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The Coast Mail.
APRIL 3, 1SS0.
Tlio Ilopnltlioan votors of Coor
county nroherohy notified to moot in
convention nt Coquillo City, on Pat
tirdny, April lotii, 1880, nt one o'clock
r.M., fortlio imrnooe of cliooinir ii
dclegaton to atUnid tlio Itonnhlican
State Convention, and nominating
nniidl.inin. f.. ... -ir.
candidate for county officers,
Primaries will ho held at the usual
places of voting in the wroral pro
oincts, on Saturday, April 8, at 2
o'clock r. ., and are apor(tuned del
egates as follows:
lleavor Slough, -
Ilrotvstor Valley, ....
Hurlon Prairie," -Coalndo,
Coo City, .....
Coos Itivur, .....
Oofjuillo Oily, ....
Km pirn City, . '
Knuhantcd Prairie, . . .
Hall's Prairio, - -JohnsonV,
North Coos Itiror, ...
South Slough, ....
Empire City, March Gth, 1SS0.
Uyordorof the Committee,
CnUforniti Chinese I.nir.
A decision in the habeas corpu
casc of Parrott was rendered bv
Judge Hoffman on the 22d, and in
effect declare! the anti-Chinese law
enacted by the present legislature in
Sacramento to bo in conflict with
the United States treaty with China
and the constitution of the United
States. In rendering his decision,
the judge quoted an unusual num
ber of authorities. Ho said that if the
right of the legislature to restrict cor
porations in the manner intended
by the law in question should be ad.
mitted, there would "be limit to the
harm which might be accomplished.
The Chinese arc here and arc granted
all benefits of trade or travel by soL
omn treaties which are enjoyed by
any other foreigners. If the legisla
ture has power to declare that corpo-
ratons shall not employ Chinese
it il.. . 1 i , t I?
uiej ikum-m we same ngni to ue-;
dare that uonnans, Irish, or Amer
icans shall not be employed. Fur
ther, thy could exercise right to de
clare that cmploj-es of railroads shall
be of certain creed. If the fact of
laws and their enactment were not
so plainly before us it would be
difficult to believe that the lcgisla.
ture could declarca law so seemingly
a contemptuous breach of treaty ob-
jignuuiis. xn conclusion juuge
Hoffman remarked : It is ceneralh'i
admitted by the best classes on the j
coast that the unrestricted immigra- j
tion of the Chinese is a menace to j
our peace, and even to our civiliza-
tion. It is an evil, however, which!
abrogation or amendment of the
Burhngame treaty alone can remedy.
The senseless cry of "the Chinese j
must go,"is an insolent denial of the j
UU..JV11.J KJA I..W ...114 UIDIC1 11..U
nny measures of police or health
Inwe, or State legislation made in the
spirit of that cry, will be promptly
net aside bvthe courts of the United
Judire Hoffman fin
lshed reading hia decision, Judce'i.b s;W f :H"
nwvnr B-iid- TIif.nriKrtnoriwr.nlnr W1"1. sec 3j, T 41 SU 13 v
fcaw j cr eaia . 1 tie prisoner is order- th oUovio a. yie tne,
ed dischnrL'ed." The decision was I
prepared by Judge Hoffman and i
juiiuviuu vj iji.ii, w. 11IJ5 lu i;uui;
Sawyer's recent absence from the
city. The latter was on the bench
with Judge Hoffman this morninp,
nnd concurred in the decision, as his
order of diBeharge phown. Tho Par
rott esse wiil probably be taken to
the U. S. supremo court, Ben Butler
having announced a willingness to
ninnngoit there for the people.
