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Me Coast' Mail.
MAY 15, 18S0.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
v For Congress M.C.GEORGE.
Forjudges of the Supremo Court
J. ii. WAiiUU, of rortlami; w. v,
LOUD, of Salem, and E. M.WATSON,
Tor Presidential Electors GEO. B.
CURRY, ol Grant; E. L. APPLE
GATE, of Lane, and C. B. WATSON,
-br'ITatglgo'unly. ' j
Judge of 2d District J. F. WAT
SON, of Douglas county.
For Prosecuting Attorney J. A
YANTES, of Benton county.
R E P U B L I CAN TICKET,
1 COOS COUNTY, OnEOON.
FOH JOINT SKNAT0R,
T rOB KETOKSENTATIVE,
.,;AV ILLIAM M ORRAS.
R. C. DEMENT.
. . FOU COUNTY CLEHK,
FOR CO. COMOTSSIONKKS,
A. PERS II BAKER,
H. W. HOLVERSTOTT
i' DANIEL GILES..
FOR BCUOOL SUrKRCTTKHDEXT,
'. "' A.B.CAMP.
J f , FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR,
M.S. B. CATHCART.
LOUIS F. M UN ROE.
Joint Representative RALEIGH
County Judge G. B. COOLE Y
Commissioners C. JENSEN and
County Clerk WALTER SUTTON
Treasurer M. C. GIBSON..
Sheriff WM. GAUNTLETT.
Assessor JOHN MILLER.
' Coroner T. CUNNINGHAM.
TJio Latest Ilniubngr Slgirn'H
Desperate Struggle for Totes.
The Democratic candidates for
Joint Senator, is trying very hard to
perpetrate the fraud of passing him
self off for a champion of labor. Ho
k industriously working up a preju
dice against mill proprietors, and in
order to delude the voters of the coun
ty, he resorts to such paragraphs as
the following :
The "Monopolist Union," is going
its length on the Republican candi
date for the senate.
The man who started the story that
we hired U. H. Merchant to election
ecrfor Jerry Haynes, for the senate,
is euner an ignorant ass, or a con
temptible liar, and we are inclined to
Deuevo ho is the latter.
We are reliably informed that Mr.
Merchant and others of the "monopo
ly union" have agreed to turvisu all
the money deemed necessary to defeat
the Uemocratic legislative ticket;
that V. Li. atson, isq., is emploved
to canvass every precinct in the coun
ty, in the interest ol the monopoly.
Now, among men who know the
habits of the candidate from whom
these shallow things eminate, it is un.
-necessary to say they have no founda
tion in truth, and are simply thrown
out as a bait for voters. He assumes
that the people of this county are so
grossly ignorant that they can be
caught by such clap-trap.
It rs true that Mr. Watson has been
trying to get Mr. Siglin to agree to
flieet him in the canvass, but those
who know Mr. Watson, are aware it
will require no payment of money to
induce him to meet Mr. Siglin, and
(trip the disguise from the false is
sues withwhich he is seeking to im
pose upon the people of the county.
As for Mr. Merchant hiring Watson
to canvass, the proposition refutes it
self. It is Mr. Siglin's overweaning
anity that induces him to suppose
that he is the object of such qreat in
terest. He imagines himself a second
Atlas bearing the world on his huge
Bhotriders ; that fhecmnpaign is being
earned on by (he Republicans for" the
express and solo purpose of defeating
him. Nothing of the kind, Mr. Siglin.
A JtUIXOUS D OCT JUNE.
Mr. Siglin wants tho tariff taken
off from iron and woolen goods. This
is the doctrine that plays into the
hands and pockets of foreign capital
ists, to the ruin of home industries
Take tho tariff from iron and in six
months 25,000 laboring men in Penn
sylvania will bo thrown out of em
ployment. Trtkc the tariff from wool
nnd woollons, and wool will fall to 15
cents a pound, and 25,000 more labor
ers will be without employment and
without bread. It will work tho de
struction of our own manufacturing
interest, for tho benefit only of Euro
pean capital. Every mauulaetured
articlo which is brought to this coun
try from abroad, which can bo mado
here, is a blow at our own prosperity,
depriving our people from needed em
ployment nnd sending money out of
tho country (o purchase that which
ouumii people ought, and would be
glad to mako,
Subscuibu for tho Coast Mail. On
ly $2 50 per annum.
