THE PLAIN DEALER fobiuhcl Monday aud Thuraday. ttf Tut fUlUDKALItR rUBI.lMllINU CO. K. II. KTRA1 KURD . V.. T. BKNJAMIM,..,. Kdllnr. . ..Manager. NulMicrlplloN Rated. On Vear.. .. - Hit Month! - - ....1130 .... 7 ... SC I'ure Moolh KKttUrAUY i.'0. 18!KI. WANTLD: A fint-oli for uinn and Job i-rintor can lluil employment In llils oflico. Will either y wanes or arrant that Lb take in interest in the business. A good position Ijr ilia rUht kiaJ of a man. Ltettor wri'e Wore you coma. Address, Editor IVundkai.kh, Uosc burg, Oregon. Hotter not "i-cak too harshly ut the Filipinos. Tbey nuy he voters boi u. Why id populiot ktaU'Siniu Uka whale? llecaute he no soutur stiikes the surface, tli.m li Ileitis to s,out aud blow. Most women ara happy il I hey have plenty ol new cloth a and some place to go to show l hem. A uiao is ah riht as ioiitf aa be has plenty I o eat, cl"Uies or no clothes. lid you ever no'ioe that aheu you are iu a duriy so:uo 1. 1 io t iuMsis on telling youajike, and I h at tha greater your hurry the moro aatei,ut:i! an.l threai bare the joke? A number of bills have passed the legislature, which are ol general inter est to the people of the county which we will publish in full as soon as they can be secured from the state printer. It u reported that A well knoau mem ber of the lowei house of the Oregon leg islator met with a serious accident at Salem last week, Ha was couibiag bis hair and got his lingeni caught in the wheels. Hereafter real supervisors will be elected by the people iasiead of bring ap pointed as heretofore. This is a move in the right direction as the supervisors will now be responsible to the peop'e whom they represent and 'not to the county court. livery country has its advantages, but we never struck a ountry in which a man can g-.t to inuoii solid c.mfort as be can in Alaska, whe.e ha can go to bed tit 8 p. m., after four hours if darkness, and get up at 1) a. in., and eat his breakfast by lamplight. The Ashland Tow n Talk has changed hands, Oeo. C. Stanley having disposed of his interest iu the aper to T. F. Ker shaw and O 13. Allen, who will continue its publication. Town Talk is a bright, newsy and interesting country paper and the new publishers will no doubt see that it grows brighter nod better as it grows olde. ' The members of the Oregon legislature receive three djlhrs crdiy and the members ct tue YYaahiugtoa bjJy are paid fj.A member of the present legisla lure in this state says that the extra two dollars is ior living in O.'ympia, and adds that it i the hardest came 1 uijuey that he ever got hold of iu his his. ea'.tle Argus. The people of Douglas county vj!uJ in favor of the union ticket by a g'jod work ing majority, aud so far as iKjgribia all the appointive offices ehoulj be tilled with men in harmony with ths p.tity in power. We notice, however, that in most place?, like the principal road su per visors hips, the republican strikers who have held these ollices for years to the exclusion of good men of other par ties, have bad the sublime "cheek" to attempt to bold their jobs and have peti tioned, begged and fawned iu some cases for a continuance of their installment of the public pap. We are only sorry that a few of them have been retained, so pa thetic were their mournful pleadings. KoEeborg Review. The above is a fair sample of the pop ocratiu idea oft the disposition of th3 pub lic patronage which goes with party sue cess. On the whole we are inclined to think that the Keview is absut right, and if two or three republicans have "had the sublime cheek" ti attempt to bold on to the very honorable and re munerative job ol real supervisor, we re in favor of their being firid at once as advocate 3 by the Ileview and we are only surprised that even one or two road supervisors have been left In office in view of tbe hoard of hungry reformers who are tramping on each other' toes in their frantic efforts to reach the "pie counter." But while we are on the Bub'ectletm IjoV at the other tide of the question. It can Lordly be expected that a democrat or populism wou'db.e the "sublime cheek" to attempt to hold on lo job under a republican adminis tration, much lest to "petition, beg and fawp" for such a position. Let us see. There is Dr. l'ao, of Oakland, one of the most rabbid, unreasonable, unscrup ulous, partisan democrats in the state of Oregon, has for yoarshold and still holds the position of peusion examiner. There il no man in Douglas ciunty, nor in the state of Oregon, who Is more bitter in his opposition to republican principals than is Dr. 1'sg. Then there ii Dr. Walter Hamilton, ol Rjsoburg, who uUo holds the position of pension examiner. Dr. llamilt n is also an uncompromising democrat, a member of a prominent democratic family, whose members are bow, and have always been bitter, dem ocratic partisans alw.tys contributing lib erally of their lime, money and influence agaiujt every thing which savored of re publloaniuru. Dr. Hamilton not only holds the position of penslou examiner under the national adoiiaU tralion but he HOlJ me important position oi pnysician at the Oregon HoMiora' JI-mo under (he state adiiiininlratiou. Then there II Mr. Thackrah, another "dyed In the wool" democrat, who holds down a clerkship in the United States land office at lloeeburg at I00 per month. All these men are good cltir.ens an I so far as we know, are competent to peifeirm their duties, but they are not one whit more honest or competent, than are those republican road supervisors who were promptly fired from ollice In this county, and wo agree with the Keview, that if they had cue particle of relf respect they would promptly resign in order that thilr places could le filled "with meu in har mony with the party in power," and that it is an exhibition ot "sublime check to attempt to hold their J-ibe by tiotitioning, Iwgitiug andliwning for a continuance of their installment of the public pap." The Pimshkaiar will cheerfully co-operate with the Keview in an effort to leaiove every republican who holds a iob under the present fusion county administration, provided he will join us In an attempt to fire every demo crat and populist who holds a job under the republican state or national adminis tration, notwithstanding their "motivn ful tdeadinu" to bj a'lowe.l to hold their jibs. ''Turn the rascals out." Southwestern Oregon is the Italy of America. Last week the thermometer reg istered from 24 to S decrees lielow ero in the Eastern and Central statvs. Ctt! had their hoofs froeii off in Texar The snow was 0 fct deep in Colorado A A Kansas man's s'ock of whiskey froie solid in bis boo', leg, and skating was good in New Orleans. At the same time in the great I'mpqia valley io Southern Oregon tbo wild strawberries are in bloom the children gather wild (lowers t?y the road side. The bine birds are bnildihg their ues's. Stock which wis wintered on the range is becomicg fat and frisky and the populist statesman is taking on a 'jsg" of spring fever while his wife gathers "greens" for dinner. Surely Southern Oregon i the Italy