A Washington dispatch, dated
March 25, says : Tlio deadlock in the
Houcc over Garfiold'n motion concern
ing tho Towiibend tarifr bill was ter
minated last night by the adoption of
tho simple method of approval of
Monday's journal and thoreupon with
drawing tho bill from Townsond's
and referring it to tho committee on
afc rl nvirl War 1 -h r I 1 smr !
wayu and moans, a procoduro which r
apparently was not thought of unti.
after tho Houao had become too deep,
ty involved in parliamentary difii.
ciiltio, and too muoh excited by jier
60iittl controversies to act upon any
cnsiblQ BtigRostion. The whole strug
gle, in fact, has been prolific of per
Honal disputes and unparliamentary
tiMi&eshetwocn inembom. The Bjioak
or hn been eovorely critieisil for his
ruliiiKsand bad blood has been stirred
up all round.
Tho nomination of tho now minis
ter to China, ami thoso of commis
sioners Swift alid I'roMiolt were taken
up during to-day's executive eoosion
of the Bonato, and referred to tho
conunitteo on foroign rolutions which
will meet Tuesday. It in understood
that tlio comuiWsioui'rs aro not to en
ter on tholr mission until Congross
rhnll first have made an appropria
tion to defray their oxpeusos. J his it
is believed, will bo readily granlod.
ThoroBoeius to bo little or no doubt
of their confirmation. nd that of
Mr. Angcll U minister fs couooded on
Heymonr Hiitt tho Kcmocrntic
A dispatch from Washington dat
ed March 25th, eaya: Tho "Post"
produces letters and disnatches
from Syracuse to bolster its disput -
eu intsrviow with Seymour,
again states the situation ns follows :
t Governor Seymour's present posi
tion on the Presidential question
may be stated in the brief terms with
which wo have been accustomed to
refer to it. Ho is not a candidate
' K" Sf t l ' W.t,c
oUtion, but if it is pi von to lain
and tlooa not want the Democratic
ho will not rcfuso it. Nothint? enn
be plainer than this, and it js till we
have ever assert ed in the mvmisnq.
It being then n question of whether!
tltc Democracy shall nmninntn ni
their candidate a man whoso iiomi-
nmion menus ins election, or some
one else upon whom great hopes
may bo placet!, but about whoso ul
timate success there exists a verv
natural doubt, we see no excuse for
Hesitating as to the course to be mir
cm i. nonuio oeymour is tlio one
man to heml the Democratic ticket
A imspatch from Toronto dated
March 2oth, says : A man named
iMjuiicu lorinoriv empioycu as en-
gineor in the GM newspaper ollico,
but who was discharged for miscon
duct, entered the room of Hon. Goo.
Brown at the office and made a de
liberate attempt to assassinate him
3 ' without a word of warning. He aim-
eu a pistoi at isrown s head when he
was sitting at his desk. On hearing
the intruder, Brown arose, and as he
did so, received a bullet in his tliigh.
He at once grappled with the would
be murderer, wrested the pistol from
him and threw him down. The cm.
ployes of the establishment hearing
the shot rushed to Brown's assistance
and hold Bennett until a policeman
arrived. Brown is editorand propri
etor of the Globe, leador of the reform
party and Senator of the dominion.
There is disagreement between
France and Russia, because France
didn't see proof enough to surrender
Hartmann, accused of attempting
the life of the Czar. The Russian
ambassador has gone home without
saying goodbye, and Prince Bis
mark is rejoiced on that account.
The he are over 200 Chinamen em
ployed on the rock work below Wal
lula. These Chinamen have been
engaged for some time on similar
work in California. Thev take the
! nlacoof the force of irhit mnn whinh
j,aVe been moved further down the
river and given an easier job.
