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THE . INDEPENDENT. I
SATURDAY, APRIL, 28th, ' 'n rrii i mi m hi in w i 1 1 mi 1883, VLAUHEJ, LODGE A. P. M WILL fA-x hold lesrular meetings on Wednee 7 day on or before each fall moon. J. C. FULLERTON, W. 31. I.;CaRO, SCC. " ' ' f: , - T7T"f PHILET A IA N W.-W-Jj Idfre, N'o. 3, I O. O j. meets on Thursday evening, of each weefc at 7 o clock, in their bull at Iioee burg. Members of tho order In good stand i ag are invited to attend, By order of the N 0. UNION' ENCAMPMENT. No. 9, I. O. O F...iniet at Odd Fellows' Hall on tliw 1st and 3d Fridays of every month. Visitiuir Brethren invited to attend L. Belfils, C. P. A." C. Marks, Scribe. . ; L'JirQUA GRANGE, KOi 28, Pi or II., will meet hereafter on the 1st hatur- ot each month, at Uranga Hall, in Bose bur:. All mea tubers in good standing are cordially invited to attend: J as. T. CoorER, M. J. P. Duncan, Sec. " eUMFQUA 'CHAPTER NO. 11, F. fc&ir A. M., hold their re&nlar comniu- ttuiciSf n'cations every first and third Tuesday in each month. All members in good standiug will take due nd timely notice and govern themselvers accordingly y .Biting companions are invited to meet with the thapel when convenient; , J, 0. FCLLEBTOX, II; P. . W. I." Friedlandek., Sec'y. Grand opening of late importation from the Lust, at Caro Bros. Caro Bros vail sell goods . cheaner taan any other hmse in Oregon, von don't believe it call on them. HAMILTON . Uealer iu. Offers for sale ;-in Kegs or Tin; 4309 pounds of Pioneer While Lead; 50? GaloissSalcm Boiled Imseeil Oil; 230 gais. Tor pontine;-A complete stock of Paints, '.'Brushes,'- Yarnishes, and Can Color. (Jf you are ffoihs to do any naintins cali CT - . f . - ' "V and get prices before purchas ing Elsewhere.) A complete? assortment of School Books, School Stationery, Writing Paper, Envelopes, etc., which i I will ell very Chcan. Gar- dCIl Seeds, Patent MediciilCS, n ilrst-eiass OrugSlore. dcrdi ly mail and Express Farmers and others desiring a genteel, lu crativo agency business, by which $5 to 20 a day cm be earned, send address at once, on nnst.aL to II. U. WilKinson U, Fulton street. New York. Vst.rtarlf.s. J. V. Uoweii in form the public that he will keep con- .Btantly on hand a supply of seed pota toes and all other vegetables in their RR.isivi. llesidence west side of the iriver, Rosebnrg,' Oregon.' Orders may bo left at tho postoffice. LuMBEmiExs Meeting. All peAcus en?a?ed in manufacture and sale of lumber iii Douglas County are request ed to meet in Roseburg Saturday the 5th day of May, 18S3 at 2 o'clock P. M. to arrange and agree upon a uniform price for tha 'different grades of lumber manufactured at the various rnilb in tho county. K. II. Rone. R. A. Booth. ' ' . W A. Palmer. Clarke fc Baker. Saubert & Noble. ELDORADO SPRINGS. To all persons suffering with any nasal ca tarrh affection of the throat 'or stomach, I will str.to that last F all that myself and mem ' bers of my family were suffering with ca tarrh in the head and myself with an affec -f af-mv.srVi Thn.t T TrtirtihasfiVl n. Vgalon of the mineral w ater taken from the spring on the South Umpqua, 3 miles west bi Roseburg,of G. M. Jonts, Dr. Hamilton agent, and can testify that both myself and family have received. fi" wen ,rom us 1 T T nAn c 11 if .11-1 o rf J . . , , . TCry mUCU Html uusai tituuiu win use of this water has entirely recovered and Is now well. I'can unhesitatingly om mend it as tho best medicine. I have used in my family for any of the above named com plaints. Rev. W. A. Willis. Boys, if you want the latest etyles hats and neckties call on Caro lros. All kind3 of dress goods at bedrock prices at Carp Bros. Pst. nn.alittf of note naner ten cents Ter quire and envelopes five cents per bunch of 25, at Hamilton's. Bring your produce to Caro Bros. ir vou want iuu value icr mem. w p ,r . ,T