The Coast mail. (Marshfield, Or.) 187?-1902, October 18, 1879, Image 3

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THE COAST MAIL.
llAMMi,orK'n I'l.Arn. Tlio Irovulnr
down tho connt, nftorn riilo (f Iwutity
four or thirty mliMovor nilxornlilo
troll, houvcs ft nigh ' "illof an lie
I'lnium In 1ht of tlio iU'iwitnl nwl
tlcneo nnil UrRO Imnw of .lohii Iliiitili
li.lr.iinur llio month of til" CmptlUc
liver nnil horo ho iihvnj'H roeolvfH n
lioBiilliihlo weh'oiuu Mini wholoKomo
fiuo. Mr, .Iruiihlork lucntcil l this
lilnco In 1W.7 when llio noiuosl wimo
Miittleinrnluiitliii rlvur, wih nt. tho
month of lloiivprHloiiKli, 2.1 milos Hm
tiuil;hohnncnuirei1 n Illlo '
twetm 800 nml $100 ncroH of Inml,
which In Htorkcil with cntllo lu'epinif
from 10t) lo 1W) hnml. Thin lneo wan
iiiieiixntt of heml inmrterH for tlio Ah
tiriglnoCf ml ""' ronmlii of tholr vil
liiRen mny ho m-mi on ovory hiunl. It
awih nlQ noiir thin plncu wlmro IrniiH
jiireil ono of tho hloodioHl Iiullnn
trnKPilicH which dnrkoiiH tho curly
hlntory of iinrKtatn- Tho hialory of
tliin, with other thrilling InHtlenln
uf the enrly hlntory of tho Koulherii
conHt of Oregon, will appcnr In tho
Mail within tho coming year.
Vai.uaiii.i: Mirr.u.H. At tho roqtioat
uf ii friend, wo rcptihlisli tlio follow
5 iik extract from tho icporl of lion.
.1. Hr WIIhoii, ('ommimioni'r ol tho
lleneral Land Olllee, for tlio year 1S77:
Iitinil'M AKIT Ohmivm An alloy of
tluw metnlo, called iridomnino, is
fouiul iiwoclatrd with nntiVv platina.
Near Port Oronl, to tho North of
Uogno river, Iridium appears Hhfoclnt
til with Hold to tho amount of fifty
per cent. Willi further North, ho
tweni Capo llhmco and ('ofpiillo,
then runt an alloy composed of fifty
percent iildium and live pnreiit phi
tinuni. Hetweeii lUudolph and Cupo
Arao their metnlie ccnloi lino been
found compoM'd of nevcnty-flve per
cent iridium and Vi.v per cent of plat
inum. It i inml in niaiiufauluriiiK
the nilmof nml l11'" "ml hns ran get 1
aK high t'AWpur ounce.
Tin: l'lioxm.cr roit Kock. lat
Kuttirduy Mr. llutchiiiHou, who ha
lwcn prinpeetiiiK tho sloiio itmrrit
iip.tr the forks of Pooh river, i'uiuo to
town. lm ini: cnmiileted tho work ie-
ptired nt present. They opened on
the hhirk rod. at N. I J. Martinson'
place, anil found that it worked well'
About 1(0 (oiih weie taken out at 8
Maul. The ouautity i ine.liau"ta
ble, and the quality exceedingly hard,
heavy and durahle, it weighing iiIhhi
i.'(X) ponnili to thectihie feet, lie :il.o
upciieil on tho muuI rock at Ammn
Honors' place, and here found a km
quality of Ktono and easily quarried.
M'hiri xloiiei well adapted for liuild
iiiK purpoHR.-i. Making all allowance
for theopciixo id tiamtportation, tho
ln.itorinl for a Mmwnll can heohtaiued
from these qiiatritks at no uxtraoidi
iiury oot)
()i niMAi. BriiNi:n. During tho
ireicnt week our people have been
t reated to a view of V. A. I.ueo, not a
u hoodlum and 'raekolor' but as U. H.
Deputy Mnndial. He Iiiim been prom
enading the ntreetn, supported and
protected by that young hero, Cd.
Moore, iih a body guard, and serving
pnpeni for the V. K. Ciioult C'mirt.
