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the Coast Mail.
MAY 1, 1880.
XErUKICAK 8TATJB TICKET.
rorCongre M. 0. GEORGE.
t rrJ"d5eo(iho.SuPrcni0 Court
t'2WAL.D0 of Portland; W. r.
I0KD, of Salem, and E. M.WATSON,
ol Jacksonville '
iiE.?lre,,?enUl11 Elcotora GEO. n.
SVKt?1 Grant.; El L- APPLE
GATE,ofLano,ftndC. B. WATSON,
of Lake county.
J"lK? of 2d District J. P. WAT-
ovn, oi voBgiM county.
..r?JL,?rowculinB Attorney J. A
1 ANTES, of Benton county.
cooa COCKTV, OBROO.V.
ron joint scNATon,
B. B. JONES.
WILLIAM MOB HAS.
R. C. DEMENT.
roll COCNTY CLKItK,
roa CO. COMMISSIONERS,
H. W. HOLVERSTOTT.
FOR SCHOOL BUmUNTKITDKNT,
A. B. CAMP.
FOR COt'STT 8CRTEYOR,
S. B. CATHCART.
LOUIS F. MUX ROE.
5PUBUCAS TICKET..CCBKT (X.
Jommissioner C. JENSEN and
Jounty Olerk WALTER SUTTON
rreasurer M. C. GIBSON.
Sheriff WM. GAUNTLETT.
Assessor JOHN MILLER.
Coroner T. CUNNINGHAM.
A ! Steppage aLstw.
The editor of the Ketet, who is try
ing to work up & point that will help
him into office says this:
"A law putting an employer's store
on an equal footing with any other
tore would in a great measure remedy
the evil. For instance, I work in the
mill and have a month's wages due
me, in the mean time I trade in Na.v
burg's store to the amount of f 20, un
der the law as it now exists, Mr. Nas
burg can't stop my wages by attach
ment, or in any way, but if I buy the
Mine goods in the mill store, the em
ployer stops my pay. This discrim
ination is the foundation of the
'tore pay' system that haa grown up,
and the abolition of this distinction
by passing what they call in England
a 'stoppage no pay' law, or in other
words permittiug no60t-o(Tto wages,
would put all business upon an equal
footing, and this system would disap
pear, and a laborer would get his coin
when demanded, because the induce
ment to keep him out of it, in order
to have him take goods, would disap
pear. Money would get into general
circulation and a healthier state of
business would ensue. 'No orders,
no goods, but coin."
In a former issue he asserted that
such a law was in force in several of
the States, and we called upon him as
a lawyer to give the name of any State
or civilized country where such a law
exists. He now goes back on his for
mer assertion as to ' the existence of
auch a law in any of the States, but
says it is what they call in England a
"stoppage, no pay law." Why
does he not tell us what that law is,
and that he is in favor of its enact
ment in Oregon, and that he will work
for the passage of such a law ?
Tho doctrine of off set of debts was
adopted as the law of England early
in the reign of George II. and from
there was transmitted to the United
States, where it is to be found as a
part of our common law, as well as in
the code of ovcry State.
It will bo noticed that Mr. Siglin
Iocs not now assert that such a law
tists any where ; does not say he is
x favor of such an enactment, or
that he will try to secure the same in
Oregon. Why not? Simply because
there is nothing in it.
We again ask Mr. Siglin to publish
that law, tell us whore it is to be
found, and say to his constituents
whether he will support it or not.
If he is in favor of a law forbidding
the payment of work for goods, let
him so announce, or if he is in favor
of a law forbidding the receipt of
goods for wages, let him submit that
as his platform.
This wholo subject is now lelt with
the parties who make the contracts.
If a man who works does not want to
take goods, there is no power that can
comjel him to do so, and ho can col
lect his money. If ho is willing to
buy goods and pay for them, perhaps
it is as well to let him hnvo that priv
ilege. Every honest man who buys
roods expects to pay for them, either
in money or some other commodity
that will bo acceptable to tho party '
.5.'.- .:' ..r-..V tl-UJAj
from whom lie buys, and tlic samo
way with regard to wages. It some
limca happens that It is an accommo
dation to a laborer to have a chance
to get provisions for his family before
his wages arc due, ami in thnt case he
should have the privilege. Lot the
laboring men know, Mr. Siglin, what
law you propose to enact on this sub
Tho KrnnMtrnn Cnnallilnto.