i t j it. pay cash. Call early, you will lose bargains rnich are oilered at Laro lros. , For the best line of .family grocer ies at greatly reduced prices call on Caro Bros, : tWiL ITEUS- Notice tho advertisement of Car Bros. Coal tar and pina tar for sale at Hamil ton's drug store. Special attention ia called t th extra fine trunks at Caro Bros? James Blundell of Canyonville, is at pres ent very sick. We did not leara the nature of the disease. The Roseburg hook and ladder company will meet at the city hall next Monday evening at 1 sharp. The members are re quested to be present.' ; Our very efficient County Treasurer, W. X. Moore, has just received notice of hia appointment as local agent for the Phrcnix and Home rira insurance companies. Mrs. Christina Beverly, the popular hotel proprietcss at Canyouville, has discontinued business at that place and gone to Portland to pen a boarding house. Her successor at the former place will be Mra. Worley. Persons desiring the latest styles of mil linery goods, will do well to call and exam ine the new fetock at the Misses Smith's storo on Jackson street, next door to the residence of Mr. Bitzer. There was an alarm of fire on Monday fore. coon caused by the burning of a flue in the building occupied by Rose & Junger as a sa loon. Hooks of Eugene got first water and extinguished the fire, otherwise there would have been a 'conflagration'' and' -a burn-out. The ladies f.the M. E. Church will give an entertainment at the Court House Tues day evening, May first, consisting of music, pantomines, and a broom drill, which has been prepared by the Roseburg Guards. All are invited- Admission, 50 cents; chil dren 23 cents. Tourists visiting Roseburg would do well to see Johnson's & Fletcher's fruit farm en the west bank of the river, opposite the cityi They hare about seven or eight acres of the thriftiest strawberry plants to be found any where on the Pacific coast. The plants are now in full bloom, . with the berries just forming and present a perfect picture of floral beauty. On Thursday the city authorities attached the hose recently purchased to equip the Roseburg fire company to the plug at the corner of. the Floed block, and demonstrated the utility of tho water supply for the pur poses of extir guishing firts. The presiure was such that a good stream of water was thrown hish enough' to extinguish 'any fire which wa are liable to have. This is very gratifying to all. At Hamilton's drug store, quicksilver, Sulphur, lime and a cheap giadeoi coal oil for doctoring Sheep. Little Theodore, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Belfils, died in Koseburg on the morning of the 24th of April, 1883. The funeral services were held at the Presbyterian Church by Rev. Smick, on the afternoon cf the 26th and the remains -buried in tho Ma- sonic cemetery. Children bury their parents; this is the natural order f things, and thus the world moves on. But it si saJ indeed when children die. The fond hearts of parents are left des olate, iugu hopes and bright anticipa tions are crushed forever. Naught can fill the aching void. Mr. and Mrs. I Bellfila have our heartfelt sym pathy in this sad bereavement. Musical Entertainment. The en tertainment given by Prof. Cathey s class in vocal music on Friday even ing last, was well attended by our citi zens and proved a jenuine treat and surprise to many who went there pie pared to listen to the usual musical drill and recitations on such occasions. On ths contrary the exercies were sup plemented by voluntary selections ren dered bv the best musical talent of Roseburg. The evening was well en joyed by all present and every one spoke in high praise of the school, its teacher and those who volunteered to assist in the evenings entertainment. Railroad Magnates. Mr. Yillard, accompanied by the directors of the roads embraced in the