Cirr. Weston and Surgeon Le
compte, of the 14th infantry, had
some disagreement. Weston met the
doctor, commenced firing at him, but
the doctor was on hand and came out
with a few scratches, whilo the other
was killed. This happened at Fort
A fiiig ate and three gun boats are
employed distributing food to the
famine stricken people on the west
coast of Ireland, and the Duke of
Edinburg will go there to boss the
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
T.ivr flirvir'v "p
priTTin nt.nc r-w,v. on teen '
Notio In herehv riven that the following ,
AkV3V . VCViV 'tuivu ' v-
named settler has filed notice of hia inten-'
tkm to make final proof in support of hU
claim, and secure final entry thereof at the ,
expiration of thirty day from date of thu '
notice, viz: Henry L- Johns, preemption
declaratory rtateraent. Xo. 3210, for tho '
OK1-4 ol i
went tnil i
names the followinsr as hia witnesnea. viz: ,
T .t. stitt. .r. v. ifam. J. H. Stitt. and i
J. M. Moore all of Chetco, Curry county,
Oregon, on the 1 1 th day
of May 16S0 at i
the United State Land '
Olfice at Itoschurg,
Wm. F. Benjamin-, Regieter.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Laud Oitice at
RogEiirno, Okeoos, March 29, 1860.
Notice i hcrehy given tliat the following
named settler has filed notice of hi inten-
tion to make final proof in support of hw
claim, and secure final entry thereof at the
exjiration of thirty flays from date of this
notice, vu: Thomas J. Stitt, iircmption
declaratory statument. Xo. 32-17, lor the J-'J
of Wl-4. SW1-1 of W'lA. sec. 2. and SE
1-4 of NE1-4, of sec, 3, T 41 SU 13 west,
and names the following a his witnesses,
viz: H. L. Johns, J. D. Cooley, D. H.
Palmer and J. II. Stitt, all of Chetco,
Curry county, Oregon, on the l"th day
of May, 18S0, at the U. 8. Land Office at
AVm. F. IlE-VJAMUf, Register.
I. O. O. F.
MojfPAY EvKSisCjArnu. 2Ctli, 1880.
A. Nabiiuko, T. G. Owk.v, A. Srwvr,
C. W. TowKit, 0. J5. fiJUTii, 0.
C0MMITTEI5 OF ARRANGE
AiENTS. A. LoiutEK, John Kvxyox, P. Winmnu
T. IfinfiT, K. A. AMDEneos.
Emkrson's Om) Acik. Paragraphs '
now and then appear about Ralph
Wnldo Knicrson's low of memory,
which gives needless pain to his
friend. He is an old man as most i
! of us ' 1C when wc reach seventy
. '" ami nas mat ineonven cut n
itnniiy 01 ngo an inability to recall at
once the the thing bo would reinetn
hers muro than most men, and what
conies to his mind is worth remember
ing which is not the case with most
mon. Ho lectures at Concord giv
ing what will bo his hundredth lecture
before the Lyceum of that town. His
health is firm, his spirit cheerful and
serene, as in earlier years, but he sees
fewer visitors and finds his hours
more precious as thev crow fewer.
He writes little, reads much and is re
vising those jxipers which ho will nev
er publish, which will yet appear in
print some day. His life is no longer
a public one in any sense, and thos
who lovo him should respect his priva
cy, and allow one who has served his
age so faithfully to withdraw from it
as gently as became before it.
The other day the house got so tan
gled up with parliamentary ditlieul
tics, in connection with thoTownsend
taritr bill that it had to back out of the
dead lock the best way it could. It
wu a bad muddle and made lots of
ill blood between members.
At Galveston Grant attended a wed
ding and went to see a boy that got
hurt trying to see him. The General
says he is going home to spend tho
summer at Galena.
Houses arc in demand and none
to rent at Walla Walla.
The Virtue mill neRr Baker City, is
ready to run again.
It is said another weekly is to be
started at the Dalles.
PaiusELL has arived at Queens-
Pkado, ex-Prcsidcnt of Peru, is in
Switzerland will fortify her west
More arreats have been made at
The Grand Sheriff of Mecca has
been murdered by a Persian lunatic,
The grape vines of Franco have
been much injured by severe
The Prince of Wales is a member
of almost every secret society in
England, and he can grip a friend's
hand out of joint in over nine hun
dred and sixty different ways.
