The Coast mail. (Marshfield, Or.) 187?-1902, April 24, 1880, Image 2

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    Tho dotxki Mail.
ATUKDAY,
- AMIL 2, 1860.
XEPUILICAN TrCKET,
COOl COUMtV, OMOO!(,
FOR JOINT BKNATOtt,
B. B. JOtfES,
ron MKrhKCEKTATlTK,
WILLIAM MO BRAS.
B;. 0. DEMEN.T.
ron.coorrv clem;,
ALEX. StfAUFF.
roR co. couursRtoxciut,
A. PER8HDAKEK,
H, Wt IIOLVERSTOTT.
ron TitKARunKit,
FRED,, SCHETTER.
roll ASftEAPOn,
DANIEL GILES.
fOR RCIIOOL BUrrtllKTKXDEXT,
A. B. CAMP.
Mil COUNTY RURYEYOR,
S. B. CA.THCART.
FOR COROXKR,
LOUIS F. MUNROE.
The TBrirqamloa.
Tho thirteenth article of tho Demo
cratic platform, adopted nt tho ltc
Albany convention, rends thus :
"That wo are opposed to any and
all protective tariffs, and aro in" favor
of a tan ft" for rovenuo only, and we
plodco tho Democratic party to abol
uh all restrictions upon commerce as
toon as practicable."
It is well for our people before de
ciding for whom to cast their balloU
at tho coming election, to consider
the purport of that resolution. It is
tho avowed policy of that party, as
laid down here, to do away with all
duties upon imports as soon as pract
icable, which will be as soon as they
have the power to do so. Let us see
what would be the effect of such an
action upon the business interests of
Coos county.
We now hive aduty of seventy-five
cents per ton upon all bituminous
coai mai is imported. Tins auoras a
considerable revenue to the Govern
ment, besides preventing foreign coal
being brought into our ports in quan
tities that would drive our American
coal out of tho market, and by this
means our mines arc barely ablo to
run and pay living wages to workmen.
The Democrats propose to remove
this tariff, which would have the im
mediate effect to reduce the price of
coal in San Francisco and the east
ern porta seventy-five cents per ton.
Such a reduction would shut down
all our coal mines and stock the Am
erican markets with foreign coal.
Not a mine on the Pacific coast could
afford to run in open competition
with foreign coal. Our coal mines
constitute a leading industry and
source of revenue in
shut them down by
rn an equality with
Coos county;
placing them
foreign coal,
business here
and every branch of
would be ruined
estate generally,
Farms, and real
would be worth
comparatively nothing; no steam
era would enter our harbor, and
only occasionally a schooner with a
cargo of lumber would preservo the
appearance of commerce in southern
Oregon.
Both this county and Curry have
mines of coal of good quality which
are likely to bo developed in a few
years, which will add much to the
wealth and commerce of this portion
of the coast ; but the success of this
Democratic doctrine would lay a per
petual embargo on all enterprises de
pending upon tho coal trade for sup
port. With the destruction of our
coal commerce, shipbuilding here
would cease, as there are vessels
enough already partly owned those
interested in tho lumber businesa-here
to do the carrying of lumber. There
is no possible calamity that would be
fall theso two counties that would be
so great a blight upon their prosperity
u tho success of this doctrine, to
which every Democratic candidate is
pledged. The tariff should be main
tained only for purposes of revenuo,
but St nhould be laid on such articles
as will afford tho greatest protection
and benefit to us.
We ake informed that Lane is usc
ing tho argument in his own favor,
that Mr. Dement is not qualified for
tho duties of sheriff. Now, Mr. Lanoi
and his friends have struck the
wrong trail. His truo that Dement
was not educated at a Government in
stitution but ho is amply qualified in
au educational point of view, and in
those most important qualities, stabili
ty of character, financial responsibili
ty and an unlarnfshcd record, hols as
much ahond as ho will be in rotes on
ejection- day".
TllK Kllcnsburg correspondent (?)
who U trying to get up a " boom " on
behalf of the Democratic ticket, says
Mr. 8cott, who is nominated for Rep
resentative by tho Republicans, was
expecting to loavo, for California or
Arizona. That was exactly the con
dition of tho Damocratio candidate
for Joint Benutw, and ho doseiv't
think it hurts bin any as a candidate.
