THE PLAINDEALER. Published Dally, except Sunday. W. F. DEKJAM1K C Y. 15KNJAMIX Editor. ..Manager. SubNcrlptlou Itntca. Ouc Year, ly mail Six Mouths Three Mouths " One Month " . . . 3 00 ... 1M - 75 - a ... 10 Per WceS. delivered by Carrici..... XIi e Weekly IMnludcnlcr. Ouo Year tltt) Six Months 1 CO Three Month M MARCH 9. 1KKS. Volume 27. 1896. "Wc still live " Last Thursday The Pluxdeai-ku began its twenty seventh year of mortal existence. March, lSti9, the Plain de-uxk was launched upon the sea of journalism, and hss, with vary ing incidents peculiar to newspaper life, continned to make weekly visits to its readers bearing messages of love and good-will to them, and speaking words of hope for the future of "Grand Old Douglas." The da IX dealer has witnessed the growth of this county from 7,000 in 1S70 to 9,596 in 1SS0, 11,564 in 1S90 and 14,559 in 1S95. The Plaixdealeis is the oldest paper in this coin ty and has done good Ecrvice in siding the grand strides of progress of this county. It has advo cated and stood firm for every good cause claiming the attention of the citizens of this county and "still lives," while other journals have sprung into existence, lived a few years and passed out as siiently as they came. The Plain dealek will, nnder its present manage mini, continue to show forth the beauties and advantages of Douglas County. POPULIST CONVENTION SATURDAY During the forenoon the populist del egate convention went through the usual formula of organizing and raising com mittee far completion of their day's work and then adjourned for dinner dinner was an essential part of the program. After dinner, about I i30, the chairman called the convention to order and then politely announced that "Any one not a populist will plcare retire, as theconven tion bad decided to hold a secret cession." That was significant and the two repre sentatives of the Kcseborjj press marched oat of the hall. The reporter for the Re view, bovever, tarried within hailing distance, and after a few minute, at call (?) was seen trundling np the wind ing stairs again. While the Review re porter kept within easy earshot of the convention, the Plaindeilee reporter kept within oyeshct distance and saw the maneuvering for the return of the Re view reporter, who was doubtless clothed with plenary powers to negotiate with the convention for a fusion with democ racy as advocated by the bosses paper. Well, aa was anticipated by premonitory signs given oat in the forenoon session, the question of fosion with the demo crats was sprung npon the convention and a stormy time was had, so says an an eye witness. Quite a number of the delegates (some with as many as seven proxies), favored fusion, but when the vole was taken to decide the matter, the convention stood anti-fusion, and demo cratic stock immediately declined 50 per cenL Daring the secret session there was evidently some solid hot shot thrown into the republican camp by the several orators present, who were boil ing over with patriotism, and now was the snblime moment to launch upon the old parties, more especially the g. 0. p., their Philipics and level in the anticipa tion that they had.given republicanism a conjwle-gn.ee, or would do to next June. Though no action was taken by the convention as to that, it was the gen eral consensus of opinion that James F. Gazley, tho Cicero of Douglas county populism, will be the candidate for state senator. The candidates for the other officca will