The Coast mail. (Marshfield, Or.) 187?-1902, July 17, 1880, Image 2

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    The Coast Mail.
SATURDAY,
JULY 17, 1SS0.
FOIl PRESIDENT
JAS. A. GARFIELD,
'J
OF OHIO.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT
CHESTER A. ARTHUR,
OF XKW YOKK.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS.
GEO. II. CURRY, of Grant,
E. L. APPLEGATE, ol Linn.
C. D. WATSON, of Luke.
The White Lcnuo I'tiroi-ltr.
N. Y. Tribune.
The noininntion of Goneral Han
cock conies too laic. Tlio same thing
was tried in 1SG4, with General Me
Clcllan as a candidate, and then it
was too early. The war was not yet
over, and tlio representative of the
disloyal South, though n distinguished
Union soldier, was not trusted. Gen
eral Hancock first came into political
notice in 1SCS, as the representative
of tlio White Leagues of Louisiana,
which, with his aid as a military com
mander, had effectually applied An
drew Johnson's policy to tho extin
guishment ol the loyal party in that
district. Ho had been llattered by
his selection to take command in
that district in placo of General Sher
idan, who had been put aside because
lio would not carry out Mr. Jolnfion's
policy, thwart tlio reconstruction acts,
and put tho Gray above the Blue.
General Hancock was made to believe
that n Presidency would follow if ho
faithfully carried out "my policy,'
and became the mouthpiece and de
fender of the cunning and implacable
Bourbons of the South. His orders
and letters of that period, in every
line, might have been dictated by the
secret council of the White League.
All that man could do, as an officer
of the Government, to shield from
punishment the cowardly assassins
who were engaged in exterminating
loyalty in the southwest. General
Hancock did by his orders and his re
fusals to act. It is to bo presumed
that he did not know the facts. He
surrounded himself with a coterie of
rebel politicians, and, being political
ly an inexperienced and impressiona
ble man, believed what they told him.
In return for his complaisance and
aid, he was promised, and after twelve
years at last receives, a nomination
for the Presidency at tho hands of the
men who tried to destroy tho Union.
There can be no mistake as to the
influence to which this nomination is
due. Nearly every Southern State
voled to nominate General Hancock
in the.Dcmocratie Convention of 1S03,
and when that failed the Solid South
took General Frank Blair, as another
Union soldier who believed the con-
stitutional amendment:! "nnconstitu-1
tional.rcvolutionarv, and void." The j
x-a-u .1 c. i T,i I
North spurned Seymour and Blair as
it would have then spurned General
Hancock if nominated, or any other
representative of tho White League
policy advocated by Mr. Johnson.
Twelve years have passed, and again
il. CI.M 0.l. :.. .
" "" wwum uiuo w iiuu u ousii
fcervant into tlio White House. The
votes for General Hancock wore cast
mainly by Southern delegations.
Some months ago, a telegram from
certain White League leaders of Louis
iana disclobed the fact that they were
working, in Louisiana, Texas, Mississ
ippi, and tho other Cotton States, for
the nomination of thoir friend of
1807. Tho Convention was managed,
and adroitly rushed beyond all cool
considerations, by their manamvers.
Mr. Kelly in New York and Mr. Wal
lace in Pennsylvania, who wished to
beat Mr. Tildeu at any cost, became
the Northern managers for the Solid
South, and will divide the honors of
the-victory. But do they think that
the loyal people of tho North will
now go back to the anti-reconstruction
policy of Andrew Johnson, and
vote to make its niort willing and
subservient instrument the President
of these United States?
Iot V-ry Serous '2'IlK;lIsI,,
A Tribune's Indianapolis special
tays: E.vGovcrnor Hendricks posi
tively declines to serve upon the ex
ecutive committee under English as
cliainiian ot the totato Uentral O'om-,
... ,-. ..
inittce, regarding Jus appointmont in
tho nature of an insult Shoemaker,
1 roprictor of the Sentinel (Democrat
ic organ), refuses to support English,
nnd us yet not a single lino has np
pcarcd in favor of the English boom.