Rcptilillctin CiimltilittrN and
the Itepultlit'im Party
The Republicans of Coos county
havo no excuso or pretext to "scratch"
n man on their list of candidates.
Since the organization, no convention
ofourjmrty has over presented such
an unexceptionable ticket. Respecta
bility, intelligence, purity of charao
tcr, "and unsullied reputation, are
qualities that distinguish tho whole
list. All havo been fairly successful
in tho management of their own pri
vate affairs, and, on that account, are
more rcliablo for the direction of pub
lic transactions. None of them are
in such a destitute condition as to bo
tempted to dishonesty, and most of
them havo acquired, by industry and
economy, a modorato competence to
place them above want or cupidity.
With such candidates, every Republi
can should not fail to give them his
It is true that on tho Democratic
ticket there are several names ot re
spectability, reputation, and capacity,
yet it is also true that there is not one
of the competitors on tho Republican
ticket who is not the equal, if not the
superior, of his competitor in all the
qualities and requirements of the offi
cial station ; aud of all it maybe said,
their daily life and habits are worthy
of commendation. Can there be any
excuso for a Republican, under these
circumstances, to scratch, trade, or
vary his vote from his loyal duty to
tho great, liberal, and progressive Re
The Republicans have a clear and
decided majority in Coos county.
They can frftter their strength by
cowardly desertion, and allow their
enemy to exult over them for their
soit concessions ; or, thev mav win
for themselves a clear, decided victory,
routing the enemy, " horse, foot, and
dragoons," by adhering to their
bounden duty, giving each other aid,
encouragement and sympathy, and
voting like true men and Republi
Republicans should sustain their
ticket, because the Republican party
is one of high principle. They sus
tained the Government in its long
struggle with secession, bestowing
their wealth, blood, and sympathy.
They resisted the repudiation of the
public debt, until shame brought si
lence to the repudiators. They bent
their energies to tho resumption of
specie payment, against persistent op
position, until gold, silver, and cur
rency have become interchangeable.
They passed the homestead law for
the benefit of the poor settlers, over
powering the Democratic resistance
Until the Republicans came into pow
er, a continental railroad was success
fully opposed and obstructed. The
great blot of slavery was wiped from
our escutcheon, while the enemies of
Republicanism were singing peans in
its praise. Trade, commerce, manu
factures, agriculture, arc prospering
the people and strengthening the na
tion under a Republican administra
While the Democracy cling to obso
lete conservatism, abandon their old
progressive tendencv, and become
Bourbons ; the pounger party of Re
publicanism have taken up the fallen
mantle and bear the banners of im
provement, progress, and prosperity.
Jony Lank and his friends are us
ing the argument that "Russell De
ment" don't need the Sheriff's office.
Perhaps he doesn't need the office
but the people want him in that of
fice. The Sheriff is the county tax
collector, and all money paid in taxes
passes through his hand, and a man
who is honest and industrious in his
own affairs is the man for Sheriff.
Let not the voters of this county
make the mistake of electing a man
to tho office of Sheriff because he needs
We are glad to see compliments
like tho following, on our judicial can
didates, which we take from a north
ern exchange : "Mr. John B. Waldo
is well known to Judge Dcady, and
he says that he stands at the front
rank of tho Portland Bar, and in that
opinion he is backed by the best law
yers in Portland.
Mr. Hyde is upon theCoquillo try
ing to convince tho people that they
mado a mistake when they voted
against him two years ago. If ho
vrero half as industrious in any other
business as ho is in hunting for a
County Clerks office ho would proba
bly be more successful.
Thk Democratic candidate for
State Senator thinks Judge Burnett's
remarks to tho effect that there is too
largo a representation of lawyers in
tho halls of lcgi&laton, (loos not ap
ply to him. Well, we will not insist
that it does.
NOTICK OF FINAL PROOF.
