An act to protect laborers (juwwuu, uan utnsiuer it my auiy 10 I in iorTinrr camps. uppori tne people s interest; and f urth-t house. er. that should the occasion arise when H B 1 An act to provide for pilot . th people demanding protection for g Columbia and Willamette their interests against aggressions, H g 4-An act amending section 8, .uuuiu vii iut-, x siiuuiu noi nesuaie cuapter ot the general laws of Ore to urge, but would gladly urso such gen radical measures as pood inrlnmienf. anrl H An ac to amend section a iust resrard for thevUhr, nf 1! inU. I1?.1' tifcle s.ix' cliaIjter 15 of co of " . :-o civil proceedure ."y1 . ,. ! H B 16-An act amendatory of the I do not wish to be misunderstood, general laws, regulating thC- fees of cer- . however. While I shall iealously tam county oflficers. watch and Drotect. so far na T ran thai ' B 7 An act to amend sections interests of the people, I believe that ujf tiUe ' f B?,.t. eftab t,- , . .,. wco luat ash a uniform course of public mstruc- uuiuuu8i xauuibjr ivr transpor-I tior. tation is a direct benefit to every legit- II B 21 An act to amend sections imate enterprise in the State, and that 40 41 and 2 title.2, chapter 50, of the building of railroads which have A 3 a 3 OI Ureg0n' been comnleted ftnd , in ..H ? ,28 An act? corporate the t . cny or jettereon m JHanon county, construction by the O. R & N. Co., H B 55 An act to amend section and the completion of the NJP. K. B. 878, title 3, chapter 11, of the code of wll prove of incalculable benefit to cn 11 Proceet,ure- thia Stat n,l' h ,rnr.i 11 B 56 An act to amend section and that! should h fais - t!io tnm I ii . .. , r . 1 coue oi civil proceedure. interests of the people if I should throw II B 65 An act to create tha ,m any obstacles in tho way of their pro- 7 of Crook, and fix the salary of conn- gress." . ! ' v Jlu,Se na treasurer. This is all there is of thi. vT ibin L 11 w An .act to prevent swine . .. . . ' nom running at large. jarce, u we except some "highfalutin" n B 108 An ant tn I - - OVVVlVil claptrap about the future of the great 818, title 1, chapter 12, of the civil aiprthwest, under her ranidlv increasing code W TT T 1 1 J- a facilities for transnortation. lfr X1.-D An act to amend section Elections will be held in the . fol lowing States on the 7th of November, 1882: California, Connecticut, Dela ware, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Mary land, Michigan, Massachusetts, Minne sota, Mississippi, Missouri,, Nebraska, Nevada, New Ha.npshire, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, aud Wiscor. sin, Democratic gains may be anticipated. 3B9BEBC2I Lout? Belfils, WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER Front St., Rosebusp, Oregon. YVhoJewIe and retail denier in Wttches clocks, Jewelry, Oold Pens, and Musical instruments. Watches, Clocks aod Jew eJry Teps'red. All my work warranted. A Small Farm for Sale. Having become tired of batch in sr. I ofler my place for sale, witli or without household aud kitchen furniture, on reasonable terms. It contains 72 acres, mora or less, 11 of which ar under cul tivation, a nice young orchard, a good sized barn and box house, with four roonie; also, the outdoor, improve ments. It is situated in a fcood ueigh borhood, within a half mile of a 'arge school house, seven and one-half miles west of Hosi burg, in what is called the French Settlement, in Douglas county Oregon. Inquire of me on my farm. ! T. S. O'BniEV. HPORTANT TO J LUNI: W From present appearances large patlQ; FpH)h FtWBCS AT PRICES CHSAPER THAN PASO ABROAD ". Iff. JOSEPMSO FOB DOUGLAS INDEPENDENT! -THE ONLY IN DOUG-LAS COUNTY, OREGON. Subscription Price $2:50 Per Year, o " ) - -i " . 1 - t- ...n- ra. i , , i. ., ii i . i . Genfl Merchandise, LADIES' IXCLTDISG EVEET VABI1-5 T OF foe? J'-: GOODS, 01 1 tfiii: -xx fisr STYLE. Styles, of all Variety and Shades --AT THE OF M. OSEP Oentmeii & Boys5 C ET ORE PURCHASNG ELSE WitEKE, i jjx ovy uyjmKj UU!J BAtttiA NS HAM r5? 