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THE COAST MAIL.
nrrlGm oroak or toosco
7f i .. SMI. liVh t
' - - , ., wiwav
White Hon Hill and other of his
kind nh) protesting ngriusttho voico
f condemnation which nriees
throughout tho North, for the lmv
Ic8s Atu iniolorant spirit exhibited
Iti many purls of the South, nntlcnll
g (for rolilicnl effect) upon the
people of tho North to "quit hnting
tllO South." rn tnlirtit -,..,.
the "olive branch1' held forth by the j
rcujiio oi mo ecction from which
come? this protest. Bui not so:
thcynpuc.nrtodcsiroto do nil the
Jmling. They denounce, mid crash
out by violence mid crime the polit
ical element which lienrs swny in
the North, wherever they fiud it as
euming a jiower worthy of riojice.
Thoy want tho North to quit ha
ting the South, yet thoy do not hesi
tato to hold forth Assurances of their
devotion to and faith in tho "lost
cause," That distinguished traitor,
Hobcrt Toom?, being with others in
vited by the Chicago News to Feud
congratulations to General Grant,
answered as follows :
,r Atlanta, Qa , Nov. 12
31. I Stone. Enrroit : Your tele
gram is recoived. I decline to answer,
except to say Present mv personal
congratulations to General" Grant on
hi hnfo arrival to his country. He
longm tor Ins country honorahlv, and ,
won, I fought for mine and lost, 1!
wm reituy to try it ocr again. Death
to the union. R. Toomds.
Tho sentiment with which this
diftpatch closes, which finds expres
sion Jn various forms among the po
litical leaders of the South, is the
basis of that hatred of which they
complain. Let them cense to perse
cute those whose political convic
tions lead .them to vote against
AThat theeo people advocate; let
them rfiewfey their works their de
votion to tho union and the welfare
f the country, and they will no long
er find cause to complain of being
.bated bv the North.
2I0RE TROUHLE IX IKELAXD.
On tlie Sd inntant Miclwl Davttt
and Sanies B. Rillen. wore arrested in
Dublin, and Jainc I)al , editor of the
Counaucht Telegram, was arrested at
Castlebar, for delivering speeches en- j
coUraging the non-payment of rent
and residence lo ejectment by the '
Irioh tenantry. Groat excitement'
pncvaiis in wine localities. It aj-j
jMjars that tenants who aro in a posi-1
4iuii iu jj.-i luuriciu, nim are wining
.tDftay, arc fcont fronr doinir wj bv fcur
of outrage from others who cannot
or will not pay It j understood that
a l.trge miuiber of processes of ciect
meut have been applied for. While it
15fea1edtl1.it the execution of tho
processes will produce some difficulty,
it in belieed if they are administered
only iu. cam; where there is no want
of ability to pay, and if time for pay
ment i granted to others, the agita
tion will be much reduced.
Their brethren on thiH side of the
Atlantic are anxious to assist the
friends on tho "old sod." A dispatch
of the 22d. from Pottunlle, Pa., says
there will be a goneral turning out of
the Irish nationals throughout the
Utate to-morrow. Leading olficersflf
Ihe Crcssc3nt ordir mid Hibernians
say hundreds of member are anxious
to depart at once for the Canada fron
tier and invade the British pofessious
in rotalliation of the arrest and im
prisonment of three advocates of Ire
Rough Times iu Leadrllle, Colorado.
