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HATIMAY, - Jam. , t.
Tho campaign of 1770 had been
but llltlo clue Umn n series of li8.
con-Muro-, and tho ii.cmc.enl pro
vision ninria by Congress for keep
ing up nn army was limnlficst tonjl.
DistniBl begnn to prevail, and the
sun of American liberty seemed
about to net amid clouds of hope
less dcupoir. Hourly the army was
molting nwny, and despondency
WW brooding over every pntriot's
mind. New Jcrsoy was now in jx
Bcssion of a victorious enemy, and
nothing but the feeble barrier of the
Delaware lay between Cornwallis
and bis well disciplined army and
Philadelphia, tho Federal Capital,
where Congress was in session. Yet
Washington was firm and undaunt
ed. His faith in tho ultimate tri
umph of the Amcricrns seemed nev
er to havo burned with a brighter
and steadier light than at this mo
ment. While there was the shadow
of art army in tho field ; while Con
gross maintained its unitv; while
single ray of hope for final success
remained, no thought of abandoning !
mo ngnicous cause was harbored in
tho mind of that groat aird good
man. Already, in the very darkest
hour, he bad conceived the masterly
stroke of military skill, which pres
ently brought forth such a radiant
spark of hoic and joy upon the froz
en banks of the Delaware, The
British commander was in comfor
table Avinler quartern at New York. .
His troons wore looselv rnntnnoil
about the Jcrsqys, from the Dela
ware to Brunswick, so that they
could not readily bo brought to act
in concert on a sudden alarm. The
Hessians were in advance, facing
the American lines which were along
the west bank of the Delaware.
Everything showed a careless confi
dence on the part of the enemy, and
tho time seemed now propitious for
tho "coup de main" Washington
had of lato been meditating. "He
calculated upon the eager support
of bis troops, who were burning to.
revenge the outrages on their homes
and families, committed by these
foreign mercenaries. They consid
ered tho Hessians mere hirelings,
slaves of a netty despot, fighting for
sotdtd pay, and actuated by no sen
timents of patriotism or honor.
They had rendered themselves the
horrors of the Jerseys by rapine,
brutality, and hcartlessness. At
first, their military discipline had
inspired awe, but of late, tbev had
become careless and unguarded;!
knowing the broken and dispirited '
state of the Americans, and consid
cring them incapable of any offen
sive action." ''Christmas night was
fixed upon for the enterprise. Two
thousand four hundred strong, with
a train of twenty small pieces, u-ere ,'
destined for the attack. The troons
began to cross in boats a little after
sunset. The weather was intensely
cold ; tho wind was high ; the cur
rent strong, and full of floating ice.
Washington, who had crossed with
tho troops, stood anxiously, yet pa
tiently; oji tho eastern bank, while
ono precious hour after another
elapsed, until the transportation of'
tho artillery should bo effected. The
... , , , . . .. j
night was dark and tempestous ; the j
drifting ice drove the boats out of
their course, and threatened them j
with destruction." It was nearly
four o'clock when the troops bewail
in mnrrii. Trnnfm o, nini miles-1
difilnnt To surprise it was out of
the question. Washington resolved j
in imiqL fnrwnrt nnil frtist. in l'mvi. I
dence. Tlie attack was nearly sim
ultaneous; tho outer guards were
forced, and after a sharp and vigor
ous contest in the streets of Trenton,
ono thousand Hessian prisoners
considerable military stores.
cd-the fikfll and bravery of tho Am-
ericans. Uent urxm following up at
his blow, Washington barely allow-1
ed his troops a day or two to recover : for tj,0 yi 0f NE'4.'ml w1 of bl-A4
from .recent exposure and fatigue , Sec. SO. T28 B It Ri 'est ; and naiiies
. , .. i . . ,r . , t tho following as his witnesses, viir
boforotho brilliant affair at Prince- "" "V';.:' fu .()f CooH COUII,y, and
ton added now laurels to Jus name,
changing tho wholo aspect of the
war, and gavo a triumphant close to
what had been a disastrous cam
paign, "This year's campaign, tho
most critical one of tho war, and es
pecially tho part of it which occur
red In tho Jersoys, was the ordeal
tkat inado his great qualities fully
aptrcdfttcd by his' countrymen, and
gnivwd for him, from tho utatesmen
im generals of Europe, the appolla
&m of tlw Amekica.v Faihus."