5i?i -rrii-iJ -' --t kJJUV J IXCiU Sherman, Clay & Co, Pacific Coast Agents for tho Celebrated flUll iwfi ' i--r.::i " T v i-u:.- k I i v , I A. , The above exit represents style BO , which wi will eell for SIOO. $23 caaa, $10 per month vith Interest upon deferred payments, on pr cent per xuonth. Good atool and book included. Address SHERMAN, CLAY A CO. , Cor. Kearny and Sutter Sta., . w San Francisee, Cal Sherman, Clay & Co. Aleuts for the Celebrated ! UPRIGHT, SQUARE I GBAHD Acknowledecd by all Musical AnthnriHM tnba the BEST PIANO now nincfactvrMl. Prices as low and tenr.g ub eat.y as constates With thorough wortuianship. Addreea SHEIS3I4J;, CLAY & CO. " . Cor. Cearny and Sutter Sta. San Francisco, Cal. McTMllAHI OHBAMTTES c TO '.THE PUBLIC. Would announce that he has b consigned an extra fine stock ot FRENCH ARTIUCIAL FL0WEB3 Sheridan Bros., Eosbiir, Or1.1 They would announce Lat tbey have jMt rc" ved and low '. fcve 3d Land one o th Largest- Stock of Hardware ""uo, be sold at an earlv daf ?. he would advise milliners general to call upori and that ! and ladies in xiim before sendmir their ordfr, abroad, as he is fully satisfied he can1 ouertnem bargains which thev could not obtain in ban Francesco by send jur mere. in nowers are in evurv Ever brought to Doufflna, and when ad led to their STOVES OF A T i pit TURNS and READY MADE TINWARE, thevare prepared to decar. they hJs h bes; aujply 10 tueir line ot a-y house m Southern Oregon, which they nr can purciiaao elsewhere. j In ht8hapo ot budding matt rial h Va jvay i superior inducements to purchasers.! Tij um. locks, butts, etc, we can offer I tl" .... 1 . " . way line and fancy; In fact, a bettei nV ! "1 ' u ,8t qalled else stocli was never brought to Ilosebur ' J n a i V-' .Vr acinc, Ai ie West. Clarendon and offered at 8Uh low nrL? " 0cP ln,u. Kxn? Lu,P're ity, and other stoves and ranges. i lie b;Bi oi worRiuen arc constantly employed m the nianntrf . .t -n. - - - mi iizivrs.it The only Instnunenta that children can play as well as grown persons. Only n6 minute time required to loarn how to mtnsps them. Any kindof tunes can be played. Flnett accom paniment for tbe voice in singing. They are Bold bo low that any family can eaily procure one. Having one no family could get along without. Prices of different stvles $8, $10t $12 and $14, including twenty-five feet of music. Send for catalogues and price list. Ad dress SHERMAN, CLAY&CO. Sole Agents tor the Pacific Coast. ! - Cor. Kearny and Sutter Sta.,T A San Francisco, CnL ear Demand for our gDods compelled us to send for a complete assortment, which we are daily receiving from the nrst nanus, ana can anoid to DolnVa ffr,t n,.rh- Mw,i- i "llc ympzeT oi tee miscellane- 1 a ..v..uM..Vfcureta All . . f nrotrnn Portland, and our Republican fuends H B 125 Amendatorv of an act to oi jsoutuern uregon who vote for Mr. pravnde tor the clearing of certain Dolph, will not be apt to find the open st,;eams m Washington county from lt.t.r vor-v inWuofln O . UHIt WOOd. ' DolnkmavbeahWtn mVa I,;. ,.; A "tuw 1X11 L w incorporate uie . , . r" cny oi Newport, in b'enion coufaty. mwsrest, geconuary to ms publw duties. MB 134 An act to nnnish tr out as yet we nave bad no such example asserp. in the Keoubhcan nartv. P. tl -r i An act to organize school ..." . . utbLocis in incorporated towns or ten thousand inhabitants, and to provide for f ho moin(inai,u ,( T 1 rt T , , t ... I """" uauvc ux liuuuv Btuuuia XX 1ST O 3S -R 'S 13 X. ROSEBURO, - . OREGON. JAMES DEABL1NG, Blacksmith Farrier, - and buyers should learn our prices, We liavealso bara;ins to ofltrr in guns, such as WinchFstMr si,.r- ,..r.:i i fls well as in Shot-guns and Pisto's S "i 1 Ave are also Agems for th White ?erles and New Home Slu ing Mac! ,u-. we sell at lowest rates and warrant as coiunle te in every resDect. ' - i i i . i v cau amu supply Avcrill anil Unbbcr Paints, 1!e best