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r . . .... ? . ' - 1 Vtf. -Mi THE INDEPENDENT. SATURDAY, JULY 23,, 18 S3. LACK EL LODGE A. F. MWILL HOLT regular meetings on Wednesday on or before feeacn lull moon. J. ;. icllertox, W. 11. I. Caeo, Secretary. PHILETAIUA.V LODUE, No. 8, I. O. O. F., meets on Thursday evenimr of each week at 7 o'clock, in their hall at Rosebunr. Members of the ordir in good standing are iffvited to 'attend. By order of the N. (1. . UXION ENCAMPMEXT, No. 9, L O. O. V., meet 'at Od I Fellows' Hill oa th first and third Friday of :everv moiifh. Visiting brethren invited to attend. L. lSKMriLS, C. IV ' A. C. Mares, Scribe. UMPQUA ORANGE, Sc. 23, P. of H., will meet "hereafter oa the first Saturday of each month, at Grange hall, in R.weburjr. All member iu good "standing are cordially invited to attend. J ah. T. Cooper, M. 3. P. Dcncajc, See. . -utrypOlTA CH VPTER. N-ll. F. A M. hold their regular communication every first irst All IK. thil Tiu'mIilv in each mnutn. iz&sM members' in rood standintf will take due and timely notice and govern themselves aeiMjrduujriy. ViHitin' companions are invited to meet with the chapel when convenient. ' ' J. C. FlIlKKTOX, II. P. W. LFMRDLAXDF.lt, Sec'. Dealer in 22Hi It 5PI Offers for sale in lies or Tin; 4000 pounds of Pioneer White Lead; r0 Galons Salem Boiled Unseed Oil; 255) gals. Tur pentine; A complete stock of Faints, Brushes, Tarnishes, and au Color. (H .yon are going to do any painting cali and get prices before purchas ing Elsewhere.) A complete assortment of School Books, School Stationery, Writing Paper, Envelopes, etc., which I will sell very Cheap. Gar den Seeds, Patent Medicines, and everything that is kei In i flrst-elass Drugstore. Or ders by mail and Express promptly, attended to. CAEO BUGS. Take pleasure in announc ing that they have opened the fiaest assortment of Ladies' Trimmed & Un trimmed. Hats ever seen in the State, and will sell them at a great sacrifice. They have also a fiue selection of French, Artificial Flowers and Feat he rs, Which they offer at a sacrifice. Call on them 2nd satisfy yourself, before purchasing else where 1 . - nU7; BAZAAR OF FASHION fplIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURE IS ANNOUNCING TO THE public thai he has recently opened in the building two d-K.r north of the DoUe'lasCooiity liivnU, . a complete and assorted stockof Ladies FANCY DRY GOODS! Consisting In part of the folluir.,': DRES3 CGODS, RIBBONS, LACES, LMBUOIPER . HIES, HOSIERY, GLOVES, UNUKttWEAR, SILKS. ATINS, ETC., ETC. Also a fine stock, of 1 Gent's Furnishing Goods, Of finest styles and quality. Thia is THE pli.ee to get what you want. BAZAAR OF FASHION, w''" Creed floed, ProPv. HATS AND BONNETS TILIMMSD Neatly and Fasliionat?ly AT THE MILLINERY STORE Oa Douglas Street, south of Mrs. Conipton's. N e w G o o d s Constantly receWcd and Pvioes 3Io(ornte! FOE, SALE. I OFFER FOR SALE A FINE LOT OF At raj farm 6 miles from Rosebnrg on th Colo's Valley Road. y2lro3 II. CONN, Sr. NOTICE. THE; UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN Ap pointed Ii.spect-r of Sheep for( Douglas county, 'by the Hon. County Court of said county, and ha'v ' ing filed the, necessary bond, k now ready to perform the duties appertaining to sid office, t henever called upon. THOMAS SMITH, Sheep Inspector for Douglas county, Oregon i . Wilbnr, Oregon, December 2, 1632. Caro Brothers, will sell their entire stock of millinery goods at 50 per ceut, less titan .cost.. Conriace yonrself by callipg, LOCAL ITEMS. Coal tar and pine tar for sale at ITamU -ton' drag store. We notice the lumber ou Mr. Smith's lot near the picture gallery, on Jackson street, for the) erection of a new building. Wednesday morning a two-foot pocket rule was picked up on the hill east of Rose burg. The owner can call and get it. Blow, oh blow, ye Umpqua bfeezes; sin, oh sing, ye Umpqua muses, etc. ; case the Eldorado water is good for. the "bluses." B P. Whitney, the principal butcher and cattle dealer of Com Bay came np this week to dispose of a few fat cattle that he had no use for. A social dance will be given at Marks Hall Thursday evening August 2d. The beft o music will" be furnished by the Roseburg String Band. Barksr CaroN enterprising" clerk ia having the o'd meat shop into a store room, and will soon engage in the green grocery busmea on his own hook. Gen. Francis Darr, of New York, was in town Thursday and left Friday morning, af ter calling upon his oil time