of America. PROUD OF THEIR WORK! The Salem Statesman and all other journals of the l'ir-t congressional dis trict whicl laliorcd so hard to defeat Hon. Dinger Hermann for a nomination for congress, will please noto the amount Oregon haa received for tho im provement of her rivers and harbors in the present appropriation bill. Where, oh, where, are your appropriations foi the improvement of the Willamette river which you boasted so lustily you would get, it Hermann did not stand in the way? As predictel by u, the people of the Willamette valley are paying dear for their wbift'.le, and they are fast find ing out that Oregon has no member on the rivers and harbors committee. It will take forty yearj to bring Oregon baca to the position she occupied in re ceiving government aid tor improving her excellent harbors on the Tacific coast, which was gained by Hon. Dinger Hermann. A mere bagatelle, a measly pittance for the Columbia river, is all that is left of tha grand work done by Mr. Hermann for our water highways of this state. Mr. Hermann's enemie3 should be proud of their work ! Biker City Ke publican. THE REVIEW'S STILETTO. (OaklanJ Gucttv.) Tiio Koicburg Review again thrusts its stileto deep into the personel of tbe S. 1. railroad company, and not this alone, but t'.abs at every business and every holder of property in Roieburg. Only a few short mouths ago, the S I'. company was alout to move its division away from Koeeburg, and tbe fact that it is now i r.stiucting u small depot is evidence tht tbe company has not altogether abandoned this idea. Although Koseburg is tbe county seat, tbe country surrounding it will not sus tain its present number of lue.nees houses, and without tbe division many branches will close and every foot of Koseburg property will depreciate in value. If the diviBoiu is moved its departure from Koseburg will be wholly due to the bulldoz.ng policy which tbe Keview bat ever maintained toward the S. I. com pany. Every riiun in Douglas county has both a pride and in interest in Koee burg. It should become the principal town in Central Western Oregon, but we read iu the actions of the companv that the realization of this dream bangs upon a slender thread, a thread we wool 1 net be surprised to see brok'-n at any lime. When it was thought that tho divinion was al.o'Jt, to be moved, the Keview was greatly alarmed tn 1 urged that a com mittee of citizens call upon the com' pacy and labor for its retention, an 1 for a time its batterius were turned not upon the company, lut now, believing that the company baa fully determined to let tho division r main at Koseburg, after it hat Its work of improvment well under way, the Review a.aia shows its hydra head and strikes at tbe company with its old-time venom. We believe that long ago K jseburg would have had a new depot but for the attacks of the Keview, and while the fc. I'. company uity give little attention to its utterances yet the Keview is supposed to be the mouthpiece of every business man in Koseburg who supports it, and the S. 1. company, iu view of this statement, will do little to advance tho interests of Kcsebuiv. A railroad tan do much for a town. The H. I', company can do much for Koseburg or it can check its growth, depreciate its property and de stroy much of itu buBiucsH, To this cud tho Kavicw becmi to be Industriously laboring, und it bhoul I be patronized and tubtaiued by thote only who desire this ojiibuiiiiiialion. Washington, Feb. 17, The senate committee on commerce decided today to put