A yocxg Bostonian announced
that he was going to Leadville to en
gage in hydraulic mining. "Yes,'
remarked a friend, "you are going to
seek the bubble reputation at the
In a recent before-the-curtain
speech, Boucicault said that Colleen
Bawn was the play by which he wish
ed to be remembered. Other au
thors will be remembered bv some
of his other plays.
By virtue of an execution iued out of
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, fax
the county of Cum-, on the 13th day of
March, 1SS0, in favor of John Huntley,
plaintiff, anil Will Huntley, defendant, for
the sum of ?o9 14. and crista taxed at ?J 95,
to me directed anu delivered, coratnanumg
me to make levy and sale according to law.
ot tneproperty real or personal oi tarn ie
fendant, I have levied upon the following,
decnlxl real jproperty Mongmg to aul
defendant, towit: Lot 3 and 4, and an un ,
divided interest in lots 1 and of tc. 1,
'. "lk- ' " "" "" ""' , i,,,, ,
1. Ji on- liw., nnu me ii vi ot
wction.TI, J.. Jo, ftK. 14 v. ini.utry ka. or
And I will,
on tno 'liUKU 1M ur
18S0. at the hour of one o'clock in
he atternoon ol aaia day, at the couriuome
door in Ulensijurg. eell all the ngii uue
and interest of said defendant in and to said
property, or so much ther. ' a may Ijo nee.
j easary, which he had on tiie 5th day of
March, 1SS0, to satisfy sa-d execution and
' accruing costs.
1 ...! , r.. -. 1. lo.l.
liica ai jllswsbuiuj, via., jia-ui. .on
I860. A. If. MOORE,
12 4w Sheriff of Curry county, Or.
NEWDR UG STORE,
MARS FIELD, OR.
NEXT BOOK TO MAIL OFFICE.
LOUIS MUXJIOK, J'roprlelor.
FULL STOCK OF
Drugs & Medicines,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
BUST HIl AND Or CI G A ItS
BSrl'roBcriptionH Carofully Com
pounded by Competent Physician.
FARM FOR SALE!
ACRES OF CHOICE LAND
nt. thn inmith of Willancli
(dough, near North Rend and Marsh
flold. Good house and out buildings.
Adapted for dairying or general farm
ing. Good young oroliard. One of
the befit farms in Coos county. J ho
place, with stock and implements, will
bo sold very cheap.
ESJ-For further particulars apply at
the ollico of the Coa&t Mail. Cti
BAY VIEW BREWERY,
Win. Reiclierf ,Proirictoi"
Keeps constantly on hand, and offers for sale n superior article of
LAGER BEER, ALE AND PORTER,
JirilAR IS SCI l'UIW WITIITIIK CHOICNST UKAXDS Oh
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
iUSAMMl SA1.( ONAT KM1MKK CITY.
Mrs. i. M. l.Hchlmi't
KoscJmrj? V- Coos Itay
.. vi.ovtm o co,
Staym trill leave Coo Citir evet'H
day (Sunday excepted) at 7 !!0 .v. M,
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
will riNn Tins to m:
CHEAPEST, HEHToiul QCICk'EST
OF ALL JiOlTES
ROSEBURG OR ANY PART OF
pLOSK CON N K C T 1 O N M A DK
V. with the ears and overland st!ij?es
All bnsiue4 ontrulod to our care
will he attended to with promptings
Cf-FAHK ItEDUCFI) TO 0.3
Each jHitfenger ollotred $0 U. of bvijujt
For Further particulars enquire of
F. SCIIETTKIt. ArI.
Telegraph oftico, Fmpire Citv.
OrS. S. HAH I.Y,
Ulanco H.n', Mamhfleld, Or. IN
DK. C. 1). GOLDEN, Pnoi-Jt.
Opposite Xintlntry's Store.
II A V E CONS T A N T I. Y t) N II A X 1) ,
ALL SOHTS OK
MKDICIN L I'l'RI'OSES,
and cverythin? unial'i kt-pt in a
MKIJICAI. I SI'KSmBV.