Cincinnati friend Judge Mosher. Messrs. Barrows 3z Getchell, with ten ex perienced fishermen from Astoria, passed through Roseburg, on their way to the Co quille river to eperate thej new cannery at that place. - We neglected to state last week that A, F. Shultz had purchased the flouring mill at Canyonville which formerly belonged to S. Marks & Co., and that the reputation of that brand of flour will be fully sustained. The Overland Monthly for August is on ur table. The contents are up to the usiia standard of excellence. Subscription $1.00; single number, 35 cents. Address Samuel Carson, 120 Sutter St., San Francisco. Z. B. Adams, tourist, was in town this week and remained a couple of days. Every body knows Zed, as he has traveled thi State many years. Ho now makes his re ports to J. C Johnson & Co., San Francisco. Friday July 20th, there was born near Cleveland, in this county., to the wife of N. T. Day, a bouncing baby boy. It is need less to say that Nick is the preudest old man to be found anywhere in Southern Oregon . Hardy Stanton is having the postoffice. building refitted with new shelving and the walls and ceiling newly paiuted, and we ex pect a Hue display cf new goods.. You should call and see him, as a new broom sweeps clean The property of IX. H. Luce, on Coos Bay, has keen sold to the Southern Oregon Im provement Company and the deed has been recorded in Coos county. This i another guarantee that the Coos Bay railroad will soon be built, Capt- Thomason, of Elk Creek, was shot on Thursday, at Canj-onville about 10 A. M. by IVbi, Eddiugs. The wounds nro likely to prove fatal. Eddings was brought to Rose burg by Esq. Chaa. Bealman, and will have his examination to-day. The business is increasing here among bus iness were in the matter of developing outly ing sources of wealth. It is the old story that needs to be re-stated quite often. Rose burg must use the means at hand if she wouM retain commercial supremacy without effort the natural advantages of her position will count for naught. F. A. Smith, the well known photograph er of Salem, and a former resident of Rose burg, has established a gallery on Main street, nearly opposite the Plaindcaler office, where he will remain for some timo. Ilia prices are reasonable and all who want first class pictures should embrace the opportu nity. " . tf Mr. John McBride, representing the hardware firm of Huntington, Hopkins & Co. wh was in town this week, presented to Mr. Asher Marks, a Smith & Wesson eelf- cocking pistol, which is as pretty a piece of this kind of hardware as we have seen for many a day It Is too handsome to cany and too valuable to leave at home. Mailed free, by Dks. Starkey & Pales, 1109 Girari street, Philadelphia, their "Treatise on Compound Oxygen, fts Actioi, Nature, and Results. A very remarkable publication." All orders for the Compound Oxygen Honie Treatment directed to H. E. Mathews, 6"0(J Montgomery street, Sau Fran cisco, will be tilled on the same terms as if sent directly to us. The democracy must be looked to for re dress of tho wrongs of land monopoly. What is the use to reiterate the stale platitudes, so frequently heard from republican sources, that America ia an asylum for the oppressed of all nations, when in fact tjje conditvns existing under our present laud monopoly system, come so far from realizing this phi lanthropic dream. In a recent -article the Loudon Economist estimated the cash value of the British mer chant marine at two hundred million pounds sterling, yielding a net annual income of fif teen million pounds. Another very careful statistical publication, Le Coton, of Brussels insists that this estimate is much too low since the United States alone pays $90,000,- 000 a year in freights to English ship-owners- The ladies of Roseburg have at last suc ceeded in capturing enough men to organize a branch of the Y. M. C. A. A meeting was held last Sunday evening at the Presbyterian Church and the following officers elected President, B. A. Cathey; Vice President, Mrs. S. C Flint; Secretary, S. C. Flint Treasurer, Mrs. II. P. ebb.' A meeting will be held at the same place next Sunday evening to perfect the organization. During the last part of last week and the fere part of this week, Senator Dolph Con gressman. George, Governor Moody, and Sur veydr General Tolman, uiale an extended trip through Jackson county. The Oregon: an states that it was "partly for pleasure and partly upon business of a private nature, Congressman George