The Coast mail. (Marshfield, Or.) 187?-1902, August 23, 1879, Image 3

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THE COAST MAIL.
:hati;hay,
.Alt. U8, IN7.
The KiiIkIiU I'lrulr.
I.niit Hnturilny, tlio tiny aiipolnfoil
liy tlio KnlKliU o( VytlilnH for their
iitctilo lit) vim ilvcr, iliiwniMl fitvorn
My, ami uro'cnlt'il every Intllcntioii
tlmt tlio wentltor would not Interfere
If with lliu plriuiiro of tlio exriiniluii.
QiiHo niiiiiiilierfroiu Umpire City mill
polhur imluUoii tlio liny, milled to tlio
crowd, while Mnrlilli)ll wiliiumuMi nn
uxotlii ("yo rlnlor,"liicliuU'il) which
thrt'rtloiK'tl lolimvo it it ilcnencd vil
Haire Homo iluliiy wnu experienced nt
Hurting, on neeuiint of not having
cwrfectvl nil nrrniiROiiiynt, lint nt
uttMjiit ten o'clock nil wiih inniio luuuy
d tlio Myrllf Mimmcd olf ii)i Coo
ier with tlio Inrj?" cow which nu
911 nrovliloil for tlioncroiiiiiioilntion
L tlio purty fllled with iih Joll) a cot of
entei'M n over urnced tlio duck ii
iicli a craft on it olnillar ooeiulnii,
n tmrliiiK ilnto of tlirtM olicitint
from tlio lOinulnliiK tvvt on tlio
hurt). Tlio only liriwflirtiiil of wlilch
;ku liny can l-oiut, fuml'licd Hint
mml rentilidto of nil ulr Hint mnke
A pleiile n tnio-eim, "Tlio Sweat Hyp
IhiuI llye," whloh, toKtlivr with tlio
Fiiicludloii pulling of tlio mnokcutm'k,
Mint! tlio rippllni; of tlio water, pro-
Ftlnccit kik'Ii n lillitriiitii); ofl'out Hint
tho dork win iiiMautly rlmtrcd mid
niiicinK roinmciiccu. mo "iiniin
noincet innn in town" fulled to put in
nn appearance, Imt III plnco wnn f iled
K by thoo iiumcrou young Kentlfiinmi
vrlth licht colored "nnniuntioiinlilOif,
who Krnccfnlly Mit down on tho iimiuI
nmutintofciiilnrd pie, etc; ttlccpiiiK
liilnnia nlo millcrcd in proportion.
fk Tito trip up una -to.eiy mor wnn
picmani. wuoou, nun nn wo uircmjeu
our way through It ninny winding,
vnch turn opening to our vUlon mime
menu more beitutifiil tlinu otliari fnd
liij; in th receding dUtitiiet', we wero
truck with tho nent mid homelike
lpjmrniieo of the ninny fnrni houpo
litciittr-rnd nlujij; it tank, nnd the
, hnppy anil contented look of tliolroo-
eupiinU. Stopping now nnd than to
pick up iMJine tlraKglor on tonto for
our dcntinntlon nono tnken, how ov
er, nnleiM equipped with tho proper
crdcntliil, nmnoly : well filled
liuali liukel, etc., wo proceeded mr
rll) ononrwny. The joyous peal, of
R lAUthter riiiKiiiK out over tho river,
I kv eidunco thnt enro hrt'l, for one
Rdnynt lenot, hqon thrown wide, nud
fll wore iK'iit on pleuMiro,
rnini: lhrout;h ih'ciich of paxtornl
loveliuc' to tho forko of tlio river, tho
north fork wn followed until tho
tPrtterhnlted(ind Ihnpuity prooyded
f lotnku )io4elon of a grove uenr tho
rivcrV brink, to which, the hotpitnldo
owner, Mr. Hook, id "nnry n word,"
hut kindly put hiiuolf mid plnco
fi nt ineetinuiinuiioi tuorotnonuv. I lie
M . . . . u..
jMrty Hied up (ho Imnk nud dlip
penrcd in tho wood, whore, romping
in n little nlloy completely uliullered
by tho tre), llicy Iny thoir bimketi
down nnd uprend thoir repttM Uhiii
tho greenwnril, nud fell Um tho cl
lldon iu o deKperuto n iiiiiunur n to
threnteii eoiuphito uuiiihiluliou, hut
for the reiiMiu tlmt thomipply exceed
ed thodemiinil.