Ho 1ms decided to pontnomi that step
bow till after tho elootioii
.... . , .... -.i...i s.. vnw
voX'rsi;:.;:..;..
jjJixQ5S
... .,... "-.-.f-Ji... lit, 'MeiMeir'ttil
It is common for a clusa of politi
cians to rcBort to nny species of
humbugging And false reprcscntn-
iron to secure the votes of men of
little intelligence, but it was n Piir
priso to sec in tho columns of the
News of Insl week, nn article in fa
vor of the enactment of n lnw for
bidding the payment of anything
but money for wagos, and provid
ing that an existing debt cannot bo
tlLVL?J-. n-..ii. - . f
picnucu ns an cucci to a Claim lor
wages. Under tho proposed new
system which Siglin thinks of inaug
urating for the benefit of his constitu
ents, a laboring man, a lawyer, doc
tor "or any other man" can run nn
account for goods atone of our bus
iness establishments while he is at
work for wages, and when he gets
through, collect pay for his work in
cash, the store bill not being allowed
to be deducted. It appears to bo a
hobby that Mr. Siglin has mounted
with the hope of imposing upon a
few voters and getting support
enough to elect him. But he under
estimates tho intelligence of the la
boring men of Coos county, when
he holds out to them such an
inducement We have a law
already that compels the pay
ment of all debts to be made in mon
ey, unless the person to whom it is
due chooses to accept some of other
commodity instead of money. But
to say that when J. M. Siglin is in
debted to A. Nasburg in the sum of
$100 dollars, and ho does work for
Mr. Nasburg to tho amount of $50
he (Siglin) shall be paid that $50
in cash, is an absurdity on its face.
It docs Kearney an injustice to call
it Kearneyism, for there is not a
hoodlum in San Francisco who will
advocate so ridiculous a proposition.
But he goes further and asserts
that such a law is in force in several
of the states. It is not true that
such a law is in force in any state,
nor in any civilized country of the
world. If such a law is in force,
out that law Mr. Siglin, publish it,
and pledge yourself to urge the pas
sage of such a law, and you will be
triumphantly elected.
Another Prop Gone.
Mr. Siglin has lately been basing
his hopes of election on the possibil
itj of working up a little dissatisfac
tion in Curry county, because Coos
did not give them the nomination of
the Joint Senator, and it has
been the leading feature of his con
versation in the saloons and on the
streets, as well as in the columns of
his paper, ever since the convention.
But that feeble hope is now gone, and
with it the " last chance " for Mr. Sig
lin. We arc in receipt of a letter
from an officer of the Curry County
Convention, which says :
In our County Convention held
at Ellensburg on the 10th of this
month we nominated Rawley Scott
for Joint Senator, provided Coos
county concedes to us that right. But
it was understood in Convention that
if it was not entirely satisfactory to
the Republicans of Coos, that Mr.
Scott was to run for Joint Represen
tative. We want no dissatisfaction
and are perfectly satisfied which ever
way Coos may decide.
The people of Curry county would
probably have had the Joint Senator
if the Democrats had been willing to
grant it, but Mr Siglin wanted Coos
to have it, and he got the nomination;
that made it advisable for the Re
publicans to pursue a similar course.
It is probable that in the future Mr.
Siglin will bo willing to let Curry
make the nominations, so far as his
own aspirations arc concerned.
They Hold to the Conntltntloa !
The tenth resolution of thcDcmo-
cratic platform says : "That we
hold to the constitution with all its
amendments in consonance with the
spirit of the original instrument"
Just what kind of a hold the party
has on the constitution, we aro left
infer, but there are some things that
would indicate that it was intended
to be an under hold. We had sup
posed that a proper construction of
the amendments to the constitution
would be in the spirit of its adoption
rather.than the spirit of the original
instrument ; else why, the necessary
for the amendments. But tho
vagueness of this resolution is only
in keeping with all tho remaining
planks in this so-called platform.
Statesman.
They held to the Constitution, the
laws and the Union, from 18G0 to
18G5 in the vain effort to annihilate
them altogether. After they wore
compelled to submit, they discarded
tho amendments, but held to the
original instrument, and now they
say they hold to the Constitution
with all tho amendments. They
aro depending on their consistent
record this year for succoss. Let
them bavo success according to
their consistency.
Capl. Holies of the steamer Geo, W,
Elder has gone East to bring out tho
nmv fcteamcr Columbia, ana onpi.
'.. ..-
i.xwMfyjm4-f t'-t,
niitl atiint Oemoerntlc
MUtcmvr.