A Leadvilledippathofthc 22d in
atanthnsthcfollpwing: Tho citizens'
igilanee conimitteo re making a de
termined effort to drive the bad char
acters fiom the town, To-day ex-City
Marshal P A. Kelly, a nortorioua
lough, and Jim Reach, received warn
ing to liavo the town or share thy
fata of Stewart and Frodtdiam, w1k
were hung hv the Mgilanec commit
tee. The "thugs" and bad character
generally have banded together, and
claim to have 750 members m their
iuuocitttiou.Mnd threatened to aveng
and declare that thoy will burn the
town. A number of the vigilantes
Jjavo received warning from the
"thugs" to leave tho town. Tho prin
ters and reporters of the Chronicle and
Herald liavo also recoived notice from
tho roughs to quite work on thows pa
pers, on account of both of them ad
vocating extreme measures agjimst
tho bad characters that infest tho
town- The greate.4 excitement pre
vails in nil quarters. The vigilantes
tarodetermied,.and tho "thugs" do
llar!. Extra precaution in being tak
en to prevent the burning of the town,
but it is feu red that if another man in
hung by the vigilante., the worst will
Dismissed Tor want of Jurisdiction.
In contented alection cano before
tho Countv Court in Han Fruneiwo,
on the iJOtb, A- A. Cohen, comifol for
several of the candidates clouted by
tho workingmen, raisetl tho point that
tho court bad no jui Miction over the
CiUH'tf, because continuances had been
granted from dn. to day without lc
KAl authority. The court took it un
3or kulvivemont. Tho caco will bo ap
pealed to tho Stiproino Court in any
ovent Dunn, auditor elect, filed his
papers on the ,20th. He denies thoju
Hsdiction of tho County Court oyer
tho case. Ho ttbo says that no elector
was iulluonced hv his pledge to ro
turn hull bis wdaiy to tho county
treasury. Tho oaee ew nftw vans
ilUinbwcditlio Co" holding that it
k4 no jurlfdiotion.
Ciuuixfc VtvtAN i" in LfuflvillK
rrtr! ) f JImttM Whkr.
ThelegislAturoof Washington terri
tory at it recent scsulon pas-cd tho
folfowinB "act to oatnblWi and pro
tect tho rights of married women"
lb it enacted, etc 8xrnox 1, All
itWtM.,,c'lunlo0or recognixo civil
disabilities upon n wife whieh are not
imposed Or recognised as existing as
to the husband nro hereby abolished ,
iVoriiW, Tliat this shall not confer
tho right to vote or hold olRce Uxn
tho wife, except as isothemiso provid
ed by law and for any unjiint usurpa
tion of hor natural or pmiierlv rights
sho shnll have tho same right" to j
pealinberown indhidual name, to
the courts of law or cqiiitv, forrelrc
and protection, that the husband has.
Skc 2. Henceforth the rights and
tho rcspoiiMbililiea of tho parents, in
the absence of misconduct, shall le
AA flllll Olltil1lfl Ifl tl.r. .t..dt.l.. ...t
control and earnings of tho children
as tho father and mcacof tho fath
er's death the mother shall come into
as full andcomploto control of the
children and their estate as tho father
does in case of tho mother's death.
Skc.3. Thisact shall takeoflect and
be m force from and after its pas
sage. The South American War.
The.desccnt of tho Chileans on the
Pcruv'an coast has been attempted
and was made on Sunday morning,
the 22d inst. Sixteen of t'ho enemy's
vessels, transports, and men of w:ar
appeared ofT Pisagua, and without
loss of timo directed their course to
wards tho shore.
Piragua was defended by a detach
ment of IXX) Bolivian troopt under the
command of Colonel Grainer, but it
appears that General Bucudi, in
charge of tho defences and army of
Taracapaca, was likewise in place at
the time. Two parrot rilles, 100
H)iindcns, were mounted on u bluff
overlooking the town, but it is as.crt
ed that they were without adequate
shelter. The fight was heavy and loss
of life great. The shore batteries
made a gallent resistance, but Pisagua
was captured, and Bucudi retired to
wards San Berdenorashort two leagues
from tho scene of battle. A battle
on land must soon tako place.
Beundi ha been reinforced to the
amount of 90,000 men. Prado and
Dma or their columns must also le
advancing toward the provinc of
j;arapaca from Arica and Tacna, di
rectly in the rear of tho Chileans.