At Troy Mills, Iowa, while a Fourth
of July celebration was in progress,
tliQ marshal of the day struck a man
for insulting a woman. This was tho
signal for a free fight, which lasted
over two hours, and in which over 300
jnen took part. Four men were fatal
ly injured, and 25 recoived painful
wounds. Physicians from all the sur
i minding towns were attending upon
thostitfcrers.
LrTtTKits recoived at Ujhraltar from
Jlorocco ropiirts that Imperial troops
pnrsiiod thu Itubcls to the mountain,
whuMi tho latter huinfjioinforoud turn-
. I . .I.aI tiiiMiuiH .nut ..iniil.tlr.li.
,',-.. ",i.iii'i. .ii .v.iijfv.u,lii I ra
the camp of tho lmponal CuinnwiiU- W4-tf b JS-ei-in-ohiof
and nerp iloslroyiijfc' corp i u-Shooou KrontStreot.opporitmlio
near AlQ8ar ' l'one Murltt.
Cnors aro reported bad in Russia
and tho harvest will be below an aver
age In some districts in tho south
crops have altogether failed owing to
ravishes of insects.
The tuonty-eighth annual session
of tho M. E. Conference will bo hold
in Eugene City, commencing August
10th. Bishop Wiley, of Cincinnati,
will preside.
Rkdman M. PittcK has onMred suit
in tho Superior Court of San Francis
co against Squire P. Dewey and Al
fred Wheeler to recover $10,000 for
alleged libel. Tin, sumo plaintilf lia
also brought suit agai.ist Squire P.
Dewey to recover $100,000 dam.teea
for alleged malicious prosecution and
false imprisonment, in reference to
the matter complained of in the fore
going libel suit.
A party of surveyors are now at
work surveying the lino on which the
railroad north from Bono to Oregon
is to bo constructed. Work is pro
gressing as rapidly as p.wilde and
nobody doubts that the company pur-p-xes
building tho road as s.hmi as ;
possible. No great obstacle will be
found and, wlit-n once the 'un.ls are
at work, no great length of time will '
be roq'iirod to reach L-ikeview.
THE
PIONEER MARKETS
Maksiififi p ,t I'MPiur City.
II. P. WHITNEY, rnonucron.
,V good supply of
MLTTON, vrarrarr
BEEF. Srl
CANNED
GOOCS.
PORE, ETC IfTfl ETC.. ETC..
V.
and all ki '- f
SALTMEATSax vegetables
constantly on 1 i. Also a
good s i of
GH.O C3CX-LZ3S1S .
V E y S E L s
logging" camps
SUPPLIED AT
S1WRT XOTICE
lvi-tf
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PART
XKllsHIP. Notice is hereby given that the oo-part-nerhip
fiinni'rlvVitii g lH-tvtvn J.ts.
L. Kerrey and S. S Bailev has lieen lv
mutual eon-ent difSulviil. That the
debts owing and due to s.tid firm con
tnu ttl in the hotel business are to be
paid to Kerrv & Holland, and that the
debts of said tinn in Mtid hotel busines-s
are to be paid by said Kerry and Hol
land. That the'debts incurred in run
ning the Lane mine, in Randolph pre
cinct, Coo- county. Oregon, and all the
debts oh iug by said firm in said mining
business are to be paid by S. S. Bailey.
J V51K L. I ERMEV,
STKVF. S. BlILEY.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Lvxi) 0r7irc, r.osEorr.o On. May 24, 1SS0
Notice is hereliy given that the following
named settler has tile I notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim.'
and lecnro flnal entry thereof on Monday,!
I110 .-stl day of June lSsO. at the U. S. !
Land Office at U-ieeburc. Oreeon. viz: J
II. Wilson, pre-emption declaratory state
ment No 2109 for lot (J, northeast ouarter of
southwest quarter and west half of south
east quart r section 23, is 41, S ranze 13
west, and names the following as his vutneao-
es viz: .Robert Walker. M Itilcy and A. I
";'?." ' -""'-""et "i ')'!
aim I ritoss, ot Clietco, all of Uurry county j
wcgon.