the Morgan Nicaragua canal bill od tho liveand hadnr 1 1US DEATH OF FAlllli. rrcsldcnt ot trance a Mctim of Apoplexy. ATUCk CAMUWIIOL I V MINING Measures Taken to Suppress Divi ders When Public Should Leant New-Prance's Danger. Pakis, lei. Id. l'lei-idt-nt 1 .Hire d.ed from apop'cxy tonight. It Ima been known tcr sumo li re that hie health was weak, but tho first ii.ti mition that he was rick was given ut half past C thm afternoon, w lien i men- tag was dispatched to the prem er, M Dupuy, announcing that tho president was id. M. Dupuy immediately re paired to th Hl see. All medical etlorts tirovpd lu'il an I the lrcidort died on the stroke of 10. The tlsg on tho Hlysei was immedi ate! v bwcied to half mast, and the news was iMspatcbtd to ail the ollicor aud members id the cabinet, tleneral ZuriiuJen. military governor of Paris, tbe Krandchauctllcr of tho Legion of Honor, the prefect cf the Seine, the pre fect of the police of Paris, aud the presi dents of I tie senate and chamber of dep uties promptly arrived at the Klvsee. The report spread lapiJly throughout the city, and lare crowds assembled in the vicinity uf the pa'aiw M. D'.ipny commuuicated tho sua iu teiligence to M. I.vubet, president of the senate; M. Paul do Sehane!, president of the chamber of e'epu ios, the aiembcrs of the cabinet an I othrr high fumtio i aries, afttr which li9 uddros6cd the fol lowing diap.itch to a'l prcfeo'j and sub prefects in Franc : "I hate i he tad t:ik t) anuounco to you the death f the resident, which occurred at 10 o'clock thin tvening, as the result of ati apoplectic troke. lake the i.i-ivssarp metscii-s to infoim the population immediately ci the mourning that hai fallcu upon the icpu'.dic. The government depends up.u jour active vigilance at this painful juncture." It was not until I J o'clock that the news bewail to become knou t the gen eral public in lui. From this lime be gan a continuous arrival of public meu. Strict orders, however, were issued, ami only n:embeiscf the cabinet e.-e ad mitted to the Kiyste. The, president of the council and min ister of tbe ioteri.ir, M. Dupuy, idiU.st ed all prefects and cubprefects not to leave tbeir pos's, and directed all these who are absent to return immedia'.ely. oth:n3 coull have given the idea of pproacbioj death. L'p t) the very last M. Fauro icda'gid in his customary hab its of work, and tv.n in hi equestrian rides. He ate we 1 and slept regularly. Nevertheless, reverul times recently he had been heard to exclaim: "How weak my legs are I" and "I cau scarcely Stand !" or to make some bm h remark. He left h:a study about the usual hour at 7 o'clock last cvtninj; i Wedues dsy, tolling Ontjairet, chief of Lis stables, that ho would ride on honeback from 7 to 7:3J in the following morn'j'g (Thursday!, ll-i then retired to hispil ate apartments, diced with his family, went to bed at 10 o'cicck, got up this morning at 0, und iufo'uicd bis v.ilet that ho would not ride. M. Legall, cu learning of tht.J, hurried to tbe president, whom he found in hia dressing-room about tl:li a. in. M. Fauro said : 'I do not feel i.l, but I prefer to ab stain from fatiguing exerciso tuday." Otherwise tho president wo ke 1 us usual ar.d real the official documer.ts and dispatchee, with the newspapers, as was bis custom, in order to prepaid him self to preside at the coutcil whiih bi seaabled at 0 a. m. M. Faure presided with h's usuil abil ity, and on taking leave the ministers could not have imagined that thty were pressing bis hand for the lis' time. Ho took luncheon as usual at noon, returned to bis study a. 2, an J spent the after noon seated in a favorits arm chair by the fire, onverbimr wi.h M. Lsgall, who, about 5 o'clock, asked ptrmis'i .u to de part. At o p. in. M. Legall rulurne I, report ing himself to the president, who was then signing decrees presented by ' ien eral Baillu J, according to his daii" cus tom. The work of signing v;aa then about oyer, and souu ended. General liadloud had gone but a few minutes when tho preoideut culled M. Legall, eajiug, "Coa;e quickly. 