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THE COAST MAIL.
OFPICIAL OHOAN OF COOS CO.
- IOT. , IH7
Tfc Joint 8ennlonihlj ef Coot and
In a far months tlu preliminary
uPBt ward l nclcction of can
Jlii i . for l,1 different ofTiccs to be
flllod ly election next Juno, will be
taken, and thcro nro some question
of imporlanco thntBhouM bo Hcttled
Lcforu tho Grilling of tho primar
ies, If possible, or nt lciist should be
bo fully diseuspcd and understood
tlmt no dotibt or uncortaintv will
exist nts to what notion should be tak
en. To this class bolones the ques
tion which of tho counties, Coos or
Curry, should nominate tho joint
KTvuiivur uir mis uiaincu
Officers of Cooa County.
I. II. Foster, -.- ig&t,
Wm. Tichcnor, - . lS&Vti.
E;8-tplo, - - - 1857.
Vm. Ticlumor, - - 1S58-U
8. E. Morton, - . - lStiO-'2.
Archibald Stevenson, - - lSG2-'-l.
I. Hacker, ... IStil-U
F. G. Lockhart, ... ISCfi-'S.
R. Penilercaat, ... 1SGS-70.
F. O. Lockhart, ... 1870-'2.
I. Riley, .... ISTii-'-l.
J. R Dully mid Harry Blake, 1S7 1'-C
R. H. Rosa and E. J. Gould, lSro-'S.
J. II. Schrunler and M. Uiluy, ISrS
Wm. Tichrnor, - - I860-' 64
C. M. lVrshbakor died 1S70
during session, - - 1S0S-70.
G. Webstor, - - - tSTi'-TG.
A. G. Brown, -' - - i$7(
f t FL-ii
Chiis. Poarco, Apr. 12. ISM, to Oct. 27,
TllR COUntiefl of Cons nml Piirrv
Wbeon associated together in a ItSElKSWA1
joint benntorial and Representative A. N. Foley, to Julv 5 1SW, to Julv, 1,'oV)
Ulstnct ever Since the ori?.inii.ntir,n ,...,.,,.'
of Currv cntintr. nnil flitni,
that time the two counties have gen
erally alternated with each other in
the-nomination of tho joint Repre
sentative. But tho joint Senator,
when ono was chosen from either of
these counties, has alrrava been a
resident of Coos county; and Currv
county has never had a direct Rep
resentative in the State Senate
Many of tho thinking men of Curry
county, of both political parties, are
inclined to loot upon this as hardly
just to them. They do not com
plain as to the share'they have here
tofore had in the jiiut representa
tion of the district, but they think
tho time has arrived when it would
bo just to give one of their citizens
r scat in the State Senate. Our sis
ter county is not wanting in men of
ability to fill the office with credit,
and her various and growing indus
trial interests entitle her to a better
relative standing than she has lie-
fore enjoved. If the ioint Senator
should be nominated from Curry, of
courso the joint Representative will
bo chosen from the citizens of Coos.
For our own n.irt. wo ennevdo the
justice of this claim on the part of
uic people ot i tirry county, ami nope
-it will meet with no opposition.
History of a Solid South.
The Democratic party point vrith
triumph to the South', where, by
'means of intimidation and violence
they liare suppressed thc opposite
jpohticnl element, and it 13 by the
solid vote of tliat region, supjwrted
"by some Northern States that they
hojxj to carry the next Presidential
election. It has always been an
easy matter to solid if y the Southern
vote in favor of their own intercuts.
They have something to hope for by
securing control of the country, and
with an eye single to this lenefit
.they resort to euch measures as
seem adapted to carry this point,
making the end justify the means.
The South lias lwen" olid before,
.and Gen. Avoodford in his 2ew
York speech thus briefly tells wha.
iSOii, " " lstjfi
1S450, " " 1S70
1S70, u " 1S71
1S74, " "
S.b. Maun, July lSo, to July,lStV2
vuioerv riau, "
S. S. Mann, '
D. J. Lowe, "
J. II. Nosier, '
N. C. Boatman, ....
Apr. 3, 1S34, to July 1st, 1S55
I). L. Lonnt, ....
July 1st, ISoS, to Hoc. Stb, lSo3
F. G. Lockhart, ....
Dec. 8th. ISoS, to July 5, ISoS
Wm. Romanes, - -
July 5th, 1SSS, to Jan. 2d,lS60
Geo. T. Sullivan, ....