reports that the wheat s nearly all harvested, and the genera! av erage of the yield of wheat was eighteen bushels to the acre a qttintity satisfactory to the Jackson county farmers. The quality is equally good. Fruits prove to have been considerably injured by the frost, but are in much Letter condition and greater quantity than ia the vicinity of Portland.7 Why does he not report upon the wool crop, as his visit has no connection with the ra l'oad and politics? Henry Bowen has reopened the .bla cksraith shop at the old stand en Jackosn street and is prepared to do all kinds ef work promptly and well. In last weeks issue an injustice was done, nadvertently, to Mr. Sanctuary in insinuat ing that upon his return ho would be likely to exaggerate in regard to the number of fish caught by the excursion party of which he was a member. That gentleman informs us that a strict tally was kept of every fish caught and that the exact number was 1921 or 2119 we have forgotten which, and the Messrs. Sheridan, Tolles, Johnny Chase and the rest of the party endorse the statement as; being correct. - Sane -will please accept our apology. Best quality of note paper ten cents per quire and envelopes five cents per bunch of 25, at Hamilton's. On Monday evening as David Clements, who works at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, was bringing around the hack and team to go to the train the colta took friaht and mada a ively run down Main street, past the old stage barn, j and turned round through the al!ey toward Jackson street. When making the turn the nigh hind wheel Btruck against a heavy piece of timber with such force that it broke the doubletree and one of the single trees, and overturned the hack bteaHxtg it very badly. The team at this point got loose and made a lively run up Jackson street and were stopped in the vicinity of Thorn ton's livery stable. Mr. Clemants, who np to this time had escaped with slight injury, ollowed the team and took the lines and at tempted to drive the colts back to their stable when they again started to run and drew him down upon the gravel and again got away. Dave in the meantime received some painful bruises and is now carrying a cane on account of a sprained foot. His in juries are not serious and it is to be hoped he will be well in a few days. . An -"Amcsisg Incident. Last week ust after our paper had been circulated in the city our attention was called to a leading republican with a crowd around him in front of one of the saloons, talking-very loud and jesticu- ating vehemently. In passing that way we stopped to see the cause of his excitement, when he turned upon us wit h the rem ark, "democratic lies. " Not knowing the purport of his re marks, we asked tor further informa tion. Ho referred us to our article en titled "Tariff and Wool," in which wo referred to the base manner in which M. C. George had went back upon the romis h niade during the recent can vass, to maintain a tariff on wool that would keep out of competition the cheap wools of Australia and South America. We assured him that we had heard Mr. George make the promi.se in the speech he delivered in the couri louse at this place during his canvass. He replied, "yel, but dot vas the fh"st time he run'd; he vas not here at all the last time, he vas in Vashingten in Con&ress " Seeing the errrr into which his enthusiasm for the great blunder lad led him, wa remarked,, you will idmit he made the promise and then went back on it. He replied: "Veil yes, but den he vas elected two years after on an nudder 'platform and that makes a difference." We passed onfeel ing completely vanquished. Fatal Accident. On Saturday last about 3 o'clock in the afternoon, George ilritton Bellows, eldest son f A. J. and Almina Bellows, while out hunting with a double-barreled shot gun, in company witn ins younger brother, a short distance f ram their residence, on the west bank of the South Umpqua river opposite the City of Roseburg, accidentally discharged both ban-els cf his gun, the contents striking him in the side of the face and head, killing him instantly. I The deceased was in the. 14th year of hia age and a bright intelligent boy, Who had given promise of becoming a good and useful man, but his young life was by this 'gad acciirU taken away, and while his mortal re. mains are laid to rest in "the alkmt grave hi3 spirit has winged its way to a brighter world. The funeral services were held iu the Presbyterian . church on Sunday by