Lahu Oryicz, Ronuiio, On.,
Anril 3. 18S0,
Notice is hereby Given that the following
named settler ha filed uotico of his inten
tion to mako final proof in support of liia
claim and securo final entry thereof at tho
expiration of thirty days from tho dato of
Una notice, vizi James II. Stitt, homestead
application No. for tho KJ of SKl-4,
section 34, T -tO, SK 13 w. .NW1-4 of NV
1-4, boction 2, and NE1-4 of NE1.4 eection
3, T 41, SK 13 w, and uame the following
as hit witneasos, viz; John D, Cooloy, Dan
iel Jl. Coolie. I), II. Palmer, and II, I,.
Johns, all of Chetooe, Curry coun.y Oregon,
on the 17th day of May 1HS0, before iudgo
or clerk of tho oourt of Curry county, Or.
15 '3 I-', BwiVajii.v, Itpgiifter.
By virtue of an execution issued out of
tlio Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
fur 1m rtmiit v of Ourrv. on the 13th day
of March, 1SS0, in fuvorof Jolin'llutitloy
plaintiff, and against Will Huntley, de
fendant, for the Mini of Five Thousand
Nino Hundred and Fourteen Dollars and
cojts taxed at Nino nnd IVVtOO dollars, to
in.i. lir.'i'tiil nnil ilnlivoivil. ootiiiimndltll!
mo that of the personal property, and if
HUllU'ient perso.nil property lo not found,
then out of tho real property of said de
fondant, 1 cause to ho made the said sum
of $501-1 00 and eots taxed at $0 W and
accruing costs, I havo levied upon tho
following described real property belong
ing to said defendant, to-wit: lot !
and 4, and an undivided ono half inter
est In lots 1 and 2 of s-ootion 1 , T. Sit, S, H
15 w and lots 1 and 2 of section IM. r.
35, S. of K 13 w., and tho X's and V
of SV4 of section 31, T. 35, S, K 1 1 w .,
in Curry county. Oregon.
Ami 1 will, on the 24T1I 1 A. Ol
MAY, 1SS0. at the hour of ono o clock in
the afternoon of said day at the court
house door in Kllpiixbiirg, soil all the
right title and interest of .-aid defendant
in and to said property, or co much there
of as mav be necessary, v men no nan on
the 5th day of March IN. tosaimy saui
execution "and accruing costs.
Dated at i:u.ENMHRii.Airii inn. itw.
A. II. MOOKK.
l(Mv Sheriff Curry Co. . Or.
Fore and Acue.
The true antidote to the effects of mi
asma, is Hoxtettcr'a Stomach Hitters.
This medicine is one of the mo-t popular
remedies of an ape of siicccc-diil propnr
tarv specifics, and N in immenee demand
wherever on this continent fever and
ague exist. A wincf la-.uu tnree umes
ti dav is the host possible prepa' ative for
encountering a malarious atmosphere,
regulating the liver and invigorating the
btoiuaeh. , ,, .
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers
NEXT DOOK TO MAIL OFFICE.
LOUIS MUXHOI1, J'roprlctor.
FULL STOCK OF
Brags & Medicines,
CONSTANTLY 0r HAND.
BEST liliAXl) OF CIGAliS
C-Prcscriptions Carefully Com
poundedby Com ctentl'hymci an.
The BE3T, LATEST IMPROVED,
nd rnot THOROUGHLY constructed
3EWINC MACHINE ever micntcd. AH
the wearing jiarts aro mado ct tlio BEST
8TEEL, CAREFULLY TEMPERED
and ore ADJUSTABLE.
it i as tlio a fTojr.i no Tnysioxi Jt
baa Uio JsAltOKHT jjojuu.; Jt lias ilia
Easiest Threaded Shuttle.
Tho IIOBDINS are WOUND without
BUWNINO or U.NTIUt.BAXUNa Uie
it ins a snr.F..SKTTiNO ?n:Enr.i:i Ji
h a IlIAr. forif-giilatiiiff lliolent'lh ofetllclj.
WITHOUT TKiriNdf It has a LAItGli
STACK under Uio arm; It Js XOI8ISI..E3S,
nnd has moro pomU or JCXCKLLKNCi: than
all oilier uiaclitncs combined.
a-Anontn wonted In Jocalltlo
where wo nro not reproaented.
Jolinson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
The Coast jVEail.
EVERY SATCUDAY JfOIfNINO,
WEBSTER, HACKER & LOCKHART,
Martihflcld, Cikhj Co., Or.
Ono year -Six
OFFICIAL l'Al'IJH OF C00H CO.
