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BaNDON, OREGON: THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1901
For fruit, cakes, crackers noil can
dies, try Mugoou's.
Seed. Darley, Oats and Blue stem
Wheat lit Sanderson's.
Mru. Minuio Bryan pi overt to be
tliu owner of tbo Bioucb ndvcitn-ed
Tbo best quality of Silver Plated
Knives and Forks at tbo Pioneer
Tbo Antelope whs oft' her run over
Sunday having gone ou tbo beach to
tighten up her wheel.
A. G. Hoyt received n lino piano
last week. Ho purchased it as a
Miiprife to Ins family.
Tbo Mnrsbfield Sun says that it is
rumored that an ice and rold storage
plant is to bo put in in that city.
Handsomely decorated Uhinawnre
piven as premiums for cash trado at
K. Lorenz's. '. 1 1 and get prices on
Our Winter stock.
A poRiofiice has been established at
North Hond, on Coos bay, with Louis
Simpson ns post master. Special
service is to bo supplied from Marsh
Mrs. Henry Ploejrer formerly of
jEinpiro City vim visiting rolutives
mid fiie ds iii Coo comity last week.
iJIr I'J.-ogei is !." por of tbo Uinpqna
P. VI. Prime, of Coqnille, shipped a
lot of legs on tbo i teainer Argo, tins
trip. They cnuie from V. Moignn's
"luce ni.d li. S. Tyirt'l went along
to look after I hi in.
Cut this out and tnl:o it to C. Y.
(Lowe's drug Mi'io and get n free sam
ple ,if Chatiihoi Iain's Stomach and
iiver Tablets, the best physic. They
also cnio disorder of the. stomach,
luIii'UMu .-s tiinl headiu'bo.
Iiist w.M'l; we made, mention that
O'l'leiiMO,-1! nnd Thrift were niiing
JJeyeile's huildii'.; oil J'irnt Street, but
it turned "lit thai it was only a raise
t w ineli
i:i tbo sidewalk. 'J'he
Mllll.ll'lg ' 'J
hu rais"d some tune
Many pei'Mii teeeiving null: by
eiive their empty cans
tifnniling out on the wharf exposed to
ef)i.e wind. This piobably lends to a
'JiSi-MitiK run now and then. In pas
ijjnt'g the t at landing last Knturduv
tive heaid mie go In tlliding down tbo
gteps ami opnii mal.iiig search found
tn.g in the water under the
( '. i. !, ft fi.r flu steamer
or tin v
! .-1 I in -i.n.e si elleied phut
a if : '. io lit 1 t iv i) out
1 :,..! i.f icqriio much
t. i.-i-i nni roll an empti,
R.,. ,, ... ,, ,, ,. ,
fl he C.nlildle Ihilletlll made men-
7 . , . I . ,
.ion 1:M wi'C Mint it understood that
he steamer Argo woni'J not eonie Hint
yln up the riwr in the future, but that
ilio incr sleiitnus would entry the
jjp-i iu r fn igl.t. This is an ern r ns i
u Aigo uill f;(. tiH t,,r as Coqnille
tijiy wl em u r -1 e has fieight induce
ncnth thi.t will justify the expense. 1
,,'n?e In-t trip she ci.nied one foi lb j
"TfTn ten f(.i Cuaiille City and the
""rip ! le
d e l.i d i id fi-ur lotis fori
Mil 1 1. tuts id ove. hence j
r.bcre u s no itidi.cru.ei.t
to go that
'Wiiiul the Height was forwmded lo'ied up befme they reached this place.
-estmaiii.i. ly the river btenmers.
ha- been demonstrated repeated
;fTu eveiy state in the Union and in
itjany fcreigu conntnes that Chum-
f'i'erlain's Cough Iteuiiidy is n certain
jreventie and cure for croup. It
'wj became tho universal remedy for
.'jaat disease. M. V. Fisher of Liber-
r'JW. Vu.. onlv repeats what has
-icon said around the globe when be
J rites: l,I have used Chamberlain's
'joogh Heiuedy in my family for
! any years ami always with perfect
. ccess. We believe that it is not
ily the best remedy, but that it is a
ire cure for cti'iip. It has saved
ojlivos of our children many times."