Rev. Smick. The re mains were followed from thence to the Odd Fellows Cemetery by a large con course of friends and there laid to rest until the last great day. The sorely afflicted family ; havo the sympathy of the entire community. Y.I.O.A. There are many various reasons why the present effort to organize a branch of the Young Mens CiiBsxian Association should succeed. j First, because of the advantages which ac crue to young men from associating together. I hero is wisuoni in a multitude of counsel, doubly so when we remember that Jesua is our great counselor. In the second place there has been a great breaking down of the "middle wall of parti tion between the Orthodox Evangelical Christian Churches thronghoufc the world during the last few years and all are losing sight of everything which can in the remotest degree hinder tne coming oi our jxtra uesus Christ into the hearts of the people. Thirdly, the Gospel must needs receive that united action and unity of effort found m the sum. of aggregate christian work, where all branches ef the true vine are graft ed in Christ or Savior. This last is the moie necessary because of the opposition which Satan and hia host ar ray against na. But the strongest argument winch can be adduced in affirmation of this proposition to organize a M. C. A. iu Eoseburg is, that nowhere else in church work do we find that oneness in Jesus Christ's children so essential to the building up and spread of .Redeemers Kingdom among men. ..'..' 'I .'-'- . God grant that we may act wisely and plant a seed here which will grow into a mighty social and religious tree, . sheltering beneath its relreshing shide, every weary, sin-eick soul in Douglas Countv. W. C T. U; Staga Bobber Oaptured On last Tuesday night as the South bound stage was approaching the summit of Grave Creek hill, about one mile south of Henry Smith's, in Josephine county, it was stopped by an armed man who was masked. He re lieved the driver of the express box and mail sacks and the passengers of their valuables. The express box contained eighteen hundred and ten dollars, which belonged to the R. R Co., and was going south to Mr. 'Hulbert to pay off his surveying party, Tho amount of treasure taken from the mail and passengers we are unable to learnt .Wednesday creaiag Mr- Fuller, the express agent, and Mr. F. P. Hegan went out on the south bound train to investigate the robbery. They arrived at Glendale late at night and commenced their investigations. Mr. Hogan soon learned that a man by the name of Todd who was suspected of the robbery, had bought a horse from Mr. Anderson who lives this side of Glendale and was traveling north on the line of the railroad. Mr. Hogan took the train and came back as far as Lewis ville. After traveling around in the dark he feund tho track and followed him to Watson Mynatts, some three miles south of Riddle's, where he arrived about five o'clock in the morning. Learning that his manjwas in bed ho waited until he got np and wiut to wash. When the man placed his hands in tho basin he drew his revolver and Ordered him to throw up his hands; having l4yed his weapons aside the robber had no chofce, but obeyed. ; Mr. Hogan then made him act, down while young Mr. Mynatt tied him. He fouud on his person the 1810, less 40, which had been paid : for the horse. He then brought the prisoner to Riddle Mid from there on the freight train to Roseburg, arriving hero about 3 o'clock in the afternoon, where he was locked up in jail. He is a strong, sinewy built man, lew of flesh, about six feet in height, weight about 175 pounds, dark red hair with red sandy whiskers and moustache, with large whiteish blue eyes. There was nothing found with him to indicate that he had got any valuables from the mail or pass engers. The reward for this capture will amount to over cno thousand dollars, which is a pretty good days work for Mr. Hegan. Mr. Hogan took his prisoner to rortland this morning to turn him over to the United States authorities TEOM OAKLAND. Oakland, July 23, 1S83.' S. T. Hendricks, of Civil Bend, is here looking at the country. John Beekley, the wide awake livery man, seems to be doing !a lively busi ness. : ; ' Hon. Jas. H. Mahoney is again on his tapis, and just at pleasant as he usad to be. ;y Grandpa Reed is quite ill but im proving under the treatment of Doctor Shambrook. . W. K. Hanna has been av-ay several days to the seaside in search of health and pleasure. Hon. Jas. Chenoweth is ever busy as a bee, and