not como to the surface (ill their nominating convention April 17th. Daring the interim tbc schemers amongst tho two parlies will lay the wires for a "practical fusion" by the democrats indorsing some populist can didates in exchange for the indorsement by the twps of some ol the democrats' candidates. The schemers of both par ties are desperate and are bound to force fusion npon the people if possible any thing to beat the republicans. Bat the better sort of the popalists are opposed to fusion. They are higbminded men, stand upon principle and are determined to Bink or swim with that flag unfurled to the breeze. THE PRIHARIES. The lime for holding the primary con ventions of lbs republican party is near at hand, and tho question might be asked, arc republtbans prepared and willing to do their duty, lorn out en- masse to the primaries, and endeavor ,by their action to promote the welfare of Ihe party, and tht interest of the country by securing delegates (0 the counly con vention who will nominate candidates honest, qualified and true to (he princi ples of the republican party. At the primaries, nil well know, lies Uiu foun dation of tho action of tho county con vention, and it dependa upon the com plexion of tho delegates sent to that con vention wholhor or not it shall be con trolled by bwsism or by the rank and filo of tho party, the industrial clement, who are only, and always actuated by motives beneficial to the whole people. An exciting election tnd canvaas looms up before our mental vision, and it is hoped, that all true republicans will nt tend the primaries, and manifest by their presence, that they are. interested in tho result ot tho fotthcoming election. For once, let tho farmer leave his plow in tbu furrow, tho merchant his yard stick, tho mechanic his tools, tho physician his pill bags and tho minister his Bible for the time being, attend the primaries and with a desire to advance the best inter ests of the county and state, secure tho election of delegates to the county con venlion that will prove in deed an in fact that they are of aud for tho people and their welfare. Let every republican feel that upon himself alone dermis couco quences ovil or beneficial in their results, for by so feeling aud acting in accord ance therewith, tho republican party of Douglas county, will, on the first Mon day of next June gain au unheard ol and glorious victory over all opposiug political foes. Now, Mr. Editor, let mu present a few thoughts upon the principlo and policy ol protection, for that will be the key-note of the republican party in the coming national campaign, and laying asido nil minor consideration and falso issues, that key-note reyerberatiug o'er hill and valley throughout our vast domain, will be Uie signal ot the entire downfall of the modern democracy, with its nbom liable free trade heresy. To your posts, republicans, arouso yourselves to duty, hoist the American banner of protection aloft, and the rvsalt will be n triumphant victory for that crtatest of American principles. When republicans are united they are invincible, resolve at all haz ards to unite and prove the correctness of the above assertion. THE DOCKET. Cases That Will Come Before the March Term of Court. 1. W. J. Brand vs. John Freeman; foreclosure of lien. 2. N. E. Puckett vs. W. F. Benjamin ; in equity. 3. L. C. Beardsley, insolvent; assign ment. 4. Francis Fitch vs. H. L. Kinney ; to recover money.