22 Wm. F. Benjamin, Hester
.NOTICE TO rO.VTHAlTOUH. !
A contract for keenintr the naiioor-i of
Coos county, and furnNliinc them with
all nccex-aries except lothinjj and mtf -ical
treatment, for the term of nine
months from the date of said contrai-t, i
will be let bv the county court, .lulv Mb,
1SS0, to the lowed responsible bidder. '
The contractors to take charge and be
at all expense in conveying mid paupers
to the hospital, anil receive so many dol- j
Iars in county wrip per week, for each I
person so kept. )
All bids must be sealed and deposited I
with the county clerk before the 7th dav !
of July, lbK. The court reserves the
ritrht to reject any or all bids if the same
do not meet their approval.
By order of the County Court. '
mmb i i ' m i Tnrt srriTwgr
PAY IT
All parties indebted to the luto firm of
Ferry & l'.aih y are requested to call at
the Wane Hotel ami f-ettle with Ferry
& llollan 1 .icdiutely, and save cota.
Fei;v& Hoi.i.avd.
FARM FOR
SALE!
K;n AritEri of ruoiCE laxd
)U at the mouth of Will.iwh
v nigh, near North IJcnd and liirsh-
fiold. (iorwl iimifcft jmil roit hn. iliti"
Adapted fr dairying or genera! farm
- - ..- ...,....,.....,.....,
mg. irood v'i tug (irclinru. (Jne of
the best farm- 1 Coos euiinty. The
Cl' St : .' ,p.,d imi'Ien,enU' wi" 1
r'Jr-Knr fn. 1 r fifirliroilMrj finiilv uf
the oIice of ' Cua-t Mail. "ot
UX9
THE
L8GKHART HOTEL,
Mm. J'. AT. Lovhliavl J'mjtrlctrcs.i
Kiiwiti: Citv, Oq.v.
1- ZDe-virLe,
B00T& SHOE MAKER
MAitsuriti.DjOo.v.
WXXjI. I3C Alit. JCX2VXI3
Or
in athoi.juil, in.iiini-i ami tinu
only the
tsa i aja r a u svaiMtn. i n at
NEW DRUGSTORE,
MAliSFIh'U), on.
iNKXT nOOP. TO MAIL OKi'Ifr!.
ttorts Mcxnoii. rroprtvtov.
FULL STOCK OF
ruars & Medicines,
CONSTANTLY
ltKST JUtAXD
ON HAND.
or VIGAJIS
ryPresoriptions Carefully Com.
pomuledby CompetentPli ysioian
THE LIGHT-HUMING
Tho BEST, LATEST IMPROVED,
nd most THOROUGHLY constructed
SEWING MACHINE ever invented. Ml
the wearing part aro m.-ulc of tho DEST
STEEL, CAREFULLY TEMPERED
and arc ADJUSTABLE.
It lias Iho.i rrojfj TIC TEXfiZOXt It
bJ the LAJtOEST HODB1X; It has tho
EasIostThroadod Shuttle.
The BOBBINS aro WOUND without
RUNNING or UNTUIIEADINQ tha
MACHINE.
It lias a SELr-SETCTNO NKEDCr.s It
hag a DI AT. for rcirulating the length of stitch,
WITHOUT TKVTINU: It has a I.AKOH
Bl'ACi: under tho arm; It li NOISKLKSS,
and lias more iioiuta nfvKHM.EVfi: than
all other machines combined.
?Afjents wanted In locnlltlec
whero wo ore not represented.
Johnson, Clark & Co.0
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
VICTORIOUS!
HIRHFT iti RF9T AWARt"!
IMUIILO. Ui Ul-OI nVYnnU
. . .. ... -
And Grand Xedal ot Honor.
Economy, Durability and Rapidity
combined with perfect work,
Are Distinguishing Features cf the
celebrated
Giant Farm ai Warelioose Fans,
HACE SY
A. P. DICKEY,
Racine, Wis.
Now havtrg many lats tn-.prorements, they arc ful'y
equal t j i. cry demard ; clcann ff a, I kinds cf Gram,
Peas, Bears, Casu.r Hcarj, Corn and Small Seed.
