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THE COAST MAIL.
OFFICIAL ORfiAN OF COOS CO.
MATtfKBAY, . . Oof . U.1, l?j
A to Southern Claims
Some lav since vp hoard a Dcm
oprnol loudly aw?rting that nil of
th tnlk alwut tht Government over
bouiK called upon to pa v the liwcs
of tho Hotttli during the rebellion,
wns jhmiwhw. thnt no one whs in
favor of miy thing of the kind. The
him Italian in mistaken. It is tnio
thht Uw jmtriotic Democratic voters
of tho North are not in favor of the
recognition of thfc claims; hut the
' ntrength of the Democratic pnrtv is
in tho South, and upon the South
the party inuat look for it future
majorities, if it havo any. This be
in? the cnw tlie South "muet bo sat
Ufuf, and the Democrats of the
North cannot if they would, deny
thtir demands. Tlwy havo thus
far Ix-sii put off, hut tho demands
nr- frHjtvently heard from, and at
nnv ntomcut when it shall become
h- :lde to amNiiplUh their purpose,
they will be pushed forward for nl-
In 1S7C, when the appropriation
fir th jmyinent of the oxponsc of
the Centennial Exhibition was pend
ing in Congrww, UenrefoMativc
ok, of Georgia, wild the "Govern
ment tiitmild Ih? jut K'fore it is gen
erous; that tin tixtv million dol
lars wreah-d from tlie South during j
wie n-oeiunn, snouut ou rostoreu oe
foro the passage of that bill." It is
the conscientious and norsibt
ont claim of the average confederate
brigadier, of which class Southern
Domoeralic Congrc-Mueu arc made,
that tlie Confederate debt is sacred
as that of the Union, and should be
jt-iid. As a matter of jwlicy it is
Jift out of their platform?, but it is
d ussed among the people, and oc-c.i-iOnaUy
finds expression among
thfjr reprentatives on the floor of
Conines. The Democratic party
fh'iuid never have control of the
I mtod States government till it ip
r idv to 1i8iuiiis jmyment of Con
f Lr.ite loose.
Mews or a Veteran Democrat.
JtvlsjeJ. S. Black, of Pennsylvan
ia, tf tlie "old school" Democracy,
of vliich we sometimes read, has
gm n to the Washington I'ot his
vji ws upon national lolitics, to tho
eirxt that the treachery of Tam
many ie enough to m'ako a true
Democrat "curse hi letter angel
fran his side and fall to reproba
tion ;" that Tilden, in bis opinion,
dfx su't want to 1k the candidate in
1 W), but that he can have the uom- t
motion if lie it, willing to take it;
that his jwrrional preference is not
fr Tilden, but for General Hancock,
ixjeau' he was tlie first officer of
hi rank in the regular armv that
lifted his. voice to Fay a good" word
for constitutional litarty;" but be
think Tilden deserves a vindication
as the victim of fraud and slander.
Judge Mack cays the talk to the ef-'
foct that Tilden outrht to have seized j
the presidency, and had himself in-'
augurated at all rihks is "unmitiga- j
ted. nonsense." if the House had I
dolared him elected, then ho would
havo een unfaithful to his duty if
lie hul not taken pousiion; but
uh"ii Lis political fcitpiKirters in
Ciui"p -s ncrmittetl Jiim ahd bib
co?i.-iitu.nio to lc juggled out of j
tln-ir rights, lie could not remedy
The Ohio Legislature .Stromrly Repab-
1 Iran --n::, 000 Republican
Gain in fowa.
Coi-tMiirs, fttet. lfi. Tlie Jlepubli-
irm will linvft nii'lit maioritv ill tlie
Himte.and certainly 3-j majority on J
Tho Republican committee are now
notifying their eorreiondents that
TV'-n'rV majority will iirobably fall as
Iu m 7fX.