The number of the lwtter is various
estimated, and is probably 10,000 to
11,000 soldiers. It is evident that the
main object of Chile is the nitrate of
Tarapaca, and possibly later on, her
attention may be turned toward the
guano deposits in the same latitude.
The Probtlitj For Next Year.
While some of the smaller Demo
cratic papers are endeavoring to keep
up their spirits by making light of
the marked Republican gains shown
by the recent elections in various
northern states, the more candid and
indeiiendent journals of the party ad
mit that the prospect is poor for a
Democratic success next year. The
New York Sun in a leading article
uses the following language. "The
elections which have just taken place
iu several states show conclusively
such an augmentation of republican
strength ar to Tender it altogether
probable that the republicans will be
able to elect their candidate for presi
dent next year." There is no pajier
in the Union that exerts a greater in
fluence in favor of the Democracy
than the 6'iiM,and this admission from
a sourse so competent proves the
hopelessness of the Democrats in the
The Circuit Court for Marion coun
ty has been taking action in the cases
of the State of Oregon r Watkins,
Grovcr, Chadwick, Brown and others
connected with the lato adminwtra
tion.Dcmurrcrs to the complaints have
been filed and overruled. TheState is
represented by ex-Gov. A. C. Gibbs,
Hon. J. 31. Thompson and W. II.
Holmes. Knight it Lord appear for
most of the defendants ; Bonham &
Ramsey appear for ex-Treasurer
Brown, and ex-Gov. Chadwick pleads
his own- rase.
Diploma Tor Oregon.
The Willamette Farmer says The
diploma awarded tho State of Oregon
for her agricultural display at the
Paris Exposition has just been framed
and will be taken to Salem and plac
ed in the Capitol. Ours is the only
State that received a diploma, the
United State only receiving one for
a general display of agricultural pro
ducts. But Oregon was especially
honored, inasmuch as she made the
finest agricultural exhibit from Amer
ica. For the present tho diploma can
be Been at tho law ofDce of Messrs.
Thayer fc Williams.
TlieSkaget Gold Mines-
Late reports from Washington Tct
ritorv ropreweiit the gold minesonthc
Skag'ct river and tributaries as pro
tenting very encouraging projects.
Homo of tlie claims are said to bo pay
ing live dollars or day to the hand.
Claims aro allowed to Imj located 250
feet in length. Brewster fc Co (prol
nbly our old Drowntcr) hiue taken a
contract to construct a trail from
Whatcom to the Hkngel mines. The
Commissioners of Whatcom county
aro thoxirff of the other part of this
A Youno elephant with Forcpaughs
menagerie iu New Ilnrnphire became
enraged at tho son of tho proprietor
and threw him to the gronnd and it
s.. fiinniriit. wmild Imvo killed the
young man but for the timely interfer
ence Ol 'ill oiu jewaiu iticjimii ""v
i,.,wii,.H flm vouncer mouiiter rough
ly, and took tho young man on her
back, for ficy.
Tho Herald, is the name of a nows
paper to bo started in Albany.
A Company has been formed In
balem to build a wollcu fnvtorvat that
place, with n capital stock of $100,000.
Thirteen pcrwm returning from a
fair wore drowndod whilo attempting
tierosthe Loehitulall Islny, rfco!
land. An cvploainn of fire damp in Short
heath colliery near Wolverhampton,
England caused the death of six men.
Kaixoch, the newly elected mayor
oi j?au r rancisco, has appointed his
son as bis private clerk.
Roiirrt Asdkkso.n had his head
ncvered from his bodv bv the wheels
of a coal trnin nt.Carbnnlnd., on the
A Lawykh na'ncd W. Griffin was
n rested at Fort Worth, Texas, on tho
21st, charged with forgery.
The Mexican Congress has approv
ed a contract for laxing a telegraph
cable across the Gulf of Mexico to tho
Tun States of Colorado, California.
Oreiron and Xcvniln. tho 1iUt-i- f
Columbia, and territories, will form
one census suiwrTiors district each.