Vitriolic niuuomeut) woto after-
wnnU introduced, nmotig which w5
t douce ou "uulimi'u enrpet," nnd n
cjjilrlteil h ulllo for the pouidoii of n
IkiIIIo of ixmIu wnter. I.in-t, hut not
Icnut, enmo tho "drill" by tho Knight
f In uniform, reminding ouo of Itohln
Hood nud hfn hmid, their bright mil
fonui ytumling out iu IhjIiI relief
ugftiimt the larjc forest. It ro Hoc ted
great credit Umjii tho coiuiiinnding
sulllcor for bin Mriet prenervntion of
idlnclpllno , nlo upon the Iviiighti'
JlieiuielvcM, for their prompt niton
thin to ordcrx, nud tho ludiomui nn-
ledocribcd in their ellbrlM to obuy.
e doubt if n company of idroot Arab
fttiiird with broonnitlckri, could hnvo
lono much better, mid it wiik qultu
evident thai onoli nnd every ouo wn
A "born Mildier " lleforo they dlxpor
od, tho company formud n circle
Mround tho KuigliU, for the simple
rciumi tlmt there, wern't ouougli
;'ICiiighttocirelflnrouud the company,
FKnug a few moiiI utirrlng ode, mid
; returned to' tho Atcmnor.
Ou tho homeward trip, ronohiug
S the mouth of tlio river, it una found
that old Horont m diatifed iu
JfMomo mnnncr, and mmlo tho wnter
f ftlonh ou deck so migiily ah to
iioccMitntn tho dropping of tho tcow.
p which had been towing nlongnlde,
louern, iu tho uinueitvcriiignf which,
K it beoaiuolooto, nud tho wind ontehiug
tlio rnuvnHK whioh nerved nx nn awn
ing, drove it mdioro, but by meant) of
I IxmcheK, In tho plnuo 01 liny thing eUu,
It wnu iiuMied oll'und iiunlu Hvourod.
iNo further nocldout oceurrod to ninr
;tliop!uaiuroof tho ooanwion, and nil
rottirned to Mnmhllolil feeling Hint
thoy weroendebtod to the K'niiihtnof
l'ythliu forr, vory ploitsmit day, iiImi,
thut foronro ltenllxntiou hud liio bet
P tor of Antieipntlon.
Tho hall in tlio ovonlng, whiolrwiu.
held in tho booiely's hnll, wnu well at-
1 tomlod, nnd n complete miaeortd.
I). A Lbvknd, of Onnyonvillo, has
uhliinod n I'liiwtiliii'iililn iiihmiIIIm f
I flour to llenham'H on tho Cuom Hay
"Bou Kutut, wnoio it itfKvptior ealo.
Oiir I'm I n re t
When tho editor of tho Ariiit, in it
moment of frenzy, llmixt hU gray
foooitilll drop Into tho hourt'fi Idoud
of it bottle of Kfiowltou'H bo.il, nnd
gave In it erudiilou publlo tho ntnrt
ling fnut (lint Ooon eonnlyV paper
wiiv.'iiiuilo tlio nioaii by whloh bane,
iiiDicritpnltlu and doxlgniug enpltnl
hdrt oitmulntud thoir xloroN of "filthy
lucre," llttlo did ho droiiui Hint "thoio
thoiiHiiudrf mid temt of tlioiiHnndt who
know but little, if unythlng eoncorn
lug it," would took upon him nt the
grentodt flnauoler that our county
hm ovor eou n Hplnner on n muill
denlo. Hut before bin ndvent tho peo
ple wore inn xtnlo of bli4nfull Ignor
ance iu regard to the outrngenuN man
ner iu which they wero swindled, but
tho warning voice ha como to them,
ami to tho "broker" inyiug, "Thus far
olintl thou go, nnd no farther." Let
usliopr they will lilted tho wnruing(!)