Whilo the action of the late Re
publican Convention whs in some res
pectaa disappointment to the public
its work was in tho main well and ju
diciously tlone, and the candidates
elected will be acceptable to the peo
ple. M. C. George, the candidate for Con
gress is the best choice thnt could
have been made in the State. He is a
man who has resided lone and rrceiv
cd his education in the State.
not inherit distinction, but he was en
dowed by nature with that force of
character, which, coupled with habits
of sobriety and uprightness is the sure
key to success. Ho is a lawyer of
high standing and honorable reputa
tion, and as State Senator for the past
four years has done more to shape the '
legislation of tho State than any '
other man. As a speaker, ho is the
equal of any man in the State, far the
superior of his opponent, and his elec
tion to Congress will be a favorable
change in our representation.
The action of the convention in the J
choice of judges for tho Supreme!
bench, docs not meet the expectations
of the people, but no one claims that
the persons nominated are not law-!
vers of good ability and of undoubted
integrity. They arc doubtless men
in every respect worthy of the honor,
but the defeat of Judge Roife, in favor
of men of comparatively little expci-.
ience, cannot be commended. These !
men, however, are free from any sus-'
picion of belonging to any clique or)
corporation, and may be expected to 1
make an independent, able, amlnip-,
right court. I
The gentlemen who are selected as '
Prcidontial Electors arc represent."!-1
tive men of the partv, and who are
capable of making an able canvass.
The platform is a correct enuncia
tor of the principles of the Republican
party, and it should unite and draw
to its support all who have acted in
co-operation with that party within
the past twenty years. Taken alto
gether, tho work of the convention is
a sure foundation for the success of
tho party it represents at tlic comm
The Democratic local paper here is
trying to get up a "labor boom" in
favor of the Democratic ticket in this
county. A labor boom should be led
by laboring men; or at least by men
who have some idea as to what man
ual labor is, from actual experience .
Let the laboring men glance down the
list of Democratic candidates from
the head to the candidates for Com
missioners, and see how many of these
men ever soiled their hands xvith
work. It looks like a desperate at
tempt to induce laboring men to help
them avoid labor.
Mr. Siglin wants to give the Demo
crats to understand that unless he
takes snuff they have no right to
sneeze, or in other words xx-hatex-er
the Republicans might be willing to j
concede to the people of Curry county
the Democrats of that county will get
no rights that Siglin sees fit to deny
them. They can nominate a Joint
Senator wh en Siglin promises it to
them, not before. If this suits the
people of Curry county, no one elic
has a right to complain about it.
Evekv man on Coos Bay who is se
cretly opposed to improving the
mouth of the Coquille rixer will vote
the Republican ticket. .Yet.
The above is a specimen of the sill)
baits thrown out to catch votes on
the Coquille. "We did not fcuppose
there xvas any one "secretly oppoeed
to improving the mouth of the Co-,
quille," and there is certainly no one,
more likely to he bo than the Demo'
cratic candidate for the State Senate,
Again in the last issue of the News
sayi its publisher "arc neither office
seekers nor office holders." It is a
puzzle to Siglin's friends how he ex
pects to make votes by keeping that
announcement before the readers of
tho paper. He does not expect to
make votes by it, hut xvhen the voles
are counted and Siglin is defeated, he
can say " I told you all the time I was
not an office seeker "
Marion county Democrats are in
favor of reducing the income of
clerks and sheriffs to a sum not ex
ceeding 2o00 per annum, and want
the next legislature to pass a laxv pro
viding for the location of the insane
asylum at tho peat of government,
in accordance xvith the Constitution
of the State.
Some boys while cruising ia tho
xvoods near North Seattle the other
day, came across xvhat appeared to ho
a boulder of peculiar formation. Up
on examination they concluded to pro
euro a wheelbarrow and trundlo it out
to Pike street. Thoso who have ex
amined it closely declare it to bo a
solidified mass of clam and oysKr
shells. Tho question is, how camo
Jly virtue of an excoulintt Issued out of
the Cirvuit Court of the State, of Oregon I
for the county oi v. urry, on tlio Ultli uav
of March, ISM), in faxornf dohu lluntle'x
phiintiir, and against Will lttmtlov. do-1
lendant, for the mm of Fixe Thousand I
Nine Hundred and Fourteen Dollars and 1
costs taxed at Nine and IVVIOO dollars, to '
me directed and delivered, commanding
nie that of the personal property, and if
Milllcieut personal lwperty w not found,
I then out of the realnronertvof said do
fendant, 1 cause to be made the saidsum
of Wlt-lOO and costs taxed at $1) W and
accruing eota, I have levied upon the
following described real propertv belong
ing to said defendant, to-xxit:" Lots II
and -4, and an uudixided one half inter
est in lots I and 'J of section 1,T. 8rt, S, K
15 xv., and lots I and 2 of section ttfl, T.