1 letl ill." When Si. Legall reached him, the president was rubbing his forehead and saying, "I do not feel well." M. Legall asked if he felt paiu, and the president replied : ' I Itel a general weakness. I am fuiuting." Dr. Humbert, on urrivifcg, gave ether inhalation. He did not consider the case seriuuH, but, on uiiuing miu nis patient jlid not revive, he decided to in ject caflein. Tho prtbident was appar ently aware of the seriousness of the at trv v, for be murmured : erne hens partir. do euis perdu, perdu," ("I feel my Betises failing me. I am gone, all gone ;, arm nu ex pressed a desire to fte his wife and child ren. When Mine. Fauio and Mile. Lucie Fauro entered the room, the prchi b.nt exclaimed : ' Je sui bin bo'ill'orant, j buis punlu." (I am suffering greiitly ; I am lost.; At 8 o'clock, when the doctor had ac quainted M, Legall with bin worat fears, the latter informed .V. Dupuy, "K '"' nounct d his intention to coum lo tho Klyste, hut on M. Deguli ot.Hi I yin that hia prtbiuice miht iieedleHly iil.irm Mm). Fame, who was not awiiic of the g ,l y ( ti e ilMittn, ilia premier aald h would remain al th ndnisHy id the liter lor, in readiness t com at any iitoiuent. At the tame time lie sum mon I the members of the cabinet. Meanwhile M. Faure remained on the a.da, rppiM'im that ho had no illusions as to the isn'io of the attack. His wife camo to him and he bade her an allVc tieiisL fureivel'. It a tombing scene He tlmiiked her for tbe affection and devotion shu bad coimtanvly shown him, ai d then b 1mIo famaell to Ida daughter, the dKt.rs and hia potS'inal atton dan's, thinking all for their car and devotion, and afkii g them lo par don any hasty wor.la he uilghl ever have uttered. I'ntd a late hour the crowds re mniuod in front of the Elvcee. tn the boulevards the greatest emotion was dis played. AH sin et vendors ceased their sales and l.uiried off to await tho special edition ol ilu papers itlvnm details. Many of tho papers ri already out at this Imiir tl o'clock Friday n orning.) with btief details of the death. l'..i;. i.ms heatd tho news they were leaving the pi ee c( auiuseinenl, but wiio ii't 'tly In iidii!ous at first, so sud den and unexpected was tbo calamity. All the st'ecta in tho vicinity of the lHygee- have beei tl luig up for several Injurs with priat cariiages), whose oc cupants wait anxiously lor further In foruvaiiop. At lulf past I- an older was issue I IIhi! i. o one should l e admitted to the pal ice. M. Fauro'a body has not been removed Irotu the study, where he sigued so many decrees and law. Thus it may be said he liti rally died in the harness. In the little room kcon to all who ever ic.vived an audie ot him, luuiislud und d.H-orated in the style of Louis XVII, be now sleeps his last sleep ou a brass bedstead in tho circular end of th room, lacing the win low . Kay llursb ol Comjuy C, First Cali fornia volunteer, who in reixirttd as wounded in au eutageui-?nt with Fill piuos, is ti e o:i ot E. O. llursb, a spe cial