Tho ltcpubKcnn party has given
lands to corponiUonj, sufficient to
make nine States ns largo ns Indiana
Is it any wonder that canilnl i lin.
publican and that labor is uomooratic?
Eneh sees its own interest,- iYrtw.
It has only been a few years since
Oregon's Democratic Congressman
was trying to give nwny to blra'ed
capitalists 1M.000 nercs more of tho
public hind, in tho shape of scrip thnt
could hnvo been located in nny pnrt
of tho Stntc, and from which the
country could hnvo derived no possi
ble benefit Nnv our Democratic
Senator, Slater, is trying to pass a
bill to pay to a railroad company, out
of tho Government Treasury $1 per
acre for " nil lands hereafter disposed
of by tho Government in even sec
tions within tho trnct bounded cast
and north by the Willamette and Co
lumbia rivers, west by tho Pacific
ocean, and sputh by tho base lino past
ing through Portland." Neither of
these have been rebuked by tho Dem
ocracy. Is it any wonder that a par
ty claiming to bo opposed to land
grants and subsidies, and yet guilty of
such glaring inconsistency, is every
where losing ground among tho peo
ple ? '
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Lanp Orricr, Rosem.t.0, On., Apr 14, 1SS0
Notice is hereby given that tho following
named settler has hied notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and secure final entry thereof at the
expiration of thirty days from the date of
this notice, viz: Joseph Knoa, homestead
application No. IMGO, for lots 1, 2, D, 10
and N of NWM section o, T 41 S, It 13
w and names the following as his witnesses,
vii: John Cresswell, Wm Kirk, A F Mil
lcr and A II Coolev all of Chetco. Currv
county, before tho Judge or Clerk of the
court of Cum county, on tho 9th day of
Juno 1SS0.
17 Wm. F. BnKJAMi.v, Register.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Lujd Office, Kosebvro On. Apr lt, 1SS0
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof m support of hu claim,
and secure final entry thereof viz: Daniel
B Coolev, homestead application No31Sl5 for
tho S of NE1-4, NE1-4 of SE1-4, NWM of
NE1-4, section 33 T 40 S, U 13 w, ard
names the following as his witnesses viz:
Ilenry Smith, Joseph Enoa, William Kir
and J M Moore all of Chetco Currv county.
Oregon, before tbe Judge or Clerk of the
Court of Curry county Or, on the 0th dav
of June 1SS0.
17 Wm. F. Benjamin, Registo
NOTICE OF FINAL PliOOF.
Land Office, Kosebcro, Or.,
April 3. 1SS0,
Notice is hereby civon that tho following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to mike final proof in support of his
claim and secure final entry thereof at the
expiration of thirty days from the date of
this notice, viz: James II. i-ititt, homestead
application No. for the E of SE1-4,
section 34, T40, SR 13 w. NWM of NV
M, section 2, and NE1-4 of NEM section
3, T 41, SR 13 w, and names tho following
as his witnesses, viz: John D. Cooley, Dan
iel B. Coohe, D. II. Palmer, and H. L.
Johns, all of Chetcoe, Curry coun.y Oregon,
on the 17th day of May 18S0, before judge
or clerk of the court of Curry county, Or.
15 Wm. F, Be.vj.vmin, Register.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Lane Office at
RosEBtjno, OnrcoN, March 29. 1SS0.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and secure final entry thereof at the
expiration of thirty days from date of this
notice, viz : Henry L. Johns, preemption
declaratory statement. No. 3210, for. the
WJ of SEj, SWi of NEM and SE1-4 of
NWM, sec 35, T 41 SR 13 nest, and
names the following as his witnesses, viz;
T. J. Stitt, J. F. Marrs, J. II. Stitt, and
J. M. Moore all of Chetco, Curry county,
Oregon, on tho 17th day of May, 1850, at
tho United States Land Ofiice at Roseburg,
Oregon.
14 Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
SUMMONS.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the county of Curry.
Mary O. Chase vs. V. A. Chase,
The Port Orford Cedar Co., Uernhard
KerchofTand Phillip Fisher.
Suit in equity to foreclose a mort
E3Ke. mO W. A. CHASE. THE PORT OR
I ford Cedar Company, Uernhard
KerchofT and Philip Fisher, defend
ants. In tho name of the State of
Oregon you are herehy required to ap
pear and answer the eomplainton file
in the ahove entitled court and cause,
on orhefore the first day of the next
regular term of said Court, viz : MON
DAY, THE 7TII DAY OF JUNE, A.
