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BOSEBURO, SATUttDAYj NOV. 18. . laurel lodge a. ff sr., will bold learular rueftinfrs on Wednes day on "or before each full moon. . J. C. FULLKRTOX, V . M . L MURTON, Secy, PIIILETAKIAN Lodee,.Sa 3, 1 O. O meets on Thursday evening, of each week at 7 o'clock, in. their hull at Rose bar p. Members ofttieorder In gooJ stands lag aralavlted to attend. By order of the N UNION ENCAMPMENT. No. 9, I. 0.0 F.. muM at OJd Fallows' Hall on the 1st and 3d Friday ot every month. ' Visiting Brethren Invited to attend E. . HURSH, a P.. ' Joni CHAS:l. Scribe. ' UMPQUA ORANfi E,NOr 23, P. of II., will meet hereafter ou the 1st t-'utur-ot each month, at Uraujre Hall, in lfose kurjj, AVI meiffibera in good standing are eordifctir invited to a tend? JAMES T. COOPER, M. J. P. DUNCAS. Secretary. ! rvrnvmovx chapter no. 11. f. f 2af lueir rRalf eomniu- i-jqiii nications every firs. nl t ril Tuesday in ach raimin. ' All nieiubfr in good -Standing will tak due .ud timet Botice and govern tbemselveis accordingly .tiding companions are invited to uieui with the chapel when convenient. B HERMANN. W. I. Fbiedlander, Sec'y. TERMS OF COURT The Supreme Court sball meet a the seat of Government on the tin lioadays of October and March. '1 he Circuit court for Douglas county, n the aecoud Monday of May and the third Monday of October. i Cofinty end Probate court on the flret Mond ys of January, April, July anil September. CkntntasiDer3 court on the first Wednesday after the first Monday of Jantary, April, July and September. TEAKKsaivisd. Gov. Moody, in pursuance of the recommendation of President Arthur, has designated Thursday, N ovember 30th, as a dav of thanksgiving and praise; TSS heavy explosions that have shaken the town for several days past irecb cause.! b the blasting out of rock froa the point just sonth ot Noble's fculL The rock is taken to Robert's kilt, U construct a rip-rap to protect the fjiri fill at that place from high water in the river. JUtuhseu. Phil. Corkin, the engi neer who has had charge of engine 2 1 on the construction train eversince the extension commenced, returned oti hist tVeJnesdav, after a short visit to his " - i friondsin Portland, looking much re frod. We hear that he will soon re sults) bis old place on the passenger trail. SUICIDE AT Oakland. John Pardii, tg'4- 80 years, committed suicide at Oakland, this county. On Friday inorn ing he arose and dressed himself, and taking a pistol shot himself dead. He had been living with his son-inlaw, James H. Mabdney, fr a lnS t5ra?t and as all his wants were supplied, no explanation of his rash act can be giv en, other than that he was tired ef life. Copt's Guide, The third edition of Copp's Seller's Guide, a popular expo sition of our public land system, is be fore ,us. It is edited by Henrv. N. Copp, of W ashington, D. C., the wdl known 'author. Its price is only 25 cents in paper ami 75 cents in cloth, 8 vo., 114 pp. The chapter on surveys is illustrated, and shows how to tell towaship and section corners, j The chapters Ui homesteads, pre-emptions, aid timber culture contain the latest rulings and instructions. Alee Same Melican Mas. A Chi naman named Chung, who formerly worked for the late Pitzer Smith, took advantage of the raihoad extension to eater into the pork business. His suc cess wns flattering and his credit was good. About two weeks since he dis appeared. Among those who mourn his loss are- I. B. Nichols, for $650. W. Mynott, $150. N. Cannutt, $150. Oftro Bros., $200, and we know not hew many others. He has probably gone te China without a return pass- pert " Prison Contract. On . Monday a contract was closed between the super intendent of the penitentiary, approved by the Governor, and Messrs. Gold smith aii-1 Lowenberg' of Portland, leasing the prison labor of the State for a term of ten years, at forty cents per diy ef ten hours. By the terms of the contract all the prison labor, of the tate is to , be employed by the con. tracters, except such as the State may Withhold to perform such service as the "folate authorities 'may direct. ;The State authorities will employ convict laher so far as possible, to raise veget ables for the prison and the insare asy lam, and such other work as may Ikj done to advantage by such . labor. fiessrs. Goldsmith and Jowenberg will fester upon the work of preparing shops fixwhiclito utilize this labor. They will establish an extensive stove