Ono problem, though, proftonM iuolf,
nn tho regular irrAy nrtlolo on "Coun
ty l'innnecw" iniike lt nipenrnuoe
with dhl reeling regularity, and id ill
we gnrod, nnd yot tho wondor grow
"(hat ouo mnnll bond could carry nil
he know."
lie lion iu hope; iilthohopit that
tJixi Hay will, wimo liuio in tho far
nwny future, bo the couiuiercinl om
porlum for till va I Juuninphere, nud
in tho IllgliU of bin liunginalloii, om
n city on tho nhortM of Cm), which
rival in Holme tlnin of Carthngen
inn fame. Tho old court houo fado
nwny, mid in it place Hue n nt'ruuturc
of innguillnout dinionilonH mid Uto
pUnxpleudor the crowning glory of
the Hcyiio mid iu imposing gmndour
ceiu to ny "ThlnU the rtwlill which ( county.
nn houedtmid euroful ndmiuistration) Among thoo mny bo montioiicd
cnu not f.til to bring about." All i Mnrple, Unrri. JncLon, Ickhnrl,
oiiiet, peace, nnd eontnntmrnt. h Collin, Tolniaii, Noble, nnd Hontmun.
count) crlpt i subject to no lluctun
tlou, ami I worth ono hundred poiiU
ou tho dollar. On the ono corner ap
pear tho tflgunturu of Hilt grant II
tirtiiclor, nnd "ilrjiiM irt" adorn the
otnor. t:i'H ny tuu nun oi juiu,
(nlKUit thonito nuw Decupled by the
proMUil county jail) n hiindfumo cdl
11 o roar iulf, nnd, by tint mnuy
windtiw which dvaomtc It front, re
mind ono of Km iiameiwke of old
Argu. the hundrwl-nyid. Ciwl your
oyo nluft, w!un, towering lovc nil
mirrouuillng, tho cupola support;
it gildud Utr, mid bohuld iu
proud banner uufutliug to tho
inorniuy air. Hold! it Iwnrwn motto!
Alt t it explain itwlf. Xoiiu othercv
er boru n llku one. It wine out. now
with the rising bracto. nud rwl,"0f
Ike of tho Cto Argu; terini, f2JU) in
eon u ty orip."
Tiicit. Homo mbornnut the other
ilny lolo Jiutico Hull' new benver
lint. "Time wn, cro yut in thoo tle-
gonernto day," that n innn, ovon
Jiuitiee of the IVnce, could hang hUiof (ho:u(H)rt coal mine; Itogor &
hat on the wnll,uud it would remain
thoru. Hut w hen tlnift i committed
iu a hotiiH) containing Aluutof Jiutice
nud n copy of the law of Oregon, it'
time to uubllndfold Juxtico. Mi of
fice U tow cltMo to the Coos liny AViw'
which fact will jirobablu nceount fur
the "milk iu tho cocoa-nut."
DU(ll.ltIOi:n. Cooller and Slier-I
i
wiKid, the trnveling iiiorehnut who;
opened nnimid here lnxt woek, were
arretted mid taken tu Kmpire charg
ed with Milling good, n peddler?,
without n liceimo. Tlio case came
leforo justice Scngstackun uoovidonco
appearing ttutllclont to hold them
they were discharged.
Hi:v. .1. MoC'oum c, nud family left
on the luiit. Ho will attend the
MetluMln Conference nt I'ortluiid.i
The departure of Mr. fcConnc.
lerve a vacancy iu our pulpit which
he ha tilled with credit, for twoyeara.
It will probably bo tilled again toon.
Tun Diiiifiui, ou her but trip up
Hie coattt, took ipilte nnumlMir of pas
nengors from Kmpire, among whom
woro.Mr.Capt. Ingco, Mr. .Moore
nnd .MIk bollle Stoke, nil of whom
return to Forest (I rove.
It U n enrlou fact, Hint while
thioughout the Interior the Into howii
grain ban beou badly damaged by
nirit, no ruit liua appeared in (hi
county.
W. D. I,. F. Smith, of Coo Itlver,
U nick ut thi place, with neuralgia.
Dr. Tower in the attending physician.
Joit.S' Ki:iay nud Juliu llurnett,
Kmjh., have formed it partiuuhip for
the prnctico of tho law, iu tt'orvnllii.
J iiHTiru Hum., linn removed his of
fice into tho building next tho AYtr,
where justice will ho dinpoiMod (with),
Mit. Vl. SAl'SDiitiH, bin returned
hore from I'm timid, to reside pcrma-,
iieutly ou the Hay.
Ciiah. I'oitHi.u.vii, i niitlcating nt
present, with unnio friend ou the
Coipiillo,
A. 1.0IIUKK, returned from Han Fran
eliicu, lant week, with n full line of
new good.