examiner of tho t'nited States IVn sion Hnre.i'i, w iih head i'iarlcrs m this City ;it hOJ Oak street, who served during the Civil war in a Wisconsin regiu ent an 1 h si l i" hf! ami at Petersburg Va , April ISO'1. U iy finish aa bum iu Ko-e't uu1, Or., h years ego, on the very day of the month that the rews ot his mishap wa received here, lie enlisted among tlij Firt California iu this war u lii! hi alii r w.H t' sent from the ci:v, ai.d whenaskel why ho had notllMllWW waited until . i .. t r . ; i his father' return he te n't u isli lo I o a hack i.um- l er." Iles sn k and m the hospital some time i.g . an I was ti l l lhi he Caro. could get hi ilibc.'ia'g.-, Although, like Lole Junes, w ho has been at Keswick, all Lis comrades, very anxious to return j (jaif., f,)r tho past Uo months-, bus te hou.e, ha i:e:liued the oiler, refusing to turned bon e. leave while there was work to do in Ma -San l'latuircj Chronicle. Leu da v. i:i'ij brock was in tho city S.itur Poor ant; W r.c! tj.-3icnii irouo.o Appetite - Now Cotter In Every V.' 3y - t . l'l I . a!!(! co :!d iv; : t'j eula.: ii imi territ.l;-. I ! t poor a id n i'; v. or ;. I ' n A Del c.ito Child. i . : '. ' .'. k n r.uddi V, col.l i -:i i'l p.. P.ei:i, "Hi j. ct ::ch"( 1 iroui.h ! .)ur'oe'l :" apjx.'tit? n:ut r;riw .i ft I lib! not feel 1:1. c ti'.i.iJt H'jo.t'u S.ifKipa- rilla. I: a piared, I elc rt lime tbe eougli uisap vi.ll, had a good appetilo and I was l;e;ter in every way. Itt spring I was not f elin well. I had no ap petite and no itrirn-th. I r-sorted to like ivor!;. Jlv little neplicv n.i n deli- catc child and lint a hurvor which trou bled him fj he j .!d io I ret at night, lie has tos' ii : f a Ii it: Its of Hood's t'ar saparilla and n .v. h. na.s a sroud oppetito and ii aldo to !.- o." Mi. Adhie J. FKKKMA.v, South Dcxbure, Mass. OOd'S barilla Ii tie-1 in Tru l;i 'Mi Purifier. Ah drtij.'ibsts. tl. Hood's Pib .ir" tho If-t litter 'hiiiii r i.illi. :vid li!iest!o:i. Vio. Administrator's Notice. O'llrt: IS' HllltKiiV I V r.N , III A I IIIK i:.i l in (i':iiiiiimtrior or me erie ( Im,).i '..n N:i li:, ! eeukeJ, has tiled Inn Mini le .-omit with the l oiit.iT Clerk ol DoiiK'ao ( .iiii.lv, uii-i.mii. and Ihe Ho"- I'omity Jiiil h -I M'.h'Uv the litli ilry of Mareh, lsw, t V ii i : m k b. i.i. m llic time lor hearing objections t'i cii'l i-oiiiit uril ir the aeltlenietit ul th m'.ir. K'j i,'iik-. in .in. Jan'ury :W, IHW. 1. II NichoU. Jr. AilliiinulriiUir. Handsome Strong Speedy 1899 Fitted with special heavy tread G & J tires, are TheUest RAHHLERS and IDEALS evr Built, The Best Wheels ever Built, New '99 pop ular list prices: 1 'i-j-i 107-109-1 1 j l'rantlicrs: Spokane, Taconui, Seattle. ADJOURNED SINE DIE Closing Dy ol the Legislature a Ddy ol Recesses. M1.IIT ON AITROrRIMION BltlS Special Law on Which the Ivvo Mouses J.irred.W aa Passed No. 1 Died of Neglect JiSAi rx.Or, Fel. IS "I ho Icgli I nine ac joniiiod sun dio ut 7 till, i k (h.at'Vci iig, necordiog lo,thn record; ieally was neaily Imlf nn hour later when ll nil ali mi ninent cniue.Tltoth honsea Lhii I tH-en dwadling .tlirmiuh thu afternoon being iu i ecu inoul oCi he It line, wait lug for the t iirolltui'iit anil Jelgidng ol bills. It an di e ned ojfer to be iu re cesn than to pi em rve tho form of a con tin U ma session. Aside f i oiii the formalities ol finishing up necessary matleia in hand, the par fug of the special appropriation bill a as the (eaturo of tho do . Tne house cn'ly tin iiioriiintf,bt fore adj.jUiiiii g yesli rdny'e sersi ui, refused lo eorcur