Kkakly twelve thousand volumes
,.. .,,i.in.i tn Jim Harvard library
iuiouiBK for Iho Mail, 12 &X) per
Senator Maine was naked recently
how itonmo about that ho, a Western
Pennsylvania!! by birth hiuI educa
tion, mado bis stnrt in IiusIiicm mul
politics in thofnr Enst. He nld it
wns nil owing to his wife. Her moth
er, who lived in Augusta, fell danger
ously ill, mul Mr. and Mrs. Maine
mnde a journey to bo nt her bedoitlc,
While in Augusta, Mr. Maine, then
quite a young innn, learned Mint "Tho
Kennebec Journal," nn old establish
ed weekly paper, wns for sale. Ho
formed a partnership withono of the
old editors of tho paper, bought out
the principle owner, and thus obtain
ed n foothold in Maine. Tho paper
was prnsitcrous anil tho foundation of
The SpringtleM "Ucpublican," (In
detondent), snys :
The Republican party is recovering
Iopulnr confidence. The restoration
of tho ioliticnl fortunes of the South
resumption of specie payments and
the return of prosperity nil redound
positively to tho credit of the Ropub-
iienn party. Tho lollies of the extra
session and the failura of the -Sent..
to accord the freedom of political
n)iiuou ciscwueru common through
A merclinntV daughter on return
ing from a butchar's shop, laid a steak
on the table, and said : "That's the
most refined butcher I over met. I
asked him if this steak was tender,
and he said, 0, so lwnnti fully: "Ten
der as a maiden in the llrsl blush of
love ; a steak lit to bo elnsed with
i tender and hallowed association, and
0,,c ,ikely to be flattered nt being dc-
v"u- by so fair and beautiful a maid-
pushed his glasses up
on the top of his head, looked at the
girl and thundered : "What under tho
canopy was that fellow giving you?"
And as color came and went, she re
plied : "Giving me tafly, I suppose.'
What Turks Duink. In Turkey,
where wine and intoxicating drinks
are forbidden by the Korah, tho juiee
of the grape is boiletl down in great
quantities, and commonly used in tho
household, much a.s we use jam, an
swering the inirose of both butter and
jam. It is considerably thicker than
treacle, and in winter can be cut with
a knife like butter. It is put up in
goat-skins, and is a common article of
trade in the market. It is called
"pekmei'uiid is used as a drink
when diluted with water. It tastes
somewhat like new citler.
A late Victoria dispatch says : At
10:00 o'clock this morning, flames
were discovered issuing from a small
shanty on Government street, occu
pied bp a Chinese woman. The fire
men extinguished the flames and
found the dead body of the Chinese
woman and a Chinaman lying on the
Boor, having been almost hacked to
j pieces with an ax. The police arc
searching theChinese quarter for the
The annual report of the General
Land Office discloses the fact that the
,,0'ne8'ca'1 entries for the financial
vear, exceeded the entries in any pre
vious one for a considerable period.
The area homesicadcd last year was
5,330,111 acres quite an extensive
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Roiinni'iio, Or., Dec. 9, 1S79.J
tvtotice is hereby given
1 that the following named settler
'", If.d notice of. hU intention to
make final proof in support of his
ciai,f amj ?cure final entrv thereof
at the expiration of thirty ifays from
"L "ft ,,, ,, JZ
l24ii. for the lots 1.2 and 3, SWJ-i of'
SE'i. section 13, T41, S It 13 W, and j
nam. the following us hi witnesses,
viz: I). Ii. Cooley, of Curry county,
and Jamca Cooley, of Curry county, t
NOTICE FOR I'UIIUt'ATION.
RosEisi-no, Or., Dee. 17, 1879. (
TOTICE IS HERERY (SIVEN
k i. . .1.- t. ;.. ..M..w1 Uiittlr.f
filed notice of his intention to I
iiiii f i ii (nitiiiLT ii ill i iiri mjhviv
make final proof in support of his
eluiin and secure filial entry thereof
-- - -
the cxiiinition of thirty clays from
John Itfidabaugh, of Coos county.
o'l Wm. F. UE.VOAMI.V, Register.
itsell. so that that section no lomror - . ,;.," !"","r",..rTrp "orM
a greviance, the gonoral improve- m tho forenoon. RiWm. i-h.