- 5. U. Wollenberj: et al vs. Canyou vitle Canyonville Mining and Mfg. Co.; to recover money. 6. School Commissioner ve. J. W. Lincoln; confirmation. 7. Eva Brown et al vs. Lutitia Brady et al; partition. S. Wm. J. Becuinon vs. W. Brum- melt et ol ; to set aside conveyance. 9. R. B. Armstrong admr. vs. Joieph Mclvm ct al ; foreclosure, 10. G. W. Kelso admr. n. Joseph Melrin ct al; foreclosure. 11. Chas. R. David vs. L. T. Andcr son ; in equity. 12. J. E. Kcrley vs. Lizzie Kerley; divorce. 13. Thoe. Hirst, I. Hacker et al vs Emma Xasbarg et al ; partition. 14. I. Hacker et al vs. Emma Nas- burgetal; partition. 15. II. W. Miller ve. A. F. Burke; to recover money. 10. S. Hamilton vs. J. J. Farquar; con Gr tuition. 17. I. K. Rice vs. Annie Maud fc'utli- erlin; foreclosure. IS. John B. McGee vs. Annie Consol idated Mining Co. et al ; in equity. 19. F. M. Moore . W. S. Moore; divorce. 20. Susan C. Judy vs. Calvin Jndy; divorce. 21. J. S. Beckley vs. Mary Beckley; divorce. 22. Jane McDonald vs. William 31c Donald; divorce. 23. Macy Carlon ve. Joseph Carlon : divorce. 24. School Commission vs. Jas. T Cooper; foreclosure. 25. Wm. Long vs. Jas. F. Chalwick el al ; foreclosure. 20. John H. McClure ve. Jane F, Cook et al ; foreclosure. 27. A. T. Ambrose vs. Ben Hunting' ton ; in equity. 25. Robert Pentlow vs Geo. W, Rickett ; to recover money. 29. Geo. W. Kimball vs. J. S. Fitz h ugh admn. et al ; confirmation. 20. W. W. Cardwell vs. II. E. Johns et al; injuction. 31. E. P. Spaulding vs. H. M. Ba'l; to recover money. 32. F. 31. Searfs insolvent debtor: as. eignment. 33. G. A. McKinney insolvent debtor : assignment. 34. A. E. Ozoaf vs. Lot S. Dimmick: connrmation. 35. School Commissioners vs. Delinrfa Hill administratrix et" al : confirmation 30. Abraham Jones vs. Mary A. Drol- linger ct ol ; confirmation. 37. O. F. Godfrey vs. Dvid Lenox et al; foreclosure. 38. I. F. Rice vs. U. W. Miller, dis- solntion of partnership. 39. W. E. Swentzel vs. Waller M. Wheeler et al ; confirmation. 40. Asher Marks admn. vs. Loo Archambeau; confirmation. 41. Jas. A. Davis respondent vs. A. F. Brown appellant; lo recover money. Appeal from justice court. 42. Robert Anlauf respondent vs. The feoutber Pacific Co.; action for damaged. Appeal from justice court. 43. P. L. Willis vs. M. B. Holmes, de fendant, and Geo. A. Smith garuishco; mandate. 44. Joseph Bremen & Co. vs. McKin uie fc Beard ; to recover moneyl 45. C. K. Hill vb. G. W. Peters. Evn Hamilton ot al ; foreclosure. 40. C. K. Hill, vs.;G. W. Peiers et nl ; foreclosure. 47. Murphy, Grant & Co. vs. Darius Wels et al ; forclosure. 4S. Lewis MeFarlund vs. W. F. Tur ner & Co. j lo recover money. 49. Eliza Ellen Smit vu. Edward .Smith ; divorce. 50. John Grills vs. Maggie Grills ; di vorce. 51. O. U: Ilensdalu vs. Chas. II. Vaiuiorburg j to recover money. 52. W. A. Perkins ndinr. vs, W. D. Wntkins et al.; to set aside conveyance. 53. I. C. Robertson vs. Chas. W. Johnson ct al.; foreclosure. 51. E.G. Young & Co. vs. Joseph K. Laugdon ut al.; foreclosure 55, it. D. Hume vs. C. E. Boguu ; to recover money. 50 0. II. Beyers vs. Wm. H. Harris et al.; foreclosure. 67. J. B. Sykcs vs. Chas. M. Seigel; to recover money. 5S. Tho Piano Mfg. Co. vs. U. S. Mc Laughlin etal,; to recover money. 59. Hyman Wollenberg S: Bros. vs. F. O. Worlcy et al. ; to recover money. 60. John Hudson va. W. W. Card well ; to set aside conveyance. 01. Caro Bro3. vs. X. T. Jewett et al. ; to recover money. 