They grade Vhcit pcrie-lv b cncehandlinr Sep
arate Oat- from Wheat, rie and Re They hive
vtry perfrct crransements f-r clean in e Timoihy,
Claver, Fiax teed, Orrhird Grass, and all other
Small feed They Chaff ferfeet'y, and combire
every qua Uf cation required ta do the best work in
the shortest time.
CSS.'
Wareh'i's. ai wM "iT "i MDh, t hrgely on.
itn-cted, toih Li ' it .in g rire us to ftccom
mndite tKr & r ..ri ', i J,ivi 7f capacity effrom 50
t3 5 s Lu&hels per 1 -r, a- rdii g to s re cf mill.
They are ihip'd, b ixrd f r ocean transportbticn,
nc! "set .p" or "Lnock"! d wo" for forwirding
nlard, at rettuested; and ii ell cases put fne on
board Cars or Steamer. Orders filed tame day at
received. )
Mill '-hipped "knocied down" go for half the
Irtijlit charged a when f rwarded "tet up." Oltc
graph and Circulars suppUed on application. Pncet
will Lc r;uotc4 tow aed ou liberal trmt. Corre
pcndcr.ee solicited.
The Coast Mail
ri'liMHIIKTl
JIVIvItY KATL'ltDAY MOUSING
iiv I
WEBSTER, HACKER & LOCKHART,
MarHhflcld, Coos Co., Or. !
'J'eriiiK. In Advance.
Ojioyar -Six
monthti
Three month
lo r.i
1 SOI
1 00
OFFICIAL l'AI'L'It OF COOS CO.
JJEVOTI'J) TO
AX.!. Xiixraa issuiun.
rilK INTKHKSTS OF SOUTH-
KUN OUKGOX ALWAYS
FOKKMOST.
The Development of ourilliiM, the
Iiiipiovenientof our lmrhori, nnd rail
road uoniinnnioation with tlio Iiitorlor.
njni!Uio( ' . r '
It ill
Hi . rTK j 1 H
5'Jj v "Tt-SI A fir
W8$mk
sat, v-A d'&j&iii-wfir
jbj&sTZ&TEiiJi, ocmsr.
Wm.Beirhert,ProprIctop
Keeps constantly on lianil.nn.il
LAGER BEER, ALE AND PORTER,
WHOLESALE m RETAIL.
.in uk is srii'i.iKD wmiTiii: citoH'Ksr nn.ixns ob
INES, LipORS, AND CIGARS
BRANCH SA1.( ON
.ia.iBcsiirir.'.3
.-4
rang;
ac9
DR. C B. GOLDEN, Pkoi-h.
Opposite Xuhuvy'.- Storv.
IIIVi: 0 N S T A X T L Y OX II A X I)
ALL SOKTS OK
IDIRTTOrS
Mi'i;i ; i
o.'iJ.T'-e vi,
Miorsrc mm.
TOlliM'I' All'l'I
CXjI':S, l'WItKttMlilllY,
ISTATIOItfl'lltT -VIVID
SCllOO Ij LlOCJltiS,
CIGABSAxnTOBACCO.
and evei vi'ihi;
Munn i,
; n-i'.il''
I't-fEN-
ll'.t
in a
I'i'cwipllaus .ttrefntlu Com
pounded. !-" tf
E. A. AXOEPuSOX
(illUll
Horses
to
LIVERY AND FEED
STABLE,
MARMinn li, OK.
irA.K
VI'LINf: DOM: AT
Ml OUT N(i
ii.il'U i.iii.-
till! .'1 ( I I ;i
ro VI. AM) U i I( ( N-I N U.v ON II M
00 OK I NO OB IIEATINU
New Excelsior Oil Stove.
Jiut UloTlllns for Light Ilci-MrVtf ,liiC.
It will Ilroll, Rcwt, inl lll ltt ir ttiAn i'.l ui
Wd Sto. fnJ fur Lircalr. .(iiLMbM.lMl.il.
C0LELIAN GAS APPARATUS AND
OIL CO..
