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EVERY FIUDA Y A 1' T K It N O (
IAVI1 Tj. STITT.
One Year ?2 00
Six Mouths 1 00
Throe Mouths .r0
This papor Is entered nt the Bandon post
ollioe ns Second-clnss Matter.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1S00.
I'KOTECTIOX VS. STRIKES.
It would appear from tho follow
ing written to the State Democrat
and signed "S. that a high pro
tective tariff does not check strikes
and may even aggravate them.
The advocates of "protection"' will
please consider tho following and
give us the result of their considera
tion: Of the 22l important strikes
which have occurred since Harrison's
election only 27 have occurred in in
dustries not specially "protected" by
high tariff taxation. Tho remaining
11)0 were all in industries which, un
der the high tan If, have a monopoly
of tho market, and are supported by
taxes levied on the labor employed in
them, and all other industries. The
silk-workers' strike in New 4rsi'v
was against a reduction of wages un
der a "protective' tax of T0 per cent.
The coal operators of Pennsylvania,
who shut down and threw 7.000 men
out of employment, are protected by
a tax of 75 cents a ton against the im
portation of soft coal. Tho New
York carpet manufacturers, who
marched their men in Harrison pro
cessions and cut wages all along the
the hue after his election, are highly
favored by the tariff.
The highly "protective'' Clark
thread mills in New Jersey forced n
15 per cent, reduction of wages in
April, and in the same month 10.000
men were thrown out of work by the
closing down of mills, mines and
factories, all "protected." The coal
and iron strikes in Pennsylvania
against a reduction were followed b
collapses in the woolen industry, for
which a triple iariff is levied.
These cases are only a few frcni
tne long record of disasters, strikes
and reductions of wages which have
followed the adoption of tho Kopub
lican declaration, that every dollar of
the tax on whisky must be repealed
rather than surrender a dollar of tho
tax on the necessaries of life.
Our "protective tariff friends view
these things only from a pre d'el
and party standpoint. Our "party"
rings out the cry. and we swell the
chorus with happj acvlanuttions of
hearty endorsement. "(mi cv "party"
sees the "hand writing on the wall."
and with Harrison at the head, we
advocate a revision of the tariif, so
that in a measure we may drown the
sounds of rejoicing of our Demo
cratic friend at the downfall of lo
p leuii i--,u ss i. - ' v.-. i
by il." vuice of thy peoTi in the re
liav work so u; mav
Oivoo foon rrfdoein herself from the
"M;!in tLr.'udctn" in wlnVh sue was
c-.-t :u o .r l:j-:r -k-ctic:i. ami may our
;p husbaiidui":!, our manufactories
od onr every industry r.-ceivo new
uixs by a return to tlru wm of tax
ation which guarantee-) equality to all
The Lighthouse Board has submit
ted its report for the fiscal year end
ing June 30, 1889, to the Secretary of
the Treasury. At the close of the
year there were under control of the
board 1.021 lighthouses and lighted
beacons, 1.328 lights on Western riv
ers, and -1.284 buoys of various kinds.
In the maintenance of these there are
employed 1,031 light keepers and a
number of miscellaneous employes.
The estimates for the ensuing year
aro S2.o7(5.7(M). The estimates for
special appop.i .tions aggregate 3 -200.G50.
Tho deficiency estimators
The board reports that the effort to
light Gedney Channel, New York
Hay. by electric lights, has been suc
cessful thus far. Scicnfflc American.
An other deposit of tin ore is re
ported, this time in Langcll valley,
Ivlamath Co., Oregon. This makes
three now known in the United Statss.
One of these is now being worked in
the lilack hills, and tho other is a re
cent discovery in Washington. If
the Oregon and Washington deposits
prove valuable, it will probably not
be many years before the United
States will cease to import that most
valuable metal, and possibly begin
Thelitile cigarette is not kicking
ag.'iinst the tobacco tax. it is thriving
under it According to the renort of
the commissioner of internal revenue,
cigarette manufacturing is the mort
prosperous industry iu the country.
The increase in the number of ciga
rettes smoked in this country last
year is something near 3,U(lO,000.
And yet tho President says that to
bacco culture is an important agri
cultural industry which needs to be
relieved from taxation, while the
workingiiion should be forced to con
tinue paying double price for his
flannel shirt and for the salt that goes
into his broad. The President's view
seems to be based on the theory that
the cigarette is a tender little article
that ufcds the fostering care of the
government while the workinginan is
a robust fellow who can stand double
taxation. Ho will discover later on
that tho cigarette has no vote, while
the workingman has. La Grande
A cavo occurred at the Lane mine.