'Srw York, Oct. 10. Tuesday's
HettMiii beem to be generally arcop
tod as the death knell of greenback
Urn and other aide irrtios. Tw Jferald
e.i' t1i(' "Ohio idea" goes to the re
pur -hup if perchanco it escapes the
wn-U Ueap. Ao oilier state win enre
. .. ... . .. j . .. :. i.:., t.lnl
1 1 iiiakb iroiniiiwin. v i un w
hull. DmMoikkkOcI. 13. All later re
turns increase the Republican ma
joritv. Tbe Htale Register now puts
tho ftepublican majority on the State
ticket at JJO.OOO over all other parties,
and extremely likely to bo ao.000.
The Republican majority in tbe Leg
islature on joint ballot will be lurger
than in tho last Legislature, and tho
Republican gain over two years ago
Tnu rhiladolphii lltcord iy:
Thiire has not liemi o melancholy a
failuio in Amorienn politics for manv
a year as that of Senator Thurnmn, or
Ohio. When ho made his rccont
Hpeeoh at Cidttmbub, tho hall wan but
half fillod. Tlie speech was undoubt
edly a better one. than any othor man
in Ohio could make. Rut tlie lion ha
niado a miiiako : he has put his foot in
to a trap, and the mice in his party and
the other take tho opportunity to wor
ry him. w
Ox Sunday, Kept. 28th, I'Af. Wise
the noronaut, attended by a tingle
companion, Ocorge Uarr, inodo a ba -loon
niwoiwhm at Ht. Lout. W hen
last kooii tho balloon was moving over
tho itortliuni part of Indiana in the
dlrootion ol Lake Michigan, and they
irobabiycanio down and porwlied in
Tlik Ilismarck (Dakota) V(f "f -
Tjr . ....aj
tvirts that I cur nvmu '" ,
vn urnw wu ."'"","-,-..:
In MrniriM). III1V IIVU lliwu-
Indian war In Ariionn.
A Tucson dispatch of tbo lfltli,
brings tho news of oonunonced hostil
ities by tho Apaches in the tippor Uio
Grande valley. Thecitiiennofaplne
called Colorado woro iKeigwl for sev
eral days and appealed for aid ; Sun
day a volunteer company of 30 men
utulor Capt. J. C. C'rouefi, wont from
Manilla to their aid. Thev met 100
Indians near Colorado and 18 mile
from SIiHUim's ranch, on the sidu of
the rond. After a severe fiht the
volunteers were compelled to fall haok.
Theyhnd a runniniz fight into Shi
cums ranch. The killed in thw light
were V. T. Jono, county clerk of
Dona Ana county, and four Mexicans,
On receipt of tho" new at Mesilla two
more companies of SO men were rais
ed, by Col. Kynearson, composed of
the best men m Mesilla vnllev. The
companies were to join Crouch at
SlocunTa and go to Colorado. Two
trains were captured west of Slocmn's.
In one of them eleven men, one wo
man and one child were killed, and
in the other all hands escaped. v ihin
four or five days forty persons were
killed. The Indians appear to be or
ganised for a thorough campaign
against the whites. It appears nQo
that a large IkhIj of Apaches have
gone south into Texas.
A Mlntl Man Kobbol by liN Wire-
It is seldom that a wife will desert
her husband in his misfortune, but a
Into Seattle dispatch tells the follow
ing: A man named John Richards a
prominent farmer of Snohomish coun
ty, and who during a brief illne last
pring, was taken suddenly blind,
came to tbe city a few weeks" ago ac
companied by his wife and & hired
man employed on his farm. He here
dUposed of the farm for $1500 in cash
five town lots and two houses, the
deed to which he bad niado out iu
his wife's mime. They tbcrcup n left
for San Francisco ostensibly to pro
cure medical treatment for Richards.
Upon reaching there, however, Mrs.
Richards and Colwell, the hired man,
decamped, tbe former iockotinK all
the cash, and leaving the old man
without much as as a five cent
A (ulet House.
An ex-Mayor of St. Louis asked hU
wife to sign a conveyance of some
property that he desired to sell and
she surprised and angered him by re
fusing. He swore that unless' she
complied he would never sieak to her
again, and che was still obdurate.
That was sixteen years ago, and al
though they have been a loving cou
ple, and have since lived in the same
house, they have never exchanged a
word directly. They roomed apart
but sat at the same table, and were
never guilty of any disresjyect to earh
other, save that of silence. When cir
cumstances made communication be
tween them absolutely necessarv,
they respectively addressed their
daughter, and she snoke for loth
Tlieir questions, so put, were always I
framed in the third persm. Thd
daughter died a short time ago, but
the parents are said to still decline to
Lawlessness in Georgia.