J'raicrtptlons I arcfully Com
pottiitlnl. M-f!-tf .
E. A. ANDERSON.
to yyw' rytrir "'
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
titt- and at vcr
ry rc.isunahle ran -
CO.VI. AND WOOIl CONSTANTLY ON IIANI
Cor. A ji d Front .StH.,MAiisiini:Li),OK.
-r-T-AVING TAKEN CHARGE OF1
-J-, the ahovr iiauieil bouse, we can j
promise to our patrons,
I'li-MtxInxM I'nre, I'nlr IfllllHK
And eourU-ous attention.
jCQT-A TRIAL IS SOLICITED.-?
o uiiii A n
T - -. 1! 1 ? fl. 1 ! f . ,, m jl ! aitifiit
IS W IIHIipiilieo III lis line, uii' Ji ill""'
our personal manugeineiit. i
B00T& SHOE MAKER
in a thorough nianner and use
BSrShopon Front Street, opposite the
. gl UN yon WP
M UlIl.MU U.i , ulIVliON.
W. K.SlMI'os A I) ll.ni.
-B -A. T S
ami pnivNintix or " kimtti
wild at tin1 liiwi'nt
;. VKUV.O ni :inv iHiint di-sinnl
B3AVo keep nothing hut the bent JS
nnd mure satiofuctiuii.
8 week in your own town. Tonus
and $ffrot. Addrcmt II. ll.vt.LBrr Co.
I'l IIK IS
STOVES & RANGES,
I atest Improved
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS AND
LES &c OILS.
WOOD & WILLOWWARK,
SteaniAVnter Pipe and Fittings, Gran
ite and I'luted Waros.
TIN, COPPER &SHEET!RONWARE.
Kxnrl'TKl) WITH Disl'ATCII.
JMS-KXTRAS for Stoves, I'lows
Mowers and Reapers furnished
at short notice.
Maiishfiemi .i Emfiui: Citv.
II. I'. WHITNEY, Pitoi'iciinoii.
A gofI supply of
MUTTON , CANNKI)
RKKF, Jl-g-g- OOOCS,
PORK, KTC3t irrc, liTC.
and nil kinds of
constantly on hand. Also a
good stock of
s S E L S
Centennial World's Fair;W761
Moxotricxo raivniociit ran
Tbtlr oomptnllr eicUno U rteof nlia by
& Juilge la their Uojiori, ttom wUob Ui
fallowing U n itrict:
"Th II. minsiixnitn nnm nn
zhlblt ai th tieit Iiiitrunenli tl
prlo rndorlDff tbm polbl to Ur eltM
I ltmwMlH.iiJ.IIUB m 6VUIU1U.UOII Ol JVvvQI
d Sll, trodutlciinoTel nnd Die Ibj tttttl.
onUlnln mnr dtilri.LU lmnrorf mnl. will
tUud longtr la dr or Ump cumtw, ! llitlu
lo t oat of order, ill tb botrdi belnir tsid
thrMply, pat together so It U lmpoeelbl tot
Ihera to tltber ulirlult, iw.ll nr fpllt." THU
UMLV OUUAJMt AWAUUliU TUIM
Tbli Uedtl sod Awtrdwii rrintedsflertht
taoet serer ccmpetltlr.u lit tb but nukiii,
before cneol tUe uioet couiyeUut Jurlea
Kew BItIci and price Jait iMned, which tr
In xmotiUdc wltli oar rale, the BKSX Olt"
WAN tor tb lent ciuoe.
We ere prepared to ppolot few cew AjjenU.
Illaitreted CtUlegaM taeiled, poit-peid, co
0, SHONINGER ORGAN GO.;
01 to its aiESTBUT 8TBKir': I
- . Niw U.TIS. Dons. - '
T.C. MACKKY.Al. I).
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
KMI'llll- ClTV, OlIElKIN.
