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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1895)
ISSOID ETXET V0ND1T ASD TUCESDiT BT
THE PLAINDEALER PUBLISHING COMPANY
W. F. BEX JAM IX,
C. Y. BEXJAillX,
Ono Year payable in advance
The dogmatist gouerally nppoiils
to undent authority for tho correct
ness of his opinions, forgetthifr,
Kdltor seomincly. that old conditions often
M,uiaEcr'chaiij;o or that now onosr ariso. Tho
Plain-dealer chooses to advocate
such measures as fnct and now cou-
00 ditions present, and to give masons
5 I Assertion thut sncii and such will
follow celt. tin conditions or certain
leiliitieD, "ot sufliciont to ostub-
The Governor's Veto.
Govcrngr l)rd tins Med hit voto of
lumsc 1111 No. 3S0, which was intended
to legalise tho action of Governor Poti
noyer in remitting the lino and costs of
V. Ii. Arlington, dehnltintf treasurer ol
Doughto county. Th veto is in tlio fol
lowing hinKoago :
t'lio fort 8 contidned in the record
lohtlivo to hons bill No. SSO, coavincu
mo ttwt wich a bill ooglit to tw vetoed,
localise as 11 law it would work injustice
to tlio taxpayers of Douglas count v. llc-
shliv tho hill i of doubtful constitutional'
protMtetv which mil to tho ditllcdiy of
MONDAY, M.VRC1I 11, 1S93.
.mi mw h; u theory or au assumud reuniting I allying it to become a law."
Ono hundred employes of tho pnh- consequence, uiibupiiorted by . t .v.- ( ?
1 1 ItTtl
lie printing offico havo been dis- souamo Wuy ami wunroiore. mu
missed, owinc to ndjoornment of con- wa want in tbu ifocuMion of thin
roS8 1 money question is an argument tup-J
1 ... 1 .i p.. ..
pone! oy reason, easou uirau inuis.
Comptroller Eckels has issued a
Tho Plaindealeu in iu favor of
call for tho rendition of national biinetiilism s-o proportioned with ro
hanl-s nr th Hr.cn nf business Tues- Sartl ,0 Rohl aml sllv,r as to nr" a
cold and biker
1 1 1..-
The emDeror of China has restored tKiu'u 1 J,ut-
That is to say.
dollar- bind! lie
Li Hung Chang to power and author- legislation cannot enoci sncu
iredhimtotmiiwith Jopau for tho condition by Hat act. The value of
restoration of peace.
uo couuaenro 01 11:0 unsiness worm
I 4i. ;i.,.i...i.:i;p,. f .i,M,r
TKn Jrfnrc F tliA Amprif.m iuic,iuuuHuu .... Ui iu , . w.
11 11 ,r Trt , i .:!:.,
Sngar Eefinory have declared a regu- -
., , busineas men, end hence onlv about
on the common stock. . . . .,, -
a certain amount win 00 risen;
chiefly, only that amount needed for
subsidy purposes will circulate, as
the following facts show. The sec
retary of tho treasury a au induce
ment to the people to purchase
coined silver for circalation, oilers to
pay express charges upon it, while
rhat is sent back tho sondor has
to pay upon. Bat. with all thuso
inducements, the ueoplo will not nee
it to the extent of the amount now
coined, notwithstanding, too, that it
is a legal tender for all dues and
rTnhlQ lvtl. Y.nl.lir nml nrivfitt. arrm.t
populists in and out of the populist wtiere oJi,orw;30 stipniated Uv con
party are opposed to it. senator . .
The steraotypad charge of detuone-
It is asserted that Sibley's lack of I nod q b; uninforaied
u" I :i i i. . l. . ii r . :i
imu iuu mukb in iuu urn' aiver uichi
Says the republican elephant to
tho democratic tiger: '"If yon will
eat the congressman I will stamp the
stuffing out of the legislator." Call.
Shrine cures so general in Europe
daring the dark ages havo been
transplanted on American soil. A
shrine cure has been established at
Auriesville, X. Y.
Senator ilcBride favors .an inter
national monetary- conference. The
McBnde is all right on finance.
CLASSlFtUD i- ADVGRTISEAtENTS.
fVMr Uaa r Ira 1rr tkit WW Si etnU ter
mo!.- ok MkUtiemtt U i tent jtf matt. So
adrTfbai:xt tatrJor fat. tht ti etU.