in the market, at. . lowest rate?. Give us a call, inspect ur stock, inquire as to our prica. and w promise to suit a'l I SHEItlDAN BKOi'.. any one can. Fop prices and terms, addrasa, SHERMAN, CLAY. A CO. General Agents for Pacific Coast.' Cor. Kearny and Satter Stst San Francisco. Cal. any Louse in the State. Our stock is more complete than ev r, in all-branch- fs. if you want bargains, now is yout line to vajl on us and satisfy . your se ves before purchasing elsewhere. We mean what we say and you can alt. jrays nnd ua at the OLD STAND One door from the PosiotHce. Q uality not Quantity is the Desire IF YOU WANT PURE Orugrs and Medicine And wellknonti to the people of Dourrs las covnty, would respectfully announce that be in prepared to do all kinds of worn in bis ,iue, and gnarantees satiflu laction. HUKSU-SIlOEINa A SPECIALTY, Any farmer- h aving a plow to sharpen or machinery to repair will do well to givomeacall at my old stand. I have a full tock of iron and stwl. ituu mivjng I'urcnaseu luesarae at a.low price, can do work. So far as Dnces are c.-ncernea, cneaper than any wbo will at tempt! competition, J AS. DEARL1NG. Iebl lni Oakland. Oregon. -1 i METROPOLITAN SALOON, KObEBUKG, OUKGON, i - Mcculloch & coj OJYLT THE BEST 'BIL1ND OF ... WINJ38. LIQUORS AND CIGARS ! Kept on hand, and customers will findth's a p.easant plae of res rt. Give niij a call one door south ol Metropolitan Hotel. grv n-f i it,-'.-'-'JT " a n tv ran r 1 I the CLARK & BAKER, Proprietois. Having nurchased th nhnua ngM,.j inillst of E. Stephens a Co.. we rA I tho saloon: also the leading papers Chemical, etc., do not forget to call on HEELER. IL GABBEHT ;fui,rel,ared to faruish auy amount of the world' DRY'S SALOON, Jackson Street, Itoseburg. The propretor of this well kn wn and popular resort won'd thanlc. h:s ffriends for their libe'al patronage in the past aud would ask for a continuance of he8me in the luture. The public is informed that i keep none but the best brands of wines, liquors and cigars and that I sell over the bar the cele bratd Jese Moore & Co.'.s Kentucky Whiskies A good billiard table will be found MYRTLE CREEK. Also Weeps on hand the j, H. Cutter whfskiep, Holland Gin. Jamaica Rum, ana iu niesi win-n ana brandies or medical use. Physicians Perscriptions a p cialty. BUY BEST QUALITY OP LUMBER Ever offered to the public InDousrias county. i W e have just purchased one of the THE UfdPOUA VALLEY MILLS Weatherly, Ruffg Richardson No A UH " .WHW naness anu mattiers and are nr. rhr n ATh V , rfT? T pareu to o ue'ter work I man otner mills tn the county THE BEST IN THE MARKET. We will furnish at the mill Nn lumber at tne following prices: Address A. V .STEARNS rnnnir5ii- 7rkiaal t-HClftsM irtn I ' D. W. PRBHJIGE & CO. 'i i!r .ATn rr DrSSflf.TITlOWnP fViDn-nr,.,.. ' w vviAwjMMllf UEXEHAL ACiEXTS FOIi TUE KoRTIT- Notice i s herebv ei ven tlmf thn i o ! I Pacifc Coast. neistnp heretofore existiug between -oud kj. uootu and 11. A. Booth, uuder tn firm name of ilonth nmi s .1 m vino uay uissoived by mutual consent, R. A Booth retiring. Ti.e business will be continued bv J. O. Rnmh all debts contracted by the firm aud to wuum auaeots due thd firm must be l'"a- J.O. BOOTH. Yonca'Ia, Sept. SO, 1882. SOUTH UHPaUA MILLS MAKE THE Iu Roseburg. CYf.lPTQWIS OF A '"'TORPID -LIVER. Loss of A ppetito, Bowelo costive. Ved in the Head, with a dull sensation in the K?i 5 PaiH mid ep the Shoulder chnction to exertion of body or mind. Irritability of temper, Low spirits, with a feeling of having neglected some duty, weariness. Dizziness, fluttering at the Heart, Dots before the eyes, Yellow Skin, iieadacne eencraUv over t.h rioht m' Kestlessness, with tful dreama, highly colored TJrino, and oiuc "p,"Jr CCSTIPATIOF. TTJTT'S i'li-LSare CFiirriillvinl.nM 8,i,h 4S" ;' dose eQfCt such a chuM of feeSii; as ta niHonish tho auflcrer. TOdy o Ij,1io o-.) Urah, thus the Bvstem is "iS !?an' K-.Iar MtooU are pro duced. Price - ceiiw. a5i llurru. jk m v. R. R THOMPSOS, R. II. THOMPSON', , E. J. DE IIArtT: US HOSEYSIAXi 171 Flooring (dres&ed & matched $i5 per M J Oregon- i-umuer uresseu n one 6llefl4 per 31 sep4 HEFFRON'S SALOOIi. aXtSSl.WJS'fi ROSEBURG, OREGON. TLe best of wines, liquors and ciffarr. . onstantly oa liand and a welcome Give me a call. We haye an extra quality of lumber I equal to any round on uoos Bay, and will guarrantee to give satisfaction to all those favoring ua with their orders Postoffice address. Umnaua Ferrv n .... . ..'