78 Mwt tj, - - Uu'Auo, III.
Th Crmt Cure f r Iijrl, Imllgnthiii, lllhuni
rie&Jlcha, l.li.rl iini'in. ler.r uil Ak-u, (.enml
HeMUtjr iil ll t.in.lllitj
vl MuiiiAcli, l.nti V f'l. n
n tha iiwl lU.twii.J
LitnriL of
ABS0HPTI02T.
!'! limn. Nu iK.tur Hill.,
-"uil fur Orculai., v. ril
Medicated
BELTS.
' ii Hit AL.Mjtiua luii
an 1 the re, luu. u It U cau.iLg la U.t kiacic of Luwlt-
D.iM-p.ln lirlt, i'l.
Vrsrruiifl At;iic llrll. 9't.
T.mlc llrll, 'J, unit Infants llrll, 01.
Tll B. ! ill lwul I ny ul'lin Iiro "I .Uk
nrw(pl of fiinnul, ur il in) for lufkiil. IUl
AGENTS wanted in every county in tl
L'mtcil Stales.
Address, FISH Kit MEUICATfiD BKLT CO.
'J.;'J Illinois St., I'hicngo.
WILCOX&WHITE
ORGAN GO.
Merulen, Conn. U.S.JL
wa
-rm
l'1. .. S(Wl
If J tlit iv
tzmm
itiiivit&i
S!34i5j
i &&&. ',. r ft4h
"Children's Blow PedaFs,"!
Adjusted orremovedinslantly.
Invented and Exclusively
usod by this Company,
The most popular
Organs of the clay!
UNRIVALLED' IN QUALITY,
"Tho Wilcox &c Whito
Oricmi XxiHf motor" in tho
BEST and CHEAPEST
in tho markot !
Si Fur JUustriUvl (klulu'jue.
HEMIGALSi
n i;ro-i . '
jis jJr
IUl
"'Hers for i1t n Mipnit'r aitii of
AT EMPIRE CITY,
COOS 33-A."3T
MARKET.
1 i,i:siii a , ii, uui i,u.
w. R.
SlMI-vi.N ,V l. Ill'l I INK
ProplM-lllI-..
IMC DS -A- 00 S
and provisions of nil kinds
wild at die l'iwi4
livniu' rales
and
niil.iriili::i Mtuy point deniird
Kolt
VKSSEI.S.
lAHUilNti CAMTS
AND FAMIUKS,
ALWAYS JFADY.
Sa5"Ve keep mt hint; but tholMtjpK
and uiMiii' ..(!. fact ion.
1 lA-l-lf
!lila wei'k in otirHii town. Tcriim
and ' free. Addn ,s II. II vi i.kit & l'i.
l'liitl.iud. !.lll!(.
PUGENE 0'GQNNELL,:
! I I" I ' li IV !
STOVES & RANGES,1
, I .It. I llllj.lVld '
Hardwarejools,
N 1
hnploiiKMil.. i
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS AND
AMMUfMTION.
L-A-IMIIPS So OILS.
wood a- wii.i.owwaiu:.
Sti titn.W'iiirr 1'ijM. and Fitting, Uraii
ite and l'littd Wan-s.
M M KV II'KHIs ok
TIN, COPPER &SrlEETIHOr.WAI.E.
.lOIt M iH'.li.
Kl ' 1 ll.li UIMI 1I-.'AT'II.
I KXI'US f.r Mnw, IMown
Muni i - 'in.! It. ipi - f'tnii-hrd ,
.it li.ii t Hutu r. I
HIGHEST HONORS
Centennial World's Fair, 78761
nil
SHONINGER ORGANS
BEST INSTRUMENTS.