Jan. 2d, 1S60, t- July 1SG0
J. S. Macnamara, ...
July 5th. ISCO, to July, 1S62
D. Morso, Jr., .....
July, 1S62, to July, lStk
W. II. Jackson, ....
July, 1SCS, to July, 1S7S
Alex. Stauir, - July, lS7S,"to
J. II. Foster.
Apr. lo, 1S51, to Juneo, ISol
G. II. llaskoll. - -
June o, ISo-t, to Dec. 1,1SoO
W. II. Jackson, -
Dec. 1, ISoG, to Apr. 5, 1So7
John A. Chick, - -
Apr. 5, 1S57, to Dec. 7, 1So7
J. S. Macnamara, -
Dec. 7, ISo", to July 3,USoS
J. C. McKav, - -
' July, 1S53, to Dec. 1, ISoS
J. S. Macnamara, ....
Dec. 1, 1S5S, to July 2, 1SG0
Stephon Davis, ....
July 2, 3SC0, to July 2, 1SG1
Jos. Burgess, (corcner,) - -
Acted till Aug. 5. 1SG1
Wm. S. Drydon, - ....
Aug. 5, 3SG1, to June, 1SG3
1. 1 lacker, .....
July G, 1SG3, to July, 1SC4
A. J. Moodv, - - - . -
July, 1SG4, to July, 1S70
C. A. Hanscom, - - -"
July, 1S70, to Julv, 1S72
G. W. Slcenor, - - - " -
July, 1S72, to Apr. 24, 1S73
T. G. Owen,
Apr. 24, lS73,to July, 1S74
Jos. Ferrr, - ...
July, 1S74, to Apr. 9, 1S75
JavTuttle, - - -
A pr. 9. 1S75, to Jnlr, 1876
TA. G.Aiken, - - - Julv, 187G
Jf. C. Boatman, Apr. '54, to July 1, '5o
.T .,. Ci:.l C.iil. 4l.nl ini
down that ordinance that gave the I 2'J V&FXh??
at West and Northwest forever V,o ' -'--'-"
h Cuiinjnglintn, J. Malcolm, J. Aiken.
?." Cnthcnrt, Julv, 1874, to July, 1875
Wm. Hall, July, 1870 to-
Tim Dayton, Oregon, Hour mills
liavobecn destroyed bv lire. Kstb
mated loss above insurance $14,000.
Chas. L. Peterson, a real estate
agent, was shot and killed near tlio
San Francisco mint, llo is supposed
to have been murdered at tho instiga
tion ol a nncngeful woman.
Tiik grand jury have found a true
lull of assault with intent to murder
against Charles De Young, of tho
Chronicle, based on his assault upon
Rev. 1. S. Kalloeh.
t A BnoTHER ami sister wore married
in St. Louis not long sinre. A few
days afterwards tliey were arrested
and put under lands', and in default
wore committed to the county jail.
Cakdixai Massing has atitborized
a general subscription amoug Catho
lic temperance organiiutiomi of
Great Britain for the relief of popular
distress in South and West Ireland.
Hon. Zachariah Chandler, U. S.
Senator from Michigan, was found
dead in his bed at tho Grand Pacific
Hotel, Chicago, on tho morning of
Nov. 1. Deceased was GG years of age.
In Holtatiul, in tho Vilder district
of Besanibia, the wells used by a Ger
man colony, havo been poisoned with
arsenic. A hundred pen-ons are ill
and five have died. The perpetrators
of the crime have not yet been dis
Kg.vkney said that he was glad to
hear that the Chinese merchants in
tend putting a line of steamers on be
tween this country and Cliin.v, as it
will teach corporations bow poor in
dividuals sutler from competition
Lv tho California Legislature, which
will convene at Sacramento early in
January, the Republicans havo a ma
jority on joint ballot, of G. Ol these,
4 are in the Senate and 2 in tho House.