A Sparta, Georgia, dispatch of the
18th, says : Accounts of outlaws in
the eastern jxirtion of Baldwin
county are generaly exaggerated.
The trouble is political. Outlaws
burned tho gin and cotton houses
and fodder stacks of Mr. Itobson foi
the purpose of drawing him out of
hishom-e to shoot him, killed a iv
gro man for rciwrting them to the
grand jury, burned the tannery and
barns of Lake Ilobinson, and whtp
jxxl a colored woman and her daugh
ter in Hancock county. Tho gang
haf taken refuge in the swamps of
Oconee and Ogeclic.
It is strange that people wiil "ox
agerate" such trivial matters, and
make them apjear really serious.
Another Centennial Anniversary.
Tho governors of theoriginal thir
teen states mot at Philadelphia on the
18th instant, nnd resolved to celebrate
the centennial anniversary of the sur
render of Lord Cornwallis at York
town, October ltfth 17fil. A commit
tee of one from each State to be nom
inated by tbe governor thereof, of
which committee Gov. Holiday is to
l.nsvlinirmnn will !(' rmnoillted tO
make projicr arrangement for such j
... .ll. ,.:... TIi!j .jtrtr, .fnTlff fflft till
meetwitb the univemd approval of!
the people of the Union. Let tho f
spirit of the revolution bo kept aiivo
bo faras jxissiblo amid the political de
generacy of the times.
Okasterous Flood aud Stona In Spain.
On tbo 21ut a hurricane accompan
ied by heavy rains, visited various
parts of Hpain, causing great damage
and Ions of life. The cities of Scora.
Orihuela, Morclland, Orevillcnts, and
a large number of villages between
Murcirt, AllicanteandCarfjgent, wore
..,... p iua iniiiroil The rivers siul-
denly rose several yards during the
night, and the inhabitants were com
pelled to fly without saving any i.rop
ertv, the streams are cohered with tho
wrecks of farm houses, agncumirai
implements, dead cattle and some hu
man corpses. One Jiunureu aim niu-
teon coriwcs navo .- ....-...
FoUr villages are in ruins and thou
sands of peaKnnts wholly destitute
A LirrrKU written from MatautoniB,
Mexico, speaking of the Into remark
able discovery of precious metal in
the Sierra Mojadas mountains wiys:
You know that I havo beoti hoino
thing of a traveler; that 1 have scon
tbo mines of California, Australia and
among the LTral mountains for, du
ring my wanderings, I corresponded
with you; but nowhere on this plan
et hao I over seen the richnens in
mine the same uncounted tons of
Kohl. The very mountains, lolly and
rtiKKcd as thoy are, seem to bo builtof
Kohl. Untold millions of the yellow
,re and dust aro In sight; bow much
there may bo hidden in tho heart of
the mountains only H who created
all woalthoan toll.
Sidtriuk for Hu- Juai IUi;-
Tiibrk nro 800 Chinaman mining
on Snake river.
Tin: late tax low in Josephine coun
ty is 86 mills ; rathr heavy I
Mn6. Ji:seu: Urn-ton KniuioNT lee
turos to tho .-oung ptoplu of rreseolt,
Only 500 voles were cost in all Ca'i
foniin in favor of ChhiMe iminigm
tlou, and liD.000 against,
CiBNKRVI. QUANT mill inrle uIIa.1
from Portland on the 17lh for San
Francisco, lie will proceed oiwtwnrd.
An old man, uanio unknown, was
murdered near Clear Lake, Modoc
county, California, week before last.
TonruvNn's Mechanics Fair was
opened last Tuesday, with a credita
400 tons of Hour was shipped to
San Francisco by tho steamer Cir
nin on Tuesday.
ATuorsAxn emigrant eml-nrkml
at Genoa, on the 10th for tbo United
States, and 1,200 on the 12th.
Frkiohts to Europe aroon tlioriso;
flrt per ton is now offered to Liver
pool, and it is thought that f A) will
soon be paid.