Nutlcv to TrusjiiKorH.
Notice i berebv given that ll ieisoti9
bunting Ujmn, renioviiiR wtvj-1 1 nun, or
otherwise treeixtiviac upon tlio "Uiwliey
eUte," wilt ha jiniaiuted.
K-jseimrji, Agtf. 8, Itw.
D. S. K IIcick, Acvnt
NuttCM ir tierebv iivn that tl neisbno
rainOvitm wood or cutting wont Irotn my
htwl will troseMtid. My land is the
S. Ji- V of the S W. H of sretion IU,
towiwhij) 2 sonUi. ranm 6 wet, in
lotUliD county, Omton.
trntiT tte hemt jo can aUtrtiw iz talc yr
rat, hoHt, h int. turn, mr anftbttofl the ysu mat
faJk lo UqMW t aiatoH (' It ctutl ptr ioM.
For Sale. Jood ok oo.i Kt $2 ir
iK-r. p;ojitiy ilcliverca; leva orders :u
J. K. uarker um. 4.-U.-K i.arkk:
what S saiJe
G. W. KRUSE
.jofi Jaclcson Ht
Ono iloor mulli I'.O.
f'hulrc Teas, Collect,
Tobaccos unit CIpars.
Ami every tlitciR clu til
HighcM .UarKct l'ald for Country Produce.
Gtvo Iilm a i'iiII and be cmivluiul.
B. F. NSCHOLS,
AND ANIMAL CASTIIATOIt.
KlX)rliH. - OKKGON.
The Old Reliable
UI51toii!simerT St., extomllmj from I'lnv
to llosli St, Pan Frinct.co. Cal.
l)uslnes-.iiterot tlio city, couveulent
! hR ImiiI:. litKUntucv Co. ollircs mid
idarcx ol mueiui'iit. (kmtnittlng UX)
J. a. YOUNG, Iroj.
Tkiixs: Il.iO. K.xi anil JiM im.t Ony. Kreo
eoeli jo mil (rum the hotel.
Special Atleulioii :ivon Hpaylnr
ami otlicr tiurcT.
Will liu In noseburir March 1S!iO: In Oakluml
March i)tli, nil. I In Drain. Murt'li 27th.
jy-CatlIo Spaye l fur Fl per hundred.
Itl3 cold on a r-:"w r.o hr ell drutr-
riats. It euros lrc ' (n' C jaratnptJoa
and is tho boat Cotfcr- izux Ctoud Cuto.
For s.de ly M. F. Hupp. Drupgiet.
For a Few Days.
THE DAVIS AMBLER MERRILL
con P AMY
For'i?!. A eood !nnie oi !U) acre?
lS mltes frwn railro'J ; 40 cre- cleared ;
good ter. tmnll orrhArii ni hexnttK,
lileoty of small fruit ; fair Oregon hou
awl harri ; 4 horsee. 3 conn ant plenty of
farm raarhtccy "in the fann. For
prii M a;n! terais enquire i S B. Hen
j ticks at the Review otSre or of the
ronntr trveor at the t-onrt tiouse.
brains is compensated for by
. j 1 a .1 i 1 f.- 1
sauu"auraut rr'. Uho clamor for free unliraite.1 silver
the silver party is looking lo him as
their leader in the campaign of 1S9C
The wav the women turned out to
vote at the school meeting last Mon
day gives the lie to tho oft repeated
declarations of the anti-female suff
ragists that women do not desire
There are in round numberj 90.
000 people on the Hawaiian Islands,
nearlr 5000 of whom are whites. Of
coinage, notwithstanding the treas
ury vanlts at Washington contains
tons of it, which the people will not
use, except a proportionate amount.
All the silver now in the treasury
represented by silver certificates is
doing service because the people pre
fer certificates to silver. Tho balance
of the silver lies dead. A few millions
for snbsidary purposes are m circula
tion, and when tho people demand
For wle or tmtle, a paod ttueeprinit
hut:. Wiil trade for grain or rog.
&tiirt C'U.s. Vaxxilx.
Good dry oak: wood' for sal' at 2 per
tier, delivered every Saturday. l.eve
order al Mr. Boyd grocery store.
For Sale Old peper?,
at 9 cettts per hundred.
at this office.