Thin man haabuen more prominently
known in a violator of the law and a
dihturher of tho peace than any other
man in Coos county, for twenty year
past. It ixcharitahlo to Mippono that
Marnhal Waters in ignorant of tho char
ncterof tho man whom ho madu his
deputy.
tiKiunt'ft AccinnNr. On ThuiMhiy,
:i JoHcph (Mhhiiii was tolling n log 6n
the car with a jack sorow, in huso's
logging camp near rSuiiinor, the hohl
uf the jaekHcrow slipped and tho log
camo hack, catching him between
Hand tho log way, and erudiing his
chest seriously. His collar bono is
broken anil his lungs badly hruUuil,
but Dr. Mac key, who attended him,
thinks he will probably recover. He
f was brought to this place yostoiday.
CoNuiHTKNT. A ChrHtian is a good
enough man until ho gets botweeu
tho devil and his coveted hash. dr-
;
That is to say, when Wugslairfound
it unprofitable to do right, ho laid
aside his Christian pretenses and vol
unteered to assist Hill Luso in robbing
his wife ami childion of tho necessa
ries of life,
Xkw Hoii.i:itH. Thotug l'liriitin of
ElleiiHburg, will go lo Crescent Citj
us soon as tlio wnathor will permit, to
receive new Ixiilors. ,Sho is now nl-
inost unfit for duty, on account of tho
condition of her old boilers in mo.
To m: Kki'AUikh. Tho brhlgo across
the North Folk of tho Coquillo at
l'nirviow, is to Im) lopaired. Mr.Thos.
Norris has thocontiactand will pro
ceed with the work immediately.
J). II. Jones now pays miners nt
Houihport in gold coin. This is ono
of tho oU'eots of tho had maiiagemeiit
of tho national finances under u Jto
publican administration,
ItBV. 0. 1. D.wi.HY jeturupd fiom
Cnniiifl valley this wook, whoro ho
has boon holding a protracted meet
ing wo understand, with considerable
miecuss. '
Jaiiks Laiuh, of thu stage, lino, call
ed on us hislBalurday ; ho reports the
mini getting decji on tlio road,
In tid: CiiictMT. H. U. Uiso ooni
nioneed buIIh in the U. H. Circuit
Court nt Portland, against tho follow
ing named persons, alleged lo he hold
ers of hi propoilv in Marfthfield :
, I llaekor, (loo Davij, John Tlijpnr,
Uvu Dlood, Hans Iteed, .1 J Cniilfield,
V II Noble, W ( Wohsler, I) Young,
doe (luy, O K Knillh, W (1 Welwlur,
Lloyd, Mnrlln. A Italne. (Ins llnyiuoii,
Dan Campboll, W Werdon, W V IIIH,
W ChristeiiMiu, C 11 (Inldon, John
Kenyou, A Nashurg.Nnshtirg V Hirnl,
I iMaik.U W Tower, Win Jlelciioii,
0 ltalslon, F Idngrou, J C Hull, i
Noble, (1 Welmlor, I) Kionenblirg, 11
MilleiUio. W Idnd. Mm IHYIirll. J On-
borne, A Lohroe, (Joo rltniill' J M 81g
lin.J Krnat.T Hirst.
Tho millibar commenced In the
Htulo Circuit Court in this county
is ninety-four, llo is liable lo go
over tho entire lit with another grist
of suits any day.
fJoMi: Au.ioatou. In an ojoolmenl
suit by Mr. Jjiiflo agaliut Lobren, in
tho V. B. Oireull JCouit, for jiosossion
of a fractional lot of tide bind with a
suburban shanty, tho plalnliu" alleges
Us value at d,o(M. A person so famil
iar with miidllals iind tholr vnlue, as
Mr. I.uso, who nppliod to the Rtato
for nearly nil tho lido hinds on the
lower part of the bay, and nlleges such
i fiilseliooil lodragn person intocourt,
can he legardod as a monstrous alli
gator. Vm.virr grass need at reduced rales
Apply nt thitioflko.
MiimAda Smith is uittilittiiiK Mrs.
Hot nor in I bo primary department nt
tho.Aciuloiiiy.
