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V. K. BENJAMIN
a Y. BENJAMIN
tnon deaiaud that ovory dollar, paper
or coin, issued by tho goverumeut shall
ba as good as any otber dollar.
Resolved, That wo earnestly eudorso
tho proposed amendment to tho conati-
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tution of tho Unltad States, providing for BCript and in a very deliberato manner,
tho election of tho United States sen- As an Introduction to his sermon ho
ators by popular veto, recently reported stated that opinions nro goal for noth-
frotn tho committee on privileges ami :K uniess backed up by authority. He
olections by Souator Mitchell and now referred to social, political and religious
pendiug consideration iu tho United opinions , tho latter, ho said, nro backed
States. mi bv the authority of God's word tho
Resolved, That tho application of the Bible.
Oregon delegation in congress to tho Tho speaker then laid down tho propo-
preaident of tho Unitod States and now sition, "As is tho religion of a nation so
pendiug before him, praying a raodifica- j3 the nation." Ho then referred his
tionof his proclamation creating the Cas- torically to Pagan religions, tho Jewish
cade forest reserve, is hereby earnestly aIui later to tho Christian religion as ex
approved, and we appeal to the president amples to prove his proposition. Ho
U grant tho prayer of our delegation in claimed tho religion which God gave tho
We realize the importance mid mag'
itude of the tishing industry on the
Columbia river aud would recommend
that eomo provisions bo made for a stato
hatchery, for artificial propagation, and
that tho laws regulating tho cloee sea
son bo rigidly enforced.
Inat wo endorse tho cuorts ol our
representatives iu congress to secure
repayment to tho settleis of Oregon of
tho cxccs3 of $1 '25 per aero wrongfully
collected by the government on lands
located in the limits of tho unearned
Xoitliern Pacific Railroad land grant
APRIL 13, 1890.
Republican State and Congres
For Congressman let District,
THOMAS II . TONGUE.
For Supreme Judge,
The construction of the Nicaraugua Lmri5 aml nerflct BVstem of rolnrion of
canal is of the highest importance to tho Chrsit wo are slaushterine. throuch tho
American people, both as a measure of rulll owe, moreneODi0 everv ve,r than
national dotaise and to build up and the massacre of the Armenians by tho
maintain American commerce, u is ,i t-..i. ti,;. ni.ricii.n i.
for liquor to one
The clmreliPR. ho
pletion as speedily as possible by tho sa;j mUi, caV0 tu;a nation thev hold
government of tho Uuited States. .i. iaunct, of Ilow-r ;n ti, covernmnnt.
We hereby endorse the action of our Tl1B church, hu said, makes the home.
senators and representatives in congress tll i.ome .uaku3 lbu Ecllool and tha
tn tlieir endeavor to secure grants of chool makeg thc nation 1Io then
For District Attorney, 2d District,
W. E. YATES.
For Member Board of Equalization,
Republican County Ticket.
For Slate Senator,
A. W. REED.
J. T. BRIDGES.
A. M. CRAWFORD.
GEO. W. RIDDLE.
J. II. SHUPE.
D. R. SUAMBROOK.
W. A. FRATER.
W. S. BRITT.
M. D. THOMPSON.
For School Superintendent,
O. C. BROWN.
W. P HEYDON.
K, L. MILLER.
For Justice, for Ine Four Roseburg Pre
H. C. SLOCUM.
REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM
Following is the platform adopted Ly
the republican state convention held at
Portland last week :
The representatives of the republicans
of the state of Oregon in convention
assembled, call attention to the condi
tion of industry throughout the country,
as a proof of the necessity of returning
to the policy of the republican party
under which there was general prosper
ity daring thirty years.
Wereamrtn lue principles ot tne re
publican platform of 18!, and astert
that the result that have followed the
change decreed by the election of that
year hare justified our protest against
the national policy adopted by the demo
We believe that the government
should have an ample revenue, with a
sufficient surplus oyer ordinary expend!
tures to provide for coast defences, for
the steady building up of the navy, and
for the constant reduction of the public
debt. We believe that the present
tariff, with ite lowered rates and its de
structive and dishonest system of under
valuations and discriminations as to lo
calities, snouid do replaced by one
framed on protective principles similar
to tnat ot llio AlcKinley bill and ar
ranged to give ample protection to
American wages and American industry
and to restore the reciprocity policy of
James G. Blaine.