never fails to make a trade when the other party means business. Hon. J. C. Hutchinson speaks of erecting a handsome residence, upon his town lots near the residence ot A. 0. Young. Johnnie Howard speaks of starting east in a few weeks to visit tho parental roof. He has many friends who will miss him. Geo. B&vr, a young man of many warm friends, has one of the finest har ness shops in the Umpqua country. May success p.ver perch upon your-banner my good friend. Hon. B. Hermann was over on Mon day ;'" looking out for legal business. Linger is an old resident of this plac , and his many patrons and friends are ever glad to take him by the hand. Prof. Geo. T. Russell is quite busy preparing his school grounds for the fall term of school, which promises to le organ largely attended. The hew placed in the school room adds to his already attractive chapel. greatly Richard Smith, the pomilar mer chant on the corner of Locust sheet has been very sick, but is rapilly re. covering,-under the skill cf Dr. Shuta. brok. I he Doctor ha3 been very sue. csssful ever since locating in this place. Uncle Harry Pinkston; one of the old and favorite pioneers of this pountv, 13 visiting relatives and friends J at tins place. He looks as though the effacing fingers f time were touching him light ly. ; We would welcome him back as a citizen of Douglas. Rev. Mr: Richardson, of Eugene lust Sun- City, occupied the pulpit hero day evening. He is one of tlie most forcible speakers to whom we have listened for manv months. H has an influence for good wherever he goes, and will be instrumental in having a commodious church house erected at this place. Nothing add3 mdre to a community than good churches and good schools. Oakland has a splendid school and now let Jier shake off "their lethargic slumbers and erect handsome buildings for their members. FEOH BIDDLE. ElDDLE, July 24, 1883, Ed. IkdepeKdext:- Thinking a few items from this place would be 6f inter- est to your many readers, I seiid you a tew : " Uncle Billy Riddle is declining fast.. William Sanderson has charge of the Eiddle Hotel. f - : ' We hear rumors of a wedding soon' George goes up thecreek very 'often. Jj. B. Riddle has left this burg for the Siskiyou tunnel where he will feed the famishing. Miss Alice Quinn returned home from Pomeroy, W. T., where Ishe has been visiting a sister, Mrs. Hotchkisa i3 cloinc out-her millinery store , with the intention of locating in your city. - . r j Mrs. Woodford, of Lealand, is at present in the neighborhood j visiting relatives and friends, which she has a host of. Farmers are nearly done cuttin; gram, and will commence threshinc: next week. Wheat will be sllevt: ne- tmra oats ancLbanef an average. RiDSLElTE, .: -A Short Stay at the R. & Prom. On Tuesday, July 17th, the pay wagons proceeded from the town of Julia, funnel No. 8 is the first place where the II. R. hands thronged around the coin box for their wages. . Win. Mangan, one of the most effic ient of tunnel men, has full control of the work on this tunnel. He thinks the work will be completed sometime in August next At the south end cf th;s tunnel is located a large camp, Here the headquarters of general time keeper, E. C, Kane, is located. Mr. K. has held many responsible positions tor tne Company, and has filled them well. His present position is one of great importance to the R. 11. Co., and he is fully competent in every particu lar for the arduous duties now tics vol v ing upon him. His corps of sub-time keepers is well selected and every part of the work is fully reported on the pay-roll by them. Tunnel 2s o. 9 is now ready for the track and the greater poi'tion of the grade is finished between the two tun nels. South of this tunnel are several camps, but the largest is camp 9. Here you find one dozen saloons and several stores. Baker Bros., of Oakland, hare a nice stock of goods here and are doing a thriving business. Hon. G. W. Rid dle is also doing well in the merchant dise business. Messrs. Cox and Yo- cum have the boss saloon and keep ev erything for quenching thirst. At Julia, Glendale, or Moy.tgomery ville, or whatever you may call it, sev eral familiar faces are to be seen. Oar genial friend, Horace Hanna, the effic ient book-keeper of Abraham, Wheeler fe Co., 19 the same pleasant gentleman we use to know at Oakland, and Yvm. Anderson, the invincible 'stalwart, keeps a very cosy eating house. W.m. evi dently understands more about keeping a bearding house than running the tv Dublican