Jonn- ry, sufficiently large "to employ all the Slavic i labor, and from 50 to 75 skilled 9 ..." werkmen besides. LOCAL ITEMS. O. N. Denny, U. S. Consul-General at Shanghai, China, is in Oregon on leave of absence. Gov. Moody has appointed TA. McBride, of Oregon City, Prosecuting Attorney of the Fifth Judicial district. U- S. Senator L. F. Grover and wife left on November Oth for Sou Francisco en route to Washington. At. Dean and L B. Nichols of Riddleville, were, in town last Monday. They report business lively at the front. Attention is directed to the advertisement of Messrs Gaternian Bel tils, who have se cured the right to a patent concrete pipe. r L. L. Savage has returned from a short visit to Jackson county, jand' may again be found at that popular resort, Lou. Zigbr's salo ri. Thomas Hinklo last 'Wednesday killed a large cougar and a fisher. He sent them to George Laugenberg, the taxidermist, to have them stuffed. Music for the Odd Fellow' ball on Thanksgiving night, will be furnished by Lynch' s quadrille band, which is a sufficient guaranty that it will be nVstclas. The scarlet fever has prevailed fer some time in Cole's valley, in a mild form. This week there were two deaths, one a daughter of Jesse Clayton, aged about six years, and the other a young son of Thomas Thomp son. On last Sunday evening Mr- Walter J. Do van a member of the arm of Do van & Knight, druggists in Portland, committed suicide bv taking prussic acid. No causes is assigned for the act.' Kelly, who was shot at Lewisville, on the railroad extension, by Dawson, died last Saturday, after lingering eight days. The examination of Dawson took place at Lewis ville on Thursday. Dawsonwas discharged. E. C. Dry has completed the renovation of his saloon. The counter and bar have been newly painted and varnished, the room re papered and the owner of the budding has reinforced the floor. Ned would like his friends to call and see tjie improvement. Mr. Wm. Keid, the very 'previous" agent of the Scotch Company of Dundee, has been removed from the position as agent. The true inwardness of the business has not yet been made public. Oregonians approve the movement. ' C. B. Stanley, formerly of Ashland, is at prcseut supplying the force at the front with fresh pork. He passed througlTRoseburg fromYonca'la on Tuesday last with a car load of live hogs, and has several hundred head more ready for shipment. Dr. Steele of Coos bay, met with a severe acchlent last week. He was picking at a cartridge, which exploded, the bullet pass ing through the palm of his hand, making an ugly flesh wound, but not breakiug any bones. We regret to learn that George Engle has been let out of the warehousing bnsiness at Riddleville. The Railroad company having rented the warehouse of Sol. Abraham will hereafter haudle the southern freight at the rate of 50 cents a ton per month, or fraction thereof. Gov. Moody has appointed to the Circuit Judgeship for the Sixth district, east of the mountains, J. J. Ballery, of Baker City. Mr. Bailery is a new comer to Oregon, and 'n mi known' to the profession. lie has no qualifications for the office except that he is a Republican. The 111 that was to have been given by the Rostburg Silver Cornet band, onThanks- iving night, has been postponed for a week, so as not to interfere with that given by the Odd Follows. The baud Mas not aware that the Odd Fellows intended to give a ball on that evening, when they published their notice. II. L, Mnrton, formerly of Roseburg, has formed a co-partnership with S. Goldman for the purpose of carrying on business in Portland. Their p'ace of business is at 125 Front street. Mr. Morton was for many years a resident of Uoseburg and wheu here made ahest of friends who wish himsucees in his new business. See ad. .A New York company has offered to buy the Central school b ock, bounded by Sixth Seventh, Morrison and Yamhill streets, iu Portland, for 3100,000 The purpose is to erect a four-story hotel, covering the whole Mock, at a cost of $500,000. The house is to be ready for occupancy by the time the Northern Pacific railroad is com pleted. Gov. Moody has appointed the following officers for the newly created county of Crook, in Eastern Oregon: Judge, O. O, Thompson- Commissioners, Benjamin Allen and C. M. Cartright; Sheriff, George H. Churchill; Clerk, J. T. Richardson; Survey or, J. Newson; School Superintendent, H. DQlard; Treasurer, Charles Winchler; Cor- orner, R. Graham. They