.. Sis remedy is for stilo by 0. Y.
Sir. and Mrs. C. A. Cinddock nnd
Ildren got enioiite last Sunday for j tocomo to tho Uny and play n game
oir new home. They will visit Mrs. against the conquerors of the Coqnil
adduck's piuents on Coos river for lers on Washington's birthday. Lib
fow days and then go to Eureka, oral inducements aro offered aud if
fllf . . ' ,'li .1
llifornin to uit a brother of Mr.
addock. after which tbev will io
; Sim Frnucisco ami piocced to their ,
.1 ... . ...
jeiH iiesiiDiiiton wnicu is rjtinstn, ,
Northern Califurnin. In the tie-'
rtiire of Mr. nod Mrs. Craddock. ;
indon Uses an estimable family nnd '
renins c ue of her best an.l oldest '
STtirss imp. During Mr. Crad -.
ek's r (-si, 1i-i,p,' l,,.r ,vt,ii, I,., a h.,,,
mi, . "
nriy nii e .vi-rs. he has hail entire
Mge c f N. Loretw'a stole which a
rftig his miiniii'eiueut noid an iu-
.i Of duess to the Coquillo ttore of
WO nnd sometLiog like $2,000 divi-
w besides, while the ftor hero is !
Med up and clear of incuuibrauca.
For Choico groceries call tit Ma
goon's. Fresh grass seed of all kinds at
If you want vour photo enlarged at
no cost to yourself go seo J. Den-holm.
Coqutllo City wants a new charter
and will ask tbo legislature) to givo
Hoinotnbor P. 13. Hoyt, tbo Barber,
is strictly up-to-duto aud nil articles
used in thu art nro first class.
It. Potneroy, ono of tho prominent
dairymen, of I'arkorsburg, was doing
fuisiness iu town last Saturday.
Mrs. A. D. U'nlcott. of Mnrsbfield,
was over last week to visit her parents
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Lowe, of this
placo. Sho returned homo Monday.
Lost. Somewhere in Bnndon, dur
ing tho eveningof Jati.7, a gold watch
charm marked with tho letters "F. of
A." and a stag's bead. Finder will
bo rowaulod by leaving same at this
If troubled with n weak digestion,
belching, sour stoinnch, or if you feel
dull after eating, try Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price
'Jo cents. Samples fieont C. Y. Lowe's
C. X. Skeels formerly of this place.
but who li.ii) been a resident of Co
quillo and Newburg since, has pur
etiasod the property of G. C. Carl, of
Eie-tcrn butter is being shipped iu
to Gtaiils Pass to supply the miners.
Givo Coss county a I'ailro.td to tho in
teiior and she will s ipply those min
ers with a better nrticlo than can bo
supplied from lio East.
Hew M. (). Iirink closed his revival
work hero Sunday night after a series
of meetings covering a foituight.
There weio no admissions to tbo
chin eh and no paiticular indications
of more than oi dinar' interest.
Nellie, tbo five year old daughter
of .Mr. aud Mrs Ifudolpli Auistein,
of Camas valley, while playing with
matches, ono day lut week set her
clothes on lire. She was burned so
seveiely that death resubod next day.
Mrs. E. M. Ulnckerby was culled to I
the bedsido of her father, Henry
Ziimidt, of Sixes, who is dangerously
:M. Sho was nccompauied by her
daughter, Mi-.it Mary, who returned
homo T.iesrtay, bringing tho news
that Mr. Huniwult was no better,
j Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelter received
I a letter from their sou Charles, last
! week, who is now at San Francisco.