Tiik Sutrllltt', owing If) the iiitpnso
hbieknossof the uight, remained in
Coos Klvor Thurnday night, arriving
here early in the morning.
Tin: rum fixed by tho board of
Trudees, as tho pi ice of lots in the
Cemotory isiflis') instoud of .fO.oOas
stated inourhistislue.
An iinportnnt iolitical item igo
lug tho rounds of tho Democratic
press we" found it in the News; it is
thus: "General Bhermnn can cat
myro wfttor-iueloiis than Hayes."
1 Among the suits commenced by
'l.uso this week, is mie Hgsinst School
District No. S. for the old school
house, and against the town of Marsh
Held for tho cemetery, park and
streets.
"Whom the gnds would destroy they
first make mud," isnu nticient adage
whieh is verified by the roeklasanojis
with which buso h been commenc
ing im!t within the past two weeks. A
mad man or an idiot, only, would pur
sue the course be has.
Wi: are informed that Mr. Surah
Dunbar was grunted a divorce from
Will V. Dunbar, in tho Twelfth Dist.
Court of California, on the .'id Instant.
Tlio custody of tho children was also
nviirdu(l tothe mother.
Tiir editor of ihe AVrs is toady
perplexed becauso the f,ondon VVrte
Woreniiivtoliiiu niarkol "X";liudoes
not scum to cnni)rehi'nd tho uieaning
of the mark. 1 1 means, simply that
your subscription has expired, and
unlexs you remit without dolay the
paper will ho stopped
Dii. OouiKNsays ho has tho nam and
two pnirof rowlocks Ixjlonging to his
skill', which Heated down the Iwy two
weeks ago Thursday. Ho would lika
to hear Irom it: a small, light skill',
reddish brown outside, and white in
side; sockets for two pair of low locks.
Uracil .Mlnliii; In Cun-j Comity.
The mining of gold on the ocean
bench ha always been one of the lead
ing productm industries of Curry
county. These mines have been found
loiinv front the Coquillo south to
some distance IkiIow tho mouth of
Hogue river, and a huge number of
these claims are still good ptopert).
Dennis Cunnlll' not long since, Mild
some claims of this kind near Kllens
burg for Jf'2,000, and much higher fig
tnea have been oll'eied for totito of
tho other beach toines in that vicini
ty. Among these may bo mention
ed thoOphlr Bench mine, a deposit of
black sand on anil near the boaeh
about five miles north of Kogue river.
Mr. Will lluntly, the piesont owner
has count) uptPil ditches etc. that sup
ply water nil tho your for working the
bench below high water mark. It
pays from three to ten dollars per day
and sometimes mote, to the hand
owing lo tho freaks of Xepttuto in
thiowing up tho sand. Tho bind'
initio is twenty-five feet nbovo tide
ami Is an old bench in which there is
a stratum of sand fiom ten to twenty
feet thick that assays from ono to til
ty dollars to the cubic yard. Exports
who have examined black sand, pro
nounce this tho riehoit thoy havo
seen in Oiegon or California. Thoio
is from thirty to forty feet of gray
sand above thu load, forming n Id nil'
of from Fovonly-fivo to ono bundled
feet nbovo tide. During tho winter
season Mr. Huntley runs one hydraul
ic under foity feet pressure using
fifty inohort of water five or six inoutliH
in the year, does all tho work hiin
polf and realizes fiom five dollars to
mi ounce n day. If somo enterpri
sing Ynnkco were to take hold of this
initio nnd construct a ditch from JJu
ehro orcekndistnueoof ten milos, it
would nll'oid two huudrod incline of
water all tho year.
Tin: Itinerant ineiehnuts, Cooper A
Sherwood are still in our count)', mid
soiling goods at suoh low prices that
our regular merchants havo nothing
to do hut set on (Ik ir chairs. Wo
havo frouuontly advised people to
trade with ortr regular established
mot chants oven if they do havo to pay
n low dollars nioro 2r our part wo
cannot see how thoy can sell goods as
cannot, soo now iiiov can sou goons
thoy do poiiio being cold loan than
regular wholesale prlco in San Vr
Cisco. Will some Ono explain?
tlio
ran
tsubaorluer.