Augeles camp. Calaveras co.. Cal.. on
the 2nd ult . by which sixteen men
lost their livs. A!llip of recover
ing the b. h. s i.-.s be. n fciu'ii u;
Nearly all have famil :.
While electricity is killing people
on tho smallest pu.ocation and burn
iug buildings, there are two murder
ers waiting execution in New York
for the courts to find out wnether it
will do fatal work. Some of the in
quests ought to afford information.
The government of the kingdom of
Hawaii is seriously considering how
to stop Chinese iinniirati. i:. The
Chinese population already amounts
to about one liith of the entire . t
lation. on the ilaud and if not ei- i-L.-d
they will soon be in the an. en . .cy,
anil trouble may follow.
It is reported that the !' uc-o
government i anxious for iVm i -ilro
to leave Portugal. The c ilni.
with which the people of i '!: ' ; I
iop!edthe owrthiow of the etnpae
and the establishment of a republic
encourages the radicals of Lislxm to
believe that they will event lualy
achieve a quiet, bloodless revou.i!
It is reported that six hundred and
fifty families in .Miner count y. South
: Dakota, are in need of aid if thev es
cape starvation this winter. (low
Mellette says the reports of the suf
fering have not been exaggerated,
and the claim that there is hut li.tle
suffering, is made by real estate men
and boomers. A failure of crops is
the cause of their sufferings.
Seattle, which a few months ago
was devastated by tire announces that
it has raised s2".oi:. to be given i the
winner of the Sullivan-Jackson light,
provided the mill takes place at or
near Seattle within nine months.
Those who contributed money to
llame-swept Seattle to assist her in
re-building her industries, evidently
didn't include mills of the character
suggested. Siuulay Welcome.
In Minnesota a new law is in oper
ation wjiiich provides that any person
found guilty the third time for drunk
enness shall be imprisoned f"r thity
days in j- i'. w'th no alternative in wa
of line. ini o the law wen: into ef
fect there has been a marked deer ase
in the number of drunken men seen
on the streets. Tf the law were a
niended so as to make it applicable to
tho first offence, the number would
still further decrease. K.r.
At Portland on the 21 s of Dec. the
Metropolian Electric Kail way Com
pany attempted to make a trial transit
onrsecond street, and accordingly af
ter puttinir a car upon the track.
tur:ed on the cut- by which the
cars were to be propelled. By some
means the condui- i: J cro--e. ivitli
the Willamette Kails el -chic light
wires ami the telephone wire, burn
ing out in an in-lant. so it i ivprted.
about 000 telephones incan
descent electric latp. the latter being
;n Cordray's theater.
Amnii'f the more inmortnnt bills to
! be i:dr-' I'scerl by So ' Dnlph ?
tii foil'' ir ; i '. : '.
at Poi-:. . : . o : : ;
n--:.rn,-d lr-d crrn ' " r.
P- ci;ic l-jtii'-iul cmiii; n; f .ran ''
office nt Portland: to repetd the
eirivtion and timlxr culture law, a:.;
un'nd the home-lead and de-e-t
land act: provi bug for a gun fn!'rv
for tile army and nvy o?. uo p-iiJic
OM-t . i t ! ; : . la '
of I:i'...it. ilep; . .- .'(' i. e
payment of the vijvgon and V ashing
ton Indiiin war debts f jr l.S5."-5ti.
One of the many schemes presented
to the International maritime con
gress is by a retired army officer, who
proposes a string of floating light
houses across the ocean, some of
them large enough to be used as ho
tels or places of refuge for ship
wrecked people. They could be con
nected by cal le with the laud, and
the daily news n.u:1 tii'i- ! f. r
nished to pas-ing vessel. 'J he-e
beacons would mark out the on an
paths and prevent collisions at
The captain thinks that by sttbim rg
ing the structure below iu action .f
the waves, the lighthouses w nihl In
stable and habitable.