If you want n gooil oigtyoi n whol
aoino hoverago, go nnd eeo John Hoar.
Mug, H. H. IUii-uv, has gone to tho
vtilloy.
Tun -lirom nailed for Ban FrniicJiUio
on Thurfday.
Ho tu Heigliort thi' warm wenlhor,
for Mol cool Luijgr Hcor."
THE SETTLEMENT
AXI)
EARLr.SETTLERSJDF COOS IIAV,
Tho jircccnt voiidition nud i1ovo)oh
ment of Coo liny nud county, with
it varied resource of lumber, coal,
nnd agricultural land,il prox)ering
people, nud numoroumid Important
ifictunlriuN, bring to mind, Iu contrail,
Itrtdottlomoiitnnd cnrly.Nottlcr. "f-
I'toviou to IMM, no while ninn had
a rolileuco on (ho fertile nhore of it
liny or river. Tho aboriginal Indian
alone enjoyed it wealth of wild game,
(Mi, fro IK nud berrlim, which wore in
hik'Ii abundance, n to mnko It nn Iu
dian pnrrtdb'o. Hi true Hint provi
on to thi time, this locality hnd been
neon by a few white. A miinll acIiooic
nr, bound to tho t'mpipin rivor, entered
Coo Hay by mistake, iu 1652, nnd re
mniucil for xeveral week, hunting
firr tho xotllomculrt, mid (orrilled by
tho Indian, until I'. Flanagan nnd
Pilot Smith, learning of thoir condi
tion from tho Indian nt IrmKiu,
piloted them out, nud inlo (heir des
tination. During tho nununer of l&'A, V. It.
Mnrple, n redden! of Jncknou county,
miido nn exploration to (ho cont,
ooming down (he Couille river,
learning (ho general character of
Coo Hay from tho Indian, he
deemed It a valuable locution. He
mming toJnckftou county, ho formed
n company of ulmut forty pcron,
who, proceeding to Coo nny, bee a mo
the pioneer nud early ncttlcrrf of our
Tho writer reiuoiuber viiiting the
present location of Kmpire City, soon
nftor tho arrival of thi company, nnd
wn vividly Improved with thepictur
t'fo.uc nud btuy npjMjnrniicc of their
enoiwiipiuent in tlio wild, nud nn
cleurtd forest. A Iioumj bad not
yot arisen. Around the camplire of
tho vnrlou llttlo circle, tho buy ni
uiid w wert. preparing new honioi.
At night, the lurid glitter of thoc
(eiiiKrry hrattlutoiie reflected iv
ld nlindown upont ho Hay mid into
the durk rcceiwc of the wildorucAi.
The dhcVjvory of the gold mini
mine nt'ltnudulph, occurring mxju
nftor thoir advent, made n largo add!
tiou to thoir number. Kmpire City
btHMine the dcjtol of Mipplic for a
largo mining population. Vixwels
with iiierohmidiFe, and men with cap
ital were attracted to it. In the end,
the mine proved le rich than wn
anticipated, but the population nud
cnpltnl induced by tho excitement, re
mained, nud wa added to the perma
nence of tho HOttlomeut. Among tho
later Rottlcr. may Ik? rvuicuiburol
ajXorthriiit A i?vmond, the originntor
r-'htnagnu, the pioneer of the NuW'
Krt coal mine; James Aikeu, the
principal dhcoverer of the.-oeius; ..
M. .Siinp!on nud II. II. I.tu-C; pioneer
uwuiill owner; Dr. l'oloy, Yoaknm,
Winehejitor uud others.
The flrnt conl ilbcovcrcd was nt
North llend, witliout any test or pros-
imeltin- t wn iw.niil..r..il , v.ilnl.
i-- '& ........v. .. .-. ....
bio that Mr. I.ockhurt wat IkhiihI nn
der the Knn!ty of n very largo sum,
tu hold it for the Coo Hay "company,
Soon nfler, coal wai fgupd ou both
Mnrple' nnd Foley ' claims near Km
piro City, and a cargo was .-.liipited
from one of tliem. liieso dicovenes
wero abnmloueil ou further explora
tion, nud hnvo ncor been improved.
A.M. Himpxon' mill wu4 the pio
neer sawmill, in which Alf Ihitlcr liad
nn original iutcrcM. This may be
cousidercil the foundation of Mr.