D. 1SS0. And you aro herehy notified
that if you fail to answer said com
plaint the plaintiff will take a decree
against you for tho relief in said com
plaint demanded, tivit: For tho
foreclosure of a certain mortgage exe
cuted hy A. W. Chacon the 2d day
of June, 1873, in favor of Mary O.
Chase, for the sale of tho property in
said mortgage described, to satisfy the
claim of the plaintiff" and for further
relief.
This summons is published hy or
der of Hon. J. P. Watson, dated March
4th, 18fe0, G. Wi:isTKit,
11-Ct Atty. for Plain tin".
THE
PIONEEB MARKETS,
Marbiifikmj a Kni-mn City.
II. P. W'lIITNIvY, Pitoi'innxon.
A good supply of
MUTTON. - CANNED
mkef, mm
GOOCS,
PORK, KTC
KTC, KTC.
and all kinds of
dVEGETABLEs
ALTMEATSam
constantly cm hand. Alw a
good stock of
onioouiiiJflja.
V E S S K 1. S
LOGGING"" CAMPS
SUPPLIED AT HI10UT XOTWli
IvUl
,..,r, 1rm " - T "-...l..MtoW!..B .gggg-ag
wweaaiiiw winwnwwumi mm
BAY VIEW BREWERY,
Win. ReichertyPr opri c tor
Keeps constantly on hand, and odors for sale a superior article of
LAGER BEER, ALE AND PORTER,
WHOLESALE and RUT AIL.
mvhaius sui plied iviTimiii choicest iiraxds ov
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
BRANCH SAt.CONAT EMl'lKE CITY.
rp-pq p-i
LOGKHART HOTEL,
Airs. Jv. M. r.ocklittrt Proprietress
.r.Mr-iitK City, Octx.
.-u.YitMirir.i.n
Drug Store,
DH. C. 11. GOLDEN, Pisorn.
Opposite Xasbni'fi's Store.
II A V K C 0 X STAN T L Y OX II A X 1)
AM. SOHTS OK
:d:r,tt3-s
-AND-
CHEMICALS
V winks voh &
MEDICINAL PURPOSES,
x -sran - a t tr ip ar1 ,
rxiussxis,
sfox&sib.
roxxiaT-a.n.Ti-
oxiXib, x'wzi.x'UMxixi.v,
statxonbixy , and
8CHOUXJ UOOHH,
ALSO C1101CK
CIGARS andTOBAOCO.
and everything iiually kept in a
MEDICAL DISI'KNSAIIY.
T 'inscriptions .irefulty Com
poumled.
Al-3-tf
e. a. andersok
.- iui
in J!sLVc 2A. Hours.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
MARSHFIELD, OR.
HA.
AULING DONE AT SHOUT NO
ice nnilnt verv rensonahlo rates
coal and wood constantly on hand
THE
CENTRAL HOTEL.
Cor. A and Front Sts.,MAnsm-iF.i.n,Oii.
-I r-AVING TAKEN CHARGE OF
L the above named house, we can
promise to our patrons,
rirMt-clnnM I'nrr, I'nir Ifiilln
And courteous attention.
B-A TRIAL IS SOLICITKD.ar
OUJtJtAJt
Is w 11 supplied in its line, and is under
our personal management.
WERDEN BROS,
Proprietors
B00T& SHOE MAKER
Marsiifieu), Og.v.
WIIiIiDOAliIiKIITDS
OF
qttstoim: -vstoik
in a tnorougn manner anu uso
only tho
BEST MATERIAL.
o
KSy-Shopon Front Street, opposite the
Pionci - Uarkct. -tf
I. O. O. 2".
ANNIVERSARY BALL
AT
NORMAN'S HALL,
MARSHFIELD.
Monday Kvksino, Avmu 2Cth, 18H.
FLOOR MANAGERS.
A. Nabhi'ho, T. G Owen, A..STAITF,
C. W. TowF.it, O. E. Smith, O.
Ralston, T. Hirbt, and
Wm. Uiudi.kv.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGE
MENTS. A. LojutEK, John Kknyon, F. Wijjihek
T. Hiicst, K. A. A.vn-ntso.v.
TICKETS
$1 00.
Tho undorsignod will prepare an
oyfclcr biippor in-Jho lurgo dining
room fulioiniriL' tho hall : hIko a
luncheon of hot enfluo for those pre
ferring it. Oyster suppor per plate.
oO contfi. Oharoo for luiiulicon will
Ixunado fcr irnly what ib lakon.