Of those elected on mixed tickets a
majority will vote with the Republi
cans. An old man named James Lawson,
committed suicide on tho 27th tilt.,
near Seattle, because a partv named
Sw itzer jumped his land claim. The
citizens of the neighborhood have no
tified Switzer to acato hit claim on
that land immediately or take the
Dr. Uriah A. Boyden, inventor of
various improvements on the turbine
water w heel, and possessed of othr val
uable patents, died at Boston a few
days since,leaing a fortune of between
$1,000,00) and $2,000,000, the greater
portion of which he bequeathed to
various public institutions in Massa
chusetts. A London dispatch of Oct 2St h
says : The corvette Conn us and slooj-ui-wurAlbatros,
it is understood, will
proceed to the China station as soon
as they are ready for sea, in uew of
the pending rupture between China
and Japan, and the friendly attitude
of Ru ia towards China.
News has been received by tho Cilij
' of I kinj from China, that the Cln-
ne-e Merchants Steamship Company
de-igu putting on a Hue of steamer
to Honolulu, and that they will prob
nblr continue the route to this port.
The company is very wealthy and un
der able management, and has already
succeeded to a great extent in crowd
ing out foreign steamship lilies on
the Chine-e coast.
Anot'T midnight on September lGth,
jter.ions residing near one of the
public scnool-hou-es in ucauwoou,
io uueny , .urn inuur ..c ...-. . j.. rmnagan.Sept. G, 'o'J, to July 3, 'GO Dakota, were startled bv the loud and
Compromise that it might get Ms- II. B. Cammann, July, '60, to July, T,2 1 distinct tolling of the 'school bell in
soun for slavery. It was the Solid . Geo. Cammann, July, 'G2, to July, '64 j the tower. Manv ran to the place to
South which, when a generation of jJas. T. Jordan, July, '64, to July, 'GG j find everything "dark, and the doors
years had fcwept in turn, tore down Henry Wykoff, July, '60", to July, 70 locked, the shutters barred, and no
tho Miouri Compromise that it j Gw. Cammann, July, 70, to July, 72 mortal within. The fccne shifts to
n ,iw. w..:Um To.iH ir n. -ior.-e, jr., jui, -, iu jui, t: tne uvennnu lioiei, wnerc urs. oiar.i
slavcrv. it was tnav ona cown
which", when Ix-aten in a Presiden
tial contest, rushed into war in te
spring of 1SG1. Do you ask tho
meaning of the Solid South? I
read that meaning in the ridges of
cverv battle field from Gettysburg
to tlie Gulf. Do you ask the mean
ing of the Solid South? I read that
-meaning in every eoiaierK crutcii
that rattles on your pavement. Do
you ask tho meaning of a Solid
South? I read that meaning in ev-
ing in the annual coming of the tax
gather. I road that meaning in the
million lives sacrificed in the awful
maelstrom of the war. I read that
meaning in the South devastated, in
that land that is blasted, in homes
that aro desolate, in ali the horrors
of war; and because that is the Sol
id South of history, I plead with
the patriots North and South that
h KniiUi shall never ai:ain be per
mitted to be solid iu our politics if
by that solidity it is to rule anu to
Death of General Booker.
John Flanagan, Julv, 7G, to July, '
D. Mor.'' Jr., July, 78, to
J. C. Tolman, Apr. 3, '54, to July 3, '54
V. W. Coffin, " " " " " "'o-J
A. B Overbeck, " " " " " " "
W. H. Harris, July 3, '5-1, to June 9, '50
Jas. S. Gamble, Sept. 4, 74, served one
session and contested.
S. B. Blake, July '5-3, to June 9, TA
I Warren Fuller, July, '55, to Juno 0, '50
m. Coolev, June a, o, to July o, oi
F. B. Wliite. June 9, '50, to July 6, '53
en' empty sleeve pinned up against i J. J. Hill, June 9, '56, to July G, '59
a soldier's broast. I read that mean-; A. C. Bogew, July 0, '57, to "
111U3. CIIULSUIJ, UO
D. J. Lowe, July, '02, to July, '64
W. P. Buhhnell, " " " "
W. H. Harris,
It. W. Nosier,
D. L. Bogue,
T. B. Willard,
C. S. Hilborn,
W. H. Harris,
B. F. Row,
G. A. Brown,
11. C. Dement,
F. G. Lockhart, Oct 10, '54, to July 1, '57
G. II. Hodgkins, July 1, '57, to Sort.
E. Cunningham, Sept fi, '59, to July, 'CO
C. Hermann, July, '00, to Jan. 3, '03
Win. T. Perry, Jan. 3. 'G3, to July 3, 'C5
II. Hermann, elected June, '61, and
failed to qualify. .