Will the coming man wiite' N j
at all. There will be no more u-m-i
of his learning to write than of his
learning to spin. Writing wi:l :ae
become one of the lost an, an1
wholly unne.c.-sary art. by h- time
tho coming man appears. IL1 writ,
ing will be done by the phon gr.ph.
which will be placed on his desk :s
pens and ink aro no-., : ai d wiieaevi r
ho has ;i st ry. a oem. an s-ay, r a
private letter to indite lie will simply
talk into the phonograph and n-nd ou
the plate which has recorded his
words. The teaching of f-.:tr n.hip
will le unknown iti these! f she
future, and writing in we; : r.sei,j
fashioji v.ill be rig-r' . .: " :i
among barbaric methods x
hold the rude hien.glyj f i .,
tmcients to be. I'.otm j" s . .' .-.
A new explosive ha-been invented
by two Hungarian engineers. It is
called ecrosite, and is more powerful
than dynamite by a ratio of 100 to 70.
While the latter explosive frequently
goes off through careless handling
before anybody is ready for it. ecro
site may be carried from place to
place with perfect safety. It can be
used in riiles and cannons, and is far
moro deadly than gunpowder in war
Bombshells loaded with it, as j rev.-d
by recent experiments, explode wih
fearful 1 a. oc. h secret of jts man
u fact u re has bet n uicha.se I by the
Austrian government, and it is eloseh
kept, by tho Austrian war office. A
a means of killing off enemies it wou'd
seem to be a better thing than the
noiseless and smokeless powder, the
secret of which is sis closely held by
the Ciermsin government.
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any csise of Catarrh that
can not bo cured by taking Hall's Ca
K. .J. Ciu-k & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
We. iitidei ined. have known K. J.
Ciiuiiey for tho is...L 15 years, and be
lieve linn perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, siud iiuaucially
sible to carry out any obligations made
by their linn.
West fc Truax, wholosalo druggist,
Wahling, Kiunan & larviu, whole
sale druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
K. H. Van Hoesen, Csishier Toledo
National 5ank. Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Csitsirrh Cure is tsiken inter
nally, .acting directly upon the blood
.nit I mucuous surfaces of the system.
Price. 7oc. per bottle. Sold by all
"P 151VATK SCHOOU Tlio undursined
1. will ti-ach a ftmr mentlm toriuof pnva'.u
-cliool on tlie north suit of Floras creek,
to lifi;in on Monday. Novcinbir IStli, 1SSH.
Those lit'sirine hoard can he aci'onunoda
li'tl at I bins Nelson's at ,l.r() jer week.
Ttiition fee $10 ier quarter or sU-' for the
full term. W.M. S. GUKICIN.
ArPI.ICATIOX 1'OK L.KJOUU LICKXSK.
Notice is lu rohy ven that tho following
pt'tsti.m will he 'presented to tho Countv
Court of Coos county, Oregon, on the iHh
day of January. IMK):
To The Honorable County Court of Coos
We i tie undersigned legal voters of liandon
Precinct. Coos county. Oregon, would re
spectfully ask your honorable body to grant
Hubert Walker a license to sell spirituous.
tii...t ami vinous liquors iu less quantities
than one gallon, in bandon precinct. Coos
count v. Oregon, for the term of one vear.
.1 U'tiuiiu-. I! M Ko.-a. Wm Wilkt rson. W
C CoiVm.-in. C M ifouuhtop A F Knuuett. A
Dnv;s. I.t wis Tinner. Alex Turner. A Welch.
1U' fucker. J V Abbott. J II Milhr. -J A
Thompson. G W Koonts. James TMars,
Henry Sterlie vanl Wvant. J.ee KiKjuts.
J W ('olenian. a oetohum, T J Woinlen. E f
Havidstui. A T ShtH'timko, Jtiiues Wvant, U
F TupjH-r. J K Sumner. H Neely, A H' HueJc
ingham. Daniel H Koonts. Joel Winkler. C
Lon. Levi Snyder. V N Perrv. Kml Wul
schleger. Josep'li Curless, Charles T blnnien
nth r. PS Truman. John H Truman. GeoH
Truman. George iJe.nnett. Andrew Jnhuson,
L L Simpson, Kdwiu CrtHk. M L Krier. J A
Lauiiheiid. O P lUggiuhotliom. 0 P Potter.