Hktwken thirty nnd forty Cheyenne
and Arraiwhoe boys are 6n routo to
the school for Indians in l'ennsyh-n-nia.
A Flomda aper says the negro is
never known tosneeie, and asks for a
reason for this fact on scientific prin
ciples. Ci.vnK shipbuilders have advanced
the rates for the construction of now
rcso-ls, about a sovereign per ton, to
meet the advance in the prices of iron.
Tue Chinamen of Portland, who
are very numerous have erected a
theatre, and it was dedicated with for
mal ceremonies on the 0th instant.
Sir. John A. McDonald, is in Kns
land solicit:!!'.; a subsidy of .ElOO.OlXV
000 to asWt in building tho Canadian
H. C. Dvi.R. the defaulting Kx
Shoriirof Yanhill county, has heon
convicted and sentenced to tho poni
tentiary. J. 1I. Tipton of Douglas conntv,
was lately finotl $100 in tho U. S.
Di-trict Court, for cutting timber on
It is thought, that hops will bring
10 cents per pound this year, and the
hop raisers in Oregon and Washing
ton will derise large profit from thoir
At Carson City on the ISth, Theo
dore Winters colt Connor, two years
old, by Norfolk, carrying eight janinds
over rule weight, won a three-ouarter
dii-h in 1 : lolB', the fastest time over
made by a colt of that age.
Tub Transcript learns tho Hon. Re
riah Drown has purchased tbo old
Snohomish Star office, ami will soon
commence publishing a paper.or rath
er he will reive tbe Seattle Dispatch
as a literary sheet, liojrinninjr, w'ith the
number and volume of that paper one
year from the time of its lat publi
NASBURG & HIRST,
Front Strkkt. Mar.-hkikld, Oon.
ATKW GO(JD. Y EVERY STEAM-
.r lr ii f.m.riintlr r.li h.'llid 111
j. i ' 1 -,.
our large and rommodiuii store, a
well sfleeleo stocK f)i
f-ousitsiug of tbe host staple and fancy
of all kinds the choice" t
A N D-
A UIMir. STOCK OP
If ATS nnd CAPS,
BOOTS and SI70KS,
UUBRKRS and OIL CLOTHING,
SLIH'EKS and OILCLOTH
CROCKERY and GLASS
Cigars and Tobacco,
ts(l H.KtB OEtM,
CUTLKUY, WOOD nnd
WILLOW A UK, and
Our exteusivo show ca-os are filled
wish the finest
MILLINERY ANDJFANCY GOODS.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TI-MES.
N. 11 AH goods purobased at our
Store win i uemorou iruo n viimu
at any point on the route of the
B00T& SHOE MAKER
W XTjTj X0 VXjXiaCXIXfi
iu a thorough manner and uo
Hho!oii Front Street, opposfto the
Pioini JJarket. vt'7'tt
n ky xnxv.tvrwKMKvrH,
.i,'M, ' ---r , ...
This interesting and nimiidng
work will bo ready for delivery in
about four weeks. ' The concluding
Chapter will contain nlit of all thy
ollicern of Coiw county from its
organization to tho present. Many
new, novel and
Not horutoforo mentioned will bo
incoriKiratcd in tho Book.
X3TLIOaJ, BO CJnSVTB.
Orders addressed to the Covsr.
Mail oflice will Imj placed on file
and promptly filled wlion the work
Will be inserted at the following
Onh-Tiiiku I'aok, -
O.VE-FoUltTH l'AK, ' -
- -l m
IhiHiiioss carde, lmlf-inoasuro, one
and u half incliqs, - - $1 SO.
WUUIJ lIJCt'Ww'w wa ! " 'ww " " '
S eo peiiQ cl-
mins ihwjmTiTvr IIBUN" K-
GOOD BEDS AND GOOD BOARD.
So ciiiyiisnnioKX -Mrff.