! Charles litis been on the sick list
for somo months, but is convalescing
ami expects to bo sent to the barracks
soon from tbo hospital nheie he was
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at timo of writing. Charles has boon
. , . . .
Water front attracted rotidernble
interest Monday mot mug. Thoiivei
was unusually high ami cou-iderable
drift running, intermingled with
which weio nnmeinus snulogs that
cmne down on the frehet. Two
thnilsMiid lugs wero reported to have
got away from loggers on North Fork,
but ns they had to Mill the gf.unllet
of log catchers all th w.iy down the
liver, the gteater pint of tliem were
although Uandoniaus caught quito a
number. Compared with the whole
lot there worn but a small portion
that passeU out over tho bar.
C. Y. Low e guarantees every bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Itemed',
and will refund the money to anyone
who is not satisfied after using two
thirds of tho contents. This is the
best remedy in tho world for la grippe,
coughs, colds, croup and whooping
cough and is pleasant and safe to
lake. It prevents any tendency of a
cold to result in pneumonia.
Sun: There is a prospect of the
people of our community to again
witness a game of foutball iu the near
futme. Au invitation was sent iu
care of Geo. F. Holley, of Eureka, a
Eureka attorney, to the Eureka team
tGe Eureka boys decide to como they
lie treated royally and assured a
pleasaut visit ns well. Wo hopo thoy
i i- M
will liuil II conveuieui io eoiuo. jr.
Holley says bp would use his utmost
otidenveip to get them hero on the
date mentioned. Tbo Mnrehtield boys
are veiy nn;ioii8 for another game I
and feel confident of giviug a good !
,,! nf themsolvts. and lib the
. . .
KurekH team t a suong comniumiou,
conteot between thoo two toanis
would bo a ttubboru and osoilmg
game as an educational event well
woith tho prico of a faro from the
wild and nnuxploml regions of the
Mrs. V, V. Hayes, of Goqnilie is
visitiug her daughter Mrs. Sim Hunt,
S. H, Charleson has resigned tho
tnarshalsbip aud his son Donald was
sworn in last Sattmlay evening.
U. E. ami J. G. Hanser, of Bridges'
ou the Middle Fork, wero amongst
tho Uandon visitors last Monday.
Fred Belloui, from thoStar Ranch,
in Northern Curry visited Coqnille
last week returning homo Friday.
Another lot of sawlogs camo down
tho river yesterday. They wero part
of a lot that got away from Parkers
burg. Elder C. E. Crumley wjll preach in
Swift's Hall on Sunday January 20,
morning and evening, at tho usual
La grippe has been giving Uandon
inns a touch of his unpleasantness
during tho past ton days or there
about. Among other disagreeable things
resultant of the storm in tho noti ar
rival of the mail which is now two
Tho wai m rains last Saturday and
Sunday melted lots of snow in the
mountains and loft the hills bare
next the const.
Several .Myrtle Point citizens wero
in town this weelc among whom were
J. W. Clinton, E. 0. Clinton, P. Kick
man and Mr. Hauser.
Peck's Bad Boy, of tho Pioneer
W atchmtiker repute, has settled down
since tho holidays aro over nnd gotio
to woik at the bench again.
Tho Coqnille lino been potving a
muddy toneiu into tho ocean for sev
eral days, being so high that the cur
rent was not checked nt Hood tide.
W. C. Hose, of Coqnille City, a
former resident of Baudon, was in
town last night having como down to
Prosper on business for Sheriff Gal
lier, ho came ou to town.
Thomas Anderson heioby gies no
tico that hereafter he will deliver
meats, vegetables, grocciies, etc., to
all parts of town, between the' h 'ins
of S a. iu. aud ft p. m except ou Suu
days. Word from Sixes Hiver couutry
stntes that the school house in that
distritit was blown down during the
last storm, also, a woodshed and
chicken house belonging to Giorge
The steamer Argo will get to sea
to-morrow. There was too much
drift on the bar to day for sailing ur
towing. Tijiire are two or three
si'booueis outside that should get in
Thomas Andersen has emplou'.i
Carl Nelson iu addition to W. Bow1
to help cut meat, deliver goods, etc.,
and uitiko himsi.lf generally useful.