....?. .....l .i...!..i-. ... -.. .i ' ti i. .. .i. . .. .
. uuui miimiii'iirziLimi. run fioiiirii 111 nm mi.'rniknii m.i i-.i
" .. i, ,...i i i - it. . . iTE finniw liv EwnvsTP ia!.
"' "- i-umm,!, huuuihi I'lltlllllV lO I IV , " ..... uiuani-
a'.i..i:. i: c .i. r .?- . ! IX cr: keen vout:intlv on limul in
V:V "', ' T ,r"UC P"1"? our large and cuinmollious store,
linil Ml 10ITntlVK. tn flirt ntlluli(rtn .-.f ' .....II . ..1 .. t . . .v.,..
...., w...v.mnniii.i6v: ui . urn eieciei siock oi
! NOTICE OF FINAL I'ROOF.
ItoHKiit'iio, Or., Dec. 10, 1870. J
OTlCE IS HERERY OIVEN
that thofollowing named settler
ins lileu nonce oi ins iniemum iu
make final proof in support ol ins
claim, and secure final entry thereof
nt tho expiration of thirty days from
of dato this notice, vi: John h.
ir.ni.. lriinntioii declaratory state-
---- . -
nient o, inrna, ior mo sr.u nr.?,
section 20, WJ- f HWJ, section 21
and NWV of SWJ section 28, T 30,
S It 14 IV, and names the following us
...il.w.uci. I-IZ! JO in L.anuioiH OI
Cnrry county, ami Frank Langlois
of Curry county, Oregon.
' Vm. F. Hexjamiw,
HOSS 1 TIMMKKMAN
Would announce to tho public that
their now market
OPPOSITE THE CENTRAL HOTEL
IS NOW Or-KNKU
AND Til KY AHB Pit KPAIlKI. to SELL
ALL KINDS OP
HKEF TOUR &MKATS of ALL KINDS
P R0 VI SI ONs'aND VEGETABLES
VESSELS m LOGCUXG CAMPS
CST PRICES DOWN TO THE DEDj
I I LZj"L I
, ,0 Marshlleld t nij;lit.
MA SR8IF.G Mf, HSRT
lldOU & "ifiS B ,
Fiio.vr Stkkkt, Mausiifiklii, Oox.
consitsingof tho best staple and fancy
of all kinds, the choicest
A t.akgk stock of
HATS and CAPS,
ft)0TS and SHOES,
RUBBERS and OIL CLOTHING,
SLIPPERS and OILCLOTH
CROCKERY and GLASS
Cigars and Tobacco,
iind VA t ISIIK
CUTLERY, WOOD awl
Our extensive show cases arc filled
wish the finest
MILLINERY ANDFANCY GOODS.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
X. B. All goods purchased at our
Store will be delivered five ot charge
at any point on tho route of the
iteamcr Alvrtle. vl-l-tf
Co'. A and Front Sts., JIahsiikikli), Ou.
-1 T-AVryO TAKEN CHANGE OF
I I the alxjve iiained house, we can
P'toiiiIm.' In mtr patrons,
Vlrt'dnH Knrr, I'jilr UrallHR
And courteous attention.
KJ-A TRIAL IS SOLICITED.-
Is well supplied in its line, and is under
our personal uiannxvincnt.
oookixo o hhaiiho-
Hew Excelsior Oil Stove.
JTiut tfaa Tiilm tmr JAgbt HonMlwcptaff.
will Brail. Sort, od Bk Wo h ftfl? I
Nrodgn. Ewl for ClRnUn. A0E.NT8 WAMKD. I
COLEKAS GAS APPASATU8 AST)
T KiiXR Br- - - Ciicina, 1U-
Tb Gift Cur for Ujfpyl. IwJIf rtJon, WHo"
HMdOClM. Um CompUiBt, i
r i Au, CiMrml j
o Um oI tfbeotM4
Ma Prnii. Ko Ductor BIIU.
fu4 far (3rcolri, dorrlb- I
iD, e AUorvio. c-
nd Um rltfo I I cuutus " !
XrtpepU Blt, .
VmrtDdAipM Blt. W. ,...