iu the seusto'e reductions In ihn bill, except in tho of the appropriation for the. slate school land I'epmimeiit, which ha 1 Peen put lutl e general approprialiou bill pro vioueiy passed and concerning which there was supposed to be'no iiiestlon. This morning, however, it grew;ubslre l roils aud refused 'to concur in even those emendation, 'and the bill was sent back to the senate, which refused to recede from its amendments, and asked for a conference. The hous ac ceded to the ropiest, and Senators Mac Kay aud Keed and Representative Heach and Flagg wore named as the con ferees. Il was noon before they got al work, 'and 3 oMock ttforn they were able 1 1 repoit to the tao houxer. Tho fee Mid special 'appropriation lull containing the claim of John Hail ai d a few ther not deemed of sutliciei.t mer it to eiititlo'ltieui lo.havo a place in either the r.gular or special appropria tion bills, died of neglect in the nim'e, f!ir Hall' $Mi.)l) claim had teen nit I Mius Amelia Joseph of lVrtlund is ; visiting her uncles Simon and Is.olcre I Notice of Lstray. One roun steer about live year old, with large horns, mark, smooth crop off left ear and two split iu riitht. j Owner will please call for same and : settle damage. J. K. WlLUON, Camas Vulley, Or. Administrator's Notice. Niiltro t hereby ifiveii thnt the uii'l. r -mn. .I wtut nil the li'lh Cv oi Kclruiir . ilnljf n.xinl'l n ImliiMrntor ol the mie l t". Heiijnmiri, Ueeex"l. All p. r-mi lilni llms mjiilmt fiml cslnte re lur lir rviuln 'l to prrfviil the i-me r"-rly verlllel, 0 lie' id .nilnltiioriit lite PUlinli mI. r oilne, m ttusebiirv, lOntiRla l ouiity, Oretoii, w liiini li miiiuh Iroin lholte hen ot. l)Uil Itiis '.Utti liny ol Krt.nmry, A l. W. K. IIKNJAMIN AJuiluUtranir. Administrator's Notice. Unit the uii'li'rl-mc i aN mi on the sun ilnjr nut on the 'J"th iIht "1 JiniHr , iw, iui nlilxtllltt'il liltltmiKiraior in mu i-iwiv; ... jn...- k. Mitchell. lc-ed. All j.er.iM IikUiij; . IhIiik n-4Mlnt nahl rsiKte nn- h.-rvhy ie.iilr.-l lo i.re ul Ihe 'uo prl" rlr verllleil, lo Ihe ail tilmiuMrator ill Ihu luw ultii-e ( A. M. I rtnfiinl, In Koelniru, liouslM foiinly, Ore gon, within ix monlln from the tit lureol. loatci thU.,thd.yof .WJs.i A.lmlililrntur ol the Kiitnlcol Junie K. Mileh til, LiecviM.'J. Notice. t'si nn ; it i Las u orm K, KoxebniK, Oreg.m, Kth. 10, i'J. v .... .. I. 1,.,,, I.v glv.n Ihat the 01'ITIHi.ll nlat'ol min. y )( the (ullouliig t. iihl. liae nceii rei . lv el fMlu the hurvejur liein riil Inr Oregon, to wit: I on iikhip ! , Itunge W et. 'I'owuiliip '-' Kanao cut T. .11 ...l,ii, T. H.. KaliKe M Went. .. iv ..,!,.... ,lv. Murih .. 1". !.'.. nt ., V.-l.-U a. m. ,aiil Iilatn will h tiled In till" ,.m.... .n.i ih,, Un.l rnilirueeil therein will 1a; .en loentry on uu.i on- 1 .I..., .1..!.. "I J II. IIOOIH. Migmler Keceiver. & IDEAL Bicycles $40. $30. $25. $20. Fred T. Merrill Cycle Co. (20 year pioneers.) Sixth St., Portland, Oregon. A. C. MARSTERS & CO. Acjcnts koKeburtf, - - - Oregon. They Are r: (r r 00 at - jr ' ivi v ...: .,-- -tsr ENCIISI AND GERMAN EXPERT SPfdISIS, flu' I'lii.ieimi. mi. I fiiirieoiia, all lirmtuntoa from Ilia tt Metlieal Cntlegri III Hi Worlil, luvorpiiratvil niittrr I lie I.nvra uf I'Mlllomlti for (ta 000, ICMtfibllMlicU Tvruly-riv Vrara, A part of the stall of the Knglish and German Kxptrt Specialists and Dr. Meyers & Co., will make their regular monthly visit to ROSEBURG, Thursday, February 23rd, 1899. They will he at the McCLALUiN HOUSE. t ONNl I.TATION ANII AUVICi: FHI Ji, A iu u iik llic Atliiitiila Curril by llic i:iullali aud Ociiiiaii ICapcrl npviiaiiata are lite 'oIiowIiiki llrlKhl. Hnee ami all nthea lleae n( Hie K i.tne) a : )l.eei n Ihe Bla lJer, I'rinar Or Kin. 1 lier, .