Anson Itogers, Jan. 3, '05 to July, 08
J. II. Schruider, July, '08, to July, 72
I. Hacker, July, 1872, to July, 184
J. II. fichroider, July 74, to July, 70
John S. Cocke, July, 70, to July, 78
J. F. Moore, July, 78 to
B. Helms, the teacher at the school
hou-e in question, lay dying. Per
sons by the bedside aver that they
heard her mutter, "ring the bell,"
jiift at midnight. She died before
One by one the heroes of the Rebel
lion ure passing away. Late dis
Satches announce the death of Gen.
oscph E. Hooker at Garden City,
L. L, Oct. .list. lie was born at
Hadloy, Mass.', Nov. 13, 1814. At
tho ago of 19 ho was sent to est
!; u-linm ha trrniluatpd ill 1837.
Florida was the scene of his first
active wrvieo, where he took part in
tho Seminole war. Serving in the
war with Mexico, he was brevettcd
for gallantry in several actions, and
in 1851 was sent to California, but
resigned in 1853 and engaged m
farming in that State., On the
breaking out of tho war in 1801, he
was appointed n Brigadier General,
and in March, 18C2, was assigned to
tho command of a division in tho
third corps of tho army of tho Poto
mac. Promoted to tho rank of Ma
jor General of volunteers and con
tinuing in command of a division,
was engaged in thohattloa of Mimas
m antf Chanlillv, anil was scyeroly
wounded nt tlie battle of Antxctam.
Wft propent nt Fredericksburg und
nnrticipatod in many other impor
UntbatUes, und wn conwdored a
" '04, " " '00
a a a a tt
" 'GO, " " 'CS
" 'G8, ' " '6S
ir 03 ii ii 70
" .'G8, " " 70
" '70 " " 72
,i ,-0't ii ii 74
73 ,, ii 74
.i 74( it ii 76
,i 74 ii i 7G
u 76f ii ii 73
II. G. Tcrnald
Jno. B. Dully,
C. If. Hodckliis,
W. H. I'ackwood,
Samuel K. Hmith,
A. J. Moody,
John A. Harry,
F. G. Lockhart,
Wm. T. Perry,
O. W. Fleopcr,
W. F. Hill.
Jas. O. Ehlnn,
;'Asoune & hirst,
Fkont Strekt, M.viisiiFini.n, Oon.
1W GOODS BY EVERY STEAM
X ur; keep" constantly on hand in
our large and commodious (store, a
well selected stock of
connitding of tho best staple and fancy
of all kindi, the choicest
A S V
A LAItGE bTOCK OH
HATS and CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
RUBBERS and OIL CLOTHING,
SLIPPERS and OILCLOTH
CROCKERY and GLASS
Cigars and Tofta .
I'l.'-AVA 15K arid
CUTLERY, WOOD find
Our oxtensivoBhowcaBca aro filled
ivifih tho finest
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
N. U. All Kootls pnrohnwd at our
Store will 1 dolhorod free ot charge
m nt on tne route i"v
This interesting and amusing
work will be ready for delivery in
about two weeks. Tho concluding
Chapter will contain a list of all the
officers of Coos county from its
organization to the present. Many
new, novel and
Not heretofore mentioned Trill be
incorporated in the Book.
riuoH, at obihts.
Orders addressed to tlie Coast,
Mail oflico will be placed on file
and promptly filled when the work
Will b inserted at Ae following
One Page, - - - 10
Half-Page, ... (J 50
O.VK-Timm Paob, - - 5 80
O.n'e-Fouutii Page, - - A 50
Bnainoss cards, half-rneaimre, one
and a half inches, - - sfi 50.
millS llOPSlTllAS BEEN BE
J. opened throughout.
GOOD BEDS AND GOOD BOARD.
Xo VIllXUSKtVOKS iinplo(Ml'
P. E." WINCH KSTKK,
:.s ctAitncut f-icios'.
t.v rnosT w tiik ckstw.m. iioinu
It ou want nn oiny have,
As good ns barber ever jtve,
.lust call on me at my wdoou,
Fniin morn 'till night or busy noon j
My raaorVhluirp, my eoiwor.keon,
Jlv shop is neat and towel clean ;
And thero I think that you will find
Kiudi article to suit tho mind ;
1 trim thohuirwUh nkill for gents,
Of course the price i fitly cents;
Shampooing, too, I do that well,
Give mo a trial, that will tell ;
So help mo giaciouit if I make you boi
ler, You need not pa a quarter of a dollar.