Kimpiou's wealth, who now counts
hi mill by (ho half dozen, and hi
VoasoI nud tenmtug by the dor.cn.
II. II. Line roon followed Simpson,
with n mill nt Km piro City, which
linn proved to him n source of large
profit.
Tho town of Mnndifieldrwhieh hn
now grown to the majority of an in
corporated town, with n hirgo unv
mill, stores, hotel, uutoons, etc., etc.,
pruseuting a thriving nud bustling ns
pect, wnu for n series of yenr iv mere
hamlet, competed of ono hotuo nnd a
small storo. WIihu John Forshbnker
commenced to bufld it cAwiuill, nnd
afterwards n stenmtug nud vessel nt
Marshfield, it luvko the shell of ndo
lesanco, nnd now feel tiro might nnd
strength of maturity.
Isthmus Slough was abandoned by
Noble, it curliest settler, who took a
claim nt what is now Coos City,
Now it ran mIiow its settlors in
scores and scores, nud bonst of its
.Transit HailroaduitH sawmill nud coal
mined. Coos river had iuj half dozen
farmers settled on its banks. Now it
count them by tho hundreds, scatter,
ed along its rich bottoms in many
comfortable homes, looking out upon
broad, cultivated tunc, mid tho wind
ings of a beautiful river. Catching
slough is tho homo of score of busy
loggers and fanners, mid the lit Ho
town jit Sumner sits quietly at its
hoadj5vntohlog tho steiunor ikrthtt
'SSmo nud go, where fen wnu silence
unbroken by human voico. Tho val
ley of (lie ;oUi!io was (htn settled by
what win considered a few daring
1-Oula, nnd nou' thoy count by the
thousand its -many tctHcr, who fill
it long nnd rich vnlloy with a busy
population. A doxon inlet which
wore then incognita terra, now nflbrd
homes for n happy population, that
dwell along their bnuk nnd ncslle'in
their shndy nook.
Among the incident's of those early
day, may be recounted the fndimi
wnr of 18.V5-0O. Although tho Coo In
dian always maintained a friendly
relation to the whites, still great dis
trust nnd nlnrni prevniled. AH the
white in tho violnity collected nt Em
pire City, built a stockade fort, nnd or
ganized a military comphny for pro
tcclion.For sovernl week nil tho
people resorted to tho utockndo nt
night, but nftor being satisfied of the
friendliness pt the resident Indians,
the pnoplo remained in their homes,
yet nlwny on tho nlerl, ready for nny
hostile indication, or coming danger.
Thcroivoro.mnong these early re
T.W'
it-
tiers, some peculiar nnd eccentric per
sons, Mnrple hnd been a prenchor,
but like many other who came to the
I'ncific const, abandoned old tics nnd
beliefs for "filthy lucre." Without
much knowledge of tho law, he ob
tnincd ndmlssioii to "Hie bur." Vis
ionary, romantic, and no great stick
ier for tlio truth, gifted with n profu
sion of wordy description, he held
forth interminably nt meetings nnd in
tho court. Judge Dcndy, nt that
time judge of thi circuit, often, when
Mnrple innde hi plea, would place
IhcshcrifTin his sent, nnd retire un
til Mnrple snlmided. Mnrplo had nn
attachment for one of tho sable
daughters of the forest, nnd lived
crim. con. During this period lie
went to the house of a sick lady, and
proffered to pray with her. She in
dignniilly rejected hi o(Jcr, nnd ad
vised him to go homo and lnlnir with
hitiHclf and friend.
Dr. ViA-y vrn probably never ble
ed with a diploma. Hecould mnnnge
p rend slowly nud laboriously, had
tho habit of talking in broad, Hike
county dialect, with hi cxprc-thc
"Ihnr" and "w liar." He had a few
medical books, and would often ay to
nn anxious paticn(,"Thnr are the
lM)ks, you can hoo for yourcelf." He
made an entire new dipeovery in med
ical science. A bitter, turnip-like
root, found on Coo- Hay, which he
called "old man iu the ground," was
deemed by him to Iki a universal pan
acea, which ho kept constantly on
hand for all diseaa-:. He had a wie,
venorrtble look, and was elected to
M)iuc roionsibloolllccs. A a probate
judge ho managed to get mime estate?
into court, but like tlje man with the
prayer, he never could "wind the
denied thing up," or get the estate
closed. Dr. Foley i now somewhere
in tho mountains of Qrcgon, presiding
ovor a medicated Spring, with a hos
pital attached. By the' way, a son of
tho doctor's studied medicine with
tho old gentleman, mid graduated, no
doubt, to bo enieicut as the old doctor.