--iiteen. Spine, ll.meN, llenrt, Hloruaeli, Kye, Kar, rk III all, I NrrtM. Alan laiover' I.1..-.I 111. si t, lll.N'.l l',il...i ami Senilula. 4'alarrli, Teiuilllla rnniiiii.li.n. Ilnirieltllla, Atlhoia, an. I i.iher ThiMal ami l ung 1 rtiul.l. . Tuirnra, Ivl.irniltlr., Iniomtila, lieUiiehuljf, rralfH, Riiiture. 1 u uterjr. In-H'l'"l. Neuralgia, llheumall.nl, Hllrt mil Mitotlrn Julnli; Kainala trw liauin, liicliiillng OMirian Ti..iil.'.-. l'llea, ritlula, Otir.lly. King Worm and Uoltar. Tot acao, I'l'liiui. l iKaiiie an I l..inir ItnLll. Itra.laelie, I rj ilpelaJ. llout, 1 a Wurtn, llllloiunr.., Vtvff, Hall SI. me. Keema. Kret kl,., Illai klieait., Caueer, ete., ati.l t liMnlc lieaae gent rally. 1K MKVKK-tAtu Hire .Vni.u. UeLillly, Ut MaiititHal an.) all IVIralti Mafatra. luelag ill); e Hila.;l,,iu IiUhkI ki,hiii, .(Hi, kl) and peraiaiietitljr, and al rei.oual.le ralaa. 1 he Kiml!li au.t (..Tinnii Kxjm rl HH'lallli and lr. Mexcn li l'o. ar Hot only enmiHfleiil aa 4 n llnt.le, hut nierv. .11, !e, l aing Ihu ked r aniile eavltal aii'l ahly managed. Iil.tuM.- iiliitli liae tultled the .kill of olln r ,iyl, lain ati.l . I ul.lxiruly ralund to y laid la oidliiary iia.lu tm , im thiHln and a.iiaurea, are .julikly .utxlued and uiaatarad l y lhf uo eisnlul.liH tor.. The) hai e the larw-- and tx'.t r.iulipcl medical liinlltullou la Anirrka. Call on llic llotTorn wliru lliry coiuc-All ailing in-onle tlmuld at th ng lull and ikriuan Kx il .s.ceull.la A frlvDdly talk, wlileti co.li aUoluIely nutliliig, la bouod la result In a meal al ol UiKt, h.Tlier In altaelil II taken or lint. IIMi: CI'MI:M -V title II l i-relerahle III many lualaiieea lox a llrul, t tie kugllab and Hen, iu K ert .- tlnll-ta liave cured lhounan.lt of eroiii whom lliry have nerrr artn. If )ou laiiuot arc Ihe dm Ion, ntlio ll.e home office fur 'Uiatlnn Hal. A.lrlcaj In regard to our ailmeiil, tKiok ler men and uoiiirii ami In atlar oil any dlaraar- All I'rce. Cormpoad l nee and olh. nlealliiKa Willi pallenta or ,fo.eclic pallelita aaerrdly eoundentlal. Tcriuniiutl 1-rlccH wiililu Krach of All. THE ENGLISH AND GERMAN EXPERT SPECIALISTS 7Ji Market St., 5an Francisco, anil THE NEW YORK BOTH One Year for $1.75. .1 et rr,.nl, itl'li e lit.iilala, luleiei.iiig nluirl alorlea, aeleulilie all. I m liauleal llitiiriiiatlnn, lllui (rated fio.lil.iu uilu.l.'i, hiiuuiroiia 'ililurua, and II llitriietlo and riiteilaiiiiug to fiery monibei of every fmiiily. Li tl Mm The Uniform (uality of the work manship in our clothing is one of its strong points. Kach garment is as carefully cut and tailored throughout as though made to order. Sec our new I'all .Suits. JOSEPHSON'S Coming ! WEEKLY TRIBUNE THKORKAT NATIONAL FAMILY NEWSPAPER m FARMERS a VILLAGERS. and jour lavorllo lioma iair. an Agricultural Drfanmoul of Ilia high I f eat 111 IL and ' nieilt. all liniorlaul hewa the Nation orld, iinii.relieiilvp and rellaolr mark lE PIAIEA1ER Klvea you nil Ihe l.icnl lien a, H,lukl Kid am'ial, kcrpa you Iu i'l touch tilth jour rielghtMinran.l Irieinta, on the farm and n the village. Send all subscriptions to the THE PLAINDHALER, Roseburg, Ore. MENS Shoes That Hake Friends arc the only kind we wish to .sell. They are the only kiudvc do sell, and with each pair we sell wc make a new friend. Thev arc not niy stylish but good Llcar through. See our Shoe line.