THE SETTLEMENT
AND
EARLY SEHLBRHF COOS BAY,
XO. VIII.
C'oqfll.MC VAM.KV.
Many of tho old settleiH of tho Co
qtiillu were otiglnally eili.ons of t'oos
Jhiy, mid nil nro so intimately con
nected with this locality, by business
association, mid intercourse, that this
poiljon of our county Rooms, if not a
part of Coos Hay, n blood relation,
Tho Coquillo valloy is quite oxlousivo.
For more (linn ono hundred miles on
ila main river nml branches, it is
skilled by a valley from ono lo throo
milos in width, which is generally
rich and productive. Itn population
Is distributed through its whole ex
tent, and counts up by the thousand.
They hao labored steadily nnd pa
tiently, notwithstanding tho dktd van
tages of bad communication to, nnd
distance from ready mnrkets. Good
loads nro gradually being completed
in their midst, and the hope that the
iron horso will soon pass through
their valley to quicken and enrich
all their enterprises, is one that has
solid foundation.
mount ww iTt;si:riv.
Iloyond Knehantod I'rairio the Co.
quille cuts dcpy through tho moun
tain range, and finds itssouice in the
beautiful valley of Camas. Passing
over the trail, tho scenery increases
in interest and wildness, until at the
summit its deep charm presents a
viow of grandeur that inspires admi
ration. The narrow pathway, now
and then, approaches to tho very edge
of tho deep gorge, where tho reflec
tion of a pcible misstep oteitca an
unpleasant tremor. Proceeding on,
tho gradual descent of tho eastern
slope brings tho traveller to Cninni
valley, tho soft nnd placid loveliness
of whieh is in strong contrast with
the wild scenes from which ho ha"
just emerged. Itoenna gem sot in
tho rough bosom of nature, or like an
okU in the dsprt. Hungry and
weary, tho traveler hastens to Day's,
where tho mistress soU before him a
bountiful and luscious repast, and
tho soft ootioh woes him to refreshing
rest.
1)11. IIIUIMAK.V
Came with n colony from Halliniore,
anil settled on tho Coquille. As a
physician, ho had enjoyod n largo
practice-, and was learned in his pro
fession. He settled hero with the de
sire to retire from the practice of med
icine, and devote Ids' time to the more
congenial pursuits of agriculture. Ho
was the first to intioduce bee culture
in thU county, whieh proved profita
ble, by thooxcellenco and quantity of
their productions. Ho wns a gentle
man of large and general culture, so
cial in his habits, and interrosting as
a relator and companion. His integ
rity of character, and suavity of do
mounor, are inonuineiits to his niein
orv in tho hearts of his friends.
MU. I'lmitv
Is a patriarch among tho settlors of
the Coquille. Coming at an early
day, bo has devoted his timo and on
orcic to make a homo for himself ami.
his children, worthy of his industry
and skill. lie sits down in a pleasant
home, looking out upon acres culti-
vated and reclaimed by his continu
out efforts, and sees his sous and
daughters settled alKiut him, pro-porous,
thrifty and honored. His social
manner;, his unstained life and hon
orable record, will bo a fitting inscrip
tion to the tablet that will mnrk his
end.
oTiii:it strrrunis.
Lohnherr, Rowell, Dement, Harris,
Schiijoder, (hint, Hanibloek and oth
ers, among its early settlors, claim a
passing notice for the determined per
severance and courage which thoy
havo manifested, in establishing
hoiups of comfort and independence,
in the face of discouraging oirciun
stancosntul surrounding difficulties;
who havo loarod families of lespeeta
bllity and worth, and will lcttvo thoni
thu legtioy of a good naino, in n com
munity thoy pioneorod and holpod to
prospor.
VI.0OD3.
In tho wintorof 1S01, tho residents
of tho Coquillo liver suffered severely
by an extraordinary rise of its wators,
which swept away hou-os, Imrncs, cat
tle, foncus nml much of thoir piupor
ty. Somo wore loseuod fiom the tops
of thoir houses by boats, mid ninny
madu narrow escapes. Cattle nnd
stvino, lumber and furniture, rushed
down tho surging tide in mingled
confusion. The fasti vo rooster crowed
from bin porch, as ho wont floating
down, uususpootivo of his fate. Tho
disaster was a serious loss, but they
learned, from this oxporioneo, thu pol
icy of building upon inoro uluvntud
fiitoj.
niOTllUCTIYG ANIMALS.