This is au indication that his business
Keport says that the high water
has washed out, Eome track and trussel
wotl; between Coaledo and Coqnille,
and that the repaits necessary before
tiainticati inn will require three
weeks to complete.
Mrs. Susan Cos, who attended the
Eastern Star, Saturday night from
Floras Cieok started homo on Sun
day but found Two mile creek spread
out so wide that il became necessary
for her to delay her return homo for
The boys belonging to tbo Fire
Department nro considering the prop
osition of stinting a brass band.
This is commuudable arid the know
lck'o and pleasure derived from it
will bo worth the money ejpouded
without auy other remuneration.
The steamer Mnudnlay which went
from hero to Coos bay to Inkn on a
deck lond of (umber when sho do
parted ton days ago, got out yestorday
and away for San Francisco. Up till
Monday tbo storm had boon contin
uous Htnco sho sailed from lieio.
W. II. Duuham was quito sick for
a day or two this week, from la grippe
but is bettor again. Charles Fred
erick tilled his place on tho tug Brick
dining bis lay off. Mr. Dunham has
gone bourn to recuperate ami will not
rosumo duty on thu tug again for the
present at least.
Some of tbo boys went out with
their guns, tho other day to knock
about for au hour or t.vo aud wero
accompanied by a young man who
only arrived a few weeks ago The
boys soon bad tho young fellow lost
nmj although only about a milo finm
town they let bim lead olT down the
coast for a conplo of miles and then
oabt to the county road where ho took
Hie roail soutlii a little Jurttier ou
0I)(, u (J0 ,,,lunf jj ll)8l tj(,v
were then at tbo point Ihey had oome
toon the night of the tiro at the
Fisher mill, when tho young fellow
took in tho situation unci started on
tho right end of the road. Btniiet
tH'gged the boys not to lull but the
thing leaked out.
Fire at the Fisher Mill.
The lire alarm called out many of
Bandoii's citizens hist Thursday even
ing, about 11) o'clock, to see where tho
trouble was, and to lender whatever
of assistance that could be given.
The light was rellecled on the clouds
to tbo southeast and residents along
First streut thought the tiro was on
tho lint above, while those who live
near the brow of the lull thought the
tiro wns in the outskiiis of town, the
deception being so complete that the
Fire Department started out with the
hose cart. Tho boys soon discovered
thai the tiro was beyond the reach of
the water mains aud h-ft their cart.
.Speculation then placed the tiro at
Hosa's mill, that proving false, sever
al persons having gone there, it wns
then snid to bo at the McCaini mil',
but word from the scene, next day
gave the particiihu.s nliotit as follows:
At the Fisher mill Elbert Dyer and
Millard Shoemrker hod put in a
b'ootiihatiillo tlaut consisting of a
small boiler and engine, a lathe and a
dryhotiso and other pnrapbanalia re
quired in such a nlant. This caught
til o from the furnace, and although
parties had visited tho factory a few
minutes before, preparatory to retir
ing for tho night, tho lire was well
started and burning llercely whon
discovered, so that theio wasnochance
to savo anything within the building,
and tho destruction of the plant was
complete, the boiler probably being
tho only thing left that has uot been
Be-ides the machinery thero were
about C0.00O hanillcs ami some 10,000
squares destroyed causing a loss of
about 2,000, and laying several men
The broonibnndl.i plant was about
ono hundred yards from tho sawmill
and the wind blew from tho latter so
that the mill was not endangered. Mr
Dyer will uot lebuihl the plant as the
lease of tho Batidou broouihandle
plant expires in Apiil. and whatever
of sqtinios they may cut al the Fisher
mill, will be piled up mid turned out
at the plant iu town, when Dyer aud
Shoemaker lake chnrge again.