Tlir. Central Pacific Railroad has
paid $2o,000 into tho National Treas
ury ntWashington, iu partial oottle
nient of its debt to the Government.
A dispatch dated Valparaiso, Nov
19th, states that all Peruvian port-,
tho blockades of which were raised
about a month ago, have again been
A few days since a negro tired a
shot across the Rio Grande at El Paso,
Texas, and killed a Mexican and
wounded a boy on tho Mexican side
of the ricr. It caused great excite
ment among tho Mexicans.
It is reported from Pans that tho
daughter of Gen. Siekels has eloped
from that city with an American gen
tlemen, and haing married him is
now in London. His name i McCar
thy. He is a Southerner, and is said
to Iks well known in that city.
Nrarly six months ago General
Hooker commissioned a Utica mar
ble maker to build him a monument
for his lot in tho Spring Grove Ccmc
tary, Cincinnati. It weighs twenty
T. B. Collins, a farmer, who resides
near Kosse, Teas, returned home
from town and found his wife lying
dead on the lloor, with a sharp butch
er knife by her side and her throat cut
from -ar to ear. She left a note on
the table saying bad health had made
her miserable and sho wished to die.
I A .vsiiiNCTON dispatch of the
-vusays i lie opening of tlie new
French cable was inargurated to day
by the reception of a complimentary
message to president Hayes from
President Grevy, of the French Re
public. A similar message was wiit
by President Haves to President '
It is aid that the Iron Mountain
Railroad, from Lt. Louis to Fulton, on
i me irouiieroi lexas, is 10 no i.iKcn
into the Scott-Huntington combina
! tion for a trans-continental line from
I St. Louis to San Francisco. Scott and
j his Texas Pacific to meet Huntington
enn ins souiucrn raciuc at J-.i raso.
A Gkkmvx doctor claims to have
! discovered a process hy which ho can
I color the ejes of of a human licin?,
j without injury to the sight. He
' claim? not onlv ahilitv to chance
black to blue or blue to Idack, but he
can in'rodnce he eolor of silver or
gold, and that theo changes may bo
made with benefit to tho eyes upon
which thcoicratiou i? performed.
The steamship Minueota from Xow
York han arrived in Liverpool and
had on board the crrw of the bark
Royal Arch, takon oil' when the ves
sel nas in linking condition. The
men had been at the pumps several
days and one had been iwiihed over
board. The steamer sent a. boat to
rescue-, hut the weather wa to rough
that the men had to jump into the sea
and were hauled into the boat by a
Tiik wonderful Mrs. Smith, of
Vetmorc!and county, Va., is dead.
She measured 34 inches across the
shoulder, and weighed within a frac
tion of C10 pounds. The coffin was of
immcnc hizc, and before it was deliv
ered two ordinary men lay in it aide
hy efde on their backs, without crowd
ing each other in the least. When
brought to the houxe it could not be
,got through tho door, and it waa ncc-
essnry to leave it outside till tho time
i ret for the funeral, when the corpse
was earned out to the collin.
The government hat sont nn agent
to Investigate the condition of tho
IrNh peojile. Pew IrMi landlord
can- get any rent at all, and matter
are evidently approaching a crisis. A
large number of Knfleld riffes have
been dispatched to various parte of
Ireland from l-.ngiiuii tinna, ami mo
government Iiajutiuk'ed tho several
railways for returns showing to whom
tho firearms have been nont, and tho
quantities. Tho Jriwh land league at
Dublin has addoptcd an adlrcs, draft
ed at a meeting of tho national land
league, calling on farmer for practi
cal assistance in the efforts toward fee
curing the soil of Ireland for thoo
who cultivate it, with a view to the
establishment of a peasant proprie
tary. XOTIt'K OK FI.Y.Ui PROOF.