Tlioso early settlors wore in uoh an
noyed by tho depredations of bears,
panther and wolves, who ptoyed up
on theiryoungcnttloundawino. Did.
ly hud u olid in at Enchanted I'rairio,
then uu outpost of settlomout, where
lie had numerous swino designed for
iiinrkel at Johnson's diggings. Judge
Dondy, nnd accompanying lawyers, on
ono occasion, iiimlo Dully's homo n
stopping plaoo for llio night. I lo took
groat pleasure in exhibiting his Qtool;
lo tho .Tudgo, who wns interested to
lonrii how ho would dispoio of hiti
prospective bacon. Dully vory read
ily nnswerod, "I shnll havo a home
innrkot." During tho quiet of tho
availing, tho pigs suddenly guvo forth
a shrill squeal ; Dully rushes out, gun
in hand, and shoota the boar, who
was too airoelionately hugging bio
porl.-ors. A second, nnd a third time,
dully hurriosout on it similar signal.
"All," says tho Judge, '.'now I under
stand what you mean by a homo mark
ot."
AN ADVESTUltE.
Our HhcrifT was, years ago, a rosi
dentof tho Coquolle, still lame from n
serious cut, ho takes his rifle, nnd
strolls out into tho woods ; copying a
brown boar at a convenient distance,
ho discharges his rif1c,nnd wounds him
severely. The unragod boar turtles
and pursues him growling with open
mouth, while (llenn flies precipilat-
ly to tho nearest tree. Around that
tree a spirited raco begins. Tho boar
is anxious to overtake him, and Glenn
is equally anxious to win "tho battle."
Tho bear means btHino-H, so docs
Glenn; If tho bear puts in an extra
"sput," so does Glonn. Tho bear be
gins to lag from his wounds and Glenn
gains and overtakos him in the rear.
The bear "takes ship" nnd pursues in
tho opposilo direction, and so the
race goes on. No one was there to
iccord their speed, orcount the 'caps.'
Glenn, in his excited interest in tho
contest, forgets his lamoncsi, nnd is
bound to do his "level best." At last
tho boar becomes discouraged, walks
slowly away, and leaves the champion
with tho honors behind. Glonn picks
up his riflo, decides not to follow tho
bear, concludes ho is not in want of
boar meat, and returns with laurals
of victory to his home.
N. B. Circumstances will prevent
the writer from the oontiniioiico of
these sketches for a few weeks.
A I'rninl Ilxpescd.
T.ast year a man named McAlpin
cnuvMsod Curry county, and Del
Norto county California, for the sale
of fruit tices. Ho claimed to be an
agent for tho nursery of L. Green.
We.-teru lle-ervo, Ohio, and took or-j
dors for .00 worth of tree. The trees
weie forwarded, but they arrived late
and being of an inferior appearance,
some parties refused to accept them.
Among others, Judge Woodruff wa
vietimired, and in older to ascertain
tho true character of the man he had
been dealing with, ho addressed a let
tor to Mr. Green, and received the fol
lowing reply. It is not probable that
Mr. McAlpin will push the collection
of th'obalancoduchiin for trees:
I'kkuv, Lake Co., O.,
Sept. 10, 1S7'J.
Mn. Di:t.o3 Woodiutk,
KUonshurg, Oregon.
Your favor of Aug 17th i" nt hand.
In reply to votir letter of inquiry, I
would say that Mr. McAlpin is a fraud.
Since I received your letter 1 havo
heard that this man reprc-ents us here
and picks up woithleas trash in Cali
fornia nndOreiron. such sis ho can buy
for nearly nothing, and labels it fine
ariotiex! riueh men will do anything.
Give him a wide berth ; you arc not
obliged to take any of the trees. He
will probably niako a big blow.