M if JJ.ilJIJLiilyl
BAY VIEW BREWERY,
Keeps constantly on hand, and oilers for sale iv puprior article of
LAGER BEER, ALE AND PORTER,
MY HA li IS SCI HUH I) WITUTHK VUOICKST HIIAS'DS OP
WINES, LIQUORS, AND
.BRANCH SAM ONAT
dr. c. ii. golden, riiont.
Opposite Xiu-bttry's Stow.
II A V E O X S T A X T I. Y ON 111 X
AI.I. SHUTS OK
AIM M I un
MIUHC'INAI. l'l Itl'O.sKS,
CIGARS am. TOBACCO,!
i nsu.illx kfpt
I'l'ocvipttoHs t arrfully Coui
E. A. AN I) EH SOX,
LIVERY AND FEED
.Vl'LIXODONK T SHOUT NO
ticeandat r uasmiable ratis
CoAL AND IViinlM iiiAMIV oN HAND
COOKINO OB HKAIISO-
New Excelsior Oil Stove.
Jajt the Tiling for Light IIonkrriUi((.
It will Droll, Rout, and Bk letlsr thn a Ol ol
WaodSlOT. Snl for ClrcuUn. AQtNTa WA.STKI1.
COLEMAN GAS APPARATUS AND '
78 JIlHIIT Sr, Ciikmho, In. I
Th Great C.ir fur Ij'rta, InitlgMtlon, Illlloo.
IlaaJaclit, LlY.rComjlalut, let.r an! Ac; Ctuaral j
of Btuniacb, I lTr A plren
on Die nomj mcuMrLj
'o I'niKi, Xo Iku.r lUUt.
htn'l for Circular, driit
tnc lh AUontlua Curt
nd th rTolutlon It ti cuIcg fu Ui cluc of uiwll-
Uiprpiln UrlC, 5 4,
Tonlo lieu, -j, ami li.r-.nl. nrll, 81.
TbM Illt. wl!llhnt to any aJdrr firouf rcMlafa
n rKiit of $2JXleitli, or JU"J fur Inrant'. Halt.
AGENTS Trantcd in every county in tlif
Addrwa, FISHER MEDICATED BELT CO.
232 Illinois St., Chicago.
Meriden, Conn. U.S.A.
"Children's Blow Pedals'!
Adjusted or removed Instantly,
Invented and Exclusively
used by this Company.
The most popular
Organs of the day!
UNRIVALLED IN QUALITY.
"Tho Wilcox & Wliilo
Ortfim Instructor" in tho
EEST and CHEAPEST
in tho market !
iwd For IPas'i-utul '.'.' jl' "jot.
llllllll tr. r i-N.
:l "Vt'i 'i'J"in" "
l lililll'll'i n. oui-i.ov,
AV. K. Simpson ,t D. Holland
IE .A. T
and provisions of all kinds
sold at the lowt
1)111.1 riCltnit ninny point desired
' SrWe keep nothing but the best,
and niMire satisfaction.
i miUa Mock in your nun town. Terms
1 and ') (roo. Add'n-ss 11. II t i itt A Co.
, l'urtl.ind. Maim'.
' t'l M l I' IS
STOVES & RANGES,
I at. -t linproveil
m -mw m m w - - -w-
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS AND;
:ti.a.:m::ps &c oils.
WOOD A ILI.OWWAUK.
Steam N'ati r l'i' and Kitnni;i, liran
ite and I'lali'd Wart ..
COPPER & SHEETIRONWARE.i
KxrrirKi) uinr Disr.VTcir.
tSyKXTUAS for Stoves Plows
Mowers nnd Reapers furnished
at fhoit uotico.