We havo always given protection to
cur shipbuilders. In late years wo have
neglected to protect our shipowners. We
believe the time has come to return to
the policy of Washington and Hamilton
which, by discriminating duties in favor
cf American bottoms, secured 00 per
cent of our carrying trade to American
ships, and which, if now restored, would
asrain revive our shipping and cauco
American freights to be paid to A men
Thc Americau people, from tradition
and interest, favor btmetalism, and the
republican party demand) Ilhe use of
both gold and silver as standard money
with such restrictions and uuder such
provisions to be determined by legisla
tion, as w ill eecure the maintenance of
the party of values of the two metals, so
that the purchasing and debt-paying
power of tho dollar, whether of silver,
gold or paper, shall 1m at all times
The interests of tho producers of the
country its farmers and its working-
Rev, G. W. Kennedy of tho M. E.
I Church, discoursed from Mat. xvi;3
Sunday evening to a tolerably well
filled house. Ho spoko from manu-
Hebrews was perfect and had the He
brows kept the commandments given J
them through the prophets, they would
havo been a perfect nation. The Jew
ish pcoplo were governed by a theoc
racy, lawe given them direct from God,
and if observed they would have been
prosperous and happy. A supersti
tious and cruel religion make a
cruel people, ho said. The Pagan
governments of Greoco and Rome,
though better than any other pagan
government which was built on a false
religion went down.
He asked the student of history:
Where are we? While wo have the
- cruei Kut us. inisui
moreover of special importance to our s.,;ll) js spemiing $30
Pacific states and we demand its com- or ti10 churches, T
pensions to Indian War Veteraus.
Wc pledge the republican party to a
rigid economy in the expenditure of
public money; to the icduction of ex
cessive salaries; and the abolishment
of the fee system wherever possible,
and of all useless commissions: and
believe that no appropriation should be
made to any school or charitable insti
tution not under the control ef the
state: and oppose tho incorporation
into the general appropriation bill of
items for the expenditure of public
money not authorized by law.
We demand the enactment of rigid
restrictions on foreign immigration,
both for protection of our country
against illiterate and vicious classes
from foreign lands and for protection of
our own people of the remainder of our
We commend the policy of the repub-
ican party m relation to internal im
provement?, and in particular in open
ing cur waterways to commerce, and we
denounce the illiberalitv of the demo
cratic party in these important matters.
T. E. Fell, sol. Hinscu,
closed with a feeling peroration, charg
ing the churches, by their apathy in
reformitory work, with being the great
est hinderancu to the nation's progress.
true theology is the nation's only
Simon Goes Under Again.
Defeated again as usual. The Oregon-
ian has met with a repulse in its effort to
boUter up Joe Simon. The Hume-Carey
faction are now in the lead by one ma
jority. General George II. Williams and
Sol Hirsh at thc head of the two factions
with 23 delegate each. The brainy Sol
Hirsch is reported as in sympathy with
the Hume-Caryites. If this be so, as re'
ported, Joe Simoa, the Oregonian man,
goes down to rise no more till he bobs
up in a new race.
Eugene is to have ono of the most in
tercsting race meetings. from the 20th to
the 23d of May inclusive, of all the
North Pacific circuit. The Association,
headed by Hon. S. II. Friendley as
president, have offered $3000 in purses
Among the one hundred horses now in
training there, there are Smith Bailey's
trotters, "Winchester," "Jake," and
several youngsters ; W. W. Cardwell's
runners, "Free Coinage" and "Black
Alder," all of Roseburg. Wm. McMul
len is handling Mr. Bailey's hones and
J. D. Parker is training for Mr. Cardwell.
Douglas county ought to get a Mice of
that ?30OO. Roseburg should build a
good winter track and join the circuit
next season. Nothing circulates a few
dollars more rapidly than a company ot
horsemen, with large stables of horses.
The Assessor Heard From.
To the republicans of Douglas county :
What difference does it make if a man is
a good man, be he an A. P. A., anti-A
P. A., Catholic, Methodist, or any other
denomination, Jew or heathen. Now,
part of my help is A . P. A. and part
anti-A P. A. They all think they are
right. We vote for republicans politic
ally, religion is not to be considered. So
put your shoulder to the wheel in June
and elect county, state, and national re
publican, and hurrah for McKinley.
J as. A. Steku.vu
For fine shoes go to Jay Brooks'.
A Balzman, the reliable jowoler.
J. T. Bryan, tho Busy Watchmaker.
For ladies' bu'iU and capes go to Jay
Don't miss our April iuuiion sale.
Exquisite! Those ladies' shirt waists
at tho Novelty Store.
Nobby suits and latest styles at Littlo
Jack's. Prices very low.
All stylea and qualities of hats at Abra
ham's. Bedrock prices.
A fine lino of cents' shoes at J. Abra
ham's. Prices just right.