TbtreoiapiraUToeii'alIencoirrcofrnlxid by
tot JmlKf. lu ihelr ltiiuii, trom whicU ho
fallowiuK la a enr.ct;
"Thn d. sno.vixanu onoArr CO.'O
llillilt o tha lcst liiatrumriit t a
price readerlu? theia voasiblo to a larao clia
cf pnrclisfcrii, Tasting a comblnnlouol Hceii
tnd Hells, prodiic!n norel and pie-asms effect,
containing muiy dtilrablu improvements, wlli
Und longer in dry or camp climate, less lltl.Io
to gtl not of order, all tbo butrilsbelin wsilo
Uren-ply, pnt t-nhrr so It li ImpoMlbl for
thrn to either aiirlnk. awnll or pllt." Till:
U.M.Y UUUUil AWAUDKD TIIIU
IIAMC.
This M'dil and Award wu eranled tftcr ltia
most ssvere c'tupMHioii of tha bo.t inaksr,
btfoi one of tba Juo.t cuuilialuut Juries
erer seiabled.
Wc Btjli ami prices Just lsnr1. which mo
in aconnlaaco with cur rule, tho UlZkT Olb
CAN for the least money,
Tf are prepared to appoint u few new Agent.
niattratcd CabUocnei msiled, post-paid, on
cppUoaUoa to
0, SHONINGER ORGAN CO.,
07 to 1!8 CIItSINnT 8TUKT,
Ilrw IUth. Conn.
nlr.r.ia ,1 nn.if irifiaw mM
-flrfpiivt
K C
Jll ,
wrf:&
' r ,
M
m
j-
&
&&MA
,Tmm1
Viii?
AiM'lili., rufichliliiK nli'ip, thu iiniii
silmn of iiiiii unil color, hid hli'HiinuMit
('iidiiiit iijioii the ii'iurullvn jii'ihtiwh
vvhU'li thin nriceli'MH hiviioruiit Hinuidilv
iiiiiiuti'W un.l currluN Ut u Miiiri'iuifiil i-un-
rillMIOll. HIL'lhll.ill lh ICnUil.'ll IIIH1 HUH-
'..!.. I I ..!..:
"iiaiiiraii.iiiiriiiii . mil im -Mihiuiiuil)
ojKiin ly ti.-- Hltl.;rH, vvl.ii li in inollViiMlyi-
men tvu uui iwii.wmi pamui, vA;)Utiiiu in
eo.'iiiaUNition( ami uiunMigiii)' wut.
pur ww uy mi (iniqpia nu nvuurn
e kr uli)-.
i
i
i
i
f
i'SbS3Wc
5wi
'3BBSSWF&.
f., Jr'-Qnsii
SPW"
W
ITTE
lll'S IX ESS 11 A It l)S.
T.l MACKEY.M. I).
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
EMriiii: Cirv. Oupi.nw
--;-y-jm
M l:m mi n, tiuKi.oN.
C. W.TOWKIl.M. I).
PHYSICIAN & SUR GEGN
MAHniniKi.il, Oiikoos.
W. C AN(1KIM. II.
PHYSICIAN ami SURGEON
Coijuiiic din, thru.
S. 1L Uazaho, J. W. Hamilton
HAZARD iv HAMILTON,
hi iunrcio
.lTTnniirW
cjp. rnimeri inne ati au
Will prai'iit
in tin- various cuiutM
of the Mate.
omi'K AT (Ml'lltr CII'V, doN.
a', nn. sia-XjjniT.
ATTORNEY a- COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
AlAiiSHFin.li.oltltioV.
(1. WKIiSTKK,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
M Mlilll in i, Olihi.oN,
HENRY SENGSTACKEN,
.OTAiivi,riiLiriU,().vn'.i.rEii,
tjumim: citv. u(j..
r'olln'tlon and i.ther IniviueKit plnrd
in niv naiiiiH, win receive prompt attfii
lln. vl-U-tl
V. !. WUK11JT,
r. .v. Mlnprnl and V. S, Deputy
S U U V 1C V O II ,
i Coit'tr.r.K City, Oon.
Will altfiid to thi' iiithuHM of urveyinj!
in iinv part uf tlir i-oiintv .