F. J8. WIXCUKflTBR,
"" "'.3'.iSitKit siTdfFT
i. Pno-vr op twi eiorTRAt. litmeu
Mamlilleld, Otfn. '
I f yon want an oay haw,
Ae fowl m Iwrber ever gave,
Jtut call on me at my saloon,
Prom mom 'till night or buy ikH
My raon' sharp, my iwwM, keoti,
M v shop is neat aud towels clean ;
And there 1 think that jou will ft ltd
Raeh article to suit the mind ;
1 trim the linir with skill for gent,
Of courao tho price is fifty eentu ;
ShainjKKiing, too. I do that Well,
Give me a trial, that will tell :
So help me gracious if t make you hol
ler, You need not pay a quarter of a dollar.
P. S. Hot and cold baths alwujs ready.
C. U. MKRCHANT.
WS HITK ALW1TS CS HA.-U) A V'CU
9T0RK A! WAYS ROMPLETti
. , j. , .....-, .
i TJ JVL -ED JBu Jr6
MAXUFACTUUKl) TO OKDKtt
SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED.
and at the
LOWEST Lnixu PRICES,
Rosobiii'K A: Coos Bay
.1. t'Mti't.'H .V ., PraprlLin.
Stafjm irWleuvf (to City jHfery
afternoon (Sunday exci pt.sl; on thw
arrual of the uteniuer Uuo.
wiahiiiK to go to IUisclmrg or airy
other part of th inttrior will make
eonnet-tion with tli- rtiijte hy going to
Coon City cdi . y of the Day nU'.unent,
1.E.VV1XO l OO t ilV TlfK aASIt, UAV.
L lo Dean &
E. 11. DEAN,
.I&TiJ-UWQyxpTVJWtomm: nod C. W. Satttord. ol Uoo
inaldng eloic eonnet-tion with the
ear and oerlnnd alsvK' f at Ittwelmnt.
All biMiiM-M ent rioted to .air care
will be attended to with promptness
FARE TO RQSE8UR8REDUCED TO 6
Telegraph offno, Ihnnire City.
JLB8irFJKi.n i. KurutE C:ty.
II. P. WIIITNKY, PorwET0.
A good supply of ,
J1KISF, l'OKK, M U TTON,
aud all kind of
eontanll' on hund. AUu a
gijod Htiiek of
hUPPLIHJ) AT SHORT AOT1CJ-J
Livery k Feed Stable,
N0ULK IJH0S., - lVoprietor.
Wo havo lately built a firt-elad
Slablo on l'ino utreot, and Iiiito If oros
to hire at all hour-i. Hauling done at
Hi Mil I HIM'-1 '.' ItJXILKfA .WJ-.rT71
-O0 0KIS0 0 11 EAT I NO
Nev Excelsior Oil Stove.
Juit the Till n for I.lfij'.it I!o-.ielrrili.,
It MI Ilnll, lu.i.t, ti4 IU'ie Uinr tlwu a 01 r
Wg'.lhlor. iMHurUiculmn AUL.MS WAKTI.1'.
COLEMAW 0AS APPA11ATTJB AUD
It Mtr Hi ,
11 . y- . t,,m tluallidd f ft. tll'a.t I. .ri Tllll.ilO
IIen.lutic, Mvir(uirlJiii, OTr awl Atfw, uKw'tu
wfHt iiittli M tV hlltH
an ) u jimftljr UUtuvrwiJ
illli' ll (if
K lui-i.. Mn liK4ur illlli.
l-ruil Imi ('lfLuIl.11 tint lili.
Iliic 111 Alflril4Uu (.uja
n.rl Ilia revululiuu tt 1" uualbfi lu 111 m(m. ut Umii-
Prvrrnnil Atu ll.lt, 0').
I'r.i.lc llrir, 0)1. hii.I lufioiti 11.11,01.
TlirM IIIU will I wni iu kuy fckli fiwi uf jIm
u ihmO 1 uT fitU mu.Ii, ur tlx tut lullil' IWft.
AQENTfl wml hi ery aounty In llio
AddreuJ'fSIIKII MKWCATKl) Utl.T CO.
'M'i llliuul HI , fliL-ug,,.
i,hhwi'"' Hi in'nwwqWM"''''
tHthnt'mmtv Court tar 0wt mnnt.
Oreje". 1" lr"ble.