Ploae keep mo pooled in this nll'air
and 1 will tee that he is arrested;
probably ho will not come back to de
liver bis trees, but will send wine oth
er man, but look out for them.
Yours respectfully,
J.. UKKEX.
Wr. have beautiful weather again,
after two weeks of ni n.
Chance.
IIY I.K OAl'.COS.
Clinneel slvcpltc, ttieio Is no men thing as
clinncu;
Thu iiltn ! coni)rclientTC. truly good.
Look at tliu iMM'i, sial ' there at a glance,
Tl'u lncct ne'er nrriei before Its food.
Dons chance srrali'.'O the seasons., Imbecile,
The Sun ami Moon, that constantly give
11, .1,1V
Who plant liU lno within tho fertile rill,
Trusts not to nuance, he knows t!.at his Is
Man1 wl'Ili IntolllKcncc, oft led ajtrar,
Wh.it cin't thou Jo with all thy boasted
Would'at lc9r.i feonoroy 'twill thee repay
To watch the bee, thu butterfly and flower .
(Ireat Naiure lull nrrtn'j.'d nil for tho N-st;
The weak luiesotu-' protection 'gainst the
The wrciMind swallow cich builds up 1U nest
With fitoadfastatss; 'tis only wan goes
wrong. . . .
One ui)le'snl law has fioierncd all;
To mm 'ono I RlTe'i a freo will;
Virtue or Vice, by one he's sure to fall,
Tlio other elevates him high up lull.
"Ono perfect hole tlio universe, must be,
Harmonious;" a superhuman skill
Is visible, to all eternity.
"As evidence of one Almighty Will."
BOBH.
At jrnishfiold Oct. 10th. 1870, to the
wife of Frank Lincrcn, u daughter,
At llermnnsville, OctoborOtli 1870
to tho wife of T. M. Herman, twin
daughtors.
taaaMPacaiwTijnj;
DISD.
Tn Mnrshlleld, Oct. 15th 1870, Otto
fluoruo infant miii of Kred'k and Lou-
iaii.Tiininerinan.nKcu-iwooKS.
n Kr.ink ito' SIoukIi, in this
county, Oct. 10, 1S70, Jlrs. Lavinm
nonehrake, wife of Jacob lloncbrnko,
aged 01 yonra.
ltu-luo Iiolli'iice.
Ari-Ivs'tle
Toiifcnvv, Oct. 10.
Schr Norway, Whahuan, 10 dava from
Sim l-'ranclwo to K.ixtport Coal Co.
Stillt'iU
Oct 14 Str Telfair, Ilutler, S F,
ii h Schr Auroni, lllrkhohti, S P.
" 1 1 Schr l'remier, Koch, S F.
" MSchr Jus Towneond, Ilenrlx.S F
" MSchr Laura .May, Aekernmn.S F
15 Sehr Compeer, Alitrtlu, S F.
" 15 Sehr C 11 Merchant, Lrwreuce,
S F,
THE
NEW DRUG STORE,
MAItSFIKLD, OR.
XEXT DOOH TO MAIL OFFICE.
LOUJS MUXJIOJZ, 1'ropHetor.
FULL STOCK OF
Drugs & Medicines,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY VIKTIJKofnn execution did
issued out of the honorable Circuit
Courtof tho State of Oregon for tho
county of Coos, on the first day of Oc
tober, A. D. 1879, in favor of B. II.
Cammann, plaintiff, and against Ili
rnm Elliott, defendant, for the sum of
two hundred and fifty-six dollars and
tho further sum of twenty-eight and
sixty-five one-hundredths dollars costs
and disbursements, to-gcther with in
terest and accruing costs, I have lev
ied uiKJii and will sell at public auction
on NiUurtluy, UirlNt tluy ofto
vcmber, IM70, nt two o'clock r. M.,
at the court house door in the town
of Empire City, in tho county of Coos
and State of Oregon, all the right title
and interest which the said Hiram
Elliott had on or nftcr the 8th day of
Scntcmber. A. I). 1879, in or to the fol
lowing described renl property, to-wit
Lot No. one (1), in block No. forty
seven (47), in tho town of Empire
City, Coos county, Oregon, as shown
by the recorded plat of said town of
Emniro Citv.