J. H.. Waltkiw.
Good 75rS77
Horses ( Rv!C7i7v ')
COOS IB.AY-
MARKET ,
m vuiisiiriKLn, uuKun.v,
W. It. Simpson a D. Holland
Proprietors.
MEATS
nml pro iiions of nil kinds
sold nt lhi Inn est
living rnUs
nml
I)i:niri:iii:i at nny point doHirwl
ron
VESSELS.
LOGGING CAMTS
AND FAMILIES,
ALWAYSREADY,
CafWo koo nothing hut thohcst-C?J
nml insure tntisfuction.
Ia- 1-tf
I SUM n week in vnttr nun town. Tonus
ami $5 froo Address II 11 i.u:tt A Co.
Portland. Maine
EUGENE O'GONNELL
nr.Ai.Kn in
STOVES & RANGES,
I ntet Improved
! Hardware Jools,
-AM-
I mpl emen t s.
, GUNS- "S "E0L8 flND
HiumumnuN.
LAMPS &o OILS.
WOOD A WII.LOWWARE.
Stcain.Walt-r Pipe ami I ittuiKs.Ciran-
1 ite ami Plated Wares.
MlNlFACTl'IlKHS OF
TIN, COPPER &SHEETIRONWARE.
.IOII IVOltK
K.i:cuti:d with Dispatch.
3TEXTRAS for Stoves, Plows
Mowers mid Reapers furnished
at short notice.
AMIINISTRATOR'S SALL'.
n- virtuo of an order of tho County Court
of Curry county Oregon, in prohato, made
on tho 8th day of April ISSO, ihrectine the
sale of the real rotate of tlio estate of Mich
ael Fox ileceasi-d, hereinafter described, I
v. ill oiler for sale at puMic auction to the
highest bidder for cash in hand, tho north
west ouarter of tho northeast quarter, west
half of w est half of northwest quarter of
southeast quarter, and lots ono two thrco
and four of section eight, township thirtyflvo
south, of range fourteen west. Also all tho
right title nml interest of tho oatata of Kaid
Michael Pox to tho following described ad.
joining property tow it: Commencing at a
point on tho north lino of tho southwest
quarter of section eight aforesaid, due north
of a pino trco 10 inches in dianiLtc-r and
marked W, thence south to the north bank
of Uca creek, thoneo easterly up said creek
to tho first bend; thence south to tho south
lino of said forty aero tract; thenco west to
the south w est corner of said forty und thenco
cast to tho placo of beginning.
Tho ahove mentioned sale ill tako placo
at the courthouse door in KIlciiHburg ( urry
county Oregon, on thoTWKNTIKTfl DAY
OK MAY lbM), between tho hours of 1
o'clock m and 'J o'clock p in of said day.
Dated April 10th, 1880
WMTICHR.N'OR,
1G Administrator estate of Michael Fox-
HIGHEST HONORS;
una
Centennial World's Fair,, 18761
rn
SHOKINGER OR0ANS
raoaovnoxs Vfirtuovax u tb
BEST INSTRUMENTS.
dclroompsrsllTS eiesllsnosls roocnltd by
& Juilge la their Uejiurt, Ituia walsa ta
following Is su xtrsel;
"Th. U. BIIONI.VGKII onOAlf CO.'S
iklblt as (lie best Instruments tt t
prlo rendering them posilble to Urgs cits
sf porcuiseri. Laving a oomMntUon ol Iteeds
sad Dells, producing norel and ploulsg ctTscls.
eonUlnlug mnr deslrstls lmprottmenls, will
sUnd longer In dry or dtmp clime t, lees llsbla
lo get oat of order, til tte bosrds being taede
Ihree-ply.tmt together so It is lapoielble for
them to elltier enrlak, swell or split." TIIH
ONLY UllUAAS AWAUUlSO TIIIU
HANK.
This Uedst sndAwsrdwu granted sfUrths
taoet sever competition of the beet inekers,
bsfoe one of tbe most competent Juries
ter auemblsd.
Mew Styles and prices Jnst lisned, which art
la aoeordance with our rule, the UKHT OU
CIAN lor lb least uiouey.
W ar prepared to appoint a few nw Agents.