Wanted, a reliable man or lady; (or
steed potation. Adaress .v, care iMHy
Tritmne. Wilbur, Doug! Coonty , Or.
To the iasiirinfc Poc.
Havlns rp presents ;be Horse losnr
ac Conapenr for over two ycai and
not having n riUi n a jiylicy fa them for
over ono vear, for the reeaoo thr.t I was
agent for 10otbreomrarie, all bf which
I consitlcn-.! letter, an.l not want in? the
aocv, I was ld to be relieved of the
space in my office which its sopUi- oc
cupied. A woold-be eenUemau lio
MAWUPAOTUEERS OP, AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OP
FIR AND CEDAR LUMBER.
The Roseburg Lauadry,
202 3Intn Street, opp. Hotel van 2ui:tcn.
f I RST-CL PfSS AH. O WORK O CfAllANTl-I'I).
Ai Kcusonnblc iM'lcctt,
FISHER & BRYAN, Proprietors.
Boyu Suits -...$1 50
Men's Suits -.. 7 50
Men's Wet Wdither Shoes, 2 00
' ' Men's Underwear 75
4 Latest Style Hats 2 00
, " 'Koss of the Road Overalls-Best 50
Tlackintoshcs at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Ladie's Dress Goods Reduced 25 per cent.
These goods have all been received
within the last month, and are the
latest styles and not shelfworn.
Don't delay this golden opportun
ity, and call on
The Boss Store. . '
ALL COMPETITORS !
We are always in tho Lead, and mean to
The Golden Harvest ia upon nt, and fann
ers are smiling becanse Woodward
loois to their interest.
DRIXK THE CELEBRATED
Days of 49 Whisky.
ALEXANDER & 5TR0AG
0-6 and 323 JackEon St. Det. Oak and Washington.
r II f n T I rr r Largest and Best Assortment CTer
VVvL.L. ivlJrV. brousht to Southern Oregon, and
These are all Leather and Warrantfid.
At Bednccd Prices.
Consult your parse and be snre and see
V oodwanl before baying.
W. G. WOODWARD
For Sale at all Eirst-Class Bars.
I foes bv the name of Low lHjr. Cnr'.r. bv
mora of it in their business tho coined j protniio (he company icrp t!n ut ;
KilrarUrov Tnr fbm SadiI Mr ai'ty will permit him to fulfill. i;;c-!
the remainder 15,000 are Chinese, ,ircitt tnnn ; ,Mun.. ded in jettinK the appointment.
12.000 Japanese, 31,000 Kanatas, and Cf lsle 1000. Q Sroenback, or beaL j l reprWDt now 10 Fir? Ir, CW j
-.uu if mKUKr, ,wv auio., note and he will send yon tlOOO sit-1 paniea. seven of hieh haves letter h-j
6,000 half-castes. J f , ... nrx. aancial staodioK than the Home, iepre-
r ) eK f akl Ker I nw lartlf) f TaT!
I (lvne ran intfttrtrj Lle rTAt -lr(i:,ntf tf
The Inmp sum of ?125,000 claimed NEWS ITEMS. Un Taanrance conpasj rtbat' has to
by the Canadian r;orernment fori j point aoch agents aa L.. D. Carte.
sealeis has been re- Latah, Wash-., Ls to have a J3,30 , .
damage to sealeis has been re
fused by congress. Greshani regrets Met-Engar iactorj-.
this refnsal of Uncle Samuel and so The miners of Pfltsbun;, Pa., bare
informs the claimants. istMcfc. About lo.COO with j prospect
that aboct 30.060 in all will mt work.
Billy SDrineer was Orst elected to iasice LonraU, ajeu 10 vears, dle.1
w I tlT i tr , . F i s
himselftill the last fall election, thus
holding his seat for IS years. Fir j
his loyslty to Jefferronian demcc-
racy Father Cleveland will donbtless
gire him a good thing soon.
to be the oldest woman ia the United
E. C. Smith w3! pfast & iwsne orchard
of 50Q0 trees near Eczeoe this spring,
and in the fait will eet oat several thou
sand apple trees.
The woolen mills at Sesdea are rec
cing overtime, with orders eaoegii to
keep at it all summer. A shortage of
wool is threatened.
fire on ttie hold ol tltc British steamer
Naparima, March 7th, mined the eaiso
Notwithstanding the Oregonian's
cry against educational appropna
tions, the legislature showed a sensi
ble degree of liberty towords these
institutions. Portland Dispatch.