Northern Pa- sific combination, passed through Rose burg on Tuesday of this week. The train halted at tho station about half an hour, while the distinguished party strolled through town. "While here they made a few calls among the busi ness firms, after which the party boarded the cars and proceeded to the front, returning in the direction of Portland the same day. We are una- We to give . our readers the bone fit oi Mr. Yillard's views on railroad topics 0i interest in this part of the State, as tbe pUyic was generally unapprised of g and effort m I O draw him out in that direction. -Enterprise. The newspapers of this State have from time to time done considerable blowing about their enter prise and the amount of money they expend in order that the public may have first-class newspapers. We have not heretofore indulged in this vain glorious business, on account of innate modesty, and our readers will pardon ..n iC ,t.a linn, lariitfl fpnm lim nil ua 11 ' Recently we have made extensive and expensive improvements m our estap- lihhment bv purchasing fifteen cents T wu mn.lin t vpt I -- the tynipan, besides the enormous out lay of $1 for hinges to a formerly dis carded friskefc, by which latter outlay we expect to remove the unsightly ap pearance of inked borders. We hope our readers will appreciate this princely munificence on our part, Anniversary of Oddfellowship. The members of the Order formed in pro cession at tlte hall at 10 o'clock, with D. S. K. BaicK. as Marshal. - The procession then moved to the grove, proceeded by the Rose burg band, where seats had been arranged in front of the grand stand. - Exercises were opened by prayer by Rev. . John Howard. Introductory remarks by W. F. Benjamin were listened to 'with profound attention. At the close of his address he introduced the orator of the day, Hon. D. W. Welty, who proceeded to read from manuscript, inilear and concise voice, a carefully prepared ad dress, in which he portrayed the formation object and aims of Oddfel Iowship in an elo quent and forcible manner. We regret that ouf space is insufficient to publish the oration at length, but are pleased to give to our readers the following statisti cal information ia reference to the Order gathered from it, for which we are under ob- ligations to Mr. Welty: STATISTICS FOR Tn YEAR 1SS1, For the jurisdiction of the sovereign grand lodge, including the United States and Can ada; Whole number of grand ledges .... 50 Whole number of subordinate lodges 7,303 Whole number of Rebekah lodges. . 872 Grand encampments 41 Subordinate encampments. 1,839 No. of initiations insub. lodges in '81, 475,943 No. of encampment members. ...... 80,643 FINANCIAL, Amount of relief granted by sub ordinate lodges 1,657,418 Amount of relief by encampments 16S.256 Amount by Rebcka deg. lodges. . 5,495 Total... $1,S31,171 Amount of subor. lodge assets .. ..4,416,375 Am't of sub. encampment assets. . 40-1,483 Am't of Reb. deg. lodge assets. . . 31,017 Total revenue $4,S54,S77 JURISDICTION OF OREGON, FOR 1SS2. Whole number of members ....3,447 Increase duriug the year. 246 No. of brothers relieved '. 256 No. of weeks beaefits paid ,1,4S5 financial; Amount paid for relief of bros. . .$ 8.S27 25 Amount paid for relief of sisters 2,435 00 Amount paid to orphans 255 00 No. of bros. buried 14 Amount paid for burial of bros.'. 905 75 Am't paid for relief other purp's 1,276 45 Am't of receipts of lodges 58,481 53 Amount of lodge assets........ 