A. G. Aiken-,
Sheriff Coos Co.,Or.,
Bv II. W. McI.vtosh, Depty.
Empire Citv, Or., October 2d, 1879.
OOOS. ZBjk-TT
MARKET,
MA I1US1I FIELD, OKEGO.V,
U. 1 Boss, V R. FiMr&o.x a D. HoLi.ijjn
Proprietors.
IMI IE .A- T s
and provisions of all kinds
bold at tho lowest
living rates
and
DELIVERED atony point desired
FOB
VESSELS,
LOGGING CAMrS
AND FAMILIES,
ALWAYSJEADY.
Cay-AVe keep nothing but thcbestjff
nnd insure sstisfaction.
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HIGHEST HONORS"
Centennial World's Fair, 18761
SHONINGER ORGANS
VECBOUX3ZS VSAZIXOCSTX IS HI
BEST INSTRUMENTS,
nstreosptnUn eiMltuiM U recntM4 hV
JmlH in ihtlr Ilaport. troa vbUh tb
loUewlag U an nuut:
"Th. D. UIIOXI5GRH. ORQAIT OO.'B
aabtbtt tli best Initruont at a
rrlo rtadtrtae Uiea posslbl to a Ur elsM
e( pnrhasr, batlaf a eoablsatioa ol BmAs
tod Bolls, prodoclnj dot! sad plaaila ffol.
onUtalnc saacy dulnbla iBproTassata. wUl
Uad loccar tn rr or damp eUmat. ItM Habit
ta C oat of order, all the boards txtag Bad
Uires-plr, rot tegethsr so tl Is ImpoHlbU rot
shun to Ilbtr ahrlok, sirU or spllL" THB
ONLY UllQAJiS AWARDED TUIS
BANK.
This Usdal aod Iward vaa craatad after la
Boat atTera oompUtloa of tb bast msksrt,
bfua one ot tin most couapaUnt Jarlaa
Tsr arasmbled.
Haw RItIm and cries lost lsraad. which ara
ta aoooTdaoce with oar rala. tba BEST, OR
eAH tot Hit Itat moner.
W ara prepared to appoint a few aew JLgsats.
Dtostratsd CaUlegnea miUtd, post-paid, atl
ejpUoaUoa ta
I SHONINGER ORGAN CO.,
6T U 1M CBmiKCT BTBXET
2Ts Hatd. Oon.
OOOKINQ 0 HEATI3IO
New Excelsior Oil Stove.
Just tlio Tlilnjt for LlgUt Honsekceptng.
it 'wltl Droll, IloMt, and llaka Uttsr Ihsn a Ool oj
Wijod Stoft. fiia for Circulars. A O Eh 18 WANTLA
COLEMAN GAS APPARATUS AND
OIL CO
ts Mtaart Br, - - Cmnoo, lu.
Th Orwil Cure for l,rrK Indtjtstloa, IHIIoos
UewUcb,IJtrCuniliul,lanr auaAu, U.u.tU
PeMlltr, nJ all ccnilJalnta
of Sluaubch, Ui.r ln
en Hi. newl JIuiJ
lulocii'louf
ABSORPTION.
No Urns'. No lo. tor Hills.
Smut! for (UicuUiv dwiltK
lur Ui AUjil'Uos Our
u llio rttolullon It l tulu ta Ibe sdsaca of mll-
clue,
rnrrandAKiw Ilrlt,
Tonic Hell, fJ. and
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rrl,.. lL.lt. ullll.nttaaliv sddrctM flM of PUSUXS
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n mrli't or ti iw ". " 11.00 for lufanf. 1WU
AGENTS wanted lu titty county ;n tLa
Unltcxl Statca.
AUdress, FISH Kit MEDICATED BELT CO.
'2T1 Illinois St., Chicago.
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B Hi " l U e4 U
1 1 Medicated
II BELTS.
BAY VIEW BREWERY,
.A-KSIBCFIEilir), OQ-3ST.
Wm, Reichert-Proprietor
Keeps constantly on hand, nnd offers for snlo a Buperior article of
LAGER BEEB, ALE AND PORTER,
VVIIOLE8ALE amd RETAIL.