Tonlo Ml", W, InftnU Mt, U
TbM IW1U rlll U Mttl W nr Mr Ut4uMMf
n rtlj of tlM wb. r lV) lut Iniml UJl.
AOEHTS irftntd In trtrj county in U
Addmf, nSHEB MEDICATED BELT CO.
232 Illinois fit., Chicago.
COX'H lUKIIUK NJIOI,
IS yiiOST OF TIIK CKXTItAL JIOTKI-
If you want nn easy shave,
As good as barber ever gave,
j jt call on mo nt my saloon,
From morn 'till night or busy noon ;
My razors' sharp, my scissors, keen,
Jly shop is neut and towels clean ;
And there I think that you will find
Each nrticle to suit tho iniiid;
I trim thohairwith skill for gents,
Of courso the price is fifty cents ;
Hhampooing, too, I do that well,
(Jivonio atrial, that will tell;
So help me gracious if I inuko-you hol-
't,r , , tt
You neeil not pay a quarter of dollar.
I. 8. Hot and cold baths always ready. I
1 MT 'UM " " . .
DR. C. I). GOLDEN, l'norn.
Opposite Xoubnvo'n iUorr.
HAVE COX8T.VNII1Y ON HAND
ALL S0UTS 0K
W WINKS nu 0
CIGARS and TOBACCO,
and everything usually kept in a
Prescription .arcfiiUy Cvm-
COXSTASTLY OX IIAXl
3 fit tt reuse P JtaMvathf
Chair P Iahiuuv.
Crib .1' Cnullc,
PICTURES, FRAMES, MOULDING
TAILES, MIRRORS &c.
"Made to Order.
COFFIXS made at shortest notice.
Attacii.mk.vts, Nkkm.ks ite.
W. G. WEBSTER,
Aud I. 11 lit itKltiiM.
WE LATELY RETURNED
from San Francien with a com
plete stock of every thins in my line
ready mnde boots and shoes, etc.
BEST MATERIAL ONLY USED.
Rosobur k Coos Bay
STAGE Hg3 LINE,
J. CI.OCC31I Ac. t'o.,l pi ( m.
Static "'III lea re Coo CI tit ercry I
day (Sunday excepted) at 7: DO A. m, !
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
WILL FIXI) THIS TO nK
CHEAPEST, llESTnml QUICKEST
OF ALL llOUTES
TO ROSEBUBG OR ANY PART OF THE
nLOSE C O NN E C T I O N "M ADE
j with the ears and overland triage
All buinefM entrusted to our enrol
will be attended to with promptness
sa-FARE REDUCED TO 5..tf
Each imtxrngrr nUcnrl'M of baggage.
For Further particulars enquire of
Telegraph oflice, Empire City.
Blanco Hotel, Marshfield, Or. 2M
E. B, Dean & C
E. IJ. DEAN,
have Always ox If axi a
I STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE.
1 JIjTJ JML3 MjC
I MANUFACTURED TO ORDER
, A 11(1
en, n m iuv nMANTITY DtSIHhU.
THE LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
MAIlHHr-ll-I.n A EMI'IIIK Citv.
II. P. WHITNEY, I'iiopiiiktoii.
A good sujiply of
MUTTON, i CANKPJ)
REEF, BB OOOCH,
FORK, ETC- Tffl ETC., ETC.
and all kinds of
constantly onjinml, Also a
good' stock of
' ' " V'Erfi:LB
LOGGING n CAMPS
SUPPLIED AT SHOUT KOTJOE
W. R.SlMfSON A I). 1I0I.I.AMI
and provisions of all kinds
sold nt the lowest
in:itTVlimiDii- point desired
SSTWe keep nothing but the best JG?3
and insure sAtisfaetiou.
JUST RECEIVED RVSTAMER!
AT REDUCED RATES, BY
HENRY 0 PLOEOER,
D. Morse's Empire City.
MrK.li.jr. Lochhurt lroprlctrc
r a it. ii r i:.'r.
SMALL FARM" SITUATED ON
tho bank of the Coiniillu River,
oiitaiuiu 23 acres
RICH BOTTOM LAND,
With Honso and Orchard. Cnn be
Rented at a Reasonable Rate.
For particulars apply to
1 Ikxuv Skxostackk.v,
Empire City, Oregon.