T J Thrift. Alvin .Muuck. D W Kedditifr. J P
Notice is hereby given that thft f (lowing
pel it ion will be presented to tt" !'.mMv
Court of Coos count , Oregon. n the 'Jtli
dii of January IS'.tii:
To The Honorable Coun'j- Com' o
County. I heuoii:
We. "the undersigned legal voters
doa 1'iecinct. Coos count v, Oregon.
uhl r. s t-ct fully ask iyour honorable l ody to
gr.-itit W. A. licksoti a license to sell sjurit
i 'nit and vinous liquors in less tiian
tnt",s tiuin one gallon in l-.ununi ptetiuot,
(....-; eounty. Oregon, for the iariod of six
C Long. L Turner. John Hates. Jas K Sum
ner, limil Wulschleger. Mute Yoeum. A K
Honib.iL-eu. Jas Wvant. A C Hurninu. A
W. bs'er. W Moid. A Osborn. C P Potter. J
II (ir.u :!".- I -iiiit. I i! KtMiits. A K Suck nt.
D F Hutchinson. Kdw.ird .M Nelson. K 1)
Dickson. A Dais. F Harrows, (r W Koo'.its.
(i W.i.iams, O P HigLinliothom. Alvin
M-.n: (:e. V N P. rrv. C I Ulmueiir ther. L I.
Simps.in. hdwiu Cr k. li K TupiH-r. 1 .1
Thrift..! IWj v-..sh G.Ktlman.J W Cole
man. It 11 .:. ) A.sher.J t ) Curless. Levi
Snvder. Uolu Wnker. Lee Koonts. K Mor
gan. J F lVrrttt. Harvey Gross, H Voting
Ge Tge Heiuiett. J W Hawkins. A F Kelle.
S H Smith. FJ Dnvidson. John Cart u radii.
,t A Thimion. O FToppiiiii. ( .M Houghton.
..i.v .s ii reiy given that whereas on
tiWrt.f Mill- uas giaiitett the Uj.vler-.urr.ed.
II. K. Clul trom. gu.tr !i n of the iM-rsoiis
itkl estalvs II- rbert S.. 1.. I -T. ll. J. Al
Leri ami RiKtenek A Floyd, minors, by the
iHtttty C.i.. t of Coos eounty. ( r-gon. lost.l
ou miml" ltd one t ! and two (L'i of block
ti- ". i in Hit t n of Imndun in Cooscoun
'v. .,: -n.
. w : ."! !) viTtup'o" saiil inler of
I . I - d;tv of
. .11:,.) . .' :. .-.i li I. ur of one o'elock iu
the afternoon of siil day at the court house
diKir in Empire City. Oregon. iTer for sale
mil sell ti the highest bidder for cash in
hand said lots Nos. laual L in IJloek No. ,
in the town of IJandon. (Vhs county. Oregon.
Dated this I'd duv of December 1S'1.
M. E. CHII.STKO.M.
Ciuardian of Estates and Persons of Her
bert S.. L. EsTell. J. Albert and Roderick
A. Flovd, .Minors.
mi. si. i). DrxiiAM,
I lotitti jKtthic rinjsieian ami tiimjroit,
C()(ilTLLF CITV. OK.
Unm:: last i nt ranee to Olive Hotel.
J. II. ROBERTS,
u ai.uit in
(ion e r a 1 .He re h and i se.
ttYilTU: POINT. COOS COUNTV, ORE
Uttvs Country I'miliirc
do ov iti:. i
THE COSyiOPOLITAN ?
'IMF. ("A i:PFST ILLUSTRATED
Jii e n.s a Number. $2.10 a Year
THH COSMOPOLITAN is literally what
the pi ess univt-rsallj- calls it: 'The be.-t
and Cheapest Illustrated Magazine." in the
wo i Id.
An I iiiisiial Oppt.riunity.
J" e CosnioKi!it; :i per vear H
I i k l(i:rouni:i: " "" (!
I til- price of th publications 4 ID
We will lurijish Iiotli for only .'1 -10
f"Try it for a tar.
are those put up by
D. M. FERRY & CO.
Who are the Lt.reut
Seednmen in thcvrotld.
Beautifully IUujirated, Detcriptlre
for 1850 will be mailed FREE to all
applicants, and to last teaon' cus
tomers. It is better than ever. Ev
ery person using Garden, Flower
or Field SEEDS should tend for it.
D. M.FERRY 4. CO.
Druggist and Apothecary,
Is just in receipt of a new and
fresh htock of
Drugs and Chemicals,
Patent and Proprietary Preparations,
Peufumks, 13uushf.s, SroxoES, Soaps,
Nuts and Candies.
Cigars, Toliaeeort ami Cigarettes.
Fine Wines and Liquors for Medicinal and
The Bandon Laundry,
MKS. J. GKOSS, Proprietress.