MY BAR IS SUl PLIED WITUTHE CHOICEST BliANDB 0V
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
BRANCH SALOONAT EMPIRE CITY
J. ESTEY &
So. 16d-Xoat Ylrnr.
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BRATTLEBORO, VT.
Our ncsw Organ, expressly designed for Sunday School
Chapels, etc, Is prorlng a
Gr'SL'ElJL.U SUCOHSSs
Bo sure to send for full descriptive Catalogno Icfor.
purchasins any other.
THE IARGEST WORK COF THE HMD) ON THE- GLOBE
Illustrated Cataioyne sent free.
VICTORIOUS!
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HIGHEST. BEST AWARD
And Onsid Haiti of
Economy, Durability and JUpldlty
combined with perfect work,
An Distiagimbiac Fcarorcs oftbt
cclcbrited
Giant Fan antl Warehouse Fans,
tuna rr
P. DICKEY,
Racine, Wis.
A.
Now kararrnaayUuiaiproTemcats, they "jfoBy
qulo erery dctoind: donicg aa a'ao",1"'
FUi, Beans, Cor Beaas, Com ajd SmU Sd.
Try-rdeVhtperfcbj-eceliaBUinc. Sep
arate 0ttlrom Wheat, v-rkr andRre- TheyhaYe
Ytry perfect arrangeraents for deanni- Ti"JT.
CloYerTFUx Seed. Orchard Crau, ead all other
Small Seed.. Tkey Chaff perftctlY, and eomNaa
rrerr ejoihScatioa reqored t do lha beat worK ca
the taoctett use.
Warehoose, as well as Farm MEi, art largely tno.
strueted. both Unit reciririoj rina uies ta accom
modate the demand, and pw- a opacity of from j
to too buihels per hour, accordinf ta ue of miu.
They are .hipped, b-ued for ocean traniporunoii,
and "et up" or "laocted down" for forwardlnt
InUrd. requeued: and ia all ee. put free on
board Can or Steamer. Ordcn tlUd aame day aa
M'SSihlpped "lcaocled down" C 'or jf
frdjht charecd a. when foewarded "t op. Olee.
trapha and Cireulan .upplied on appScancn. Prices
will be quoted & and on Ubenl term. Camai
oadence foliated.
THELIGHT-RUinOTQ'
Oha BEST, LATEST IMPROVED,
end most THOROUGHLY couslrocUd
SEWING MACHINE 0TcrlnvcnU0.JlU .
the wearing parta aro tnada of (lie BEST
STEEL, CAREFULLY TEMPERED
and are ADJUSTABLE.
' HhuUtoAUTOXUTIO TEXfilONi It
baa Uta XAMOMST BOBBIN) It has tfce
Easletft Threaded Shuttle.
Tbe BOBBINS aro WOTJKD irltboua
RUMNINU or UMTHHWADIMO laa
MAOUIWE1.
It has A BELFBTTINO ITEKDUSt It
has n MI AIi for regulating the lengUi of atltcb,
WITHOUT TKaTINOt It baa a. LAHGai
81'AOK under the arm; It la NOISKLMfcS.
and has more voInU ofKXCKXXlUiCK tatas
all olhtr macliluoa combined.
JO-AonU vvamtod tn looalUUa
whore, wo aro not ropraaanted.
Johnson, Clark I Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y-
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Taylor & Farley
CABINET ORGAN.
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la these instruments, aid they cwtafe many
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VC3 IWSDln otber Orsaaa.
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DurBble, we will not anortfloe tftait wtota!;
Is not esn, and yt la vttsil tr. Pfffet
Organ. In order to make .Morefsnof
sivrler.
Wa ara anil csabUa ta ptataal u
Stjllsk and Appropriate Cases
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tstStUBllbyany.
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tub rouowwo
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Taylor & Parley Organ Co.
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WILCOX&WHITE
ORGAN CO.
Meriden, Conn. U. & A
Exasen
"Children's Blow Pedals,!
Adjusttd orr emoYBdlnstMitiy.
iRViAtid and Exclusivity
HStd by this Gonpy.
The most popular
Organs of the day! ,
UIRIVALLED IN QUALITY.
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