Iiwl OfHce, ICobKBt.no, Or.,
TiTOTICE JH IIERKIlY GIVILV
1M that the following named settlor
has filed notice of hin intention to
make final proof in supiiort of Ins
claim, and secure final entry thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from
tho dato of this judico, viz . A. JL
Scott, pre-emption declaratory state
ment Wo. WH8, for tho HKj of SWX,
sec. 2t, XH otSW'ii and SW of .N
YM, sec. I5i,T. 00, H. It. H west, and
names tho following as lib witnesses ;
viz: Joseph CJurle, of Coos county
and Win. RoulamLof Curry Co., Or.
f-lS Wi. F. JIbxjamWi Jlogidlor.
This intercjitinij and atmumitr
work will bo ready for delivery in
about wo weeks. Tho concluding i
Chapter will contain a list of all the '
offieew of Coo.i county from it
orgnnication to the prehcnt. Many '
new, novel and I
Sot hcreUiforo mentioned will ho
incorporated in the Book.
as o a rv i' st.
Ordera addreesod to the Coasi.
Mait. oflice will bo placed on rile
and promptly filled when the work
Will be inserted at tfco following
- -i m
BnsinMB crdri, half-mcisui, otic
and a halfinclios,
- $1 50.
" $ . "
rpi t ncT'
NASBURG A H.RST,.
Fuont Stp.kkt, M vuimu l, 0N C7 '
jr.w noons kvkuy stk vm-
i.r: kit I'OIHtrtllth on baud in
our huge and i-omtumliuus store, a
well selected stock of
eoimitsing of the Kt tajW a4
of all kind. tbf -Ik.-v
A I MH.KVTIKK or
HATS and CAPS,
HOOTS and SHOKS.
KUmiKHS and Oil, CLOTHING,
SLU'IMCIIS and OILCLOTH
CUOCKKUY and 15I.ASS
Cignrs nnd Tobacco,
ii nit I.Kct OltS.
1'IA-AV ltl'. niut
CUTUillV, W01) ami
Our extensie show cnit( aie filled
wish the finest
MILLINERY ANDJANCY GOODS,
IMtlCES TO Sl'IT THE TI.MKS.
Jf. H All goods purchacd at our
More will be dehxered free ot charge
'at anv point on the mute of the!
! Central Hotel,
i Cor A and Front St , M vusiiiuui, On
-3 rAVlXG TAKLX (MIAUGP. 01'
1 t-L. ih alKivo iiained lionnc, no can
' iniiiiii) to citir ontititin.
I'irNlx-ItiHM I'nrc. I'nlr Ooulluu:
And courteous nttontimi.
alA Till A L IS SOLlCITKl)fM
Is wollsui.iM.od iii its lino, and is under
our i..,.ai ,,,oM..wvi.n.ijtf
AT REDUCED RATES, BY
liLXUY ti PL()K(lt:,
H. .Mui-e s Lnijnri City.
utlce f rinal Proof.
V. S. Lv.vnOrnf i:,
Uoskiu lit., Or , Xm It h, IS71I (
LW-OTICE IS IIKRKUY (JlVILV
i' that the follow iiignaiiiod fittlcr
has lilcil-iHitic-o ol his intention to
inakf final pioof in suppott of lu
claim, and ccurc limil entry thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from
tho dato of this notice, i: Pre
emption dcclaratoiy .statement. No.
X1, of Micluel l)ull, foi theSW'1! of
Stt'.w 7, t 85,sii ti wit,si:,
of XKiH and lots '. and 3 -ve L.', Till,
S K 10 wet, ami inline, the follow in
iishiswitiiwujes, vu Patrick Iliighe
of furry Co.. Or, and Kdwaul Wil
son, of Curry Co., Or.