02. Chas. Kelly vs. Robert .Swan; foreclosure of lien. 03. State of Oregon vs. Albeit Pool and Andrew Pool; larceny, 04. State of Oregon vs. Albert Pool and Andrew Pool; recognizance. 05. State of Oregon va. Hobert Bogges ; recognizance. 00. State of Oregon vs. R. B. Math ews ; recognizance. 07. State of Oregon vs. F. W. Em mcrsoii ; recognizance. OS State of Oregou vs. E. C. Poket aud Fred Rocs; recojnizance. 09. Statu of Oregou vs. Albert Robin sen and Joe Miller; recognizance. Resolution of Condolence. Vmei:i:as, It has pleased the Ruler of the Universe in his inGnitc wisdom to take to her final home the beloved wife of our esteemed clerk, R. L. Checsman, and that in the loss of a devoted wife and mother, oar neighbor hss sustained an irreparable loss, bo it x .'oW. That 0.ik Camp, No. 125, W. O. W., lender our esteemed neighbor their heartfelt sympathy in this his hour of grief; and bo it further Havir&l, That :i copy of thW resolu tion be spread upon the minutes of this Camp and that a copy be furnished the local papers. Respectfully submitted. Titos. Gibson, J. W. Fuateu, Committee. Notice. 1 he tax ro',1 for CvuIas counly for 1SD5 is now iu my Imnds for collection and is now due and iayub!e at my office. C. F. C.Tiicaur. Sheriff. BUSINESS LOCLAS. Get your school books at Marstera drug store. For first-class dentistry go to Dr. Little of Oakland. New Goods, and convincing prices at the Novelty Store. Harness of all kinds at low price? at G. W. Woodward's. Key West, imported and domestic cigars at the RoselcaL For zood substantial blackamithing cheap, 50 to JIcKiuncy A Manning, Oakland. Jewelry, watches, diamonds, gold pens and optical goods at the lowest prices at Salzman'e. A few cases food substantial boots at reduced prircs to close them out, at U. Stanton's. Trints, Ginghams. Shirtings, Percales etc, fresh slock, choice patterns at the Novelty Store. j If yon have daily mail service, try the daily Plaixuealek for a month. It will cost only 25 cents. For choice family groceries, call at the People's Store, Mrs. G. W. Rapp, pro prietor, and get your supplies at bedrock prices. Save money aud time. To parties going East, go by the O. R N. short route. Call on or write to V. C. London, Rosebnrg, Oregon. N. Rice, at lib ware rooms on Jackson opposite Marks' iron front, has choice household furniture and tin ware at prices to suit the times. If you don't want to suffer with corns and bunions, have your boots and shoes made at L. Langenburg'a. Repairing neatly and promptly done. Arte HW mixture in Dress Goods for durability, quality and prices; we invite comparison. We trill not be umlenvld. Call at the Novelty Store. The Square Deal stoic has just opened up a beautiful line of W. L. Douglas shoes, which prove to bs the best shoes made. Come and inspect them. J. P. Jackson has received another largo assortment of samples, which he invites tho public to come and in spect. For quality and prices ho can't be beat. A ruiirir.CT kit ocakasteeu. The last national fraternal congress re ported that tho average death rato for 1591 was 10.52 per cent., and that of tho A. O. U. W., tho oldest of them all, was only 1 11 percent. What better show ing I bo desired? From the date of its orcinization to the present time, over 04,000,009 have been disbursed by tho A. O. U. W. livery dollar of this money has gone into the homes of the brothers' families. No order can pay the death losses for less than tho actual cobl, but the A. O. U. W. doca pay losses at actual cost. The death