Ladies' dress skirts and shirt waists in
great variety at Jay Brooks'.
Fon sale A good 24 pound saddle for
sale. To be seen at J. F. Barkers gro
A fine line of clothing ut Jack Abra
ham's gents furnishing storo at grertly
Tho latest thing in bells is the narrow
spangle and gold. Cheaper than you
can buy them in the city at tho Novelty
F. Eddy a first class upholsterer at
Simmon's second bawl store in Hen
drick's block opposite the depot. Sam
pies of work on exhibit.on.
The charming singer, Gracie Plaisted,
will appear in "Chanticleer Hall" on
Monday evening next. At luo opera
house. Securoyonr seats at tho Roso
Jack Abraham, in tho Taylor and Wit
son buildinsr. has the finest stock of
gents' furnishing goods ever brought to
this city. Prices the lowest ever before
heard of. Call and see.
Dr. J. W. Strange, who is attending
to the wants of the people of Bandon
and other places on the Coquille River,
will return so as to re-open his office oil
May 1st. Kindly reserve your dental
work for him.
The Baptist Young Peoples Union
will give a dime social in Mark's store
on Friday evening, April 17th. A good
program will be given and refreshments
served. All are invited and a good time
is assured. Committee.
Ladies' duck suits,
Ladiei' dress ekirts,
Styles the latest,
Prices the lowest,
At Jay Brooks'.
M. F. Rapp, J
A COMPLETE LINE
Jackson Street, Roseburg, Oregon.
Notice to Stockholders.
Stockholders are hereby notified tha
the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Douglas County Building A Loan
Association will be held at thc council
room in city hall, in the city of Roseburg,
Douglas county, state of Oregon, on
"Wednesday, April 15, 1S90, at 7:30 p.
m. of said day, for the purpose of elect
ing seven directors and three auditors
for the ensuing year, and for the tran
saction of such other business as may
legally come before the meeting.
M. F. Rait, Secretary.
Roseburg, Or., March 25, 1S00.
TN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF
Orcson. in Douglas county.
In the caller ot the estate ot Uriah Hawell,
Notice U hereby given that the undenigncd
admlniitrator of the above entitled estate hu
tiled hit final account in settlement thereof, and
Ut Court, by order duly made and entered of
record, has fixed Monday, Hay -I, IX;, at 10
o'clock a. m., for hearing objection if any there
be. to (aid account, and thc Anal aettlemcnt of
i saw estate. J. . hiuuiit,
ANOTHER PIONEER GONE.
Died, in this city, April 12th, 1SO0,
o:20 p. in., V. O. McLIallen, aged
years, 5 months and 1C days.
David C. McClallen, the subject of
this memoir, was born in Essex, Ver
mont, October 27, 1S29, and arrived at
bis majority in that state. He went to
Milwaukee, Wis., and was united in mar
riage with Miss Electa Burdick, October
1, IS57. They then went to
Champagne county, Illinois, whero they
resided two years. From Illinois they
came to Oregon and settled in Oakland,
June 1, 1S59, whero they resided seven
years, then removed to Canyonville, this
county, and engaged in the hotel bust
ness lor about two and a halt years,
luey men came lo uosebnrg ana en
gaged in the hotel business for most of
the time since. Mr. and Mrs. McClal
len are widely known all over this state
as artists in hotel management. The
traveling public will learn of Mr. Mc
Clallen's death with dc?p regret, as h e
was one of the most popular hotel keep
ers on this coast, noted for his genial
and accommodating spirit, ever mindful
of the comfort and convenience of his
guests while ULiler his roof, in which his
surviving companion on life's stormy
sea look a deep interest and contributed
greatly to his marked success in the
business to which Ihcy were eo well
During their residence in Douglas
county there were born to them eight
children, only two now survive, Harry
T., and Roy just entering upon his ma
jority. .Mr. .Mcui.iueu uas been in poor
health for about two jcare, caused by a
disease ot the kidneys. Tho immediate
cause of his death waa a stroke ofapo
plexy. He was up and about to within
three hourrf of his death, conversing as
usual in his proverbial pleasant manner,
But that fell destroyer, Death, came at
an unexpected moment and struck down
this old pioneer, and carried sorrow into
the family circle aud startled the com
munity with its sudden and unexpected
Tho funeral will take placo tomorrow
from the residence at 2 p. m. The re
mains will be laid at rest in tho family
grounds at the Odd Fellow's ctmelery
beside his children gone bclore. So cuds
the busy life of David C. McClallen, one
of the noted pioneers of Douglas county.
FUN T I C FUN !