Yes, those institutions are given
the liberty to fatten upon the moaej of 110 40:15 eSar coneaed ta the
wrung from the taxpayers alJ over American sngar retiaerr.
th Ktatn far tfi hnifit nf ftr Hv-1 The Question is often asked, "where is
imr in the immediate vicinity of those Q-v to Biht r' A "iortant
tax-eaUng institutions, jnst as in the ?uti10a ? maa7. f0th.er3 Ln
"dark ages" the poor were taxed in
the hcly name of religion to support
a theolgical hierarchy or wago war
upon the infidel Turks.
tircat OppOrtuaKy for Prune Farming;
Or a Large Scale.
lTiO acrve o.' choice vaikr? xad low
hillside toad, ail under board and wirv
lamse. seven! hundred ''acreW hV coltivh
tioo, the very t eet of fr-j; !ju--d.haa,good
11 at are! Jrjiitse, free inxn fre:, cod
hoose. wooit, water. rt-.. three miles
frata railroad. The vicirHty ha fin or-dnrd-
and thi i a ran- -tiinrf for a
colon of prtina grower. The prrpcrty
beloro!: to absent 'irtio and must
be sold. Price Jit) r"r atf, j4 eavli,
baUnre in eight aun. partnmta with
6 per cent interest. Discount allowed
for rash '.
Have Und 4 -f every kind t:.:onhoot
the coonlv for tow i-ric" .ind eav tt-rroa.
DeLaney & Meyei
The uelebrated. KoseDiira' seers
ALE AND PORTER.
AH Orders either at Home or Abroad, by .Railroad
or oincrwisc, i'romptiy vtteuuea to.
A Large an-t Elegant Line of
H, C. STANTON
Has just received a new and extenaive stoek o
Ladies' Dress Goods, Kibhons, Trimmings,
Laces, Etc, Etc
-ALSO A FINE STOCK OF
BOOTS AKD SHOES
Of the best quality and flnitb.
Wood, Willow and Glass Mare, -
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Also oa band in largB quantities and at prices to
.rait the time. Also a Urge itock of
Which is offered at cost price. A full and
select stock of
Constantly on hand. Also the
LATEST NOVELTIES LN STATI0XEKT.
We call the attention of our
friends to our beauti
ful stock of
n. s k. u.
HUNTER & HUME,
A Carload of Wagons and Machinery
IX A FEW DAYS.
Bed Room Sets
Parlor and Dining Chairs
Rugs and Carpets
And all Household
General agent furerery raiietr ot subscription
books and periodicals published in the United
States. Persona wishing reading matter of any
kind w ill do to ire me a call.
Our Stock is
Unexcelled by Any House
South of Portland.
NO TROUBLE TO
ALEXANDER tX STROrtG
i3 "where is mjr girl tonight?"
The board of health of New Ycrk re-
Why gold flows out of this country
to Europe? is answered by the state
ment that Americans
Spend in Europe tlTO.OOO.OOO
fsed to record the marriage certificate of
Ansa Gould and Count de Castellane on ,
account of no date to the document. 1
"Man wants bat little hete below,"
Non , I'm inclined to doabt it : j
lie gets bat little; wants a pile, '
And ha to do without it. Troth. '
Six hundred of the seven handled and
Freight on foreign vessels. ICO.000,000 fifty employes in the S. K. Feiton woolen !
Interest on bonds held in
To foreign corporations and
proSts on real estate invest 75,0O0.CO0
If the balance iu trade was in our
foror, thin vast amount wonld stay at
home the books would balance; but
the balance is on the ether side.
mill have slrac for the testoration of the
10 per cent redaction in wagefc hut Earn- j
The Idaho senatorial deatl lock was!
brolcen on the seventh by the election of i
Geo. L. Shoup, United States senator, by
a hare majority 27. Shoo;i
J. L. Shropshire the t ratted cashier of
tho Central Rail cay o( GejrjEts has sui
cided leaviug his aseounls in an unenvi
able condition. Amount of hortam
A cranky preEchor, J. II. Allen of
Oakland, Cal, alio w comloctutE a (eiies
of revival -reetings at TofKiVa, Kan., an
ncuoces that the world will eotoo to au
I'onltry, 1'"Ih1i ami onmc, B
The City Meat Market,
fET" Ordcn takeu aad IeHvered Free
to anr part of the City.