1S. Hot and cold baths alwaxn leady.
EAN & UO
E. It. DEAN, 1). W1L1.00X
0. II. MERCHANT.
Wh HATH AtWAVt O.V KASHA TtlLk
in il.i, f'niuilv Court for Good county.
Orowoiii In Probate.
In the mnttur or tlio ostntooi a. J',
Whiiiii:h, An onlor Jm boon duly
iniideliv tbeboei.ntltU'd Coin!, dlred
I lhe'undenl'iiMl.diiitnUtttitorof tin;
wliilo of A. P. I Jiromer. decenWHl, to noil
be teal eMato beloi.KlnK to imli twtHtu
irnlti hot l InWiM-k I, In tho lowuof
Siiiniior, InCooxctHinty, Oregon, to wt
lufv the debtn ofrndd entatej tlierefnre,
,!,,. N heivby uhni. Ilw. In Pp
uiieo of wM orilei. I w I. ol M UN.
day, tiik arm may tu- orunhii.
187D, between the bonroMo rloel( A. M.
and I uYlwk p. M. of Hld day, At the
foiuthoiiio tloor In KtoplioUty, Hut
wild real ostaie lorwoem ih " '
to the IdghvHt bidder for eah.
S. H. SiiKHiuMin,
AdmlnUlratorof wild iwliito.
Paled ."uiituinbf r lt, I8"W-
Xotlcf of 1'lniil Proor.
V. S. I.khu Omen.
Ilo?Km'ito,Of.,Ofl. Ul.tMTD. V
Notice In bnroby lven (but tho fob
lowing niiined wltlor hn riled notice
ot hi intention to make HuhI proof
hi Hiipport of liiit claim, and rtcu re fi
lial ontrv thereof at the expiration of
tliirtv davi from tho date ol thin no
ti.p.i": Oeorgo I. Merriiuijn.
lloniestead Application No. 2ftM, for
the eiwt half of noith-wet ipiarter
south-went quniterof north-went quar
tor. and lot ono. cectiou twenty one,
towimbip tbirt-ix tmitli range four
teen west ; and uaiiu" tho following
an bin ltni-KeH, MX- Oenigo S .
Miller, of i:iU it-lurtr. Oreg-m, and S.
1). M rriiniin of Kllen burg. Oregon
'' W. F Ul.N'JVMIN, Keginll-r.
1IU8INESS 0 A It I) 8.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
0. II. (0lif)EN, M,l).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
. . . .
0. W.TOWEK.M. I),
M Mmiiriui ii, Oiiiioov,
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE,
MANt'FACTL'ItEl) TO OHDEK
SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED.
and at tlio
LOWEST L 1 V I S fi PRICES.
JloscbuTft cir Coos liny
STAG E-L I N E,
J. CS..Ormi A fo., 2riiiirUrx.
Slaycs will lenve Cons VI tit every
d.iy (Sunday e.xeeptid) nt 7 30 a. m,
wishing to go to Koscburx or any
other part of the interior will make
connection with the kuo b going to
Coo- City on any uf the bay teamin,
i.i:avi;io coo e nv tiik .mk n.w.
- B5TTJIIS JZ FOlTTfO TO lUt TIIK
CHEA I'KSr, HHSTand QUIUKKST
OF AUj r.UCTJSti.
Making clo-o conneilion with the
cari and overlnnil Ptnt;'f at Itoaeburg.
All biiriuem entrusted to our care
will be attended to with promptness
FARE TO RO'SEBURSREDUCED TO S6
L'ach passengt r ullo u rd .'Ml tt of buggar
Telegraph ollice, Empire Citv.
MAU8iimu & Empiiik City.
H. P. W1I1TKKV, ruoi'iMHTOi:.
A good fctipply of
IJEEF, i'OKK, MUTTON,
and all laud of
SALT MEATS ano VEGETABLES
constantly on hand. Also a
good utock of
cvarto o jbxitsj n .
NOTICE 0FFINAL PROOF.