I'tifni mitpMof ull Ku'rvvi-1 IhihIii, fur
n.-ilii'ihit lmrt ii.itiic
i:. ti. t; it i n i) it u n ,
ATI'.BN'ET asb Ci;l'NEl.l.ltR AT LAW,
iSRli'tStSBO't'I'-v O'lCMCON
iluirt- o ipul.iii' piiliomiL:e in n'fHit
1'iillv m I m.I. :itf
KTtf 'i vuH'k. $12 ii tiny nt limno mi. I
Iv iii.i.Ii- t'oily oiittlt (n-v Ail.lri'iH
Tin i a ,'u Aiiu'iiNta, Mniiii'
Eanal lo Any. ExceM by Hone.
'V I I IC
Taylor & Parley
GABINET ORGAN. '
.TIu cm fuc turn!
t Wottc.ior, Tinas.
,QL
In thcic m.I .ui, i. t 1 11, i ml ,in many
tSSEHTIAL IMPROVEMINTO
v:" r:i;s . ci'i.r o,KJ ,
Almlnii to prod ii oo work which nlmll b
Dunililo, wo lil not auorlllcn thnl which
In not rinnn. unci ynt lo vlti.l to n pnrfnot
Orscnn, In orilor to nuiko n mof o funor
utorlor.
W- . rw slill criitt.Ii;l li Jrent at
SIIIsli mid Approprhito Ciiim
as r I, C.m.l in thu nufket, villi a f.m.h wlutli I.
tit i;:Cl ly ai
A3 RCCARDO TONE,
Til ICLMWINr)
Award wiih Medal & Diploma or Honor
iui c.M'.iro iiv tiiu
CEHTIHNIAL EXHIBITION COMMlSSlONEItS:
.'i.Mrfv1,A'J'1.;ic'l?'.,l"llP'r,'",''l,"T""l
utility In ns:thaIcali.plliircrrttisMirpstsliitfi)dtd."
Vi not f.u nuke aiiplicaiioi anil
JiXAUINK TIIBOK IHQTIlUMBNTfl
I'fur I'uri.lutin
Catalogues fie-, i n ortilicaUoii to lh
Taylor & Farley Organ Co.
WORCESTER. MASS.
.i loMveo ,. i i,v ii i,.,i,..
" -.il. t i In ,-. ilili. s Slisr..
I'm I i.iii'l, M.mii'.
.Uiii'i
l). iV, t'o
E A DEAN k m
UL$S WL.SiV& Cto uyu
Jl. DKAN. 1). WM.I.ciiV
AMI
MICUOIIANT.
('. II.
Wi; mvi: Ai.wavho.n II xii a
A"Hnitini.it Of
Fn.i.
MERCHANDISE.
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE
L"D. IvdZBICI
MANUI''A("rriM') 'I'OOUDKIt
I ,,,
.Villi
SOLD H AMY
QUANTITY DESIRED.
and at thu
THE L0WE8T LIVING PRICES.
SjaJSaiSiri'ifeUliljh
NASBURG & HIRST
j 1'hom-Siuii:t, Mitnnn,i), ()N
N K 'V'.n;!'11 VjJrKA
1 ' 'P iniMluiitly on hand i,
.oiir law and ('onintodious -i,,r '
Will M-liMti'd Mlii.l. of ro,i,
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
riinMNinK of ,(. K s fci,,,,,, M f((
DBY GOODg
of nil l.iinN, the thoicua
GROCERIES
PROVISIONS.
A I. Mtiu.stuii; tip
t'l.OTIIINC,
MATS inn, CAPS,
MOOTS niiil SHOES
lUMJUKI.'S mi.l Oil. CI.OTIIINT
Sl.llM'KlfS mul (HI.ci.oTi '
(J'.OCKKl.Y mul (il.ASS
WAI5H. HAIiDWAKH
mul TOOI.S,
ViiZiWH nnd Tohim
'CO,
I'aliiN, (Ills mid VniilNlit'N,
Cliolft' Wines mul Million,
Tin no ami A'miiiiiltl,,,,.
cr;"i.i:i;v. imnn ,i
n-iu.tiw ir i ,;. mi
Scli.ool 33oolrs
STATIONERY
i.'iTitivimtiNci c-.rosg
yVIV J J IIOM11IIUY
Oitl i'lciiii' show niM'.s iirr llllctl
vvili tin- lim -I
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
l'HU'KS TO SI IT TIIK TIMKS.