In tn mUr? .tf the lMl u ' '
Uranw-r, do .hwhI.
WllKMtAll Ail (ml'T bn lHII UlllV
n,deh""h" "aNdllllhHl ('..art. .Htecf-
the ral "tale lHl..nHlnp o wdd 'tate
",-wil l-l iiW.vk l.lntlw lnnf
Hnwiwr, In f ' ' Orejaai. t.. wl
Mr UwdehN of wild eMat.; thcref.w,
notk-eU hrtrl..vici.'n. tli.it. In miwu
iZ mid ndei, I HI, n M N.
1AY.TIIkVtTI1 PAV OF iKTOUKK.
187i, lHUern Uic inniraoi w ' . .
m, o'clock r. m. " Mjtay. "
&hote dir In iJmHojrtty, .,
..1.1 ..i .ti dirulont nubile auction.
to the big bMt Wdder fut eMh.
Aitmlnbitntter ol wW eUte.
Dated (Kptwuwf ! !
Wetlw r I'lwtl tnir.
U. R. La!o Orpine,
lloKtirtto, Dr., tct, 1, l70. (
Notice is hereby ven that the fob
lowing named wttlerbiw Hlwl noti.e
of hit intention to make fluid prt.t
iu npportif hi claim, and urv ll
nil entry thereof at the expiration or
tbtrtvdajifrom tho dale of thin no
tice," i: (orgo L .Mctrimim.
K-imwtead Application Xo. tfTV.'l, for
ih. cm half of north-wist iptartcr
woth-west quarter of nrth-wct qtwr
u .', ami Ut ne, ncetlon twintj one,
u)whip thirty-six uth range ftar
teen west j and name the following
ax hut witni'wcH, via . tVirK"
Milhr,r Kllem-linrtt. tnvon, ami r.
1). Mtrmnan. ! Kllvil.nrK. OreRon.
ki W. F. Hk.vj iiv. Hi-glater.
NOTICE OF flNAL PROOF.
U H Lasu OrritK. '
It.wktii iui. dr.. &i it.
TiTOTH-K IH IKRFHY tUVK.
.--. ..-- . -..- - , ....v.
I ' thai the follow uaniloMivr
I had til.-U not ire of hi intention i.m
, b. -i- - .,. . .
'"" " ! pi-ort i m
-rlaiui.atid eoure final e.iiry thenof -
't the expiration of ilnrty uayn lr.m ,
the date of thw notice, vis : MltcM
, levol,pre-enipttou oeewrniory nwie
i nunit No. afftj, for the K, of NW ,
I see. 17. T Sin, U 18 we. and njtme ;
j the followinga hi wltneAnw, vu : J.
K. JledKe. of Co county, Or., and
I N. Tin inh. otCovw county, Or.
! Vm. F. Hisuamiv,
H0T1CI Of FINAL PWMJF,
rsiTRii Htatj Lst OryK-R.?
Korttmua, 8mt.o, 1S711. S
".VTOTICK IS 1IKUF.BY GlYKN
l that the fnllowing named netller
h tiled notti-i of hi intention to"
make final piooi in cupport of to
elaim. and in tire final rnlry thereof!
at tbe expiration of thirty day from
the date of lb1 notiee, U , Aaron
Cory, pre-emplson dtt-laratory trtate
tnent So. oL for tbe of H t
ol bo. 8, anu 4 ol A H ,, see. ni i
m .. am. ii. m K.t. 7 ..-!
in r 2t, nitu ol range IS wel, and i
name the following a hfo witneyc,
vit : C. V l'h'tcher, of Cuo county,
iv x. jr. uKtiJAtmt,
Stiif r lttut Vmx.
U. 8. bAxt OrripK,
NOTICE ll HBBKfiY (HVIEK
that tht WWwinjj; named neuter
him filed notice of hi intention to
makn final nroof in utltKtn of Id
cl.iiui, and iHeure final entry thereof
at the expirntiou of thirty day front
th" date of tbi nticr, vir, : J. K
lhdgoH, homestead apphcattou No.
S3"-Mor the .SEi nw. H,T3, H 13
west, and name the following a hi "till If wk-m ttjral Hm'tnu rlub t
witnewe. vi: Nathan Thnwh, of getln-r amUioard ilwniMhe.