U.S (.AMI Ol KICK,
Ho(u:iii'Hi. Or.. Sept. -". IS"A
NOTICE 16 IIKUEIIY til YEN
i that the follow iiiK huiiuhI ottler
liax tiled notion of Iiih intention to
make final puxtf in nupprt of hi
t latin, and nerure final entry thereof
at tho expiration of thirty day from
the date of thin notice, u: Mitebel
)eol, preemption declaratory Ule
inentNo. tttiTo. for the K of NW'h
ec. t7. T 'JS, S It lit went, and nanuHt
lln'fnlliiwiiiKH hmvitnc'MoM, ix! J.
E lledgiM. f Coo county, Or., and
N. Thrush, of Coo county, Or.
Wm. F. 1Ikxjmin,
NOTICE OF F1HAL PROOF,
U.srnai Stt Lanh Okwck,)
NOTICE IS IIKKEUY til YEN
J-' that the following named wilier
Iimh (UimI noticH (d bi intention to
make llnal pnMil in nuppoit of hi
elaim.Htid ecu re final entry thereof
at tbr e.ipirftiiini of thirty iiay from
the latf ol this notice, wi : 'rlioinnn
VkhIoii pre-emption deelaratoryMate
mrut No. iiM, lor the ht Ntw. 1 A '.
and SUj of aN'KS nectioii I, T. 81 ri. It.
If) est. Hint naiiitu the following
bin nituewFA, i.x : Jamas 1'. IturHH'll
of Curry county, and luiiTuruar of
Coon county, Ofgon.
WM. F. IlUN-JOIlX,
W. 0. ANOKIi, Al. I).
PHYSICIAN akii SUIIG5E0N,
CwiiiUIr City, 0Un.
H. II. II UAItll, J. V. 1 1 a M 1 1 rox,
1IAZAKI) v HAMILTON,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Will pmrtice in tho various courln
Ol I'll'!. AT IIMI'IIIK rlfY, Ot(S,
CT. H. SIGMILIIfcT. "
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
M MIKIII'IKI i, Outl.MS
llJlt'lHf; CITY, 0(1X.
Collwl'i'HH and .(hrr I'liMtirM jl(x
lii ins ImmU, will riM-chc prmil ttn.
W. I. WH 1(51 IT,
IT, S. Mineral and t '. S. J.;)iiij
Com'it.i.K Citv, f).N,
' O '
Will ntU'iid tu the ltoUin Auf Mmctiiiir
In auy vrt i( Urn itmaiy.
I'erwet iimjmof all Mine) oil latali.fur.
nifheilnt h)i rt notlcu.
1!. (i. U It! MII'.OP,
ATORNKT uc I'uUSStlLuH AT Lff,
: A han of iub!ic patnnm;:i' i riiMi-t
Notice of Pinal Proof.
U. S. EANuOrrsrit. . )
Uoi;iuuo, Or., Soiit. 20, 187U.?
MOTIOK Id IIKUKIIY OIVKN
I J that tho bdlowiug namwl witter
ua lilftl notice of hm intention to
niNkr lln.d proof in Htip;Hrt of hi
claim, ami rwttr flu.d eutrv thereof
at the expiration vl tliirU day from
the date of thU notice, 'viz: J. E
Ifcdiicri, liKincntciul implication No
'-Wl.for the SK-i ec. 8.T 2H, S It 18
went, ami named the fotJuniug a bin
witiiutooo, vix: Natlwn Thriwli, flf
Cow county, Or., and M. Devol, of
Coo county, Or.
Wm. I'. Ilr.vjAxi.v,
jivcry &Foed SlaMe,
Wo havo lately built a find-class
Stable on Pine Mreet,Mid luff: liorhtih
to hire nt all houru. Jiauling done at
0O0KINO 011 HEATING
New Excelsior Oil Stove.
J tut tile Tiling for Mjjllt IIo'Mckcrillig.
It will Jln.ll, Rout, trut link l.lhr linn 01 "I
WgudHloit. H.ud lur tlrcul.n. AUKMHWANTKO.
COLEMAN GAB APPARATUS AND
It ItiKCT Mr, t'UIClqO, I.
Tin Orct Cure for Iiy.r!, IuiIIkmIIoii, lilllaui
IlwUclia, I.l,r Comi.ltliit, Imi.f l,a Ak'U., O.li.lU
ifHI"iuu:lil l.ll.ri h.ln
on Hi livrl JIkoliuI
Vi1ucl I. of
Ko Iimg.. No Ductor Ullli.