T. I). Winchester, another, wiv.h im
pulsive, open, nnd generous. His
genial wit nnd great fund of anecdote,
rendered his society attractive. He
was upright and honest iu all his deal
ings, and conscientious iu his opin
ions. Ho "has passed over tho river."
Itoininisccuccs too numerous for this
article, might Ik added, nnd can be
roserved for nnother occasion. 18o(i.
Tin: editor of tho Anju took a
lr:.t ........ I... Utl.iiinu nn llin I T It
I R., which, by tho way, cuiimsU of a
Itivnti car illicit up wun a nr plant;
IkuicIi, and nijb "were it not for the
MMnalion and novelty of tho concern,
it would be much more pleasant to
walk." Now, jH'rhap the A nju innn
i M) peculiarly constituted as to expe
rience n "sensation" in tho "novelty"
of poundiii a flr plank at tho rate of
nliout ono hundred nnd forty Mrokes
per minute, but we should judge 'it
would require a heavy stretch of the
imagination.
Miss Lom.ii: Stokes, left on the
uiicuri jor her homo at Forest Grove
Misa Stokci has lcen for some time
vidilhig with her iterat Empire, and
will lie Midly micd by her nuuiy
friend,
J)eak A Co's mill U again running.
Heal Estate Transactions.
July 170. H. Hutlcr and wlfo to
Hiram Elliott, lot 1, block -17, Empire
City. $00.
H. Hadlevnnd w ife to S. Fcrrin, Nc
of lot a, block 8, north Marhtkdd. S0O
July 22 -John Horry and wifo to H.
Hermnnn, lots 0, 7. 8 nnd I), nnd SEW
ufXW.U.bt-v. 10, T 2'J, R 12.
J til V 28 'm Triplet and wifo to
Heuj.'Figg.SS, of NKU sec. 15, Wa
of N E i sw. 22, T 28. . 18. iW.
Julvfll Win. Turpin nnd wifo to
A. M.'nud R. W. SiiiipKi,SEi of sec.
1, HWkj nnd Srf of NMj,bee.a. M4'
of NW't.,'. nnd NV L. of NE4', and 81j
.. f .Ii I X'l ..ICt'l' IL'IVI..
n .m.ij, nnu y't iii-4t'""i')ti;j
of see. 10, T 27. R M, 10 neres. $2,(u0
Aug. l A. It. Flint nnd D. L. Wat
son to Aaron Hom?, uudividvd one
tenth of Curtis Noblo donation claim,
in T 20, R 1.1. 15011.
Aug. 12 C. Lehnherr nnd wifo to K.
Render, block iu town of My rt to Tolut.
$100.
.AJRIRIIEnD.
August, 1-tth 1871'. at tho residonco
of tho drilled parents nt Coalcdo, by
A. H. Moore, J, P., Mr. Oeorgo I. Rob
ortd nnd Mlsi Rachel M. Duuliiun, nil
of Coos county.
.Tf nrlnn iHK-IllfCCHce.
Arrtrrd.
Bewiur, Aiis 17
fltr Arrata Holt S l.ij from H Y psis and
tnilso to Fred Hcheiter
Hlr Alojt Dunrsn Carroll 2 tlny from Crr.
cent Oily nl wsjr ports pass and mdsetoa
Bcliotter
TnesDir Aug 13
Br ti Itcbeeek Wton It day from 8 V to IX
It Iiiso
WK!rsiur Atti 20
floli Aurora Dirk holm 18 days from 8 K to
8outliK,rt Coat ri
Veil Norway Wlialman 17 day from 8 Y to
!mtmrt Coal co
Haltrd.
Atlff lo Belt Trcmlf r Hock B F
do 18 8tr Alex Duncan Carroll 8 Y
do 10-Hoh Arinlo (ico Milter do
19 Belt Knirn Ultr Dillon 8 Y
30 Htr Areata Holt H K
HmnUvrn Alioyt
IpitOM DATE, 8UCH CIOAKS A8
' nro now sold 2 for 25 cent, will bo
sold U for 23ccnU,nllin tho same pro
portion, I hnvo a heavy stock on
hand which I wish to roll.