During the high water tjiis week a
lot of oO,i;ik iteJ C-la.- rhmgles that
had been piled on the river bank at
Atago awaiting ship'tient Io M. H.
Lee of this phice, was carried away
on the lloo.l, causing a loss of some
wheie near a huiidied (lu'liirs.
Ilmlnjr it lir.'tit Hun mi ('li.im1'rl.iii.'
OhmIi lt'iii,il) ,
Manager Mnitin, of the Picrnon
di ng t.n, informs us th.it he is hav
io': n ,n al tun ou Chiiuihc ilaiu's
l'"v,!i !.','ine.ly. He sells live bottle
of th.it medicine to One of liny other
kind, and it gives great snti f.tcf ion.
In these days of la grippe theiu is
nothing like Chamberlain's Cxigh
Hetiiedy to stop the cough, heal up
the sore throat aud lungs and give
relief within a veiy short time. The
sales am growing, and all who try it me
pleased with its prompt actioii.-Soulli
Chicago Daily Calumot. For sale by
C. Y. Lowe.
AIIOll.NI) 'I lilt COPNTV.
Krntu the CiiciulUo City llulhtiu.
The Coquillo acadi'iiiy in getting
along nicely and tho oniolluietit is in
(leasing light along. A good high
shool here uould be a gicat bcnellt
to tho town and our citizens- should
do all iu their pov.cr to make it asuo-
U. M.Skeels and family, who left
thin city seveial months ago to reside
at Newbing, Oregon, arrived in thin
city on SIonday'H tiain. They say
Cooh ia good enopgh for them for
awhile yet. Mr. ,SI;ceJs hns nut yet
decided whether lie will reside in Co
qnille or .M.Mtle I'nint.
Quito a runaway accident occurred
Wednesday afteiuoou just iih limt
Holleuheck was stinting for bin home
on Cnnninghnin Cnek. Ho bad a
stove iu tho wagon, and as ho crossed
the railroad track iu front of Hotel
Coquillo it caused tho stove to rattle,
which frightened the Iioikph. Thnj
ran from the hotel to the ltmleeined
Israel Church scatteiing the contents
of tho wagon iu the mud. Hurt stayed
in tho wagon anil by mtiiu strength
stopped them, but nol liulil the new
stove had been strewn abing tho wny
and completely demolished. For tun
ately no one wan butt, and the onl
(lnmugo done was the loss of a new
A. v. Iiiy.il, .is. I.
I'HYSICIAX ANi SUHUKON
(Ml to Mil imrli of town and eount)
prnuiily hiinHvicU duy ur uiwht. UUke mi
ooriierol Lower ll.nii auil Alwuter Mrwls
V. SXiiyilon, .11. I.
niOBSnVK. IMUNAItY AND HK1N
'XUm-uam I'roiit aut,
Tin- tlrt nt IhMul of liiOO.
J. It. I'Dttieiii in Cl,'c iu Timet Kertihl.
IiHi'uctipil uucu murt uitU its hopes nnd
Hilt, r re the dull wheel ti'imln null".
Let us psme n moment mid note the iron
Thnt have fci'nu nny with tho duul eld
fa'l tho IcBNos in tho Autmnii dronr
So full our iHiblcxt, uuo h.l one,
K.ioh with his ink mi colli w-ull done
To rent furevcr nhtiv skies nre clear.
Went slindo Is this? Oli.crsiid eld fnccj Z
Wiitcli ns tin koch Uh miiilent nldu
Tj Krcft n liiiKhcr of lm riue,
!n iMtt'c hour Ills countiv'd piido,
'to htm no It's i Columliiii'rt Iumi
l-'i'll u'H.tsnied, ami n nrnud tunown
Spwii with htm tn the liiinl nbovo
And Siitfiiuts im8f(H to I ciown.