102412 The celebration was well atteuded and the dance at Mark's warehouse in the evening wa3 a great success. ArPoiNTMENTs. Rev. D. C. McFar- land, M. E. Church South, will preach at the following times and places: Cow creek school house, May, Sth and Gtb, at 11 o'clock each .day Canyon ville, May 6 th, at night; Myrtle Creek, May 7th, at night; Hudson '. school house, May 8th, at night; South Deer creek school house, May 9th, at night; Roseburg, May 10th, at night. Youthtful Drunkards. By a late article in the Corvallis Gazette we learn that the town authorities are just now confronted with a question of very gravo importance, not only to that part of the State but to all people where- ever the license system is in yogue. It seems that two mere boys in that place are under arrest charged with the crime of habitual drunkenness, and so far the authorities are powerless in the matter as the one who furnished liquor eludes detection. It is idle to raeralize on tho theme to point out the dangers which menance the hearth stones of every family who live under the "protecting shield of license," but when such things occur as '.we have enumerated tho thoughtful person is apt to wander into channels of thought not very flattering to the whole class the seller, the government which licenses and the people who sit idly by and permit such things to go on. W. C. T. TJ. Obituary. Alexander B. Gilliland died at his residence in Roseburg, on the morning of the2-lth'of April, 1883, after a brief illness. The deceased was born in Brown county, Ohio, in 1815 and was at the time of his death, 68 years of age. He emigrated to Putnam county, Illinois, in the year 1846, and was thon married to Mary T. Willis, a sister of Judge Wm. R. Willis, of this place. He crossed the plains with his family in 1853 and settled on a farm on Deer creek, where he resided until about four years ago, when he moved to Roseburg and built a fine residence, where he was residing when death overtook him. His marriago was blessed with eight children, threo of whom have preceded him across the dark valley of death. Five,' together with the partner of his choice, are left to mourn his loss, together with many friends and relatives. Deceased was a good neighber, a kind husband and father, a man of firm convictions and due regard for his own rights and tho rights of others. He was a firm be ltever in Christianity and died in the hope of immortality. 'Can Hardly Eealiza the Good it Has Done,' A lady whose general health had become seriously affected was induced to use Com pound Oxygen, In writing of the resu t she says: "It has relieved me from a distressed feeling back ef my eyes, from which I could get no relief; nasal catarrh better Im provement gradual; so much so can hardly realize the good it has done till I note my condition before taking it." Our Treatise on Compound Oxygen, its nature, action and result?, with reports of cases, and full infor mation, sent free. Drs. Starkey & Palex, 1109 and 1111 Girard St., Philadelphia, Pa. All orders for the Compound Oxygen Home Treatment directed to H. E. Math ews, GOG Montgomery street, San Francisco, will bo tilled on the same terms as if sent di rectly to ua in Philadelphia. WILBUR ITEMS. Fred. Benson is quite sick, but under the cars of Dr. Dayis we hepe he will soon recover. 'Wilbur now boasts of a'system of telegraphy. A line has been extended from Mr. Sh'elton's residence to the" store, and from thence to th3 residence of Prof. Benson. Several of the young men operate quito well. The literary society organized by the seniors is a success. The last pro gramme consisted of recitations, music, three oratins and a debate. A good programme has been prepared for the next meeting, and all aio invited to at tend. ' Prof. II. J. Benson wo learn, -will take charge of the Drain Academy next year. While we regret to lose him, yet we wish him success. He is an excel lent teacher; tli9 people of Drain are fortunate in securing his' services. The school progresses nicely. The attendance is large. The senior class is the largest we have had, and iuclude3 the following names; Ida Bcoth, Addis Smith, Geo. M. Brown, John S. Mires and John I. Criteser. Jos. Sutheilin an old and highly re spected citizen of