C. 11. (1 OLD F.N, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
M Misiinci.ii. Oiti:uo.v.
C. W.TOVI5K,.M. I).
v. C. AN0KI.,,M. I).
PHYSICIAN and SUnGEON
Coiitttitv cttit, o)ni.
S. II. !l.z.uii, j. V. Hamilton
IIA.AHD i- HAMILTON,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
ill practice in the urioun couiln
oriiii: ati'mimui: city. this.
ATTORNEY A COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
M Mtsuru 1 1. On i.uv
IMIl'IRi: CITY, (MJ.V.
CllllOl'tllUIS tlllil ntlu-r lllKJ..Hfl phtl'I'd
in my hands, will nvviw prompt Htten
W. I WUKillT,
(7. .S'. Mineral ami V, ,s Depot
S U K V 1C VOIt,
Coyi'ti.i.B Cnv, Oun.
Will attend to the himiueDa of Hiirvovlug
in anv part of tlio county.
Perfect nmpsofflll Mii"rwyHl lands, fur
uisneiiui Hlmrt noUef.
i:. a. c it i M it oi,
ATTORNEY m rtll'SSEU.OR AT LAW,
aaxj-xn.-iit ox'i'A-, oiiwaoiv
A hnre 'i ipuldic pntrntiHiie is rc-i t
fully mlic il. l ,1A((
.0-.D 3 -ivdZ-ST,
M xiiMiKUi n Orteoov.
This Instilutition now nirurds tho 1msI
facilities fur educHlmu In U fmind in the
Coast Ri'Kiou if Siiiithern Oregon. The
Academy is jjriuhiatcd into three depart
incuts as fiilloUN :
The I'rloiart Department
In which Introductory Urnnches are
The ilanlor Department.
KtnbrHcintf OrthoKrnphy, ReudiiiK.
Writing, (inuiiinnr, (iwiKniphy. llislor,
Physiology, raimliar Science and Men
tal and Pruitical Arilhliietic.
The Senior Department
I'tnhrariiiK Rook-kcfpiiiKfHhiKle and
doulile untrylltotaiiy, Cheiuistry, I'oliti
cal Reoiioiny, Ijilin, Rhetoric, IUkIiui
Arithmetic, Aluehra, (leoiuetry, TriK
nomelry and Biin'eyiiiK.
Instruction in this branch is given
HoAiti) can he had for from f.1 to H
per wook with jirivHte fsmilles, iirnl for
still Ies whensi'venil students cluh to
gether and hoard themselves.
- - - - -10,00
J. T. MtCoUMAO,
H7ii a week. Jill a duv at hoinn easi
ly made. Costly outllt free. Address
Inn: A In. Augusta, Maine.
Egnal to Any. Excellefl fiy None.
p- i. . ...,
Taylor & Farley
maantaclarc nt Worcester, Mm.
Alt lUnTmitim or ny value may U found
U theie imtrumenu, end tlxy cotiuin menjr
HOT rCVUS la cth.r OranL
Aiming to produoowork whloh (hall ba
purohlo.wowlllnot snorlfloo that whloh
la not aean. nnd yet la vltnl to it purfaot
Or-nn, in order to mnko u mora fnno
We ere iilll tnelled lo prcient at
Stylish ami Appropriate Casei
u rej be found In Clio tiuiltel, with firu.li wrutli It
til ItUlIel by any.
AS RBOARD8 TONI,
Award with Medal & Diploma of Honor
WA CHAHTin BY TIIS
CltrnitNIAL EXIIIBITIOH COMMISSIONtnSl
" f.r liiinry In Werkmioible, rttnniu, H'EITt oJ
tRILllllCr Oy'TOlE. BnlrormllJ la tntt ii"c,tn
tilllf la ImbuIuI If (llaacii for laif iretid lotiotrl."
Do not fail to male application and
SXAKIlfB THUBK INBTnUMBNTB
Calalo(uci free, on application to the
Taylor & Farley Organ Co.