C. U. Oomiex.
COOHHAY KKTAILMAKKKT.
Hutter Tn, 12
tJheeo ' " .'M
Lard " lo18
Ham " Irt(20
Itncon (i-Mo) " HftHJ
" shollldor', 12!
lkvt " ,' 8CflH
" iicr or. .-'--- 5 " 7
' corned " " 8
Mutton " 8 "12
ftnusagc " ----. 10
Kgg jsor ibw ...'.... ,",
Potalj " i'i
Apple iKir bus .--..- W)(r75
Hnpir " - - - - J2 ",
Coflco " ...-.. 27?,
Tea " (X)(370
Itico " . - - - - 8T'10
Hcnnt " C " 7
Fluiir iK'r bbl ...... 7
Apple dried " 12,'15
Itnbiin " Vi
Currant " 10
Oyster, 25 cent per can.
Tomatoes, 25 " ' "
Com, " " " "
I'euchen, ..17'ior 3 ran for f 1.
LOCKHART HOTEL,
3fri. 1-1. J. IstcUhart J'roprletrcm
Kmiiii: Citv.Oox.
Ei B. Dean & Co
K..I.DI2AX. D.AVILLCOX
AND
C. II. MERCHANT.
We iiavi: Ai.way. o.v Hand a Full
Assortment Of
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE.
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE,
MANUFACTURED TO ORDER
And
SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED.
and nt the
LOWEST LIVIXfi PRICES.
NASBURG & HIRST,
i Fkost Stiikxt, Maumikiku), Oo.v.
TVf EV OOODJJ BY EVERYSTEAM-
X er; Keep eunsiuntiy on iinuu in
our largo and eoiumolious store, a
well selected stocL-oi
GENERAL MERCHANNSE,
consttsing of tiic U'st utaplc and fancy
3DK-2- G-OODS,
of all kinds, tho choicest
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS.
Jl LAUUK STOCK OV
CLOTHING,
HATS nnd CAPS,
HOOTS and SHOES,
ItUIIBERS nnd OIL CLOTHING,
SLIPPERS nnd OILCLOTH
CROCKERY nnd GLASS
WARE, HARDWARE
uud TOOLS,
Cigars- and Tobacco,
lMi.vrs, oijj..
uud V.IK.M.-JIIUS,
l?IIOK'lMVl.M4
uud I.KMOKM,
ri.x.iv.iui.uH.i
A3I.tir,.TX.".
UUhtii;, uuun una i
l'IM.On'-'MiR,uml J
AND
STATIONERY
S"C7XSrxSBXXXX-C3r OOOD8,
VIVOD UOBIXIUY
Our extensive show eases are tilled
wish the. hut
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
PRICES TO SJTIT THE TIMES.
V. ItAll L'iKtds nurobased ul our
L2.ku ill Ink iliili liiikii,l It-.ui ma I riliiixita
at .tuv lntint on Ufu ixntlo o( tuu
Biortiuor Myuic, vi'i-u
BAY VIEW BREWER Yj
jvc.KSHiiEjriX), oct-isr.
Wm. RcicliertjProprietor
Keeps conxtantly cm Jinnd, nnd ofTem for cnlo n Hniwrlor article of
LAGER BEER, ALE AND PORTER,
WIJOMMAI.K a.n'u HKTAIL. -
MY IIAIl IS SU1 PLIED WJTIIT1IK C1I0WKHT JIIUXDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS AM) CIGARS.
HKANCII HA LOON AT EMM HE CITY v 1
J. ESTEY &
8(9. 16Mtrwt Vteir.
BRAHLEBORO. VT.
i m m- hi
Our bcw Oriras, expreasly OeeigBed for Sosday Bcfceolg.
Cbspl5 etc, Is provtogr a
Grtt.TESJL'H SUOOHSS.
Bo Sttre to sekd for full dcscrlptivo Catateoe be&X
pnrc&aeing' a&y otker.
THE LARGEST WORKS (OF THE NXD) OX THE GUK
Blastrated Catalogue set free.
VICTORIOUS!
HIGHEST & BEST AWARD!
Izi Otasd Kedl cf Eaaor.
Economy, Durability and Sapidity '
combiaed with perfect work,
Jin Disuagw&ac Tcuan cTtlx
ultbrutd
Giant Fan asi f areioise Fass,
uads rr
A.-P. DICKET,
Raetno, Wis.