will assume their duties on receipt of commissions. On last Friday week, about three miles beyond Lewisville, a gang of Chinamen, un der a boss by the name of Kingsley, mutinied and the boss took refuge Li a tree. "Hap py Jack," who wes superintending a gang next io him, went to his assistance, when the Chinamen made an attack on him Jack defended himself w ith rocks so vigor ously that one Chiuaman was killed upon the spot and another so injured that he died next day. We have heard of no arrests. The Jacksonville Times says: Dol sen's party have finished their surveys and have been disbanded for the winter. The road is now definitely located to the Centennial bridge across Rogue river, and two lines have been run from there to a point just be' low fhe mouth of Bear creek one on the north and the other on the sonth side of the riverand one of these lines will rarely be adopted, leaving the terminus of the survey at the same point in either case. . The Oregon California railroad has an nounced reduced rates of passenger fare be tween all points on the east side division The tariff now between Portland and princi pal points is as followe: Salem, S3 35, for mer rate, S2 75; Albany, $3 60, formerly $5; Eugene, $6 20, formerly $7; Roseburg, J $10 70, formerly $12 25; Rtddleberg, 512 40, formerly $13 65. A like reduction has been made between all other points. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. As had been frequently announced, the teachers of Douglas county, with the many friends of common- school ed ucation, met at the Court house in this city, on Wednesday evening, to attend the opening exercises of their annual convocation. The weather being very inclement, and the city having several other public attractions on the same evening, yet there was a goodly num ber present, who felt fully repaid for their attendance. Prof. E. B. McEl roy. State Superintendent of Instruc tion called the meeting to order, with a brief speech which convinced his hour ersthatheis alive to the importance of the work in which he is engaged, and that he is an energetic, worker. Prcf. Cathey followed in some earn est and practical remarks which met with cordial approval from the audi ence. Hon. A. JJ. Uamplielt wrs then introduced and delivered the address of welcome. His address is indescibable, abounding in beautiful similes, and practical suggestions. Among' other thiugs, he remarked very aptly that the work of the teacher is to instruct pu pils in thinking and obeyiug. .' Tho re sponse to this, address was delivered by Hon. H. P. Webb, whose remarks. ike those of his predecessor, were of the choicest English and full of practi cal sussrestions. It is to be regretted that all the friends of education were not present to hear them. The exercises of i the evening were interspersed with music, under the di rection of Prof. Cathey. Especially worthy of mention was ajsolo by Mrs. Flini, with chorus by Messrs. Cathey and Miss Cathey. The opening exer cises gave promise of an earnest and interesting meeting. THUKSDAY. The exercises of the institute were continued on Thursday morning by the appointment of a committee on or ganization, consisting of the following persons: B. H. Cathey, II. P. Webb, and Miss Anna Kent, after which Mr. H. P. Thomas led in the discussion of the school laws of Oregon. He was followed therein by Profs. McElroy, Cornwall and Benson. After music Rev. J. H. Cornwall led a very inter esting discussion ou "Nouns and their Properties, "followed by Profs. Cathey, Day and others. Miss Kent then read a carefully prepared and most excellent paper on school government. Miss Mollie Lehmann then read an instruc tive essay on "How to teach Reading after which H. S. Strange, in a brief but mas'verly address, opened a discus sion on the subject of history, followed by several teachers deeply interested in this important study. The day's exer cises were clotted with an essay on "Aesthetics in the School Room," by Miss Alice Mosher, which fully mer ited the applauso it gained. EVENING SESSION. The exercises of Thursday evening were opened with a quartet by Messrs. Cathey and Campbell, Mrs. Campbell and Miss Grubbe. It is needless to say to a Roseburg reader that their singing was splendid. You all knew that it was. After this Miss Edie Byars charmed the audienco with her reriiation of "The Modern Cain." Then came a solo by Mr. Flint, entitled "Peek.a-boo," which was received with enthusiastic