Wilbur, is lying at his residence dangerously ill. We learn that he has passed the critical point and i3 now improving. Grain of all kinds ia looking well and the prospects are good for an am ple harvest. Wilbur came near having a fiie tln3 week. The residence of G. W. Short caught fire, but no serious dam age was done, .' The-primary department in the acad emy is quite large. Mrs. H. T. Benson has charge and is an excellent teacher. Tho Band of Hop continues to meet on each Sunday morning. The meetings are interesting and produc tive of much good. E- B. Mathews Arresied. Last Tuesday Baney Mathews was arrested upon a warrant issued by J udge Fitzhugh charging him with per- jury, ine amuavit was made beiore the J udge on the 17th of last March, by George W. Short, a brother-in-law of the defendant, charging that he com mitted perjury in making the affidavit for a marriage license for the marriage of Elmer Bethers to Laura Porter. They are the young couple who, it will be remembered, came from Benton county lsst January and who, after they had been married and started homo were arrested on the cars at Drain station, by Sheriff Purdom on a telegram from, the irate father of the bride, charging the young bridegroom with the abduction of a female under age. The father finally dismissed the complaint against his new found son-in-law when his daughter had been re turned to his bosom. Mr. Mathews waived an examination and was held to answer to the grand jury in the sum of 8200. ' The situation in Ireland continues critical and arrests for conspiracy against the government are still made. No wonder the people are becoming desperate when they aro harrassed be yond all endurance. s Testimonials. G. W. Jones, dear sir; Having been troubled with dyspepsia for many years I was advised by W. F. John son to use your mineral water. I did so and do unhesitatingly say it did me more good than anything I had ever used; It had an immediate effect. Yours, JOHN HOWARD. Roseburg, April 1, 18S3. This is to certify that I have used sue ccssfully the Umpqca mineral water for six I . i l . r i - . -ii .,. uiuufcus, iur uvrvuusoysrrepsia ana aeDuity of tho whole system and I have found great relief and I might say am entirely cured. I have no hesitancy in believing this min; cral water to bo of great curative value! Respectfully, W.F.JOHNSON. "'' Roseburg, April 2, 1S83. I!ame3 of Persons Drawn as Jurors JL For the May term of the Circuit Court: . NAME3. RESIDENCE.. OCCUPATION. Jacub lUehey M. B. Hoinms..... John Stanley...... Harvey Jones V. L. Arrington... F. Rice J. W. Conn. ....... William Love Chas. HolrfleW.... J. C. McCulloeh,... V. S. Adams Chas. A. McGee.... O. S. Emery ... Hiram Wootlford. . . W. E. Thornton... E. Dixon- F. M. Criteser Levi Kent T. J Williams Frank Stewart. O. Oalcs l. A. Prock L. L. Mathews..... Thomas Batty J. S. 'Wagenor..... J. P.! Duncan Fred Mctz. J. O. Booth. E. A. Este. J. M. Burnett George W. Cox. .Pass Creek. ... , Camas Valley.. 4 iC .Coles Valley... .Looking Glass. .Nonpareil ...... . Ccles Valley... .Wilbur .Pass Creek.... .Ten Mile .Deer Creek.... .Calapooia. ..... .Cole Valley. . . .Cow Creek .Looking Glass . Deer Creek .Coles Valley .Elkton .Ten Mile .Canyon ville . Deer Creek .Ten Mil .Doer Creek .Calapooia .Yoncalla Deer Creek. Calapooia. Yoncalla. Pass Creek. Scottsburif Deer Creek. . Fanner. .Sch'l t'chr. .Farmer. Photog'rp'r Farmer. Merchant. Farmer. DIED. BELFILS In Roseburg, April 24th, of malignant scarlatina, Theodore,' sou of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Belfils, aged 4 yeara, 5 months and 18 days. YOCUAb In Myrtle Creek, April 2Uh, Rupp, son of Newton and Isabella Yocum, aged 7 years. The afflicted parents have our sincere sympathy ia theLr sad beriavementw r' Directory. We acknowledge the compliments of John W. Kelly, for merly proprietor of this