machine. You are plasunt Wm., notwithstanding your stalwart- ism. traveller. MYETLU CfiEEi. Everything in f ull iilast harvesting. Johnnie Nichols thinks he has struck it up the creek; 5t is not gold this time. II. Dyer has returned from the R. U. front, well satisfied to niake his head quarteis at Myrtle Creek. . Miss Ellen, daughter of F. M. Gab bevt is lying dangerously ill. Hsr many frieucls long for her recovery. W. K. Kernan, th obliging sewing machine agent, jmssed through cur tewn last Saturday. He is ever tho same old boy. Dr. K. H. Gabbert, the ever pleasant and popular druggist, has everything in the stationery line and a f uil supply of fancy articles. Miss Katie Buick, the attentive and accomplished telegraph operatress at the dt-pot, is anticipating attending tiio State University for two er three a i i years, a good uiea. Win. Ledgerwood says there is noth ing like a home with a wife and two boys. He has' the - fiuest g'arden'iu Myrtle precinct and will be able to supply the home market with Irish spuds. I is pleasant to see the two septua genarians, Uncle Wm. Hutsonand Dr. E. G. Browning, talking in pleasant conversation. The Dr. is herelyij pro fessional business. He is one L the most practical physicians in Southern Oregon. May he and Undo Billy live to bo centenarians with uo less viger than now. 0 , TORPID BOfuLS, ' DISOHDSKED LIVER, and fALAHSA. ' From these sources wise thrce-iourths of . be uiseasea of tho human raeo. These tymptinslndtcatotheirexistence : X-i3 c Appetttt Kowels costive Slclz lix echo, ITnlliiess after catlap, ovevsloa to exertion cf toody cr snindj Evnctotlcn of foody Irritability of teuapcr, iow spirits, A feeling of having, neglected eoane duty, Sizziu8S,FiutteviisR t tbo Heart. Dots) before the eyes, lilglily col ored tUrine, COKS'fflPATlOA', and de mand the uso of a remedy that actadirectiV on tho Liver. AsaLivermoaicmoTBTX'S VXLil& have no equal. Their action on tao Kidneys and Skinis also prompt ; removing nil impurities through these Ihroo "acav cnisr cf tho Bytm,' producing appe tite, sound di!jc3tion, regureto, o olear skiAandavigorousbody. TCST'S PILLS cause no nausea cr griping tot tntsrfera withtlaily workandaroapcrfecu (joli3vTyhTe,a.'5e. OiUo?.44 MurraySt.,N.Y. TiTTlllll i d tS Q Esa Crir ITira .n VflUSKEZi OhauSQd in etantly to a Ct,osst EuicK by a eing.e ap plication cf thia Dte. . Sokl by pruglsts, or sent fcy crprcsa oa receipt of g I . Ofiicct44 Murray Street, KW oTlr. TBTT3 KlASUill CFUSEFaiBECElPTS FEES MfiTBGPOUTAN WM, Tlaas Popular JEffowsc Situated n the center of the business portion of Roseburg, having recently changed nanus, has Deen COMPLETELY RENOVATED, And crenared for the reception of euest?. The dining room will be supplied with the best the : MARKET -AJTITOIWDS With good attendance. 'As Mrs. Zigler has charge of the kitchen tha eookinsr -ill be unexceptionable. Rates reasonable, i r coach to and from the railroad. LOU. ZIOLEK. FOSSAE der a good state of cultivation.' I will bUo sell Six Head of Horses; Three voiinrr. the others srood work horses. Also, ..... 40 Ileatl of IIoTS, which I will sell. n!2-4t JOHN BRUCKNER At Hamilton's drug store, quicksilver Sulphur, lime and a cheap giadeci coal oil ex doctoring sheep. 1 u n fefea iiza Vbd? IWIUL SELL MY FARM, CONSISTIKO OF 480 acres, sitnato on the Umpqua ri.er, two mhes we.it of lioKubur. The nlace it well watered and un DRY'S SALOON", Jackson Street, ' Kosetmrg- The propretor of t his well kn iwn and popular resort wonld thank his friend ror tneiriioe'al patronaere in tne past ana would ask for a continuance of he same in tbe future. The public is informed that I keep none bat the best brands of wines, liquors and cigars and thafe I sell over the bar the cele braird Jtsse Moore & Co.'s Kentucky Whiskies A good billiard table will be found In the saloon; also the leading paoers of the world. Notice of Administration. In the County Court of tbe State of Oregon for t!-c County of Douglas. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN 1.1 dersigued has been duly appointed bv the Coun ty Court of Douglas county . Oregon, and ha3 quali fietl as administrator de bonisnoit of th estate of S.xrah Levins dee., late of said county and State. Now, there fore, all persons sUll having elnims aikinst said es tate are hereby required to jiresent the same to the undersigned; duly verified, at his residence at Elk -ton, Oregon, or Hermann & Ball, his attorneve, at Roseburg, Oregon, and all persons owinsr said estate are required to make immediate pa vnient. -THOMAS F. LEVENS, Administrator de bonis uon. IIersiass & Ball, Atty'a. Kosebui'if, Or., June 5, 18S3. ': Xotice of Final Settlement. In the matter of the estate of Theophilua Daan de- ceased. TN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF X Oregon for the County of Douglas. Noti-a rs hertby inven that the undersitrned administrator of the estate of Theophilus Dagan deceased, has filed iu tne above entitled court bus final aecunt or the ad ministration of said eeta'.e. That feaid court, by ait order duly made and entered therg'.n on June 6th, 1383, Mmt'iJayr-' lij-' ir 11 , rr'ntnnlr. A. M. of said day, at the Court "rooiu of said Cjtirt, a time and pla4 ' f..r bearinir ob jections, if any there te, to scia final acount and the fecttlemeLt of said estat-.v This noticf! ia published by order of Hon. J. 8. Fitahu;, County Judt.- - ; ' --t- c. iiAt'KV, AmiuusUator. Dated at Riwebuxr, Oregon, June 0, 1858. Adiuiaistrators Notice of i'iiial Settlement. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.THAT THE UXDER L s:neJ has filed his Bind ac'eount in the County Court of Douglas county, State of Oregon, as admin i trator of the etate of C. F. Kullman, deceased, and , the judge of said County Court by an order duly made and entered, haa appointed and fixed JUonuay September 3d, 18s:i, for the hearing: of objections, if any there be, to said final account, and the t-eitleiuent of said estate. By order of - " IS. FITZUUGH, County Judge. B. Bkockway, Administrator. Attest: G. W. KniBiLJi, Co. Clerk. Roseburg, Or., July 3d, 1883. . jy21w4 Notice of Stockholders' Meeting! OFFICE OF' THE ) Oregon Southern Rah.waY akd Trasp's Co. Roseburg-, Oga,, July 3, 188;?. ) To the stockholder of the Oregon Southern Railway and Transportation Company: VfOU ARE HEREUY NOTIFIED TO ATTEND J. a stockholder's meeting1 to be held at the office of the company in the city of Koselmnj , State of Ore ffon, On tha 4th Day of Augaat 1883, at 7 o'clock y. M, fir the purpose oi consummating contractu for the sale of, or for the purchase of prop erty for said company, and for the transaction of fcueh other business as mav come before the metting:. WH.LIAM I. FRIEDLANDER, nl4-4t Sec'v O. S. R. and T. Co. JONES' mNEEAL WATER! Testimonials From Prominent Citizens of Koselmrg! For the benefit of thosa suffering with catarrh I will state that I have been aiHicted with that disease for the last three years and after using various remedies without any benelit, was finally induced to try tho Eldorado Mineral Water, from tho spring of Geo. W. Jones, which I will s.ate has effected a cure, and I have no hesita-? tion in recommending it to those suf fering, withadiko complaint. t J. S. FlfZIIUGH, County Judge of Douglas county. April 13, ic-S3. G. W. Joxes. Sin: During" last Summer I was suffering with consti patel bQweIs" and. genera! ill health, r 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 Bowes, City Marshal of Roseburg. April 13, 1883. George W. Jones. Sir: Having used the Eldorado -Mineral Water for some time, far dyspepsia and catarrh, I feel safe in recomif. ending it to the public as a sure and reliable remedy in those afflictions. - - ' - W. S. Humphry, City Recorder. Roseburg, April 16, 1883. This is to certify that during last all I was suffering seriously with con gestive chills nnd fever, and was in- lueed to try the Jones Mineral Water and am happy to state that one bottle cured me entirely and I have enjoyed good health ever since. W. G. Cleveland. Roseburg, May 5, 1883. The Eldorado Mineral Water can be purchased at any time at the Drug Store cf Dr. S. Hamilton, Roseburg, at 50 cents per quart. Testimoxals. G. W. Jones, dear Bir; Having been troubled with dyspepsia for many years I was advised by W. F. John son to use yaur mineral water. I did so atid uo unhesitatingly eay it did me more good than anything I had ever used. It had an immediate effect. Yours, - . .-.'