applause. Prot. McElroy then delivered an earn est, manly, practical address on the "Grading of our Country Schools," in which, for about thirty-five minutes, lie held tho fixed attention of his audience to the importance, the necessity and difficulties attending the ptoper classi fication of district schools. We trust that his remarks may be as seed cast in good ground, that they may bud, blossom and bear fruit This was fol lowed by alto solo, from ,Miss Helena Holman, entitled "Flee as a Bird." Her voice is powerful and musical and shows skillful training. She was well received by the audience. Miss Mollie Lehman was then introduced and charmed the audience with an amusing recitation of 'Prayer and Potatoes." The exercises closed with another quar tet by he same parties who sang tie opening quartet It was simply beau tiful and was especially well rendered. FRIDAY. Exercises opened with a song, led by Prof. Cathey, after which M. E. Poguo opened discussion cn the subject of the best rystem of readers and spell ers. Mr. Pogue criticised the present series very fiercely, upon which a large number of teachers and others, being deeply interested, joined in the discus sion, which occupied the entire fore noon. In the afternoon J. E. Day read a paper displaying considerable patient reseat ch, on the "Rise and Growth of Language." This paper was chiefly historical, but was listened to with careful attention. Mr. Day was fol f" j lowed by Prof. Cornwall, in an elo- I quent address on " Education and Christianity." After him Prof. Cathey followed, reading a carefully prepared paper on " Order in the School Room.' Prof. Cathey is a capable and enthusi astic teacher and bis remarks were full of practical hints, deduced from his own successful experience.! Mrs. Webb then discussed, in a short and spicy talk, on primary teaching. : The evening session opened with a special quartet, after which Miss Hat- . t -1 tie Benjamin--recited,! with effect, "Sister and I," for which she merited and received considerable ap plause. After au excellent solo by Mrs. Flint, who aang tvith her usual charming skill, Prof. Condon, of Eu gene, wrs introduced, nnd delivered a deeply interesting lecture On "Evolu tion Essentially Deistic," which was listened to by the audience with in tense interest ! After this, another solo by Miss Holman, was finely ren dered. A cood quartet was well sung by Messrs. Campbell, Cathey, and Mrs. Campbell and Miss Ella Grubbe, after which the meeting adjourned. Whereas, The teachers an3 frio mis' of education having .assembled Lcie for an annual discussion ' of topics 'calcu lated to improve and advance the con dition of our schools and methods of teaching, and Whereas, We have been the recip ients of special favors and courtesies from the citizens of Roseburg, from theO. & C.R. R. Co., and from Sher iff Purdom, of this city, therefore be it Resolved, That our sincere and heart felt thanks are due to the citizens of Roseburg for their uniform courtesy and hospitality. Resolved, That, our thanks are due to Mr. Purd om for the many favors in connection with the use of the court house. : Resolved, That our thanks are due to the O. & C. R.,K Co. for their gen erous aetion in offering ; reductions in fares to and from the convocation. Resolved, That we tender our grate ful thanks to Prof. Condon, for his kindness in delivering for our bonelil an able and interesting lecture. Resolved, That we tender our thanks to Prof. McElroy for his zeal in the cause of education, and we wish hint abundant success in his labors in im proving the public school system of Oregon. Resolved, That it is our experience that such meetings as the. one now drawing to a close, are invaluable to teachers and to the cause of education, and we respectfully urge that school directors, as far as lies in their power, encourage their teachers in attendance thereupon. H. L. Bexsox, H, D. TnoiiAS, VCom. Hattie Benjamin, Death of a Pioneer. Wm. T. Perry, who died at Norway on the -ith and was buried on the 5th inst, was born near Hartford, Conn., November 19tb, 1809. In 1839 ho was married to Ann Abell, who died at Norway, June 16th, 1879. To this union were born six children 2 sons and 4 dansh ters all of whom are living except one son, who died in infancy. Perry was one of the first pioneers of Oregon, having crossed the plains in 1S42. He first settled in Oregon City, and in 1843 lie moved from there to Clatsop plains. In 