Ily virtue of an order f tlio Comity Court ,
of Curry comity Oregon, in jr liata, inaili
on tlio 8tli day of April IbM), diitu-tuiK tlit. I
sale of the real unUtu of the mtnte of Midi
ael Kox ilccmwril, licrcinafttr dunorilu'd, I
v, ill offur for Hale at imlilic auction to tlio
I lngliet liulder fur cali in
linnet, tliu norlli
ueat ouarter of tho northoast iinnrter, utst
half nlu cot half of tioitliet quarter of
! noiitlioaet quarter, ami loU ono tun thrt-o
' and four of section eight, tou ntilup tlurtvllv o
, feoutli, of rangu fourteen went. AUo all the
j right titlonnu intercut nf the Ute of said
j Michael 1'ox to tile follow ing dtitcrilied ad
! ioiiuni! iiniiiertv touit: ('oiniiiein.inL! at a
iiouit on tho north line of the pouthwe&t
quarter of m-ction eilit aforeanid, due north
of a jitnu tree K) niche in diauu-ter and I
marked V, thenco Mtiith to the north bank I
of Uci ereeW, thonco eautirly ujt itaid creek !
to tho first Im ml; thence Ninth to the wnitli i
line of Haul forty ucre tractj tlit-uce west to
the Bouthwifit corner of itaid forty nnd thenco
cast to tho jilaco of beginning. I
The nliovo inentioueil Hale will take ilnce
at the courthouse door in Illleimburg Currv
county Oregon, on thoTSVKNTIinil DA V !
OF MAY I860, between tliu houis of 12 !
o clock in and "o clock ii in of naid day.
Dated April 10th, 1HH0
10 Administrator eetato of Michael I'ox
Centennial World's Fair, 18761
vmoxotntciD CTunuocn-T it ran
ThtlrcompirttlTtexctlUncali rconlid by
lb Juilgea in their lliiurl, ircia wtdoa lb
MllowlUK It u turacti
"Th IJ. HIIOM.VOKIl OIlOAlV OO.'B
xbllilt n thu licit Initruiuenti at
prlo rtndtrlcg tlieia pctilblo to a lam elm
J parobri,IiIug a eonblnatlon ot Ilcedi
mil UtUt, producing nortl and ploulns cStcIa,
eonUlclog tatnj doilraUo imprOTemeult, will
lUad longir In dr or damp climau. Id) llabla
o git out of order, ill tljo botrdabelniiutds
hrai-ply, pnt tcotbcr ao It la ImpoMlbla for
Ubar alirlok. nnrnlt or anllt." Tim
UUUAM AWAItUiSU T1IIU
TMa Medal and Award waa grantd(ltr lb
raoit Ultra cmopolltiou of lb teal inakara,
bafoia oniol tUo auoat cumjiataut Jurlca
. Kw Btrlea and price Jnat laaaed, whloh art
In aooor Jince wltli our rule, tba lUJbJT OIU
OAN (or tbe leait uouay,
Wa are prtpared to appoint t (aw new Agent),
Illaitrattd Cattlogaei milled, poit-pald, oa
B, SHONINGER ORGAN CO.,
07 U 13 CIIESTSUT RTKEIT, ,
Kw IUtkst. Ook.
MUSI X K S S OAK 1) H.
PHYSICIAN AND SlfRGEON
ljMi'iiii: City, Oiiimion.
C. H. COLUMN. M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
0. W. TOWICH.M. I).
W. C. ANl!KIM. U.
PHYSICIAN am. SURGEON
Cihi tilth' Vltu, Ofiit.
S. 11. llAZAliK, .1. W. llAMtt.lON
IIA'AIU) iv HAMILTON,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Will practice in the wuiuus courts
of the state.
timet: ati'miiki- citv, Oiin.
CT. AVL. SIO-XjUsT.
ATTORNEY A COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
M viisnrtn i, Om:(iov.
r.Mi'iiti: itv, otJ.N.
ColltH'tions and other biiHltu'Wi placed
ill mv hands, will receive prompt atton
V. P. WKIUIIT,
V. S. Mlitrritl ami IT, S. Deputy
S T 11 V E YOU,
CcKjfiLn: City, Ocin.
Will attend to thehnidneosurveyln
in miv part of the county.
l'i rfeet inapnof all mir-eyed IrihIs, fur
nislieilat ehurt notice.
k. ;. : it i x ii it i) ii ,
ATTi'RNKT d CHl'SSELUiR AT LAW,
i A hharo o ipublic pntiuiiiigo is respect
full Kilud. 1 :tttf
W7M a week Jl'.' a d.u at liotitc easi
lv made. l'ntl outfit free. Address
'flu B iV. Co Augusta, Maine.
Egnal to Ad;. Excellefl ly Nodd.