----' Oregon. ui,AiIVlu & UAlvJiK. by the President as Major General, to Bucceed McDowell,: retired. "We may expect some romantic reports from him in the future," if his appointment is confirmed, which is doubtful. H B 150 An act to prevent the de posit of offal in Wallowa lake and its tiibutariee. II B 51 -An act to amend the crim inal code, relating to embezzlement by bailee. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT- Notice is hereby given to whom it may concern: That the undersigned administrator, with the will anexed. of the estate of Susanna Briggs, de ceased, late of Douglas county, Oregon, a s this day filed in the County Court of said county his final account ia set tlement of said estate, and the said court by order this day made and en tered, has appointed Tuesday, Janu ty 2. 1883, for the bearing of objection to the said account and a final settlement theretf, if auy there be. Dated this 29th day ot September. 1882, at Ro&ebunr. Oregon. i. E. PAI.SLEY, Administrator. BUY A,I,Y CANYON V I u L E MILLS Manufactured from onlv th hpsfc nt w ueat, I have for Bale also Bran. Shorts ami Middlings, Bacon. Hams. Lard. etn. cured in the most scientific manner. Purchasers will do me a favor to in- Thompson, D Hart & Co,. Importers and dealers in JILT Stan of! wv -n Coal, Iron, steel, Hardwo?d Lumber &nl waon material. 184 First St., and 173 and 175 Front st I Portland, Oregon. jan7 Black by r single application of thla lru IeliE . - c .? wtuiiii tumr, acis inswntaneooslv. Bold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of U. OFFICE, S3 HI KB AY ST- JTEW VAGB. ( Ir. Trrrs SlrAI, ( TalmMe Turn Mill Carnage Hardware. VV. KRAMER. , SjEWIS CO 'S 8Pect my Btock at tUe Canyonville "I VV KH1U CELEBRATED CLEAN SWEEP CIGAR, THE BEST 33 1 T OI G- .FL ;iy ROSEBURG, Manufactured expressly for, and for sale only at A. C. MARK'S CIGAR STORE. S. K. RAYMOND, STJRGEOIT DENTIST t - Oposite Marks & Co., Store, Offers his professional services to the people of Douglas county, with whom, he tins ben acquainted several years. - All work warranted first-class, and terms as moderate as any other in the profession: n Buy at dealers' pricca I We will sell you attf article for family or personal use,: in any quantity, at wholesale price. No matter what you want, send for our Catalogue,? con tains over l,90O illustrations. We carry in stock the largest variety of goods in the U. a HO JTCOWEBY WAHD CD 227 & 229 Wabash Ave CHICAGO, ILL, Ob SHEHIDAII. Successors to fhos. P. Sheridarf) DEALERS IS HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVE Gnns, Cutlery and Tirjew Fur. nishing ood. - TlfJ STOH? ROSEBURG, tT.: ... . ;;r?? w? P1 bov. descri bed,and h lo e for workdnriLT (v"," Plence In his professien. satisfied Next door .to the Metropolitan Roseburg, Oregou. The undersigned h as orwnwi a ti.it and Comfortable barhor cW ROSEBURG, OR GIPN name for work and prices WeT.w I J ,n T.lZ Prores8ien, satisfied best of material nd al wlr 1 tli aik ;hu ca.n.ive satisfaction to all ho may of ror,d nn V .T.VTf ' "u W him a call. His nrioea nishcusiorners with fimcla.rtble. h v " f--,:w. let hye prices. " -Ir Cuttid 25 Cent3;Shavin. 25 els. a- laustocfconron acd steel for sale, dealers from abroad will receive prompt attention; , H S, 6 J. O. SHERIDAN All 1 ask. is a fair trial. nd that hn ClOVe 1DV Work A3 a hflW t Willing to be put to the test. ni CHARLES HAMiE'