$lf lo(til(r-rdayntliuiiif. SaniiliiH
u-orlo fr irci'. A'IiIichn hunnox A Co.
Poi Hand, Maine.
NASBURG St, HIRST
Fuo.TSTiti;i:r, M.iisiiiii:U,, Oii.v.
ir,li-iii'uiitniitly , l,nMl J.
our laru'ii uuil (-uiiuiunli..,.
well HoliH'lcd HloeK of
onxilKhiK of the bent MnpliMiud funny
of nil kliulK, the choicest
A N I)
A I.!(I:hT0(-K 01
HATS mill I'Aps
HOOTS and SII0K8
lUMlHUUH and Oil, CI.T uxo
SI.Il'I'KRH tuul OII.CLo'l'i
UllorKHItY and UI.ASS
Cigars nnd Tobacco,
I'aliits, Oils ami Yainlshu,
Chulce Wines ami Liquors,
Tlimare ami Aniiuutiltloii.
CVTUillY. Wool) nd
WILLOW Y MiE, and
Oiire.Mensueshou canes aro iilhd
wish the finest
MILLINERY ANDJANCY GOODS.
PRICKS TO SUIT TUB TIMKS.
V II ll ,.L i . . .
77. . """ I'lirciiaseo at- our
.-noro will ne (lelneied free ol eharu
at any ihiiiU
tho ruiito of tho
rumo 01 llio
, . r
4'4'S HAIIIIIUtSIIOI, '
i n rito.NT or tiii: i-kntiiai. iioti:i
If you want an ey hav?,
As good um burlier ever gu ,
Just call n inu nt my saloon.
From morn 'till night or himy noon;
.My rasorn sharp, my scissors keen,
My shop is neat ami lowels clean ;
And there I think that you will (Ind
Knch article to suit theiiiiml ;
I trim the hair with skill fur gents,
Of course the price is llfty cents ;
SliiiiiiHNiing. too. I do that ,el,
(iiwmea trial, (hut will tell ,
So help me graeiotis if 1 make von hol
ler, You need not pay a quarter of a dollar.
J V. Cov.Propr.
P. S. Hut and cold Imi lis ulwas ready
COOS II A V
CllSbMMtY OS HANI)
Mattrenxrit ,0 lletlnteatls.
Chairs .1' I.nanie.i.
CritiH ,t Cradles,
PICTl-'RKS, PRAMRS. MOtri.DINGS,
TARI.RS, MIRIiORS A.
'on II 1 1 il K imiii III I'll I'll It il ro
Made to Order
COI'FIXS made at shorte-d notice.
Attac-iimknth, Nkkih.pm iVf.
The New Market.
ROSS A TIMMFRMAN
Would announce to thu iiiihlio
their new market
OPPO.SITK Till; CKNTRAI. II0TKI
.M.I. KIMIH or
ri:fk pork a Mi:.TSof am. kinds
p n o v i s i o ns"a nd v egetables.
VESSELS owl LOddLSU CAMPS
Ry-I'RICKfi DOWN TO TIIK RKIJ3
Jl'HT RKC'KI VFO RV8TAMKRI
AT REDUCED RATES, BV
I). Mor'H Kmpiio City.
r. (i. VISBSTRJir
Auil I.eulliri' rimlliiKN.
iMAiiiiii u.in, 0.
THAVK T.ATKJY RKT17RN'KI
J from Han Fnincinoo with a com
ilcto Htoek of every tlniii; in my line
ready nimlo houtn and hIioch, etu.
DST MATERIAL NLY USED.
FARM FOR SALE, '
A Ml ALL FARM HITI7ATKI ON
i the hank of tlio Cnquillu River
conlainiiiK tM aeicx
RICH BOTTOM LAND,
Willi IIodho and Oroliard. Oan ha
Reiilml at a ReaHoiiahleRato.
For parllonlai-H amtly to
Hmplio Oity, OidKon.