-"' JOHN 1I0WAHD. Roseburg, April 1, 1SS3. This ia to certify that I have used suc ¬ cessfully the Umpqua mineral water for six months, for nervous dyspepsia and debility of the whole system and I have found great relief and I might say am entirely cured. I have no hesitancy in believing thia min eral water to be of great curative value. Respectfully; W. F. JOHNSON. Roseburg, April 2, 1883. ELDORADO SPRINGS. To all'persona suffering with any nasal ca tarrh affection of the throat or stomach, I will state that last Fall that myself and mem hers of my family : were , suffering with ca. tarrh in the head . and myself with an affec tion of the stomach. That I purchased galon of the mineral water taken from the spring on the South Umpqua, 3 miles wes of Eoseburg, of G. M. Jones, Dr. Hamilton agent, and can testify that both myself and family have received great benefits from its use. My son Andrew Willis was suffering very much from nasal catarrh and by the use of this water has entirely recovered and is now welL 1 can unhesitatingly recom mend it as the best medicine I have Used in my family for any of tho above named com plaints. 3&ev. W. A. Wltlis. GOOS BAUTIGE LIE. THROUGH TO - Coos Bay in 24 Hours, This line I jow prepared to carry passengers ani freight. bdiig eu)plied with comfortable stages an4 and car.u'ul drivers. Staa-e leaves lioseburjj everj morning at six o'clock. Oilice fci ; HAMILTON'S DRUG STORE. Fare to oos Day $7. -SALISBURY, HAILY ICO., Prop!. . VTATCiniAKER & JEWELER Rosefcurgy Oregon. WHOLESALE AND . RETAIL DEALEU TN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY A FINE ASSORTMENT OF SPEC TACLES, OF ALL KINDS. Call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Don't forget the old stand of NOTICE. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for tha County of Douglas. In the matter of the estate ot John 'Rourk deceased: , ' . . JUOLL WHO! IT "MAT CONCERN K .U.:a b X hereby Bvefi ttSt tJasCfCT flgrffei EiS lBWp r'inieu by tne t!ounty uiuux ot uoutrias count v. the administrator of the estate of John O'llourk deceased. All porsoiin knowing tbeinelres indebted to said es tate will please setUe tho same with me at my office in the Drain hotel at Drains, in said Douylas county. And any pers(H!S having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present tbe same to me at said place, proierly verified, withiu six months from the Jte hereof, June 5, lsS3. 8. BEOICLIIY, Administrator. J. W. Hamilton, attorney. ' Jfotice to Creditors. In the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Douglas. In the matter of the estate of James I. Sutherl'n, deceased. ' : TIO THE CREDITORS AND ALL PERSON'S IX terested in the estate of Jan;es I'. iSuthsrlin, de ceased. You ars hertby notified that the under signed, Eliza Jane Srtherlin, was, by order of the County Court of Douglas oounty, Oregon, made and entered in said ourton thoKth day of June, 1!83, aj pointed adminibtratrix of the estate of said deceased, and letters of adinitiistration thereupon duly issued to her. AH persons having claims against said es tate are iiereby required to present them, duly veri fied, to the undersigned administratrix, at her place . residence in Oakland Douglas county, Oregon, or at the office of Hermann & lia.ll, in Rose. burg, within six months from this date. And all ier sons indebted to the estate of said deceased are re quired to make uuinedinte pavuient. EUZA J ANE SUTHERI.I.N, AdmiuisU'atrix. Jtoseburg, June 10, 1833. Sherman, day & Go i - Pacific Coast Agents for tlio Celebrated VT-'V"5VtT STSHLiNG ORCrAlTS The above cut represents style BO, which w will fellforgaOO. $23caeh,$10permonth trith interest upon deferred payments, one per cent per month. Good stool and book included. Address SUER3IAN, CI.AT ti CO. .. Cor, Kearny and Sntter Sts., San FrancUee, CaL - - Sherman, Clay & Co. Asents for ilio Celebrated DPRIffHT, SQUABE 1 GBAHD Acknowleasedby all Musical Atitnormee 10 om the BEST PIANO now ntannCftctnredj prices as low and terra as easy as conslstea cc 1th thorough 'workmanship. Address - , SHERMAN, CLAY Si CO. Cor. Kearny and Sutter StS. . gan Franclscts Cl IcTUfflMYlORGAiraS V Lb.-- The only Instrnments thst children can piaj &s well as grown persons. Only five minutes time required to learn how to manage them. Any tmuor tunes can m piayeu. Banlment for the voice in tinging. " They are Sold so low that any family can easUy procure iuuslc. Send for catalogue and price list. AU dress SHEU3IAIV, VUA. ot vw. - V ole Agenta for the Pacific Coast. l'Cor, Kearny and Batter St.0 L V.-u'HJ JTACcLjco, Cal. , .iZssi t. .... TTii. wrlees and terrna, addreB-- , SHEnMAW.CtAT&CO. toeral Agent for Pacific Coasu . Cor. Kearny and sntter if. j gaxi iPranclsco. CaU D. PSENTZCS & CO., Portland, Oregon. CftDoral Ajente for tlw North Tacific Coast. :1 " ' jr ts j - e s- I v : - j r I s if one. Having one no lamuy tuuiu j , without. Price of different styles SS, $10. r , o .A 1 A inclndinff twentT-ftve feet Of . r I .WW-' A.