B00T& SHOE MAKER
"WXX.X. SO AXiZi 3CZZM'Xai
in a thorough manner and ia
i aSrShopon Front Street, opositc the
t Pioiici Unrket. vl-7-tf
E. A. Anderson,
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
I TTAl'LINtJ DONE AT SHORT NO-
oi M tice and at very reasonable
IL tice and at very reasonable rates.
C()U AN. Wooihxstaxti.v ox ii x
Stoves & Eanges.
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS AND
LAMPS cfc OILS.
WOOD A WILLOWWARE,
Steam ,Wnter 1'ipe and Eittings. Gran
ite ami i'latcd Wares.
TIN, COPPER &
EXECl'TKU WITH DlHI'ATCIL
asy-EXTRAS for Slovos, Plows
Mowers and Reapers furnished
at short notice.
NEW DRUG STORE,
MA US FIE LI), Oil.
.VKXT DOOlt TO MAILOFFICi:.
, O UIS JI UXJt OJi, Proprietor.
FULL STOCK OF
Drugs & Medicines,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
II JK 'I' II K A IV I N C I ii A It N
IVcKcrlplleiiv C'urcfully ('otiiiouiitlril
by Coaipttcat I'liyelt-Inn.
I fiiMl &C l'tfl
IIiriewS)!C-fc' A I ill!
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
C. 11. (JOLDEN.M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
C. W. 'I'OWKH, M. I).
W. ( ANUKU M. I).
PHYIHIAM AND SURGEON
r li i J i u i n u
Ciiaitllle Clti, Hin.
,, ,, ,, , ...
S. II. JlAZVIU), .1. . 11A.MII.UIS
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Will priieliee In llio various cnnrU ,
of the state.
oi-iici: AT i:.Ml'IHK city. Oti.v.
cr. -mi. sia-Linsr.
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
AHORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
HENRY SENGSTACKEN, -
i:.mimri: CITV, tMl.V. I
Collections ami oilier lmiius'i plni'inl
in inv lmiiiKs, will rtveive prompt uttrii-'
w. i V!;i(:iit,
I'. S. Mineral ami U.S. );
S IT U V K Y OR,
('OiH'lLLK C'lTV, Oo.V. ;
Will attend to tlielHMiiiPM of iHirvi)iii;
in nnv mrt of tlit county.
jjVrfivt tunpof all mirveyotl hinds, far
nNlieil at short nntlee. "
K. (.'. 0 It 1 . I) It 0 I) ,
ATTORNEY M n0UX8ELL0R AT I.Aff,
A nliiire of ptililie pntriiHii in riwpii t
fully KolhitiMi. J .;,t
ivcrvrifr jixst'xvtx.iy t
1 insiiriKi.D Oitni.iiv.
This IiiHtltutition now nironN the
fm-ilitlcx fur olncation in lt foiiuil In tin
('unit Region of Southern Orcein. Tin ,
.r.iileiii in KriKiiiati'il into llin-e ilepnrl
inelltM llr follnWH!
The I'rliimrit Deportment
In which IntrtHliu-tury UrHiU'lion an
77it Junior Department.
I'liiliriifinc Orthoxniphy, Itentllnj.',
Vritttijr, (iRiiiiiiiar,t'fn;riipli,v, HUturv
I'liyiolotfy, I'mniliiir .Sieni-e anil Men
till ami l'nutlral Arithuu-tlc.
77 Senior lieintrtnient
F.mliraclii;: IliMik-keepliintHiiiKle am'
iloulile entryjllotany, Cheinlhtrv, l'ollti
eal Kroimiiiy, litin, RhetonV', Illuht"
Arilliiiietle, Alcelim, (icometry, Trixo
iioiui'lry mul xtirvcviiiK.
Instniftioii In thin liraneli Ik j,iven
ItiMiiiieaii he luul for from !l to
per week with private f.iiiillleH, nml for
(.till leu when hevenil Htmlentx eluh to
gether ami hoanl tlmiiiMiheH.
Primary Dop.irtinent .V(Xi
Junior . . .... 7
Senior . . .... pi m
HIGHEST & BEST AWARD
And Grand Modal of Honor.