1851, iu company with Aaron Rose, who settled on the pkin on a part of which the town of "Rcseburg was soon after located, while Perry settled on the adjoining plain on Deer creek, and soon afterwards erected on that stream tne pioneer nou ring mills ot JJouias councy, which added materially to il.e thrift and prosperity of the then young town of Roreburj. In 1858 Perrv moved to the Coquille river and located on the old homestead near Norway, where he resided until his dsatb. He was a tmf honored and highly re spected citizen; a man of indomitable energy, 'and one who was always in the lead, clearing the way lor others to fol low. The people in the vicinity of where he lived have lost a kind neigh bor and the community at large a good and valued citizen. A host of friends mourn his death. Fiee at the SitiTZ. On Wednes day evening, November 1st, at about 6 o'clock the boarding hall, old com roissary building, school house, wood shed and about 50 cords of wood weie burned. Most of the government sup plies and furniture .were saved. The children were all saved and no acci dents. Loss, six or eight thousand dollars. The government is the main loser, yet the loss falls heavily upon the 44 children that were in the hall. The fire originated in the third slory of the building, but just how it occurred no one knows. Mrs. TafF and Miss Doty, who have labored so bard to im prove and civilize these children of the forest were the greatest personal los ers. Miss Doty lost all her personal effect. A building will be fitted up temiMrarily and the school will go on as before., We on requested to announce that Kev. M. C Miller will be unable to meet his ap pointments at Canyon ville and Cow creek Best Sabbath, on account of Sicaness in hk family. WILBUR NEWS. Farming is being pushed rapidly ahead. - Several already have their crops nearly in. ' ?' ' Uncle John Lawton's new house is completed, and presents a neat appear, ance. One of our good looking young msn who attended the institute, declares well, we will iiot tell, but he lost a picture that he intended for another girl. j Prof. Benson was presented with a fine boy a short time ago. It weighs 10 pounds, and, we will wager, it h Democrat. . i Rev. V. C. Chattin is still conduct ing a series of meetings, and is having considerable succes3, which ho de serves, as he is a faithful worker. The Plaindealer calls one of our rep resentatives a bald-headed -stalwart Judging trout the depth that stalwart ism bcin buried in the Eastern States, they will all be bald-headed be fore they are returned to the Legisla ture. A young men's literary society is io be formed this week. The boys are determined to improve with the world Obed C. Butler, of Elkton, died last Saturday and was buried at this place on Tuesday. Mr. Butler was formerly a student of this place, and was re spected and beloved by all who knew him. He was a young man of more than ordinary ability, was a pleasant talker.in debate, and strictly conscien tious in all his dealings. The sympa thy of this .neighborhood is extended to his bereaved wife. May the same Hand tbat guided him through life, support and protect her in this hour of bereavement. Reservoih Bkoke. The reservoir connected with the Oiegon City water works, Lroke last Thursday morning, about dav-break, and let the .vater out Hooding that part of the city in coursn of tho torrent to tho river. The reser voir is located on the bluff in front of Singer's mill. The water rushed through the mill race and under the inill witL out doing that structute any damage. Mr. Singer lost several hogs. The city brewery was damaged about $300. The water works were damaged about $1,000. We learn from Mr. Bell that the officers of the coast survey on board the steamer Areata have completed the survey of the har bor of Siuselaw and will report tnac it has the deepest entrance Mid the shortest bar of any port cn the Northern Pacific coast. The Areata took down 600 barrels of salmon caught in the bay this season. The wagou road from Florence to the head waters of the Siuselaw ho3 been completed, with the ex ception of tea miles. This section offers many inducements to immigrants. The U. S- steamer Corvviu, Lieutenant Commander Ilealey. hearing while at Alaska that the Iudians had taken possession of one of the American Fur Trading company's stations and held all tho employes prisoners, Coxtmander Healy, with as little delay as possible, went to their relief, and