Illaitreted Catalogues walled, poet-paid, oa
ppUoatlon to
B, SHONINGER ORGAN CO.,
07 U 18S CHE8TRDT 8TUKT, ',
. . Nrw HiTM. Cow.
HIT S 1 N E S S 0 A U I) s.
T.0, aiACKMY.M.l).
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
.Emimiu; City, Oiikoon,
C. Ih IIOLDEN.M.I).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Maksiiiiku), Onnnox.
C. W'.TOWKMt. D.
PHYSIGIAN&SURGEON
MAimtiriui.i), Onnuo.v.
W. C. ANUEL.M. I).
PHYSICIAN an.) SUflGEON
Votiuille City, Oft.
S. 11. HaZAUD, .1. W. II.IMII.'IOS'
HAZAim fc HAMILTON,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Will practice in tho vuiious com In
of tllOHtlltO.
orrin: at i:.Mrnti: citv, Otis.
or. avl. sia-Linsr.
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
MAKStiriKl.n.OUECON'.
(i. WEnSTKIt,
AHORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
M vusnnni i, Oiikiion.
HENRY SENGSTACKEN,
XOT.HIVITIIIilC&CO.WFiYAXCEII,
r.jii'iui: city, o(ix.
C'ollot'tioni nml other hiihinom placed
in inv hniiilH, will receive iruiiit ntten
lion. vl-It-tf
V. I. Will GUT,
IT. S. Mlneriil anil U. $. Deputy
S U R V E YOU,
Cogiiiu.u City, Oon.
Will uttond to the l)iixiiierH if mirvey ing
in nny part of the county
l'criect m:iwof till Hit'neyed hinds, fur
niidu'dul nhort notice.
i:. i. (i it i ni it oi,
ATTORNEY m COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
aniwTi'ixvin oityi onmooN
A ch:irt puhhc pntruiiiiKe in roitpeet
fllll V Kli ii.
1 itftl
H7'J n week. $1' u day lit home oni
Iv iniiih'. Ciwtly outfit "fri'e. Aildrc.i
'fni'i: A Co. .ugu.Mtn, Mnitie.
Eqnal (o Any. Excellefl liy None.
xirjc
Taylor & Farley '
CABINET ORGAN,
aiaunfaclnrvd nl Worccetcr, .Tlnee.
IH UnrrZUZXTZ of .ny value mer U found
U theM irutrtimentt, and they contain meajr
aSCNTIAL IMPROVKMINT8
USX RS7KS la ether Orcant.
Aiming to protluoo work whloh ehnll b
Ournbla, we will not anorlfloo thnt which
la not seen, nncl yet la vital to n perfect
Oruun, in order to muko a inoro fonoy
xttrlor.
We ere ttill cnaLIed to pre tenl i
Stjllsh nml Approprlnto Casoi
ai ran be found In tho millet, iih a finish whieli Ii
III HUIl by any.
AS RKQARDO TONS,
nea roixownio
Award with Medal & Diploma or Honor
WAS CHAMTID DV TllK
CIHTZNNIAL EXHIBITION COMMISSIONEnS:
" rr Jtuiratr la Weiteueiale, FiriDui. rt'MTI ii
BMUUKI Or 10IE, Mirormll; la Neir to4 Ctecrel
ittlltf la Betaeilial If flUttu Ui til eireewi Utcttel"
Do not fell to mike application and
BZAKZNE THEHli INBTRUMENTO
rhte I'uichiilnf,
Catalocuei fice, en application to the
Taylor & Farley Organ Co.
WOnOESTER, MASS.
$.7 lo (do jierday at home. HampleH
worto $5 free. AddrenH Ktinkox t Co.
Portland, Maitie.
E. B. DEAN St, CO.
K. U.DKAN, .J.WILIX'OX
AM)
C. II. AIKHCIIANT.
Wi: havi: Ai.wavh o.v Hand a Fum.
AKsortuii'iit Of
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE.
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE
LUMBER
MANUFACTUUKI) TO OIIDRK
And
SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED,
mid nt tho
THE LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
BrBBLHeLBBW
NASBURG & HIRST,
I'noNT Stiii:i:t, MAitiinr.i.i), Ou.v.