rate of the A. O. U. W. is below the nveraga according to the figures' ol the fraternal congress. Ex. Tho three links in tho endless chain depletes the gold reserve nru the deficit revenue, the excessive imports and the business depression, and us nil of these result from the Wilson tariff, tho inomen wo repeal Hint wc break tho chain. Call. AUCTION SALE. Of Several Head of Thoroughbred Minnesota Trotting Horses. At my Blables known as MtGregor'B bam, nt2 p. 111, on tbo lit ti day of March, I will soil to tho highost bidder tho following described horses: Prlnuo Colossus, five years old, sired by Colos sus, l R. 2:27?.i; sire of Helen Mnrr, four years old, trial 2:25V, Mollio O. 2:3 ; Courser 2:35?, by Coloma 4035, by Belmont 01, by Abdalla 15, by Ham blutoniau 10. First dam Dollie, by Archer's Almont, slro of Female Pirate P. R. 2:17; was Blurted seven times in 1S91 and won six monies some of the heats being paced in 2:15; and Fre mont paced trial 2 :10, and other good ones by Almont 33, sire of 33 in 2:30 list, second dam Bell Damon, dam of Lary R. 2 :32 at Rochester, Minn. Daisy D., six year old pacer, half-sister lo Prince Colossus. A bay pacing horse colt two years old from high bred running mare, sired by Kentucky Whip; of Kentucky. A two year old maio colt, dam and biro having record of 2:10. Terms of sale ouo third cash, baluuco on bix or eight uioullis time ut 3 per ceut iutcresi on approved notes, J. D. Gilukiit. Crescent Bicycles. Carle Si Richardson have just received direct from the factory, ten wheels model 'DO. More will be hero soon. The highest grade known to the cycling world, the product of the largest bicycle factory in the world. All wheels nnlcES otherwise ordered. are fitted with the celebrated Morgan & Wright quick re pair tire. Prices from $40 to $75, cash or icstalltncnt. Catalogues mailed to any address free. Now is the time to subscribe. by dea ing witft G. W. KRUSE TU GJROCiilt, 406 JacUsou St., One door K)Uth I'.O. Choice Teai, Coffees, Tobaccos a Cistrs. And every thins clie lu the Grocery line. M;tie!i Uarkei Paid for Country Produce. Glrc hint call and be convinced. MRS, IV. BOYD, DEAI.EC IN CHOICE Family Groceries, DISHES, Books and Children's Toyfc. A FULL USE Or- Fruits, .Vats, French Candies, Confectioner! Canned Goods, CofTees, Teas, Etc. UlPOmD KEY WEST CIGAUS. CHOICE 11KA.NDS OF C1GAIU5 J. F. BARKER & CO. GKOCERS. TEAS Ik SPECIALTY. AipccUl ttnd JamJuUmied Te. Our priio COPPE1E 1 ruling Utge talc !(cw itjlci ut Glass and Delf Ware n'.onlihlng low i-ncw. Oar own cumtd Tom aw are Trry popular. H. C. STANTON Qu iuit rccItciI new and tztenaire itock o DRY : GOODS CONSISTINO OF Ladies' Dress Goods, Ribbons, Trimmings, Ijaccs, Etc., Etc. -ALSO A FINE STOCK OF MOOTS AftD SHOES Ot the bcit quality and flnlih. GROCERIES, Woodt Willow and Glasa Ware, Crockery, Cordage, Etc, Also on hand In large quantities and at prices tc Juit the tiroes. Also a Urge stock Ot Custom-Made Clothing Which Is offered at cost price. A full aud select stock of SCHOOL BOOKS Constantly on hand. Also the hATKST NOVELTIES IX STATlONEKit General atrpnt for nver YArloLv ul aubscrlDtJon books and periodicals published in the United States. I'ersons wishing reading matter of any kind will do to gire me n call. S iVL F. Rapp, LEADING PERSCRIPTION DRUGGIST, Jack&on Street, Roseburg, Oregon. Patent Medicines, Perfumeries. Toilet Articles. W. H. CASEBEER, .