as the Iu dians were very hostile, shelled their vilJage and released all tho men held as prisoners. The prompt manner in which they have been punished will, in all probability, teach them a lesson which they will not forget very soon. Last Sunday afternoon, about six o'clock, as Mr. E. Wolford was returning home from Silverton, where he had been with his tn o daughters to attend the dedication service; if the new M. E. Church, the horses became frightened and ran off a bridge, about four miles from that place. The carriage was up set by the fall, and Miss Gertrude Wolford was thrown under the feet of the horses and tramped to death. A little nine year old daughter of John Wolford was also an occu pant of the buggy, and sustained some inju ries. The balance of the party escaped un hurt. ) MAHRIED. HOG UK II UK LBURT A t the residence of the officiating clergyman, ' Oct 8th, by Ilev. W. llnrlburt, Edward W. Hogue of Linn couuty, to Abba J. Hurlburt, of this eouuty. COOK MCDANIKLS At the residence of Mrs. Trimhale, iu this county, on Nov, 8th, by D. E. Parsley Justice of the Peace, William R. (JooU to Ella McDanicIs. GOLDMAN & MORTON i 123 Front Street, PORTLAND, OREGX. COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IN j Flour, Criin, t'otatoes, Lffjs, Butter, Bacon, etc. Special attention given to consignments of Wool, Hides and (raln. FINE FAEM FOR SALE! 0ONE FARM CONTAINING 431 AND 89-100 acres, 18 miles from Koseburpr, on the Coos bay Stage road, and known as the 18 mile house.- Has good dweeiing, large barn and outhouses, with or chard and (rood garden. Is well feaced. A good sized creek flows through the place, near the house and barn. Part level, balance rolling land. Grain, grass and fimber. Plenty of timber for fuel, fenc ing and building purposes. Is a good tavern stand, being near the toot of coast range mountains. Toll gate and stage station adjoining. Climate healthy, water pure. Terms, part cash and part on liberal time. ALSO ADJOINING A FARM Cf 199 ACRES, with good dwelling and barn and outbuilding., with a bearing' orchard. One half plow land and balance KmIu.. Un.l . n 1 .11 flk.a. (.ma will j be seld either together or seperatelr, to suit pur- IcnaseM. ;Appiy to nermann ana koji, Jtteseourg, Oregon. ... CONCRETE PIPE. HENKY QVTERMAN AND LOUIS BELTIL8 have obtained the riht for ljouglas county (or laying .. ! Continuous Concrete Pipe, for conveying water, and Louis BelUs and Georga Protsman hare obtained the right fur Josephint and Curry coun'.iej, and will sail farm or individual rights and lay Ate at the che i)e.t figures. Any size from H to 22 inches furnUhtsd. This pipe ia much Cheaper than Wood, iron or I Lead ! It U also well suite! for Irrigation or Mining purpose andean be laid any distance without Joints. ; THE KENO SALOON. Talkington & Johnson Props. OPPOSITE THE METROPOLITAN HOTEL, ROSEBURG. WHERE CAN EE FOUND A FINE BILLIARD Table ani the bet brand of Wines, i Liquor, and Cigars. Leadm? periodical on the table. Con- cert and free free whiskey, cert and free luach every evening, but positively no i u32-tf . NOTICE. ANNUAL MEETING ! THE A?NUAL MEETIXO OF THE BOXAXZA Uold and Quicksilver Mining Company, for the purpose f electing a Board of Trustees to serve for the ensuing' year, will be halJ at Drown' Hall, Oak laud. Douirias rountv. Oregon, on Saturday.! the 2jth day f November, Mil, at 10 o'cloilc A. M. ) Office of Bonanz Uold and Quicksilver Mining Company, Oakland, Ore-ion, November 4, 1832. I. . . F. GEAND.BAlL. AT UEG, - Thanksgiving Evening, I - THURSDAY, . KOVEMBES 30TH, 1882. Ever) Wly Cordially Invited. TICKETS ONLY $1,50. WORK FOR WORKING Agents of ei titer sex. WORK- -PLENTY fur all. OF IT! jggfAN EXTRAORDINARY OF- fer to every agent, j ggT FAST SELLING, BIG PROF- its. No risk on first order. r-FIRST CLASS. EASY; AND Honorable work. j INTONE THOUSAND TO THREE Thousand dollars a year,' . ggTMADE BY OUR AGENTS. g-AGNTS STARTED IN BUS- ineBs at our risk. j , H-WE MEAN BUSINESS. DO YOU! ; CSTlf any reader expects us to pay a-salarv, furnish a horse and waffon, or send'a bt of our god9 to k paid for when sold, trust to lite honesty oi ,v ery re who would apply, and take such risks, they need not us. We will take buck the gooas unsom, nuu reiuuu tlio nmnev for them, but no mre. Any one who hasn't money enough, Or can not tret sonio ne who snows tuem io be honest, to loan tnem cnouga togivo our business u trial on sucu lerms as we offer, should not