'V 1 1 IC
Taylor & Farley
ite :rx:7zuij:j3 or ny .n,- my u round
la tbetc lntnimcnlft a i thzy criuui many
it:: t::vz i ciiicr oai .
Almlnu to produce, work which ahnll b
Durnblo, wo will not eocrlflon tnnt which
la not aeen, nnd yft la vltul to n parfsot
Orunn, In ordor to mnke a tnoro fano
Wo are xill tnaUcl 10 pirxnt l
Stvllsli mid Apiiroprlato Cium
aj ran Lc found in the mulct, uh a nith which b
tit ;:Ctl by any.
ao naoArtDo tone,
Award with Medal & Diploma ar nonor
WAl CKAHtED tlV THE
CINTENNIAL EXIIIOmOH COMMISSIONERS:
. ' Ju lutmj In tt itlmamllp. ritnnm, M'EITI till
EEIUIUCI Of W1U, nnlforinltr la I'oacr tat lltatral
Btllltj la SkUiImI Ipplltntet fur thi mrtxti lotiodtl"
Do not fail ta mako nrT'licailon and
EXAMIWE TIIEBIJ INSTIlUltENTa
Caulsguei Cite, ta application to ll.o
Taylor & Farley Organ Co.
nr. i li'io ) r Iuv at liotnn Saniil(n
"(irtc t'i frr o Mn fn hrisboM A Co
E. B. DE
E. IJ. JJKA.V,
iiavi: Auvayh ON Hasda I'lm,
iWortiw nt (Jt
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE
SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED.
nnd at the
THE LOWEST LIVING PRICES,
NASBURG & HIRST,
FitoNT Stki;j:t, jMAimtutr.t.n, Onw.
NVAY (IOODH irVBVKUYBTEAM
orikeppcuitntiitilly on mm j
our largo nnd coininudloUH utoro a
well celeclcd nlock of '
oomdlslngof thihcnl(diiploand fancy
of nil kitulH, the eholccul
a i.Attucsrni'K of
HATS mill (WPS,
MOOTS unit SIIOICS,
HITIHIKKS anil OIL (M.OTIIIXG
SLU'l'KUS niul OILCLOTH '
CHOCK I0IIY niul (1I.ASS
nn. I TOOLS,
Cigars mid Tobacco,
l'alutsj Oils and Viuilslies,
111 co IV lues and l.h un,
Tin wiu and Animiiiilllun,
CVrUlllY. WOOD .in.
II7..OII- WMll'. and
Our cxtonsixe show cahcs are tilled
winh tln flni'.xt
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
IMUC'KS TO SPIT THK TIMES.
X. II. All e.oiids purchased at our
Slum will lie dohveied flee ol eharnu
at any point mi the unite of tho
iteniuer Myttlo. 1 l-tf
t n ritoxr or thi: ccstiiai. iiuii:i.
I f you want an cany ithave,
Axui)d ki liarlM-r uverxaM1,
.lust call on mo nt mv saloon,
From mom '(ill night or Ihim.v noon,
My ru.orn' iluiri, my ciioi, l.t-en.
My MlioptN neat Mini towels clean .
Ami then I think Dint you will lind
Ihudi article to iiul tins fmnd ,
1 trim the hair with ekill for K('tH,
Of cotiree the price i lifty cents ,
ShuuiHHiine. too. I tin that well,
Give, me a trial, that will tell ,
So help me uracioim if I make you hol
ler, You need not pa a uarlcr of a dollar.
.1 W t'u,l'roir
I' S Hot midiold LiiiliH a I win ready
1 im.s It VV
Ccisrisii ov iiimi
Miilti'i'i-m it ItriMmiti,
i'lmlr ,P Lninifrs,
Vrlht .lv Vrmlhn,
I'icTrur.s. rHAMi. Mori.iuNas,
TAIU.KS, MlltltDKS Ac
'iiiiiiik ""in I'll nlln
Made to Unlrr
VOrriXS made at Hliorti-fl notice.
f SEWING MACHINES
j ATTACIIMr.NTN iNlTDMS tc.
I' M VUK,
' HI if I'lioniiKTOit.
ROSS A TI.MMUl.MAN
Would niinotiiico to tlic public tlmt
lla'ir new niiitki't
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AT REDUCED RATES, BY
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