Wji. P. TJiWJUiiv,
f K Itegiater.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
I'.sirim Statkk Land Oitici:,)
Hoskiii mi, Oct.il, lh"H. s
V-OTfCi: IS IIKRHHY (JIVILV
Al that tho following named t-ettler
ha liled notice of his intention to
nuko final pioot in siippoit of his,
claim, and secure fuul entry thereof i
at the e.xjiiution of thirty day fiom
the date of this notice, vu: Tliomns
oodon preemption ilcclaratorjutate
nipnt Xo. :M0I, for the lotn Xfw. 1 it '-',
and S,S of XKt-f boction 1, T. l S. It
10 west, and names the following as
his witnesses, i : James P. lluwxull
of Curry county, and Louis Turner of
Coos county, Oregon.
Wsr. P. Jinx jvm in-,
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
P. S Lxi)Ornn:,
lioaiuii'itu, Or.. Oct. 13, 18
OT1CE LS IIEUEJJY OIVI'.X
that the following named settler
lm filed notice of liirf intention to
make final proof in nupport of hix
ul.iiiu, and hocuiu final entry thereof
at tlie oxpiralion of thiity dayn after
LMeiriiuiiii, IIometea.l 'amplication
Xo. 7U. for tho Kh of XWi., SW,
iititilieatlou ol huh noiicv, via . ueo
of XV''. "I l"t 1, kcc. 21. T !!(), S It i
1-1 wot, and namcH the following as
KHonKSr6iVKOii. imd H.'f). Mciii!
111. IU, Ol l.llUIINIMIIg, I'ICgOII.
W. F. lii:.vJAMi.v.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF, l
Land Office, Hosiiiinio, Or.,
Oct. 31 ,1870.
VTOTICi: IH HPHEIIY (JIVEXl
l that Ihn following mimed settler
lias filed notice of hin intention to
make final pi oof m support of hin,
ulalm, and Hucure final eutiy thtueof
at tho expiration of thiity day from
tho dato of thin notice, vl. ; Jiwoili
Curltw, iio-cmjilioii dei-lnratoi'V xtato
mniil Xo. JiOJi), foi the XjjifHWl,
HWi, of BWJ.,'. and XWl of HE'..
w, M, T. 30, H U 11 W,nnd iiiimioh
ilia following an his wilnvaijuii, vl.:
A. IK .Scott, of Coos county, and Wil
liam IU'IiIkihL of 0w county .
iu i h. r. jii.j u, n"-di, j i
DK C 1 GOLULX, Pitopti.
OlHoltc .Xuthui'tt'H Store.
nut: r t x s t vn7!' i. y o x ii a x ii
mi oins oh
Minn in i pi uroi .
f . re ct V3 m .
l'C5 T I.M'1'.A 3 V'X'X-
Also I IHUlK
nnd eertlilns! iwnallv kpt l a
rtrsrrfyifoiic i uvefitllu Vm-
l'o-1 VMIT ON IIXM1
3Inttivr A neihteaitn,
('huh' tV LotiniJ(.
Crlh V Cradli",
t'UTruiN, ruAvr". Moi'biuxG.s,
TAllld'.s, UHHt)ltS .to.
COrrtXS umU nt nlMirtwt notion
Arr.iiiMK.rs, Nkkhijss .yc.
F MA UK,
Anil l.i'utlioi I'liidliiKH.
M M1HI1MI i li. (M
I from San Pn
I plete utook of i
lilt'to utiwW ii vtr tinng in my lino
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c.,v BEST MATERIAL ONLY USED.-
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ST AbE &&J3 UNh
.i. ct.iiK an '.
.., frotii'If i-. i
stauvH win intn Court en
dnj (Jsiimlnj ixKptnlj Jit 7
Shuns it-ill l,ai CiMf (Hit i-rci-it
1 MS TRAVELING PUBLIC
win iimi mis t in. J
t ;.! 7r iih'Tvi,ii 4rici:i:sT
Oh Ml. nui 7;.s
TO ROSEQURG OR ANY PART OF THE
riLO-K COX WEPT I OX il AI)15
V; with thu oars and oei laud ntuKee
All liuniuea ontrtMml to our car
will Ih attemk-d to with prompting
ftjr FA It K 11 K DL'C E 1) TO W.J0M
luu A jMiaatntyf r uIIoh ed 3U tt ofbaggaitr.