AND HER OWN
Musical Comedy Company,
CAST OF CHARACTERS:
TINA MISS GRACIE PLAISTED
Harold Bartlett Mr. M. Delamotte
Tony Faust Mr. Frank Yalerga
Dudley Harcourt Mr. II. Lowellyn
Joe Shotwell, the old sport Mr. D. N. Warner
Farmer Hatzell Mr. H. Sherwood
Dr. Oliver Mr. Cornell Makin
Mrs. Fleeter Miss Dorothy Rossmore
Mrs. Hatzell Miss Minnie Ellsworth
Hazel Sanger Daise Tborne
Peck-a-boo Little Nina Cook
Act i. A happy homo in the country. (The scene is laid in
Pennsylvania.) The innocent young lovers. UnEclfieh love.
The adventuress and her scheming brother. The trap. The new
heir. A dark shadow flashes across tho doctor's mind.
Act h. Tony's palace in the city of New York. The
Ehadow darkens. A blighted heart and blinded eyes. Desertion.
True love and devotion.
Act hi. Return to thc old farm. Welcome arms to receive
the invalid. Kind treatment. Sincere love. Restoration and
j "Tina" tonight at the Opera House.
SYNOPSIS OF MUSICAL NUMBERS:
"Mary's Lullaby." (A coon hush.) "This Little Pig Went to
Market." "Take it Homo and Give it to the Baby." "You
Can't Play iu My Yard." "Tina, My Darling." "Ill Be Your
Sweetheart." ' Dimple Chin." "Honey, My Honey." "Won't
You Como to My Tea-Party?" "Love, I Dream of Thee."
"Baby Isn't Old Enough to Know." "Leader of Company B."
Finale "Sweethearts Again."
OFFICIAL STAFF FOR MISS GRACIE PLAISTED:
Business Manager . . .
Musical Director. . .
....Mr. John E.Nash
....Mr. Ad Greenfield
.Mr. Louis Heine
.Mr. Chas. N. Wnrner
Chanticleer Hall, April 14th.
Tito. JTntnp. 'Farm., east of town, has been plat
tfA mid ic now on the market in Lots and Blocks containing
3, 20, 30, and 40 acres, ranging in price from $25 to $100
a,t ?aTitinor n fnut. vegetable or chicken farm
.i-LXJ VU- , -0
or a suburban home ean now be accommodated on easy
All Intc 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
For information or conveyance, call at ony Keai
Estate Office, or on
Or T. BEIsDEBI Fropr,
SPRIttG 1 GOODS
IN GREHT VHRIETY
0. R. & K
K. McN'EILL, Becelvcr.
Gives the Choice of
. . Transcontinental . .
St. Paul Kansas City
low Hates to all Eastern L'ities.
ARE NOW ARRIVING AT
TIE 01 PI CI 51
AND IT WILL PAY TO SEE AND TRICE THEJt.
DRESS GOODS, CLOTHING, FANCY GOODS,
WAISTS AND CAPES, FURNISHING GOODS,
SHOES, HATS, ETC., ETC.
Of Tbe BKST Goods, Tlie I.ATU8T 8tIes. The
PORTLAND SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers leave Alnsvrorth dock, Portland, at 8
p. m., every live days. Cabin. $5.00, steerage,
THE THIRD ADDITION
ZIGLER & PATTERSON,.
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.?
COUNTRY PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Give us a call. Goods delivered to any part of the City in short order
Corner Lane & Sheridan Streets, KOSEBLKIt, OKtXil .
For a Good Drink of WHISKEY
A. T. THOMPSON
AND CALL POR
"THE PLANET" best whisky on earth.
L. SCHM1TT, Proprietor.
PATRONIZE EOME INDUSTRY.
Keep your Money at Home. Drink only home made Beer.
The Best in the Market.
Cleveland Distilling Go-
Manufacturers ol and Dealers in
PURE BRAflDIES AM) WHISKIES
LIQUORS FOR FAMILY flfiD MEDICINAL PURPOSES
A. B i JEC33C-tTL3Cat: "ST
ALL FIRST CLASS DRUG STORES 'AND SALOONS HANDLE OUR GOODS.
Goods delivered in quantities ot one trillion or raoic. Orders from Town and Country
Solicited, aud will be promptly attended to.
uuu, auu .0SEBURQ VON PESSL & DOERNER, Proprs
Marble and Granite Works.
For lull details call on or addres
V. C. LONDON,
Agent, Uoscbnrg, Oregon, or address
W. TEL. UTJJ?! ,TtUIi.T.
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co.
Eipreaa trains le&Te Portland daily.
Lt. - Portland - Ar.