And Dealer in
PRIME BACON, HAMS, LARD,
AD PKESM .MEATS OF A 1.1. KINDS.
2lrs. David Jllaocr
Chills and Fever
Lett me taiaciateJ, w.ta Ciitrcssla coccn, no
ajytUtf, pain la eVt, si luer, back and
aocceedsj ffg Q$g QftS
itosach. Four bottles of Itood's Sarsaparitla
,to rr.e sircv-ij, noon ap;cuia ana ucaiu.
iiatio 1 x.'.hk. wuci'i, AeonsKa.
COLD COMFORT RAIiGE
Restore the republican party to
power as it will bo on March 4,
1897 the cry of hard time3 will
cease, because public confidence in
financial management will he re
Etoreo. J.ne aemocratic masses are
patriotic enoash to desire crosneritv e3tl Sepcnr. lsw
but the democratic oolicv of national -Mr- A,v A. Vandcrhilt
finance is unwise. When democracy Vtnl a diyorco from Win. K. the
praticed protection as it did under known millionaire with, 10 far,
Jefferson, Madison, Monroe and
Jackson it did fairly well. Tho gov
ernment did better under the hiqh
protective policy of tho whig and
a a" 1
repnDucau parties. e mnst uavo enoa,h to determine that raoit of the
reTinop, The bml waj to raise it Yukon placer minee are on hntiah tetii-
is by tanu ones on imDort. lbe tory.
Hood's PH!s wta ew friend tiailr.
known btatetl alimony. Shis U to have
the cuKtoily u( the three caildren.
Tlie Eorveyag ai.d Iccatioii of tho
boundary line between Alaska acd
British America has tworeEed far
is ' Here
Prepare for it wisely,
unusually good reasons
should buy from us.
Ever3'thing offered for sale is fresh;
bought for the Holiday Trade and
sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
aud vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carr- the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
To Policy Holders.
higher the tariff tho better, so ' long
aa it is not bo high as to prohibit im
portation. Givo ns a good customs
revenue, and interest hearing bonds
will be a thing of tho pasL
CIVIL SERVICE RULES
Amendments to tho Civil Service
Bnles have been approved by tho
president, which provides for trans
fers from one department to the
other without examination whore
there U a similarity in the class of
service. The amendment rules also
fix the limit of age for certain work.
For messengers and assistant not
under 18 years; for pages and messenger-boys
not under 11 nor over 18
years of age.
Editor C. A. Dana and Wm. Loflin
publitsbere of the New York Son ao in
dicted by tho grand j.iry of the U. S.
court for criminal libol of 1'jank 1$.
Noyes, proprietor of Urn Washington
A tenific miurjl txp!-jeioii oc
curred at Anderron, led., tlie 5th. A
$75,000 biiMticha block wa blown all
over tho lmtfineM center of the city.
Fire followed, (-.iHMiip a of $-100 00.
So far but low den'.l Imw been reported.
Joseph KohcrtH, :i c mtaway on ono of
the cannil'al i-dandu, hmtixid of leiiig
eaten wor(thij;el ai n god, and
wan dotibllew a go 1 lo them bv rcn90ii of
liif) bineHcient -udvice and conduct.
They mourned his dcpirlura after eight
mouth'a reiiJcuco anions thom. llo
died of heart disoato at ?anta Cruz, Cal.,
tho 5th inst.
The Northwest Fire and
Marine Insurance Company
having gone into the hands
of a receiver, the Board of
Directors have made favora
ble arrangements with tlie
Fireman's Fund Insurance
Company for the protection
of its policy holders.
Call on Claude 13. Cannon,
Agent, aiid bring your poli
cies for exchange.