NKW (1O0DH nvTiVKUYHTRAM.
erj Lcoitcoiwluiitly on luuid in
tuir liu-Ro niitl uauiiiuHliotia otorc. 11
ivull Kclccletl htocK t.f '"
RFNFRAI MPtinUAtMnicc
u ...- ,.,uuni,uivik
C(tiaftHiiK of (ho bi'l Htnplo nml fniioy
JDttlT O-OODS,
of nil KintlM, tho vIiuIuvhI
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS.
a i,.u:ur. KHK k or
CM.OTIIINd,
JIATHniiiH'AI'M,
MOOTS nml SIIOKS,
RUHHKUK Hinioile (MiOTllNO
SLII'IMCRS mid OILCLOTH
CROCKERY and (JLAHS
WARE.IIAUDWAUE
iiiul TOOLS,
Cigars and Tobacco,
I'nlnls, 0IN mid VniiiUluii,
Choice Wines mid l.lipioi-M,
'I'linuiie mid Amuiuiilllon.
CUTUillV, WOW) ami
'II.I.Ol'-)lHK.nnd
Scn.ool H3oolv:s
AMI
STATIONERY
icuxiivxniriivo. ooodbj,
vxvx3 aroiiiiii.-v
Our oxtonmvo show cbhoh nre flllctl
Will tllOlllH'Mt
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
PRICES TO SPIT THE TIMES.
N. H. All h'ioiN piirchimed nt our
Store will he delivered frco ol alinri(u
tit nny point mi the rottto of tho
toniner .l j t tie. vl-l-tf
vox's u.vi(iti:it sui
i v ntoNT or tiii: ccntiiai. iiotki
MiirxliliehUOKii If you wiint iineiiNy shiive,
An j:ood iim hurher evcrfciive,
.lust call on tne nt in v nnlooii,
I'roin morn 'till night or buay noon;
My rii7nri'Khurp, my ncifitorH, keen,
My tihop i a nent mid towels elenn ;
And there 1 think thill urn will llnil
I'hieh article to unit the mind ;
I trim the hnir with xkill for pint",
Of courir the prti e 11 lift) cents ;
ShiiuipootiiK. ". 1 do that well,
(live men trial, thnt will tell ;
So help mt Knirioiis if I innke you hol
ler, You need not pin a uurterof n dollar.
J W rox.Tropr.
1'. S Hot und cold hat hs nlwitVM ready
IMMfl
COOS HAY
FURNITURE
STORE,
I'ONrfTASn Y ON HANI)
1 .yrattrrsirii .0 lletlstroits,
Chairs til Ltnutaes,
Crib lv i'lUulleH,
rirrritr.s, i-kami:s, mouldings,
TAIM.KS, MlltltOICS Ac.
'ii nllna-i'ooto I'll nil I urn
Mndo to Order
f'OmyS mndo nt tdortent notice.
SEWING MACHINES
Attaciimi:xt, Ni:i:i)i,i:.i itc.
F .MAUIC,
lvltf 1'ltOI'ltIl.TOK.
FAMILY
Meat Market
HOSS ,'. TIM Mint MAN
Would nntiottnro to tho jiuhlio thnt
their new market
01'rO.SITK TllK CKNTKAI. 1IUTEL
ih .vow oi'i:.si:i)
ANDTIIKYAItKI'Uni'AUKDtoHKM.
ALL KIMIH 01'
HKKF I'OHIv A M i:.TS of Al.l. KINDS
A I NO
PROVISIONS AND VEGETABLES
VESSELS awl 1.000 1 NO CAMPS
srppunn
iwvuici:a down to tiii: iikdjei
r.o HOCK
NEW HOME
Sewing Machines
Jl'KT KKCKIVKI) MYSTAMEU!
FOIt HLK
AT REDUCED RATES, BY
IIK.NUVd I'LOEOKU,
I). Moice'ri Einjiiio Oily.
V. G. AVICB.STEJB,
di;ai.i:k i.v
aBooTs, Shoes
Ami I.eullier I'luilliiRw.
MAiiHiini:i.i), On.
THAVE LATELY KKTUUKEII
J from Hun FrnneiHcp with n com
pleto Htoik of every thing in my lino
ready ninth) hoolHiiiul hIioch, etc.
DST MATERIAL MY USED,
FARM FOR SALE.
A KMAIX FAHM HITUATKDON
J Hit- hunk of tho t'oqti illp HW
coiitiiiniiiK -H neifrt
RICH BOTTOM LAND,
Willi HtniHo und Orohiinl. Oun ho
Kented nl 11 ltuuaomiholli(v!.
For iinilii'iilurH njijtly in
I!KIIV aiixtn,APiI.V,
KiiijiIiu Oily, Ohikoii.
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