Washing and Ironing done promptly and
well. Clothes called for and delivered.
IIiysician and Surgeon,
Officii? and residence,, Olive Hotel COQU1LLE
? CITY, OKFGON.
J. .M. SHSLIX,
ATTOUNKV AND;C0UNSEL0K AT LAW
i Will practice in all tho State and Fodcra
A TTOKNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
COQUILLE CITV, OISEGON
Notary l'ublio and General Insurance nad
Ileal Estate Agent.
.T. M. UPTON,
COUNSELOR AT LAW t CONVEYANCEK
Collections promptly attended to. Office
in "Hiindon Recorder'' building.
A. J. SIIKKAVOOI
AT' 1 1 HINEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
COQUILLE CITV, OREGON.
I i' Not an Public.
J. H. U1TON,
COUNSELOR at LAW-NOTARY PUHLIC
'oveyaneer ami General I.aiul
Collections Made Loans Negotiated
DENMARK. CURRY CO., OREGON.
V. M. I.ANOI.OI.S
A. II. TIUHFT.
THRIFT & LANGLOIS,
Dry Goods, Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes and Fancy
Shelf Hardware, Oil. Taints, Hrushet. Glass
Putty. Harm!. Leather.
Shipping, Fokwaiwing and Pun
A. D. Webster, Prop.
This Hotel i.s located nt tho mouth of tho
Cotpiillo River, overlooking the sea beach.
A splenilid Summer Resort.
A tine view of the sen ami seal rocks.
To and from the house, Kvcrj'thing done
to render quests comfortable and at the low
est livinir rates. Parties contemplating a
trip to Port Orford or any place down the
Const, should stop at this hotel. Stage
leave the house every morning. Saddle
horses to hire at all times-
Oeean House Koek,
From which point is the finest of all ocean
views, will bo shown guests.
The house is being remodeled, refitted and
refurnished with new bedroom sets. beds,
carpets, etc. "White ladies have been se
cured as help. No Mongolians hired or
K. J. M ULOSKY.
WM. T. M CI.OSKY
Dry Goods, Merchandise,
Hardware, Glassware, etc Tobncco and
Cignrs. Patent Medicines, etc Now and
fresh goods constantly received. Country
produce taken in exchange.
FOR THE REST BEER BUY OF
J. Walxer, Proprietor
Brows and has for sain in quanti
ties to suit, tho best beer in South
3r? A bar attached is supplied at
sill times with tho best of wines, ci
gars and liquors.
THE OLIVt HOTEL,
MltS. A. L. OJLIVK, Proprietress.
rpiIIS POPULAR HOTEL HAS RECENT
1 ly been put iu better order than before
and is truly a favorite resort.
The tables are supplied with nil tho Jdeli-
cacies to be had, and iuHtjleto.iin"t the most
The ilining-rooin and sleeping apartment
aru not inferior to any hotel in Southern
Oregon. MRS. A. L. OLIVE
C. F. DOE.
(S EXE It AIj
Coquille Mill and Tug Co.
iiVMt'ivn i r ifi.'i in Din -nv
Tug "Katie Cook.
FREIGHT TO AND FROM SAN FRAN
All at lowest living rates. All orders
J. A. COLLIER,
Hardware, Tinware, Stoves,
KilloK, Shot Guim. Cartridge.
A full lino of the goods carried by well
ipjointed Hardware Stores. Custom -work
promptly done. New goods constantly ar
Mrs. Etta Buckingham,
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
Ladles and Children's Ilati and
A fine assortment of Riblions, Lnces and
Embroidery. Children's Lace and Linen
Collars. Lace Curtains. Tidies and Red
spreads. Corsets and Ladies' Underwear.
."Mail Orders Solicited.
J. P. Tapper. Prop.
This hotel is located tit the ocean
and river wharves, stud at the tenni
nus of tho sttigo and steamer mail
Splendid Summer Jtexort.
Travelers roinj,r North or South con
nect with stsio and steamer
from this house.
The Bandon Feed Stable
E. Crook, Prop.
general teaming business is carried
on, ami there is always plenty of feed on
hand to supply customers. Prices reasonable
HULME & II ART,
nml 10 Oavis Street,
Wool, Grain and General
Solo Agents for
Childs Carbolcrystal Sheep
Dip and Scab Cure.
The Ilefit in Vine.
Company K, O. S. G.