'pO ALL WHOM IT MAT COKCLKX, OUKET-
KlHse it hercbv riven that lime I A inort-
gaze or ttust dtal 'vering all lh; prortity nf
thcVlotirr Placer MIiiIiik Omi.any. M'CTirtiiR
the payment ni f 12 ijjim In (.'lupnii Bond'. That
the- loider-.Usii-'d 1" on "f U"' "wucri ! salil
Hundx. holding and owuiii fwotfu of llie mine,
and that iii-ltbrr 1h HiHli'miaiifd nor miy
holder r owner of any of aald Bonda tvill Imj re
tpmutltalu for any work, 11kt or Btri lie done nr
p,Tlorm'd for the Vietnry nxeir Muitn.- Com
;iv. ir for Btir mi.t rtiil of uiiy kiml v. imMi
w-T niniihl 1 ald i;oronj tor i.ny iiirn.
whatever, or for the tratn.irlollijii of the itme,
or li.r any work, laimror mtvIp-h l')iic r t
frmd upon, or for airy malfrlal ftirnlt-licd for
the fin.tr.ielioa, alteration or n-pa'r. cHIktIu
wln.lc or in aci. l nny 1UIMIiu:. u :inrl, :ik'i-.
fluuir, tunnel, fem-e, mactiiiicry. ii'imdixa or
otlier urni-turc ix Mructllrcsi, rrpln-d, l.ulll,
(oiintriirl.j. o. rlac.-d uim the prupertj of raid
Virtory I1aer Minttis Ortnpany, for any new
manhturry or material foniKhml aid Cmtiuiy
oriilicid utin their mid projH-ru
Uatnd t'llx ktti day of nr'!i, 1 'i
mllt lO J. l.C. KAMI.
C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.
Farmers Who Signed Notes in Payment for Stoves
from the Daily Cresonian, Portland, Or., Nov. II, ISW.
Oregon City, Nov. io. Victims of the, home-comfort-wrought-iro'ii-cooking-rauge
swindle are numerous in this
vicinity. Eighteen farmers at Molalla bought the ranges
at $72 each, giving notes due November i. with the uii-
fl(V:t"JI11fllTinr nnrl vrlnl iiyrnnninnf tliif 1111- 1wvflt tJ.,,v
.0 -o eti la v u H tt -v .w r ,-v
to suit the convenience of the makers of the notes would i Jj e fSJJJ$ tU
uc giautuu uy uic company even to six or eignt years g
for the company had plenty of capital aud never disposed oft
its paper. But the notes turned un in the hands of third i
persons, and must be paid, aud there is trouble. Half a
dozen farmers were iu town today to sec if the grand jury
would afford them relief or satisfaction. There were nu
merous purchasers of these wonderful ranges through the
Molalla, Marquam and the Scott's Mills country. The
same kind of a range can be bought here for $50.
H" 0 A
iW IIP IWR
I in packages
Costs no more than inferior package soda
never spoils the flour, keeps soft, and is uni
zvrsally acknowledged purest in the -world.
Hade only by CHURCH Sc. CO., New York.
Soli by creccrs everywberc.
Write for Arm and Hammer Book of valoablo IUclpcj-ITtEn.
s -.tLMistJic: a
I. D. HOLDER, Stockton, Cal.
The Turf and Sportsman's Authority of
tho Pacific Coast. ' -
All the Latest
of the Country.
M0ULDIHGS AMD BRACKETS
Of all Sizes antl Styles
Turning and Fruit Boxes
Window mid Hour t'raincs
viatic to Ureter.
Of capacities varj'iug from 1 to 25
horse power affords the most con
venient, economical aud reliable
power for all light service. One of
these may be seen running at this
office. Send for circulars.
THE PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.,
i2i Main Street, San Francisco, Cal.
The Best Medum for
And everything appertaining to the Turf
and Field "Sports as well as for Sporting
Goods, Medicines for Horses and other
animals. Racing Gear, Champagnes, etc.
Tho leading paper of its class west of
Chicago, and the representative of the
vast breeding interests in California.
Special department conducted by
Jos. Cairn SuirsoN.
It is essentially a newspaper cotining all
the Gossip and Sportind events of the
day, given in snch a bright, entertiening
hn5 readable manner as to make tho pa
per a neceisty to evervbody interested in
horso matterand legitimate sport. Sam
ple Copies are free, and wilt be eent on
application to any address.
THE BREEDER AND SPORTSMAN,
313 Bush St., SanFrancisco, Gal.
F. W. Kelley, Manager.
Mineral, Railroad. Aricultural.
H. G. POTTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HOC G St., N". W. Washington, D. C.
For many years in the General Land Office
Examiner of Contests. Mineral vs. Mineral vs.
Railroad ami Agricultural claims, and Latet
Chief of the Mineral Division.
jg- correspondence Solicited.