Cooa eounly, Or, aud M. Duiol. of
Coo county, Or. j
Q x.3ttj;r3rxiDX.XJ, on
C'oShrANTf.Y OS MASO
MiUroaas .J UviMrud,
Clutlrn iV litmuueti,
('Hits .? VrtufUm,
I'KTLTKL.S, KUAMLS, M(U1J)IS(18,
TAhl.KS, MIHitohS Ac.
Made to Ordi r.
CO rPJSS ni.uJ. at Hh. .rtwt n o t i i v.
ATTAl'HilKMM, Nfi.Ul.M &r.
1) Si X ijln" Mr V O C VA A
hi et'KKIOH TO
U bhieLtulth hop, iu MambHibl, I
uiii pn-paratl to do
IfirX llvliiK hre of patroimae l
V. G. WEBSTER,
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pale tiM k of ni-r Him, in m, tlll
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T 0. MAIMCKY.M 1),
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
V. H. (10 L DUX. M D
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
C. W.TOWICU.M. I)
W. 0. AN0BUM. 1).
PHYSICIAN and SURGtEON,
CoihMo t'ltftt Oim.
d. 11. IIaiaki), J. W. II tMti iox,
HAZAItn t HAMILTON',
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
j Will (H-aetiee in tho vuriotin coiu(
QVUCK ATKMrtnK C'DY, OuV
ATTOR.XEV rOIWSfiLLflR AT LW
AHOHNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
VftTUlV IM'IM ll!.- I'lUVn UITD
natnui: t'rrv, oa.v.
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CWjftU.K C'rtY, O'IN.
Will nttrmltti thttMIillH..F.nrt
In any jiit ol Ue rtaiuty .
i IVrnvt mapaofall rveytil land, fur
i nlnh.'dat hort notko.
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A hi ..t imhll patnaia U tr-jn- f
fully antlciUM. IMf
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M ktt'OOIRI u (Itotuo-.
TliH In.'itiiliti.iii n.i (.(T.'.N llu- l.t
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fju-tHU, for win. .Ui.. to tw t .and in the
c.-01 Kt-ukm .f h'..uilirrn tin.-jti.ii Tl o
,uiWniy U cra-lunU.! into thrttc dtturt
Tko Pvtmai'u J)?iHtrtinrnt
Ut vbUli introdiH-ti.ry lUaiaht-i nro
Tkt .tMiilof Drjwrtiiiritt.
Kmbrat-btg OrttHrniidir. Itradunr,
Writhw, ftnamnar (i'irni.li lllfl.n,
j l'iiytoMfy, Familiar m h-h . iumI M.-u-
imi ano.i-nu'wrai Aruninptn-.
Tim itoittov Jtrjutrtmriit
Knthrm-tng ltot.(kvftln(liiy" nd
.ttnibUj eatr) )lioittay, Chein':ti , IVhn
-! lieonomy, Iiin, Khrt.m. . t..,.-
Aritlinuitli-, Abi-l r, lirttn. lr 'Jrijin
iH.metry and sm inx.
InMriKtion In thin hr4n.l1 In wiT.1t
lkAiioin Ur had for hn VI to II
' r week with i.rlt' mili, nm fur
Junior . .
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Mrti. IC. M. iMvhlmrt Pro,)) htvif
Kmi'iui Cm O'.s
Corner of "."nnd Front Street,
Jfav nj? li'itHi'.l Mini t. .1 up the liotu
Ii m w . f.H'l w.n i mil . hi pruniitunj; a
m tarr ti.nl, ujnlfiKi.1 IiciIh (.. (he tlfttfl
iii.' an.) Nk'uI i ti'.ixui.
CALL AHD SEE US-
T. (1. UWBK.
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Opiitwltit Xttthurti'H ,Storr.
II A V K C 0 f H T Xl' I, V ON II A N l
Al I. mouth op
im ion w
B'X'A'PIOWMI t V'4yVlUT
CIGARS and TOBACCO,
and ever) lliln imimlly l.iyt in a
I'fftrrliitUnitt I arvftiUu (oilf
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