-.DljALEIt IK . GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, Corner Jaclcsou aud Douglas Streets. New Store! New Goods! Prices Just Right! COUNTRY PRODUCE THE THIRD ADDITION BROOKSIDE. The HoiVG Farm, east of town, has been plat ted and is now on tlie market in Lots and Blocks containing 3, 20, 30, and 40 acres, ranging in price from $25 to $100 per acre. Any one wanting a fruit, vegetable or chicken farm or a suburban home ean now be accommodated on easy terms. All lots sold in First Brookside addition have more than doubled in value. The prospect is much better for the future. More fortunes are made in lands near a grow ing town or city than any other way. Sieze the oppor tunity. For information or Estate Office, or on 6 T. Z1GLER & PATTERSON, Depot Grocers DEALERS IX ALL KINDS OF -STAPLE AND FANCY .GROCERIES.- COUNTRY PRODUCE Give ns a call. Goods delivered to Corner Lane & .Sheridan Streets, RoseburgBrewery C. Q. MEYER, Proprietor. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY. Keep your Money at Home. The Best in Cleveland Distilling Go. Manufacturers of PURE BRAflDIES LIQUORS FOR FAMILY AND MEDICINAL PURPOSES ALL HKST CLASS DRUG STORES AND SALOOXS HANDLE OUR GOODS.; CooJs delivered In quantities of one c&Uon or more. Orders from Town and Country Solicited, and will be promptly attended to. office and :0SKBUKG VON PESSL & DOERNER, Proprs. ROSEBURG 7 Marble and Granite Works. B. W. Marbic Estimates Furnished on all Office aud Halcsrcoin. 711 Oali Street. Sealed Bids. Sealed iirojosala will bo received by the Oregon Soldiers' Homo, to bo opened in tbo oflico of said Home, .Monday, 3Iardi23d, 1S0G, for furnishing tho Homo tbo following articles an needed iu eaid institution for 0110 year from tbo 1st day of April, 1S9G. All articles must bo first class in thoir line and the right is reserved to reject any or all bida submitted. Apples (dried), barley (pearl), beans, blooms, blacking, bath brick, blueing (crown), cheese, coffee, cornuieal, corn (canned), crackers, gold duet, Hour, gra ham, hominy, tuaccaroni, mustard, oil (kerosono), oysters, oats (rolled), prunes, peper. peas (cannod), lly paper, raising, rice, salt, eugar (granulated and coffee), A COMPLETE LINE OF I Holliday Goods Qentlemen, Ladies and Children. BOUGHT AND SOLD. conveyance, call at ony Real BELDEW, Propr. BOUGHT AND SOLD. ? ' !Uiy part of"the City in short order. ROSEBURG, OREGON Drink only home made Beer, the Market. and Dealers in flflD WHISKIES AGHISON & CO., PrOBrs. Dealers in all kinds of and Granite Monuments anil Headstones, Portland Cement Curbing JFor Cemetery JLotw. kinds of Cemetery Work , syrup, soda, sagoi soap (ivory and laun , dry), starch (corn and laundry), sardines, ( tea, tobacco (Star, Climax, Seal, Eoss, etc.), baking powder (RoyalJ, vermicelli, vinegar and matched ; also fresh meals , beef,'pork and mutton. W. H. Byars, Commandant. Notico la hereby given to the public by tho uudersitmed that I do not allow deail animals to bo buried on my prem ises, at Roseburg, Oregon, or garbage t dumped thereon or sand or gravel taken t therefrom, unless the party taking sand or gravel first contract with me for the right to so do. . . Tresspassers will bo prosecuted ac cording to law. Aaron Rose, Roseburg, Oregon, March 17th, 1895. m mm n gone i Ulilll UHUII11 AND SO 1IA8 GROCERIES AT ALLISON'S! GONE TO ROCK BOTTOM. SEE I 1 Star. Climax, Horso-SLoe and Spear Head Tobaccos, go at 45c per plug. Toddy, Even Cbango, Battle-Ax, 23c, Saw-log, 93c. Rice, 16 U for $1. Sugar 16 and 17. for $1. Lard.,85c. Choice Savon Soap 83 1 ier liox. Canned Corn 10c. Tomatoes 5 and I2Jc. Best Spiuer Leg and Japan Tea 40c. - Gnn-Powder Tea 45c. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder lib can 30c, Ulb can 15c. Eastern Hams lle. 4Bj Prunes 25c. Honey 15c. Spices 10c. Candy 10c. Brooms 20c, 30c and 40c. Rope 10c per V. Beans 3c, etc.'elc. Other goods accordingly. Cash Talks. Give us a call and we will do'you good. Respectfully, D. F. ALLISON. Jon. 30. '96. O.R.O. E. 3ICXEIIX, Keccivcr. TO THE EAST Gives the Choice of TWO . . Transcontinental . . ROUTES VIA "VIA Spokane Denver Minneapolis Omaha AND A2fX) St, Paul Kansas City Low Kates lo all Eastern Cities. 0CEAX DIVISION. VORTLXSD-HXS FRA'CICO. Steamers leave Aimtrorlh doct, Portland, at 6 p. m., ercry five days. Cabin. $i00, steerage, U50. For full details call on or addres V. C. X.02STOOT. Agent, Boscljurg, Oregon, or address General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon. EAST AND SOUTH VIA THE SHASTA ROUTE OF THE Southern Pacific Go. Ziprtag traina leave fortUnd daily Bonth I I North S:Sor.x. Lv. - Portland - XE 8:10 a. x 525A.X. Lr. - Roseburg - Lv. 11:10 r.x. 10:45 x. X. Ar. - San Francisco Lv. 6:03 r.x. Above trains tnr at East Pnrtlan.l nmm City, Woodbnrn, Salem, Turner, Marlon. Jeffer son, Albany, Albany Junction, Tangent Shedds, Ualacy. Hamsburg, Junction City, Irving. Eugene, Cresvrell, Drain, and all stations from BoscDurg to Asliland inclusive Roscbixr? ?IaH Daily. 8.-30H. X. I Lv. 5:20 p. X. I Ar. Portland Roseburg Ar. 1 4:) r. x Lv. ! S x. x. (Salem Passenger Daily. 4:00 r.x. ILv. 605r.xAr. Portland Salem Ar. 1 10-45 x. x. Lv.l S.-0OA. x. DIMIXG CAKS OX OGDEX ROUTE. Pullman Buffet Sleepers' AND SECO.D.CLASS SLEETING CAItS Attached to all Through Trains. West Side Division. Between Portland aud Corralli. Mall train dally (ciccpt Sunday). 12:15 P. X. I Ar. Portland - Ar. 5:40 p. x orvauis - .y. ireop. x ...non j nAi . muj wiuiab mm trains ol Oregon Central & Eastern railroad. 1 IlK..... r .wi. . ... . . Eaprcn train daily (except Sunday). :45p.x. ILv. - Portland - Ar. Sr.5j.x. I At. - McMinville Lv. 5:50 A. x. 725 P. x. Through Tickets to all Points m uiu jumicrn araics, uaunda and Europe con be obtained at low est rates Irom Ccorg-o Kstcs, Agrcut Itoscburc. K. KOEHLEB, E. P. ROGERS. ManRgcr. Asst. O. F. & Pass. Agcn PORTLAND OREGOK. NOTICE. NotlM It rlrivvlvsN a .11 V.U is v "uuiu 11. max con cern tbAt I hvrt appointed D. W. Stearns of Cala Pooia precinct Deputy Inspector of Stock for said crecinrt? Tw-wtrffl mAAmmm n.. .-i . . . . w- ' . . v also JV. l. Chapman of Wilbur, and Ralph Smith, at Rose rr. ""Vs "J nuocnce, ana otbers nil be added aa parties Inspected make their desire xnownto me. Boseburg, May 4th, 1SST. , . . THOS.S1HTH, Inreclaor ol Stock ft Douglas county Or. Dr. Gibbon This old reliable and tue most successful Specialist in San Fran cisco, still continues to cure all Sexual and 5cmlnal Diseases, such as Qonnorrhsa. GItet sinciure, yphillis in all its forms. Skin Dl-'seaset- NVrvntt. nKti ;lty, Impotency. Semi- 3 sau loss- quence or self abuse and excesses protluciiiir the spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringinc- proachlng strangers, palpetation of Jho heart ,ul"" ami oaci. toss ol memory Pimples on the face, couehs, consumption Pi. ti J..t . " "vrao uuuuieu snouiu not .r.i"Jti,ir'"- -xua uocior n rynim. cures g guar- Chanr ivwuuauii, anorwnie. Frncl.co;SI,.b0 635 K'Mrney Slre,t'