paper, who presented us with a copy of the new di rectory of Marion and Polk counties for 1883 published by McLane & Keliy. The directory is a neat one, well ar ranged and beautifully printed and dis played. It contains condensed biog raphies of the State officials and'of the officers of the counties and cities, with charters and principal ordinances in in each of the incorporated towns. It contains 180 pages and reflects much credit upon the publishers. JOXES' 3IJXE21AL WATER! Testimonials From Prominent Citizens of Uosehurg ! For the benefit of those suffering with catarrh I will state that I have been afflicted with that disease for the last three years and after using various remedies without any benefit, was finally induced to try the Eldorado Mineral Water, from the spring of Geo. W. Jones, which I will slate has effected a cure, and I have no hesita tion in recommending it to those suf fering with a like complaint. - J. S. PiTznuGir, County Judge of Douglas county. April 13, 1883. G. f W. Jones. Sir: During last Summer I was suffering with consti pated bowels and general ill health. I procured two bottles of mineral wa ter and used it and am entirely cured. I have no-hesitation in recommending the water to all who are suffering with like derangement of the bowels and general debility. . Henry Bowen, - City Marshal of Reseburg. April 13, 1883. George W. Jones. Sir: Having used the Eldorado Mineral V ater for some time, for dyspepsia and catarrh, J feel safe ia recommending it to tbe public r.s a sura and reliablo remedy in those aillictions. W. S. Humphry, City Recorder. Roseburg, April 16, 1883. TS NOW PREPARED TO DO ANY X kind of work in his line. Headstones and Monuments of all descriptions, at very low prices and warranted to give ample sat isfaction. M. SULLIVA& T- J.-iLYNOH, . MERCHANT TAILOR, ONE DOOR EAST OF MARKS' CIGAR STORE. Cutting, Cleaning and Repair ing Done at Short Notice. F. P. HOGAFs HAVING PURCHASED A COM PLETE ASSORTMENT OF GENERAL ERCH1DSF. WILL SELL THE SAME CHEAP FOR CASH! PRICE LIST: Calicoes, 5 cents per yard. ; Ladies' dress goods, 8 cent3, per yard. Corsets, 50 cents. ' Genuine kid gloves, 75 per pair. Coffee, No. 1 Costa Rico, 7 lbs. for 1. Persian Cashmere, 25 cents per yard. Suitings, 12 J cents per yard. Fine Japanese teas, 45 cents per lb. Six spools silk thread, 25 cents. Other articles in proportion. My mo do is cash sales & small profits. F. P. HOG AN. Greek Mills! CLARK & RAKER PROPS. naving purchased tho above named milte of E. Stephens & Co.,. we are now prepared to furnish any amount of the BEST QUALITY OF LUMBER Ever offered to the public in Dougias county. We have just purchased one of the Weatherly, Rugg & Richardson No. 1 Planers and t. matchers and are pre pared to do better work than other mills in the county. - We will furnish at the mill No. l lumber at the following prices: Dressed rustic....... $16 per M Flooring (dres&ed & matched $15 per M Lumber dressed on one &ide$14 per H Lumber dressed on two sides$16 perir Koujrh lumber.... ....$8 to flOperM We have an extra quality of lumber equal to auy found on Coos Bay, and will guarnmtee to give satisfaction to ail those favoring ue with their ordera l'ostomoe address, Umpqua Ferry IKJj garter mm i Opposite Metropolitan Hotel, Roseburg. . Shaving: and. Hair Cutting in a Workmanlike Marnier. Administrator's A'oticc. SALE OF REAL ESTATE. VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEV THAT IN PUR J.1 suanco of aa order of the County Court of Doug las County, Oregon, entered therein on the second day of April. lSa3, the undersigned, administrator of the estate of Woodion Patterson, deceased, will, on Saturday, the 10th day of June, 1S3, at 1 - o'clock P. M. of said day sell on the premises to the highest bid der for cash, the following described real estate of said deceased, to-wit: The south half