.VU IUI , ll.U'.lh U.tV
lug Ui Aloi.ljon Cui
uij Hi rxblutluo It U (aiuIuk Iu tli k1uc bf iawll
Uriii.U II'H. t.
JTcrcr ml Aki IUI I, 09.
Tanla IWIt, , and lnratiU Hell, 61,
TIim IUIU lll t tout to uy fUrtM ffM of iMug
n re. lt uf lw mcli, lit xu tut InUat't Doll.
AGENTS ift!ileI in ercrjr county In tU
AdJrcu, FIBIir.lt MEDICA'niU IJELT CO.
232 Illlnoli St., Chicago.
W b h B P 9
CoSiTNn.Y O.V HNI)
Mattrene ,v IJctlntctiilx,
Vvllm ,V Vrailten,
IMCTCHES, Kia.Mi:, MUl'LDlNlJS,
TAMI.EH, Ml.MCOItb iVc.
Made to Ordir.
COFFIXH ninde at nlmrti-Hl not leu.
Attachmlnm, Nkkii.i: &v.
J ii y xi a m e. a o , ha .y
TfAVINO LisASKfTrilK DAWSON
J J hliiukHiuith lioj, in Muwhtiohl, I
am prupared to do
UISNISKAh JIIiACKSil ITHiNCl
effiA living Hlmro of imtrouatro Ih
rnmmriiniiTm..ra- . llli.i-ii
F. CI. TOBSTEJl,
THAVK LATELY HETCHNEI)
from Kan FranciHco with a com
plete Block of every thing in my l0
loady made hootn ami whow, nle.
DE8T MATERIAL ONLY USED.
11 UfOIUKI.I, tlHl-ii.
Till Inntitu'iii'n m.v air -d tbc Kt
facilities fur itiucHti 'tt ' Iu- ( ''! in tlie
Cixvil Ki'tiu of HoUtlirrn I n x u The
Acndciny i xrWuMted Into three ilpjrt
tuenU a follow !
The Primary Department
Iu which Inlru.luiior Lrambcrt are.
'Vh if alitor Deimrtint'itt.
EmbrftciiiK OrthoKrnt'hv. Heluii.,
WrithiK, irniMir.nr, li. tj,.:. I imirv,
I'hjxioS.y, I'wiDiltitr H nn. mid Men.
tal mid I'rtuthttl Aritlniii tu
Tlie Senior Department
I'lobrurinjt iouK-kf j .ii inci'- uinl
douhto ntry)itotiui)'. ('Im"ui tr , rnhti
wd Irftinomy, Latin, lilm. -i I Hici
Arithmt'tic, Alecbm, ticn-n i-), 'Iriu
notiK'tr)' and niifwvitH'.
InirtnicCun In thlit Wuiuh i given
UoAMiirati U had fur Ir. in 4:1 to (I
r rflc vrith prh.4! fiui!i, and tor
till 1mm hen e oral Ktti!nt-. ;l. l.
gutlierauil board thmmli-A.
I'riiosrr IVjwrUnwit - - -$,tt
Junior . . .... jja
ftkir . . .... i,u
Mrn.K.M, l.nr,'Jiart ProprUlrifr
Lmi'H.i. (it 0,n
ITBAL Mil L
Corner of "A"hiu1 I'ront Street,
Jlnv nu lcnid uml HacmI up tho ulmvo
li'i im, ii feel mtrruiitcd in prunilhhiK 1
l mix mill, iukU'immI IkmIk to the triiM-l-in
11111I local (.iii-loiu.
CALL AND SEE US-
T. (I. OWKN.
nit. 0. II. OOLDEN, I'noi'it.
Oyiundte Xatbitvu'H Store,
II A V K C 0 X T ANT L V 0 N II A N
AM, HOItTH OK
13 "V lil-t'P 13 J'JI'fU,
ejxi'orc ct j'i.
also ciioinn '
CIGARS and TOBACCO,
and ovorythliiK usimlly kept In
J'raicrlidlouH (.arefally Com-
,..'-L'rr "1J, f.rfi-'tL.'
.v. .'. jr . ar,,: wa,.-j
vjiLiUi i."ifl ' wm
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