And iinu tliHt AiIIowh cIoko bihlnd
lie. too, linn won thu (lull nccinlin.
On r,lot)'D beiKhts his deeds vu lllnl
And uvi s urow uioit to henr his iiniu.
Hint Bilf-Ennicf iccicv nsl'ccnvo
Poor Spun ua's, ns they foautit nnd Sieve,
l!o sliowircd upon hi in in the urnvc
Jack 1'iiii.ic, snilo.-, h. ne r.ud Inu'.
Another, hidutd about by wnr,
StiicdH in thu urim pnrr.de, mid wo
X'hu biutnl wrcnth, t lie tcll-lnlu torn;
Uu mivo Ins lit for liberty,
1'iKt Juuuuir, Kouc to ship wheru .c,ums
No hatred mid where bnlllts vvatv,
l.nvid even by rclcutlcsn foes,
Hunted mill uciiry; ut iu pvuee.
I.ool.! l'nr f.om sound of shot nnd shell
Dive't Ih.s ono. iit'ii niw in Ills debt.
Tli ll.iwi rs knew ills prcuraoo yell,
The Ii'n licll and the violet.
A mi"u llint lept wiili eii'iibHt euro
I'tie well o.' IIiilMi uadi'llb'd
Hiiuti wns Jo' n Vvi t's; htmi- his prnysn
"God innliu u e i:h n halo child."
An old oHl mini, ho 'veil down by yonis,
Next "oMowii tu the lelnd'a nvicA,
Wliow mi' lc i u-li Ii.oiiulit worlds tn tenrx
A id wol.o to h c lue sccimh hu d'tiw.
Not soon io notice, one uhote n t
S louw. V. 'h, oi' o 'e at mi 1' lute Htnud.
Must lts-'s oeeh l'u nunc nuiy s.nrt
Taiugluuii'K hoccom bei'ciilh ins hniid.
And ii lice d'e; tbo plodd'i'u soul
Steiied duUy in is dully oinnl,
Tjo wniriof w ill l!o la,' cl c, owned,
The senilis ilint hes roiicned Ii.h uonl.
Will isit llnndnii ic(tiliirly on dates to he
nupplied iu tlm IhiohI ('hIuiiiii.
ATTOItNMV A NI l.'OU.NtilU.OH AT LAW
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Ollloc iii the DMoinile Puildme, on I'irHt
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ATTOIlMIiV AKliCOr.N8Kl.OH AT
Ollico in O'Coniicll Huildiog.
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TIOItNUV and 'Ot:t,KI,()ll A l IAW
Prill III i III llll Hie I'mirlo i r I hi' Mule.
Ol'ilcoon Second I'hxir in (loiierrte lluildi i,
ou I'irt Slieit,
1 .1 fit Iimiinincii 1'ijlieiesnnd iliuiU bntii.'hl
or moiic luniitd on winio.
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ltL'SKUL l'ANTUIt, JUsler
Iihvmi llHiidou vwry luuruiuii. titcupt
Koudiiy. 7iiU o'clock kud lunkt count
tiuns Willi tit tiin nd Uiur ilyil m
10t.10 . m. Hi f'utiMlIU ly.
IiM(M OuqUt Olty 81 IKiSB p.
iuC t Xaudou at 430 p. ui.
HAVE YOU PURCHASED A
If not, nivo us a end. V me sure
Now ts the time tn ptnehase Hardware. Tho ittidersigurd has
in stock a large assortment of
Hardware, Tinware, Graniteware,
Glassware, Crockery and Miners' Supplies.
I'nlnt. OIN. limns and M'SimIomm.
'ITNSltUl' IN COXNlXVnON.
Has just received a full line of Fall
Dry Goods, also a Large
Men's Boys and Children's Suits.
LATEST STYLES AND LOWEST
A Large Siiook of
Always on Hand.