For Further parUculaw enqiiiw of
TelKrph oIRee, Empire City.
OrS. S. lUJLEY.
Illanco Hotel, XnMield, Or,
EAN & W.
IC. JI. D1CAX,
MKK( 1 1 ANT. !
Wb nvvi. Ai.wusos Haiiia Klil
Aciirtti mi Of
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE,
-LJ LJ -vuZJBGjIE
SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED,
and at the
THE LOWEST LIVING PRICES,
M iiniini.ni a Lmi'mu. Cnv
II. P. Wlirr.NKY, Iiioi.j,ii:iok.
A good mijiply of
Jii'T'rox, pnnr7! caxxkd
HEEF. W3 HOOCH,
POIMv, L'JV rXI f'cf i;ic'.
and all l.iudM of
c i t ,.c TP , ., iippta ni re
uti w i muniv '' VI.UCIIUUCO
I'uiiKiuiill.N mi hand. AIo a
good utoel. of
V 10 H M VI L K !
L0B8IN0 " GAMPS '
srpnuit) at nu"Kr sunn:
l) . I
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I'l Ml I IN J
tall hay a zuf
T.0. MA(,KKY,.M 1)
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Kmi'Iiik City. Ohmiov,
(!. II. 0 0LDKN, M.I)
M VIIHIIl'IKM), Olir.MIIV.
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ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
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ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
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In mv IuiikIk, will ri'icho proiit tlrn
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inontM as fiius
The I'rhiutfii Drmtrtim lit
tn uuu ini-.i.,..,..,. ii,,.,.. i, ,
The Junior Dfnti'tutrtit.
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Wiliiiiir, Onuinnar, !irnpliv, linorj,
i 1'llJ rit.Irtftji-, I iiliultitr .-. llni ulul Men
tal unit I'mi'tli-Ml Arithinrtlc.
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F.iiilirsiinK ItnoV-ki-fpliiKtmnslit and
double cntr.N )Il.iliiuy, (.'lu-intr I' liti
nil I'.comimj , Ijitin, ltliedrii, lllsl i
Alitliiiii'llc. AlKclirvt, (icoimirt, Tnpi
tmuiutry and mine) In
limtriirllon in this iiumU in ymn
iihm-hii In had f'.r fi n i in ft
per week with I'Hwite familu j. und U r
still Utm wlirit H'leral i4niliiiM rluti t.i
UaliiT ami ImmwI Hichihi-Im
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Jlr. 7.'. .11. 1.orhhnrt t'ropelilrv
EMrmr Cirv Oi.s
Livery k Food Stable,
Wo havo l.i t I) luiilt u firtt cliis't
Stalilc on I'nio .tn-ut, and Ut If ornes
tohiieatll horns llnullug douu at
i'OX'ti HA It IllUt MIIOl.
m ruo.trop Tin: ci.sTHAi. hiiti.i..
HyiMi want mi iasj Hhnre.
i - noon us oiiiiiereei gae,
.liiHt call tni moat mvHitloou,
From iiioiu 'till uigld or Imis noon;
My rit.oin'haip, m h isnors', Keen,
M shop in neat and loweln clean ,
Ami them I think that will will thul
I dim the hail with skill forgentx,
Of I'oiirKi the pi ice-i fifty cents ;
Hlmmpooiiig, too, I do that well,
(live mna dial, that willtell,
So helpmegraeloiiH if I mul.it you hol
ler. You need not pay a ipiiu lend a dollar.
I'.S. Hot and cold ImtliH ulwnvs ready.
2S e o p o an. o cL-
rpiIJH 1IOPSE MAS
1 upoiiud IhroMghoiit
GOOD DEDS AND GOOD BOARD.
.V ClflXISSK CVOKS viintnw
TEUMH LI HERA L.
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