expec us to irutii them. You get u w worm oi wuub, and can sell ibem for $25.00 iu from one to three days. Yon tae no risk, us you can return them to us at any imeandget your money back. We ore willing to do this for any one who cares to work. The employ eat is easy, honorable and permau j i, ana tho profits sucu as wiil pay ma big wages for a fair days work. Address at once. U. S. Manufacturing o., no 27-4 w Pitt iurg,Pa. Woodburn Nursery I J. H. SETTLEMIER, PROPRIETOR Keeps a full stock of Fruit, Shade. Or- namentai, auuiui. ireea, iu . and Shrubbery. No pess on trees, which is ruining ao many trees on tuis iusii. gSTSend for Catalogue Jg) A VALUABLE IeSlX23aJlOI, i23eOlOf --o nCONSISTINO OF 523 ACHES OP U land, situated 11 miles north-east of Rosburff, in Mount Scott Precinct. One hundred acres plow land, the balance good pasture land, well watered and all under good ence. Plenty of fir and oak timber for fencing and fael. , Good farm home and barn and other out ouildiugs, and 500 choice fruit trees bearing. Price $8 per acre. Inquire of C H. Oden on the premises,: or Her man & Bail, attorneys, Bosebarg. PAIIEIt8ATTTlTI0i FOlt THE BEST WEARING BO OT FOR MEN AND BOYS AND THE M03T DURABLE SHOES FOR MISSES AND CHILDREN Try the Celebrated Manufactured by " ' ". PORTER. SLESSINGER, & CO. San Frencf8Co. They are truaran. teed to yive satisfaction. - Will not break in the back or rip in the. side. All poods of Ih.s na nufacture made by white men." No Chinamen employed. For sala by FLOED a PC , .... . . . . ..KOSEBURO. BOOi'fl BROi... YONCALLA E. O. YOUNU.. .OAKLAND AOTJCE FOR FINAL) SETTLE MENT. ' Notice i- hereby given that tn un- dersigned. administrator of the estate of Joseph Rondeau, deceased, late of Douglas county, Oregon, has filed in tho ounty Court of said county, his final ccouut as such administrator, and that Monday, the first day of January, 1883, at ten o'clock a, jr. at he County Court room of sa d county, bas bem appoint ei by J. 8. Fitzhugb, Judge of said court, as the time and place for bearing . objections to said account or the settle neat thereof. Fkancis Rondeatt, Administrator of said estate. ' attd this r-ept. 13, 1882. flilWOUTAN HOW This Popalar Honso Situated in!tlie center of the business portion of Ko eburc. havimr recentlr chats ired h ande. has been COMPLETELY RE1JOVATED, and prepared to the reception of duetts. The Dining Room will be supplied with the best the I?larkct AfTortls with good attendance. As Mrs. Ztgla has thaice ol the kiichcn. the ounlftv the cooking will be unexceptionable. Hates reasonable. Fter inaih from the railroad. LOU. ZIGLEB, ADMlS IsSTK ATOR3 NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to whom It may concern: Thai the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as executor of the estate of Daniel Weils deceased, late of Doutrlas conntv. Or gon, and tho County Court ef ssfi counnty bas issued letters testHmeuUsy thereof, therefore all persons owing said estate are a quested to make lm- mediat- poyment. and all uersocis hav UK claims acaln&t said estate are notU (led to present . lie same duly verified to lb undersigned, rt his residence in Ten Mile, iu said cnumv and Ktati. or to Hermann & Ball, the attorneys of said estate, at Roseburg, Oreoa, within Six ujoutus i rum aaie nerror. W. It. WELLS. Execntor. Hebhaits Ball, Attor. of Estate. Roseburg, Oregon, Sept. 29, 1682. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE K HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE dersigaed has been appointed Admiaistraterl the estate of Andrew i. Dosrsen deceased. All par sons having claims against said eetoM are hereby notified to present the same with the uroDar Tuck ers, within six months from the date of this otiee, to ne at the office of A. F. CambpeU, attorner at law.in Roseburg, Douglas Co., Oregon, and ail persoae lirdebted to saiu estate are hereby requested to cal and settle the same without delay. . r. uouAN.Adminis ntor, . Dated this first day of November, 1AS2. Annonucrcacnt. St TO Till? PUBLIC. 3 Demand for our goods compelled us to send for a complete assortment, which we are daily receiving from the first hands, and can afford to any bouse la the State. Our atoek ta more complete tbau ever, in all brancB. es. If yon want bargains now is your time to call on us and satisfy yoor selves before purchasing elsewhere. We mean what we say and you can aw ways find us at the OLD STAHD One door from th PoitoSEee?