Ordoi'S Taken for Tailor Made Clothing. lv'ro,Hn.,td.
Is now miivlled with it
Hardware, Tinware, Graniteware
and Miners' Supplies.
TiNMiitN shop in Tools, Cutlory, Doors and Windows
C'O.N M.( l ION. I ,' ) mini;', mill I'IiiiiiIhiik ii speeliilly.
LEDGERWQOD & CORSON.
Bandon, ..... Oreqon.
10.00 Cash Trade
$30.00 Gash Trade
DPIf'li'C1 ( ' I ' t V '' API'MCATION ''Oil I'l'TUHK
i IllL 1 el 111 lvi nnd I'lHine Without Trd. WUUtMtft
('uali Huh. u ticki t ii pi i HLiitiiiK I lie un.uuiit will bu(itiii Cutoujr.
Tho Now Steamer
A. OIiHI:N, .Mabtiii.
Will Hiike HvtiulHr Trli Intuitu
I'ilht rnt from Hmi PriinuUao tu
llllidon. tUUO h I mu l.i ('-.quills Oily ini
uuiiiU (itlow, H SO; To Myrll Point hiiiI In
it rvnuliiR ijiiil, f4 UU.
Win Kmnoiaoii HKellt".
...Ulhnrt I tr.
.Ilulm ,t Hurt.
f Iuiii .n !t urn I rjlnif It,
In ftrd-r to um i 1 1- jrrent moilt of
ri i a I! 4u lii i" ( (iuptivu euro
t it '.'..ur.n '.il I'ul I in itowl, " nnvn pre.
IMftil k ifiTini lr.,kl ftlzii fur 10 vuU.
iit it or ).-i.r dm :u t criwud 10 ctuiU tn
iidv ;$on., vi M.wa, it. v. city.
I nTt'wt froi'i o itnrrh of tlm wont kind
ror kiuco u ' I I novtr h'i-l for
c urn, lint Kl'i C'(t mi liklin kaiu tn do
vtutbt il :ny U' 1'inluluuo.ii hai uil
it with iWMllant rMlu.--Ucur 0trviu,
13 Warrn Ave, Cblojo, 111,
JjU lin Hlra I tb nekHowlctlgHil
nr Itm mtuurn ami wiuuihi no vnmm;
iui,rcijr7 utr Miy lujuttewi urau.
unrcijrr cr any lujuiwwi urau. i net,
Al gtttiWKi ur uj wan.
The Bnndon Hardware Man,
toll and complete stock of
Willi the t'tidcmliinnl. Untitle! Vein lin I
To lime. Knlnijed 1'iutuiu (rani liny fti
Not onlv i iitllliiH nu to the Nliov itoliil, but
to uu I lettHiit l'mnie hh I'ictuitt ouiUilU.
hnint Ilh ou olilliitioli ut IhuKUiiB.
Tho New, Speedy and tl
cgantly Fitted Twin
OAIMAIN A. ItHlilt.
ttUmnxr will wlvu n muulHr lOdiiy Hrvlo
Imtwmn (VmuiIIo lliver, O rem in. ond rjnu
l'riinoi)o, (Jul., for butli imnxtiri met
1'or full or tnitlmr iuforiinttlaii vpply tu
Cnptln A. llMil, ou bonril utMiiuir ur
H, I.OllKNi:, Aatul. Osi.iU. Oihioii.
11. It. I.lii;. Aucut, llMuduu, Ordiii.
Il, T. KllV., neutral Agent. iaKroul Ht.
Kmii I'riiiiuiMui C!aUfurult.
...Water vV orks...
l'ure. frekh, cold Hpriiitf w-ator
pipil to any purt of town,
aud to any pait of thu bonne,
OU UpplicUlIOU, ill llHtllill' s
(Unit nil. UatiM itHitouab'o , :
VV. H. UOGAN, Pi'0jri or