of the north half of tbe donation land claim of Abraham Patter son and wife, being: claim No. 49, in towuahip No. 29, south of range & west of the Willamette meridian, situate in Douglas county, Oregon, containing 100.45 acres, excepting therefrom one acre of the north cast corner said land. A fee siiuj le title guaranteed aud possession jfiven after harvest J. A. KUYKENDALL, administrator. Herman & Bull, attys. for estate. April 21, 18d3. ' GOOS BAY STAGE LINE. THROUGH TO Coos Bay in 36 Hours, This line Is now prepared to carry passengers and freight, being supplied with comfortable utagea and and careful drivers. Stasre leaves Koseburg every morning at six o'clock. Office ai HAMILTON'S DR UG STORE. Fare Jo CoosBay$T. SALISBURY, HA1LY &CO.. Propls. Notice for Publication. Laxd Office at Roseecbo, Oregon, ) April 11, 1SS3. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of hia claim, and that said proof will be made before Itcg itter and Iteceirer at Roseburg, Oregon, on Thursday, May 17, 1883, viz; D. B. Dickin son, heir at law of S. D. Dickinson, de C6(i.0e(3, for the south half of. southeast quar ter section 8, township 23, south range 5 west.' He names the following witnesses to prove hia continuous residence upon and cul tivation of said lawl, viz; J. Paul, of Yon calla, Oregon; J. L. Cowan, of Yoncalla, Oregon; O. B. Jefferson, of Yoncalla, Ore gon; F. M. Andrews, of Yoncalla, Oregon. W. F. BENJAMIN, Register. Our Spring and Summer Price-List No. 33, has made its appearance improved ! and enlarged. Uver i'UU pagea. uveri,uiMuius trations. Contains quota tions, descriptions and illustrations of nearly all articles in general use, from Adam and Eve to Sitting Bull and Mrs. Langtry. It costs us 25 cents for every' copy we mail nearly $50,000 per annum. It makes our hair red to think of it. Wo should have the cost of production. The book is full of brains. Send for it, and enclose 25 cents anything or nothing Let us hear from you. Respectfully, s MONTGOMERY WARD & CO, eui ta We Atibu cumo Ub, BUY THE UMPIUA VALLEY BULLS FJLOXJK! FT.OXJH! THE BEST IS THE MARKET! Address A. -W. Stearns, Can yonville, Oregon. CELEBRATED CLEAN SWEEP CIGAR, THE BEST Bl.T O X GATS ROSEBVllG Manufactured expressly i for, and for sale only at A. C MARK'S CIGAR STORE. NOTICE. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN Ll dersigned has been appointed administrator of the estate of C. T. Kullman deceased. All persona havinsr claims against said estate will present the same to me projerly verified, at the office of J. W. Hamilton, in Koseburg. and any persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate will call and Bettl the same. B. BliOCKWAY, admin. J. W. Hamilton attorney. ml7-7 A-.VALUA3LI FAEM FOE S.AXijE C CONSISTING OP 523 ACRES OP land, eituated 11 miles north-east of Roseburg, in Mount Scott Precinct, One hundred acres plow land, the balance good pasture land, well watered and all lender good Jence. Plenty of fir and oak timber for fencing and fuel. Good farm house and barn and other out buildings, and 500 choice fruit trees bearing. Price $0 per acre. Inquire of C H. 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AddreBSMuira & Co., publiehers of Scien tific American. 261 Droadway, New York. - 0s W.ri:. V. 1 mmm sasnmAn, (Successors to Thos. P. 8lftl5akB) DEALERS tN1 HARDWARE, TIN WAKE t STOTfl G ans, Cutlery and Tiraerf Far . ntehing Cood. Tl?3 ST0H51 nOSEOUHGI, ;. ca Having secured tho above busicese, w are prepared to keep up Its former 4 name for work and prices. We have tit best of material vnd always a full of cooda on hand aud it is our aim tofaf nith customers with firatclaS' artioles llv let liva prices. . A full stock of iron ar.d steel for al dealers from abroad will receive prompt attention. 