:, S. of It to xv.. and the N. and N
of SVi4 of section ;U, T. ;, S, MM xx .,
in Curry count v. Oregon.
Audi xx ill, on the SMTH DAY OF
MAY, 1S0, at the hour of one o'clock in
the afternoon of said day at the court
houe door in Kllensln'uv. sell all the
riuht title and interest of said defendant i
ltn .k.i 'hi and to said propertv, or so much there
ate out i . ...... , .. , . , , . , . ... i
i 4i inn, ov uvi v?tui , w mi ii in' mm oil
the oth day of March 1S0. to satisfy said j
execution and acrruiuiti-osts.
Dated at Kllkxsiu ko. April tub. ISSO.
A 11 MOOKF..
lrt-4v Sheriff Curry Co., Or.
Fever and Acne.
The true antidote to the effects of mi
asma, is Ilo.-tettcr's Stomach Hitters.
This medicine is one of the most jnipulnr
remedies of an age of successful proprie
tary specific;), and is in immenee demand
wherever on this continent fever and
ague exists. A xx ineglassful three times
a day is the best possible preparative for
encountering a malarious atmosphere,
regulating the liver and invigorating the
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
generally. " l'-G-ly
next dook to mail office.
LOUIS MUXliOK, rroprlclor.
FULL STOCK OF
Drugs & Medicines,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
BEST llliAXl) OF CIGAJtS
S3? Prescriptions Carefully Com
po undedby Competentl'hysician.
OOOKINO OS HEATING
New Excelsior Oil Stove.
Jul the Tiling fur Light Ho-kciliif.
It will Drofl. Rout, tvl i:lto Utt-r than Col nr i
WoulStoTi. Send for CirtuUn. AttMS WAMKU. ;
COLEMAIT GAS APPARATUS AND i
Tl Miiirr br, - I'Mirxoo, Itu '
Th Great I
LtCiiraf-rIMrr.l, Iwlltiwilcn, )!l!iui
Ur.rCp'-uim'.T.r dAy., C.0.fl
IMtifT tirl U ruinfUlnU
of ijt'-iuc'i, lAitrs. ri'Icrn
' "- .-. ,-
, ' '.', '2,J -""
Su lTti V. I'- fur ItiHi.
w-t '1 fur f jt tn, "1- lift
Inrf tli ALu.J'jU Cur
Dr j$7?Pm.,ri Mri. .
S-f "'Sta tL.
- I lt. a.titf Inn 1 1 la r-n lafnir In t.M J m1f f.t Inavf L
Address, FISJIKIl MEDICATED DELT CO.
232 Illinois St., Chicago.
FARM FOR SALE
1 If! ACHES OF CHOICE LAND
J UU t the mouth of Willanch
slough, near North IJend and Marsh
field. Good house and out buildings.
Adapted for dairying or general farm
ing. Good young orchard. One of
the best farms in Cooa county. Tho
place, xxith stock and implements, xvill
be sold very cheap.
j&gy-Kor further particulars apply at
theoffico of the Coast Mail. fitf
Tlie Coast Mail.
KVUHV SATCHDAV MOH.VIXG
WEBSTER, HACKER &
Maridifleld, Coon Co,
Six inonths -Throo
OFFICIAL lUl'KH OP COOS CO.
Mrt. Ii. AT. lAtvliUurt J'foprlctrcnH
liMimi'. City, Oo:.-,
BAY VIEW BREWERY,
Win. Reichcrf Proprietor
Keeps constantly on luuul, ami oilers for snlo a superior m ticlo of
LAGER BEER, ALE AND PORTER,
WHOLESALE am RETAIL.
mvhai: is sui plied witiithe choicest iiiiax ds ok -
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
RKAXC11 SALf ONAT F.MHUE CITY.
DR. C. H. GOLDEN. I'.soi'it.
Opposite Xanbui'u'n Store.
11 A V E C 0 X S T ANT L Y 0 X H A X I)
AM. SHUTS OK
sF WINKS KOll V
3D IT XI - m fX" XT 3T Xf S ,
CIGARS i TOBACCO.
and everything usually kept in a
MKDIC.XL lUSI'KXS.XUX .
l't'ctcripttoii ittrr'ully Com-
E. A. AiNDERSON,
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
MARSH FIELD, OK.