N 11. ll y.mxU itiii.uinid nt our
Stun- will Ih diliM ii'd ui' m ilinrLjii
at any iM.int on th mull' of iliu
tc'rtnit.r M.vitlc. vl-Ltf
0'S IIVKIIIMtSlKM.
in riiiiNTiiK thi: ckmiiai. iiori;r
.Mnmhlli'ld, On
If mi want mi mIiiivo,
Ah iJimhI ii harluT over Knvti,
.funic Hon me t iiivmiIimim,
From iiiorti 'till iiijtlit nr Ini.y noon;
My mxiirN' r.huri, my 'i"ioiK. kren,
.My tln it unit aiid'lmvi'N ilfim ;
And tlicrr I think thai yon will lliid
j.ih'ii n riii-if ui kiii i nil' in I ml ;
1 1 trim lhf Imirwitli kill for yi'iitH,
(tf 'ulirM (III- ulr. Ik fifty ri'iitit ;
SlllllllHH.IIK, I'M). I till tllMt Wl-ll,
MilVi' tlio il Hull, llinl ttilltl'll ;
So li.'Ipiiiixr.itioit! if I iiiiiKi. von hoi.
I.i.
. Yuti iiiTil nut jmy a iinrtir of u dollar.
.1. W Cnx.i'riipr
I'. S. Hut and '..M IiiiiIim always toatly
II lstfl
COOS HAY
II
IHITURE
C. 'V
Xji'-il
Sri? O IE!Hj.
c
IMI N HAM)
Uuttrtsft s ,( lliilli(iit,H,
ClMtrs T l.oiinirs,
CriliH ,V Ci'tidlcM,
I'll -.Tier- I KAMI., Mill I.DlN(iS,
TIH.!, MlliltuKS ,U-
I'iiii iiliii;;- t'OIII I'll llllll
M .i.l. ti. Did.r
COI'l'I.XS iiuiili' nl horti ht notice
SEWING MACHINES
Ait vt ii.mi r, Ni i m i s Sn.
V M UK,
lI'f I'ltul'llll.TOIt.
FAMILY
i' p "d" aj n etb i r"tr
Iil.mL1 BIAEiltI
ltd.-
a tim.mi;kma.
U'niild iiiiii. miii'i' lo thi' public
that
tin ir now mai Ut't
OI'I'DSITKTIIIHKNTU.M. IIOTKI.
in Mitv n.:vi:ii
ANIiTIIICYAUi: I'ltni'AKKDto.SKI.I,
.l I KIMiH Of
IlKKI' I'OUK .V. MKATSof Aid. KINDS
provision's'and vegetables
VI.SSEI.S mul lAHiUlXli VAMPS
sfppi.iri)
:, I'liKl.s liiVNTOTIII-:ilKI)j3
.ii
lt)( K
H HOME
Sewing Machines
.11 M'IM.X Kl HI) IIY.STA.MKU!
i nil nvt r.
AT REDUCED RATES, BY
hlJNIlY i I'LOKGHH,
l Minim Iviiipiiu Cily.
V;(!. WEBSTER.
Ili.'.W.i.'lt I.V
.Boots, Shoes
Ami I.i'iiiIm'i- I'IihIIiikh.
.Maiihiiih.i.ii, On,
FHAVK LATKLY KKTUItNKI)
j from .San FraiiciHro with a coin
pli'ln riiot-k of nvt-ry IhiiiK iiimy lino
m ady miidc IkioIh and hIioch, rlc.
DEST MATERIAL ONLY USED.
FARM FOR SALE,
A KM A U, IWI'M KITUATKDON
l lln hank of tho Coiiuillo ftivur
coiitaiiiiiiK "s iK'rt'H
RICH DOTTOM LAND,
With IIoiimo and Oicliiud Cmi hu
Ki'iilud alu HoaNOiialduHiito.
l''or pai'tiiiliii-H ajiply to IZ
llHMtv Hi:.N(iHr,CKi:N,
Kniplro City, Oivru".