Economy, Durability and "Rapidity
conjoined with perfect work,
Art Dittinfulihinc Featutti ( f ihc
Giant Farm anil Warelioose Fans,
A. P. DICKEY,
Raolno, Wis. 1
Now hi Inj many late improYtmcnli, tlirjr tie fully .
jnual la every demand ; ileami.g all limit cf Oraln,
Pjai, tleani. Caiter llear.i, Corn and Small S.td
They rrade When r(ilv by bnee dandling. Sep. '
arate Oati frcm Wheal, i,.i!ey and l e, 'I hey have I
ry PJett rranemenli for tleanlnit Timothy, ,
i1,v.Vvl,,!x !,.;;d- nird 'r". and all oilier I
Small Feed;. I hey thalT ifeei1y, and combine
every qiiaUfrfaiioa required lo io ihe ben work is
u mwiiii ujnr.
V arehnuee. well j larm Mllli, tie Lrcely eon.
Itruclad, U.lli Hn(' r nulrlne jil ia licet o ac;om.
modaio the demand, and MnK n capacity cf fiom jo
10 too builielt per how, tun time lo .o tf mill.
Ihey are tiiipped, b ned forcccan iraniwitatlon.
d "tet up" or "Inocked down" f5r foiwaiding
inland, at requettcdi and la all catei put free on
board Can or Dleam.r. Ordert f.Ued tame day n
received. J ,
Mllli iblpped "lr.od.ed down" (o h, half ),
Ireijhl chsreed at when fi iwarded "cc mii." Oleo.
aphi and Circulari mpplied nn upfcliratlon, 1'rlcr,
will be ijuoted lw ,nt on liberal term. Coeie
VT 17 ataWjMlaaaaaaaaH
1 nil 1 11 I
Taylor & Farley
MaaMracliircd nl Wartcder, Mbm,
At- tKriOriIHta of ny tln mr U foJ
l Um l.ntinn. w.a lly c.muln miny ""
vat rono i oih Oigtt.
AlmlnK to produce work which h8ll b
, Durnbl. wo will not normc thnt which
i not ikaii, nnil rt ! l'l o n ntrfiot
Ornun, la 6rUr to tnnko a morofanaf
Strllsli nn.l Appropriate Catr.
am frrn ti
' TUB rOLUWtHO
t Award with Medal & Diploma of Honor
j AI OMNVIU BV TIIM
! CINTINNIAL tXllinmOM COMMItSIOHIMl
" t.t linnif Ii TtlBiiH. rnauu. ft'tlTt ..J
mtunti or Toir. Birraitf u rr tnmi
Ultljr Ii Xxkioltil lifllutii Ul III fvjim UltHtl''
Da net Lil la mV pJ;ton nj
EXAMINK Til nil I! INBTUUMISNTB
C(loju fir, hi (ilkiiKiii la iIk
Taylor & Farley Organ Co.
l'tll ttlllKl, Mwilll'.
Tb. BE3T, LATEST IMPROVED,
n.l inoi THOROUGHLY touiiroctc!
Ui wcatlni; art arc mmta of U OEST
STEEL, CAREFULLY TEMPERED
liiitiio,ir'rur.irr rr.vio.v; it
ku Uio LAiior.nr jiuimixi 11 r. ib
Tti IlOIl DI NH nm "WOUND trllhoul
RUNNiNo or vurminwim u
it u it Hr.i.r4iirmNO Nrnrnr.n it
ha a DIAL fur rrnUUu(f llic IctiRJi ortlluh.
WITHOUT Ti:iTI.N( It lin a UVIUIU
Hl'AGK limlr tho ami; It U NOIHKl.tUH.
ml lias moru xliita nfKXOKLl.K.NCK Itua
ill vllier uiacliiuC4 rwinblncl.
-A(oni wnittnil In localltl
wlior we uro not rcprornoil.
JoSison, Clark & Co."
30 WOON SQUARE, K.Y
O.t 10 ( j.cnhiy at h'Hiin. Sample
"orli" .1 tree. A.Mri'w SrismiN A Co.
MerulcH, Cam. V.S.A.
"Children's Blow Pedals,"!
Adjusted or removodlnslanlly.
Invented and Exclusively
used by tills Company,
The most popular
Organs of the day!
UNRIVALLED IN QUALITY.
"Tho Wilcox & Whito
Organ IliJtrotor,, 1h tho
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