Meet nt their Armory in Rnndon every
second Sunday in the month. Business
meeting 1 p. m. Drill immediately after.
C. RLUMENROTHEIt, Cnptnin
W 4' Lf i
THE NEW STORE NEAR THE OCEAN
J. B. Marshall & Son,
Groceries, Provisions, Nuts,
Pipes, Tobaccos and Cigars, Boots
and Shoes. New Goods.
J. J. WILSON,
Watchmaker and Jeweler
All kinds of repairing ueatlv done nnd
warranted nt reasonable rates. Orders la-,
ken for Watches and Jewelry not iu stock,.
Give me a call at my new shop on First St.,
IRVING- B. COOK,
(Formerly of Coquille Mill
and Tug Co.;
General Commission Agent
and dealer in
Flour, Heals and Eecd.
112 & 114 Front St.; SAN FRANCISCOi.
Highest market prices obtained for Apphw.
nnd all green fruits. Salt Salmon, Chittim.
Park, Hides. Skins, and Wool, Furs of aJL
kinds, Matchwood, Stave Rolts, and Produce
1 also buy, ns well as sell, goods on com
mission. Information of any kind will cost yon.
nothing. Inquiries will receive prompt ai
tention at my hands.
D. 13. Koonts.
J, "W. Hawked
HAWKINS & KOONTS.
Carpenter anil General Wood
Resides Putter, Reef nnd other Barrels,
they are prepared to make Churns, Putter
boxes and Putter-workers on short notice.
They mean business and will be found nt
their shop with a supply of barrels on hand-
THE FINE NEW SCHOONER,
EALPH J. LONG.
J. JENSEN, Master,
All freights delivered nt Bandon for
ton nud warehoused free.
Kronenberg & Son,
TIN, COPPER and IRON
Stoves, Guns, Fishing Tackle.
Harness and "Wooden "Ware.
Oilx, .Paints, Crockery. .Lamps
COQUILLE CITY, OREGON.
Highest Prices Puld for Hhlet,Ej;ff.Etc.
THE VKRY BEST 11IOTOS
AT LOWKST. rBICES.
Customers may have the work finished on
the spot or in San Francisco. v
We nro prepnred to supply meats and vi
keep none hut the best (piality. and solic t
the patronage of our old rustomers. and all
those in want of first class meat.
HOME km FABJVL
'he Leading Agricultural Joarn.ii of tho South and Weil.
Made by Farmers for Farmers.
As a record of Miccefiil agriculture. IIomk
iNi I;.km has no equal. Hverv topic relatniK
u ngricutture is opculv ilict:s.cl in Us column:
iv the farmers themelve5. No expense is . tared
a securing a full account of every notable sue
:ess on the farm. It t distinctively the
FARMERS' OWN PAPER.
A. record of their daily life, presented in a form
ind language which make it plain to nil.
ITS LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
Ton tains the names of the most progrcs.-ive farm
ers of the South and West. Tliey do not treat
jf theoretical farming, but of the actual eomli
.ions which confront us to-ttav:Il. 1-. JohtiMiti ;
Waldo V. Ilron-n : llenrv Stewart : John M. Stahl ;
A. I. Kord ; lefT. Wcllvifn ; Hugh T. llrooks ; John
2. Edgar; Steele's Bavou; T. B. Baldwin and x
host of others make this journal indispensable.
Moreover, it is equally
A HOME MAGAZINE.
'ivcry subject of interest to the home-maker is
utly treated. Mary Marsdcn. I.ois Catcsby. Mrs.
Irown. Mrs. Daviess, Miss Cabell. Miss Moliy.
Vtice Winston and a score of others will coutrib
Is In charge of our Children's Department, and
die has the peculiar faculty of being both iu
:crcsting aud instructive.
THE MYSTERY OF THE NATION
Is a thrilling story appearing in Home axd
Kakm. by John K. Muxlrk, and is exciting wide
.mention. Short ftories by distinguished writers
appear from time to time.
Appear In each issue, aqu this humorous philoso
pher was never more interesting than at thu
IS ITS EDITOIIIAL DEPAuTSEXT
Home and Farm speaks boldly and fearlessly in
behalf of " Farmers' Right." It favors a re
vision of the tarifTin behalf of the farmer ;bcttei
roads for the fanner ; Free Mail Delivery to tlie
farmer ; Co-operation among the farnicii, and its
aim is to " Bust Trusts." Itstuuttois
Fair Tro aid Firam' Blght.,'