Ke lart3 n btt improrcscnii, ky n bl;
trjaxitn tr try dakadi dosuc 3 kinds tf Gram.
IVu- "- dot neju. Con 2nd Sou9 Srcd.
Tb7 rnd Vheit faiecCr tj- tmx txedbtf. ! i
nil Om froan What, wzUr and Kj. Thtjrlurc
ry pcitttt maimccK fcr daahsc Ttvohr, ,
Clor, Flu Seed. Onixrd Can, ssd 3 other
5an 5Jl. Tby Cliff HtOlr, nJ cdibIhm
trfTT qvnraom ictjwiw 19 c ic wc .
HMtacncu
Wkithootr. w!t it Tana MQi. ate luxtfr coo.
trotted. bel ka.-xU nuirac dcw iuci to accsot.
Bodiu Ut dcauad. ud ci'ioc afttity cthoa 50
to 500 btukclt per hocr, cttrdag la lire cf Bil
l'br an shipped, boxed for ocua tnaipccutioa,
aad "set up cr "ksocked dm" fir fomidBC
tailed, as requested: acd a all cases put free en
Visard Cars or Steamer. Orders filled saete day as
received. 1
MUU slipped "Laocktd &m" t BalTt
freU ht charged at when forwarded "set up." Olf o.
.!. ..J iUhim n Miliil im snhhnriL Prim
rrapbs aad Cirru'an stpplkd sa apr
sll be qmted irw and on
peeKJeccc soliqitd.
'THELISHT-aTrMIHQ
H1W10M1
Tfaa BEST, LATEST IMPROVED,
and moat THOROUGHLY ronslmcted
SEWINO MAOHINEoTcrlurcaied. JIU
Uta wearing )arU are uiaja of tho BEST
STEEL, CAREFULLY TEMPERED
aad arti ADJUSTABLE.
It baa lha JL VTOXA TIO Tr.V5IO.Vt
aaa taa iujt0Mar aobhixi u t ih
Easiest Thraded Shuttle.
Tho llODBrNH nro 'WOITKP tritbout
flOfNINU or ONTHKila-DtHQ tna
UJLOU1HJL
II liai a SKLeETTINO NXEDtXt H
hat a D r Af. fbr reffuUttutr tho Icncto of stitch,
WITHOUT TKaTlNOl U baa a UiHQM
atAClB uuder tbe arm) It U NOISiCf mr.
and has mora italuU orKXCKULKMCK ttaa'
all other uuicliluca coiublued.
WAotnla wan tad In ooalltla
wlwra wo uro pot rpreaaatot,
Johnson, Clark I Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
s
(HM'KlHi: far Ihc O.V'l'
,1t.llI,Jri:,St('r jcr.
Km
iBatvBmWaVEi-'9$hbS
COMPANY,
K.l8-SafcTtw.
; EtfltllJQ. MMHm
XME
Taylor & Parley
CABINET ORgAN.
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AILQtfH7ia3ir!3of aarm!iM caaylM fea4
UdteMlastruaKBta.acdthi7CoetaJaBsf
SBSMTtAL IMPrcOVRMCNTS
VK MSB b otJicr Oijans.
Abntfls to produc oric whloh aluiH Im
urabl wo wHl not sacrtrte tftat wHtch
Is nacsanf and yet la rltl to psvrfoat
ersan, in order to mnlf a nierafatrray
starter.
W are atSI eoahkd to preaest as
StjUstt and Apfr,rite Cat
M ea be Cwod la th curlut, ith a Sa&k hJch la
WtfHTirtbyaay.
AS RKQARDS TONI,
-m rouomnva
Afsti witkMeiti & ffijim ifBmt
wax CBAjrrza rr -net
CSXIZtarUT. EXffiaaTICM CWWHHKMi
- Ftr Utwtf t 9 tttaaasMf. Eftsuu. ffTI tat
milllKt THE.irttr la hw nd ftVaoM
ae la IstluUlinJaucMftf tat UtaM.
Da not lul ta auk tprrkation aad
XXtUaVK TSS88 IKSCXTnCKXTS
Be&r Pcrr lining.
Catalsr-M 6e, on appHcatko to It
Ttylor & Farley Orgtn Co.
WORCESXEX. MASf.
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Meriden, ConriSU.S.d
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