AULING DONE AT SHORT NO
tiee and at very reasonable rates.
COAL AND WOOD CONSTANTLY ON HAND ,
Cor. A and Front Sts.,MAiisiinr.i.i,Oit.
-1 T-AVINO TAKEN CHARGE OE
-i I the above named house, xve can
promise to our patrons,
FIi-Mt-cliihM Fnre, Fnlr IcuUnfr
And courteous attention.
jfc3-A TRIAL IS SOLICITED..
OL'Jl II Alt
I xv 11 supplied in i line, and is under
our iiersonul 111:111:11 nent.
B00T& SHOE MAKER
in a thorough manner and use
K I VMlEllllALB
. ... ,.. 4 i
1 BQShop on h rout Street, opposite tlie
. Pionci - Market. -U
M.xitHiiriELi) i EjiriiiK City.
II. P. WIIITXEY, Pnoi'iiiKTOii.
A good supply of
MUTTON, - - CANNED
it KEF, HB
pouk, etc.. mriL
and all kindx of
SALT MEATS am) VEGETABLES
coiiHtantly on hand. Also a
Kood Htock of
Y E S H E L S
logging"" CAMPS j
SUPPLIED AT H1I0HT NOTICE
In tho Circuit Court of tho State of Ore
gon for tho county of Coon.
A. Xanhurg and (J. VVehater vii H. If.
Action for tlamagcH and tho abatement of
a iiuiiuiiice. ,
To II. If. LtiMi said defendant. In tho
name of the State of Oregon you are hereby ,
required to aiijK;ar and rmmvor the complaint 1
of tho plaintilU on file ugaiiut you in tho '
alxivo entitltil court and catiKO on or Injforo
tho first day of tho noxt regular term of aaid
court, vu: MOXIMY, TIIK 2tTlf JMY '
OF MAY, I8W), and tho dcfi-ndeiit will take
notice that if he fail Ui apear and answer
said complaint the iiluiutilf will take juilg '
nent auaiiut him for five hundred dollam '
damage, and the further relief in naid com
I'uhlinheil hy order of I Ion,, J. F. WaUon,
Judge of Raid oourt, dated April JOth 1SS0,
I5-Ct Attornuy for I'laiutitfatj
Horses I sf?-j yjlsr ;
W. 15. SiMi-sos .( 1). Holland
and proxisions of all kinds
soul at the lowest
JtJCLl V i: Hi: I) :iniv point desired
J35"Vo keep nothing hut thebest-j3
and insure satisfaction,
(l a xveek in your oxxn town. Terms
and j free Address II. II vi.i.ktt A Co.
1 Portland. Maine.
I DKXI.KU IN
STOVES & RANGES,
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS AND
i.jl:m::fs ac oils.
WOOD A WILLOWWAKE,
Steam, Water Pipe and Fitting-", Gran
ite and Plated Wales.
TIN, COPPER &SHEETIRONWARE.
EXKCITKI) XVITH DlSPATfll.
83TEXTRAS for Stoves, Plows
Mowers and ReapcrK furnished
at short notice.
Ity virtue of an order if the County Court
of Curry comity Oregon . in probata, made
on tnu 8th day of April 18M), directing the
sale of the real cutata of the mt.ito of Midi
acl Kiix dccuastil, hereinafter ileacrilieil, I
will oirer for aalo nt public auction to tlie
hielicnt linlilcr for cauli in liauil, the north
went quarter of tho nortlie.it quarter, tt
liall ot west nail ot nortuwest
I quarter, anil lot one two tliree
anil four of section eight, township tliirtyflvu
south, of range fourteen went,
Iso nil tl
rigjit title nnil interent of tlic estate of said
Michael Pox to tho following ilescnbed oil
joining property towit: Commencing at a
oiut on tlie north lino of the southwest
nuarter of section eiulit aforesaiil, due north
I of a pine tree 10 inches in diameter and
1. 1 tt .1.. .......t. . .1 ..1. 1 1.
1 liiarneit , , uit.iiv;u nwutu ui iiiu iiuiiii iniiik
of Uca creck thcnco t.Mteriy ,, Mill crcck
to the first ben.1; thence south to tl
line of said forty aero tract; thence went to
tlm wmtliwest corner of K.1I1I fortv nml thence
c.-uit to the place of beginning.
The alxivo mentioned unlo will take place
at the courthouse iloor 111 hllciulmrg i;urry ,
county Oregon, on tlmTWKNTIJ.Tn DAY
OF if AY IBM), hctvvicn the
Jioinn of 12
o'clock in and 'J o'clock i in of aaid day.