Lt. - Roieburg - Lv.
Ar. - Ean Francisco Lt.
8:10 Ju X
11:10 r. x.
6:00 P. XI.
Above trains itoD at Hast Portland. Oregon
City, Woodburn, Salem, Turner, Marlon, Jeffer
son, Albany, Albany Junction, Tangent
Shedds, HaLscy, Harrisbnrg, Junction City,
imng. tngene, urcswen, urain, ana an iiauoiu
from Boscbnrg to Ashland inclusive
Roseburg JIail Daily.
8:30a. x. I Lt. - Portland - Ar. 14:40 r.x
520 p. x. Ar. Eosebursr - Lt. !8SOa.x.
Salem rassenjjer Dally.
6:15 p. x.
ILt. - Portland -Ar.
Ar. 1 10O5 a. x.
Lt. 1 80 A. X.
DIMNG CARS OX OGDEN II OUT E.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
SECO.D-CLAS.S SLEEPING CARS
Attached to all Through Trains.
West Side Division.
Uctwccn I'ortlaaid and Coryallls
Hail train daily (except Sunday).
7:30 A. M. I Lv.
12:15 P. X. I Ar.
Portland - Ar. I 5:40 p. x
Corrallls - Lt. 1 10 p. x
At Albany and Corrallis connect with trains
ot Oregon Central &Ejera railroad.
jcprcss train cany icieepi sunaay;.
4:45 P. X. ILt. -
8:25 A. X.
5:50 A. X.
Through Tickets to all Point In
tlie Eastern Slates, Canada and
Europe can be obtained at low
est rates Iroiu George EMcs, Agent
R KOEHLER. E. P. ROGERS,
Manager. Asst. b. F. s Pass. A gen
FR0JI TEKMLVAL OK INTERIOR T0IXT8
The) Northern) Pacific)
Is the Line to Tale
To all Points East and South.
t is the DINING CAR ROUTE. It runs through
VESTIBULED TRAINS EVERY DAY
IN THE YEAR to.
8T. PAUL and CHICAGO
(SO CHASGE OF CASS)
Compoted ol Dining Cars Unsurpassed,
Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers,
01 Latest Equipment,
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
Best that can be constructed and in
which accommodations are both FREE
and FURNISHED to holders of First or
Second-class Tickets, and
ELEGANT D.VV COUCHES
A Continuous line connecting with All Lines,
affording Direct and Uninterrupted Service.
Pullman Sleeper reservations can be secured in
advance through any agent ol the road.
THROUCH TICKETS To and Irani all Points in
amLujjx, lingiaau ana tnrope can be purchased
at any Ticket Office of this Company.
Pull infnrrnntfnn iHiTuvmtni. : -1
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trains, mn m nnil nlha. .1 ..... ;i . r.. : -i i
application to any agent, or
A. D. CUARLTOrV,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
No. 121 First St, cor. Washineton.
7?otiA im Vir'oTOTi .11 i it .
v ma huuiu ib may cuu-
eem tint I hvre a ppomted D, W. Sttarns of Cal.
flnni. I... T". ... T . . . .
precinct; postofice address. Oakland; also A. J.
Chapman of Wilbur, and Ralph Smith, at Rose
burg, to act during my absence, and others wil
ba added as parties Inspected make- tkelr dealrs
Boaeburg, May 4th, 1SST.
, , , THOS. SMITH,
Inpeclsor of Stock far Douglas county, 'Or.
Dealers in all kinds ol
Marble and Granite Monuments
Portland Cement Curbing
JToi Cemetery JLots.
Estimates Furnished on all kinds of Cemetery Work
Oillcc anil HnlcHrooui. 711 onk Street.
This old reliable
tne most successful
Specialist in San Fran
cisco, still continues to
cure all Sexual and
Seminal Diseases, such
as (ionnorrhora. Gleet
Stricture. yphilILs in
all its forms. Skin Di
seases, Ncrtous Debit
it v. mmf.nnf cx
" v. vi. i.uiiiiuvu, mu conse
quence ol self abuse aud excesses producing the
following symptoms; sallow countenance, dark
. i ... luuvti.., emu m me mau, ringing
in the cars, loss of confidence, diffidence in a
proachlng strangers, palpetation of the hearts
weakness of the limbs and back, loss of memory
pimples on thc face, couchs, consumption, etc
DR. GIBBON has practiced in San FranciVco
over thirty years and thoe troubled should not
fail to consult him and receive the benefit of
his great skill and experience. Thc doctor
Cures When others full. TirMm -..- .'r
reasonable. Call or write.
Dr. J. F. Qibbon, 625 Kearney Street,