11 S. tfe J. J. SIlElilDA F3ETR0P0L1TAFJ SAL00!f nosEcuno, oitEaosr, McOTJLLOOH & CO, ONLY THE BEST BRA. YD OF- ' WlXfiS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Kept on hand, and customers will fiaitbU a pleasant place of rear rt. Give rue a call one door south of t&A Metropohtaa llotel. - DRY'S BALOOX, Jacksou Street, Kosebar The propretor of tbis well kn wn an4 popular resort would thank his friend fur their libcal patronage In the past aud would ask for a coutiuuance ef he same ia the iuture, Tho publie it Informed that J keep none bat the betl brands of wines, liquors and cigars and that I sell over the bar the csla bratnl Jes3e Moore & Co.' a Kentucky Whiskies A good billiard table will be fonci in the saloon; also the leading papexs of the world. JN OTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEK Ap pointed Iri8ector of Sheep for Douglas county, by thu Hon. County Court of Bald county, aud hav ing filed the neceatary bond, is ' now ready to pert on the duties ap'xirtainlinf to said oftice, w henever calltf Upon. THOMAS SMITH, Sheep Inspector for Douas county, Orgoa Wilbur, Oregon, December 2, 18S2. V.. It THOMPSON, K. H. TUOMl'SON, 11 MOMHYHXM Thompson, Do Hart & Cc . Imponers And dealers la US ran? Cll"TS ZZlT?ZZ3 Coal, Iron, Steel, Ilardwood Lv&aber and wa?on material. 184 First St., and 173 and 175 Fveelfti Portland, Orecon. Carnage Hardware. Jm9 SU3I120XS. In tho Circuit Court of the State of Orejonfof yKa County of Douirlaa. Susan Farroll, plff., ) Suit iu Equity vs. V for Thomas H. Farrcll, def. J Divorce. TO THOMAS H. FARRELL, DEFENDANT: Et the name of the State of Oretron vou ara hrlv required to appear and answer the complaint 24 against you in the above entitled suit and court, en or before the first day of the next regular term of said court, to-wit: The second Monday, the 14th day of May, 1SK3, and if you fail to answer said complains the plaintiff will take judgment against you for waifs of an answer and will apply to the court for ths relief i demanded in said complaint, to-wit: For a decrt dissolving the marriage contract existing betwesa plaintiff and defendant and for a judgment for tk costs and disbursements incurred m said suit. This summons is published by order of Hon. I?. S. Bean, Judge of said court dated February, 19th 1S83. 11 . KM ANN & BALL, Attorneys for plaintiff. XiOUIS I5EX,iriXJS, WATCHMAKER & JEWELEIX Roseburg1, Oregon WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER TN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY A FINE ASSORTMENT OF SPEC TACLES, OF ALL KtNDS. Call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Don't forget the old stand of I.. BEIiPIXO. FInE FEM8 ONE FARM CONTAININQ 431 AND 391-Ofl acres, 18 miles from Roseburg, on tb. Coos Bay stage road, and known as the "Eighteen Mile House.' Has good dwelling, lan?e barn ud outhousee, with orchard and good ga.uen is we I fenceL A good sized creek owj tnrough the praee, neur the hooas and bam. ar lerei b .ance rolling land. Grain, grass and - l .czityof Umber for fuel, fencing and build ng urposos. Is a good tavern stand, ba insj near thi foot of coast range of mountains. TeQ gate and stage station ad joining. Climate healtbjL water pure. Terms, part cash and part en UbenJ time.' ALSO ADJOINING A FARM OP 1C ACRES, with' good dwelling and barn and outbuildings with a bearing orchard. One-half plow land and bal ance timber land, aud all well watered. These farms will be sold either together or seperaUiy, so suit, purchasers. Apply to Hermann ft Ball, Koseburg Orczon. ALSO, 427 ACRES NEAR THE TOWN OP Looking Glass, in Douglas county. 125 acres of plow land of the best quality, balance pasture land with plenty of oak aud fir timber for fuel and 'en" ing. All well watered, with dwelling barn and good orchad. Price 41,000. One thousand down, balaneo on easy terms. A fee simple UUe guaranteed. ff ouire of Hermann t Ball ttetpift - T C"K?fa OtT-S OttkkBHfv.