Uatcl ixprii tutu, l8o
1G Administrator t-stato of Michael Fox-
Centennial World's Fair, 18761
raotratrvoso nrurzuoiiaiT u rtM
na!reoaptrUrexnlUDeala reeocauu4 by
ft Judge lo tbelr llmpail, (Tom wtkia Ui
aXtUowlOf 1 an xtiaeti
Th b. noNiNacn onoAif co.'
xblblt m the beat InatrumenU tl
prlo raoderlaf than poaalbla to a Urga elaM
f raretuaara. Larlnf oomblnaUon o Raada
oatalnlof anaor daalrail lmproreaiaDta, will
t fat oul
lariJ 1 a. a& m Jt.m Jt m. . ll . a . . - II.LI.
iM4tvui(iHU(7Bi uiiaycuiuiifa 1IUM
m fl ouioi orar,u. m DOftratiiDg
6raa-plrpnt tofalhar o It la Impoaalbla tor
. viu.iiu. hi. iMru. ui ui ml
OSLV UUOAJVI AWAKOfCO TUI
aam to auiiar innu, iwiu or apiiu" thi
Tbla MaJal and Award H grantad fUr lb
rioat tarar oompatllloa of th bait makara,
afoM ontol tU jaoat oontptot Jurloa
Fair BlrlM and prlcM- Jtul land, whloh art
In aAaordanc with oor roi. Ui UK3T OH
a?AH tor lb laul mooar.
tT ar prDtd to appoint a fair nw If tatf
D!oaraU4 Oatildfxia tullad, pwt-paid, m
6, SHONINGER ORGAN CO.;
91 U It CHMTWCT btmxt.V i
Nrw SiTatn. Oon. "
rmanKnamntii 'nimtniiTi "JLiiwLg!jiaiiiMyi
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Kmimui: City, Oiikhon.
C. 11. OOLDEN, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
V. W.TOWHlt.M. J).
PHYSICIAN &, SURGEON
V. C. AN(iKL, M. I).
PHYSICIAN am. SURGEON
Coiitilllc Cttif, Ofit.
S. II. JlA7..itD, J. V. Hamilton
IIAZAItl) A- HAMILTON,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Will practice in the xarloiiK couiU
of the Mate.
omn: at iimpiiii: citv, Oon.
or. al. siGLiirsr.
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
llMl'HlK CITY. (MIX.
i.oiicc!ioiix nun otiicr inininefi.M plnn-d
mi in,, iniiiuK, not nii-ivu in)inpi aiieii
v. r. witioiiT,
IT. S. Jlhivral ami IT. &. Dvputfi
S V U V K V 0 K ,
Coyi'u.i.i: City, Oii.v.
Will attend to tluhiiHlni'tHoHiirvcvliiK
in iiiiv part of the county.
IVrfWt maps of all HUrveycd hindt,fiir
uihhi'dat Miort notice.
K. (J. (J It I MUlOlV,
ATTORSF.V ud rOUXSELLOR AT LAW,
JaMI'IlHil OWY OIDUOON
A Hharo 11 ipuldie patruuagc in respect
fully mlml. 1 ;j.",tf
K?'J 11 xveek. f 11! a day at homr en
ly made. Costly oullit 'free. Adun 1
Tuck i: Co. Augusta, .Maine.
Epilog. Excelled 6y None.
Taylor & Farley
UBmtiraclared Bt XTorculcr, nui
HX Ia7IS7ZUIUI8 of ny vilut mty U fouod
la iImm uulruracnii, uA ilxjr conuin tnuy
X9I r07V9 Ia othw Orjint.
Almlnato produoework vvhloh shall ba
Durabla, we will not aorlfloa that whloh
la not totn, and t la vital to n parfaot
orsan, In order to ma Wo a mora fancor
W r nill inilltil la prcwnl al
StjlUh and Appropriate Casts
m tu b found In th mAtltct, -with fJaUh wkith fa
It tiilti br tny.
A8 RKQARD8 TOHI,
Award with Medal & Diploma or Honor
WAS CIAMTED IV TH
ClrTTIHHIAL EXHIBITION COUMIUIOHKHSl
..'.'.'.'K'.1" M'lp. lintm. nilTI 11J
BU11I1KI Or TOIE, nlfonnltr la finer til (mnl
lUaij Ii BkbuIuI JiflUxii fir UirirpiH UtiaM."
Do not fail to mala application as
ZXAMZKE THEBB INSTHUMENTS
Catalogue ft, en application to tl
m , . .
TaVlOr & ParlfiTT OrCrftTl C(V
" -,,!; -P
HS in HilO per day at home. Hii'i ,ileH
vort 5 free. Aihlr'enH .Stindov A Co.
E. B. DEAN & CO.
E. II. WKAX, 1). WJLLCOX
C. II. MKKCIfAXT.
Wk IIAVK Al.XX'AYH ON If.XSIlA
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE
MANL'KACTl'HKI) TO 0111)1.11
SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED,
and at tho
THE LOWEST LIVING PRIGE8.
NASBURG St, HIRST
Kuont Htiiukt, MaiipiiVu:U)) Oun-,
jVTKW (U)ODH imjVKUYHTKsVM.
orikeepcoii.tantlyon hand i .
our largo and commodious More
well selected nloek of ,0' n
connllnlng of Mm hcstMiiphinml fancy
of all klndn, the ehoicuHt
A L.xutii: STOCK oi
CLOTH IXC J,
HATS mid CA I'M,
HOOTS nml HIIOKS,
HUHHKHS nmlOlli CLOTIIIN'O
HLll'IMCIIH nml OILCLOTH
CHOCKKHY nml (ij s.S
Cigars and Tobacco,
I'alnlM, (UN ami ViiriiMicn,
Choice VIihs mid l.lipmrw,
Tlunare mid Ammimlllini.
Cl'ri.EHV, 117)0; ,,
OurcxIcmdvoDhmx ciwch are llllcd
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
.'KICKS TO SPIT TIIK TLMKS.
I v i 1 11 1 . 1 .
! "hi pooiin piircuiiHcii at our
1 More win he iifiivcicil fife ol cliargu
al any point (
oiiit 011 the
ronui 01 iiiu
1 n ruoNT or tin: ciintiiai. iiuti:i.
If xou want niii'UHX' rdiitx'c.
Ah good as harher ever gave,
.Mini caM mi me nt nix- million,
From tiuirii 'nil night or lniy ikmiii ;
My rnzoii' Kliaip, my MMxxiiin, keen,
My rdinp is nt'iit ami tutxtdrt clean ;
And ihcro I think that you xvill find
Kat'h mtii ieloMiit tlitMiiiml ;
I trim the hair with kill for gentx,
Of colimu the piiee in fifty eenln;
Shampooing too. I do Ih'at xxell,
(iixemea ti d, that x ill tell ;
So help me gracious if I make xou hol-
You need not pav a (punter of a dollar.
J. W Cox.t'iopr.
V.&. Hut and cold Imtlin iiltxaxa ready
Constantly is Hani
AIattrrcn ill llrilntraitu,
Chair iV l.ouiiiirt,
Crlh ,P Crtullt',
riCTl'ltKS, I'ltAMK.S, Moci.Dixas,
TAItl.ES, MlltltOUK Ac.
'o 11 lit 1 11 K' room I '11 rn I turn
Miule to Order.
L'OFFIXS made lit hhnrtCHt notice.
Attai'iimkntii, Ni:i:i)i,i.h A-c.
HOSH A TIMMHKMA.V
Would announce to tho nuhliu
their nexv market
OITOSITK TIIK CKNTHA I. HOTKI
in .vow ori:.vi:i)
ALL KINIIH i)V
HKKF FORK A MKAT.Sof Aid, KINDS
P R 0 V I S 1 0 nT'aND V EGETABLES
VESSELS uud 1.00(11X0 CAMPS
rari'IUCKS DOWN TO TIIK WAKM
JUST UKCKIVKI) IJYHTAMKK!
AT REDUCED RATES, BY
1). Morrte'a Kinpiro City.
V. G. WEBSTEll,
Anil I.eiilliei- I'IuiIIukm.
Maiihiii n:i,i)( On.
1IIAVK LATKM' ltKTCHNKD
J from Han FraneiHco xvith a font
jileto Htock of every thing in my lino
ready mndu liootxaiid mIioch, etc.
BST MATERIAL NLYUSED.
FARM FOR SALE.
A SMALL FAHM SITl'ATKD OiV
l the hank of tho CoquJIlo Uiver
eontaiiiiiiK 28 ncicn
RICH BOTTOM LAND,
With IIoiihu and Orchard. Can ho
Itoiited at a IteiiHoiuililu Ituto.
For jmitit'iiIui'H apply lo
Kiiipiro Ulty, Ohikuii.