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toftstlonnl and Utitlncss Cards.
p. L. WATSON,
ili ii)l Nl Y AND
m KJUNHIU.OK AT I .AW.
h (i, r Gulden's iltux itoic, Front t,,
S. P. WILSON,
.. ( AT LAW
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f l s, ngstncU n ft Smith's building,
l.hl'iM v '" "" 1",r"11
JOHN A. GRAY,
ll.)KNl V AT LAW.
.....,. Lim & Kiiitlli't liiilhtlni,.
n, in ''". ." ".".: '
( I I) It UlUIIIi VIV""'
li. II. HAZARD,
I iiipli I II) , t' comity, Orrgon.
,1 V AT WW.
ti r.il li.Mitni i hihI Kwl I5IhIm
!,ih; e I liy. '""o- K'i'i'ly. Ornuwi.
A gen I,
kfliie iur uh my iwiik, i runi
IljfJifi.lil. c oni muniy. Oregon.
JOHN F. HALL,
i IIOUNI A' A I I-W.
Orke over Joliu Krri)oit store, I iomi sired,
,, .rlil. OiiV'ii 4 Kml lUttle AruiI.
nb;i,c.n .v i.iini:.
If AM Kl l l.i lll.IWiiiiiiinuni.lv
f J j I UAOI AMI i OI.LLCI ION Ol'l lt.lt.
(Mi c In Wctrr Il'iuk Mock, lion! street.
ill Clnliiw Against (ho (Impnimpiil
I'uivorit obtained fur nny soldier who his
tvrdyiily mid i disabled from eiirnlnc
ii mil r.l M.uiu.ii ititur, irgutnri o iu nu
I the , s ibltity ncciiirrd.
1 It ik widows Mill minor ciiiiuin ace cni,-
' li I . n i m.
cr I ten I INtntu of till lhKcrllluiis
Ml -IW I L-, UU
C. W. TOWIiR, M. D
1I1.-.U I N AM) MJKUI ON.
Oiln r lii tin1 ciil niil of .sn;itickeii &
Snitli iMillilinif I'miii lrerl, XI irshntld, Oi.
J. T. McCORMAC, M. D.,
TllslCIAN .iNI SL'KOl'ON.
niTii wiser the Marslifc Id Drug Store,
tliul. Marsiifiild, Cuo county. Oregon
J. D. SPONOGLH, M. D.
WCIAN AND SUIUII'ON.
Office. In Webster's Mel ImlMing, (p uir.)
' A. Mi EVANS, M. D.,
IIYHK IAN ANDSUKOl'.ON.
,,,,..., .1... .....i .... I nf HolLirid blllldlnc,
Front Street. M.uslitlflit, Or. Inquire nl tlol
ilen't ilinc Unto n,y'S
DR. H. E. DUNHAM,
.1 fl hUKOI-UN
Onir.orr Lirnl' ltrc,
Iii.IpI, Mimhfielil. Orgi.n.
Can I"-' IouiilI tit
J. C. COOK, M. D.,
pHYMCIAN AND SUUOICON.
' Office In Sengusikrii's liiill.lliiB. '-"U'l chY
( liy, t'oi) county. OriHn.
pHYMC IAN AND hUKtll.ON.
Oilier In O't'imiioir liuiMlntr,
a-Oll'icli'ir r''ii 0 In il .
in. p in., ninl fio-ii (i to B p. ni.
K" MIX IANICAI. DKNIIhT.
-.. itiwir V f
Omin In l'ie Vwn ioninioTllilmi:
SrnBslMkrnA Sni.lh'i MUUta. I roi.l ilu.l.
Manlifirlil, t'o'X tnnmy. OrcRon
iNllrmi..l.-K'r l'l,l,,8 " 'MI
for the u!iili ciriKiln of ff"'-
DR. F. II. NICKERSON,
JJ,UitlllFll'.M, 0 I
OKriCKt-In llollim.l liull-llni:. l ro"IJ fur-
... ..l.ll.ullr kliv.lr. Ml
inriiy uwvi , . " -
j. i. :A.tii,insi.i.t
.... . iimriH'AO
IVII. liNOINKliK ANU buivv -..
Ollicn wllli John 1 II ill, MnrslifieM, OrcRon.
V, v.. uiJin,tniS,
Mini rim ninl inrftci uni " ? ,',l'",
nnd fineieil I mils furnished on ." " "?;
jtiTAildriiss leiU'ts ll3 nl 'Nl"r""ui
.. '. wiw'osi
1IVII. I'.NCIINI'.UK AND hUKVRYOK.
I'll, u.lnn.-llnu. illitlies llimies ami rtnu
loouu'd, lines .1.1.; plans, .nips nnd asiiniaiw
furnished for nil ch of woik, lownslto
work n sped illy, t'onli.ii is 'i'!" 1,11,1,1 Or
run. ..mi il. f.'iiAST Ma ., Marshfithl, ur.
Umpire City. Oregon.
Abstracts of lltlu to iwil proiwrty hi f 00s
county fiiriilshcl nioiuplly. Have 11 1 J ''
V. ,1S. VOB.MMANi
Nwr Wasliliiiji ii.
. . s,ii I'mni-U
Shut 111 llirk Woul, llvdej, and nil Mods of
producu sold 011 loiuuilisioii -,,.riir
1 All business onlrinleU lo me will l '
ItendcU to. u, 3
GRAY & HILL,
Real Estate Brokers,
Onipp In Hpii(rHliicl.pii Si Smith' llulhl-
lug, lYonl HIi-ppI.
All Kinds of Property For Sale or Ex-
cliaiip;e.-Good Investments. Per
sons Havintr Farms For Sale or
Lands to Dispose of, will Do
Well to Consult This
St irk SI., Portland, Or,
IlAKdAI.VS roll CASH OK OK TI.'Ii:,
A fow Iwi'ilm fjlfrrcd will l found liclow:
A lionw ninl lot In tin: town of Mntilificld.
1'ilr. $1200, one Imlf c i.li, Uiluic ntoit;ij:
KTiiriti, 'I hi U :i nuc ili.Tiice lo cciir n risl
iltiicv In .1 i;ood loanllty.
iijoo ( acri', 8o ncroi Rood lioltom lind,
Imlinc.' 1,111 nnd IiciicIi hud cuvcuil uitliiliittini
lrM. I inly ncrcf of liollom nnd cleared nnd
uiidur friitc; n ijoikI orchud, fair liouv: nnd
turn, 'Ililj nl.ia; will soon tic very v limbic
n it l sltinlrd in tlie centre of a rich lountry.
A fine ihlrv miilIi. cnuvljiini! of 600 ncics of
I mil, 30ouc.iv lioltom nnd nirly nil cleared.
'Hilt iLu-c will lie sold with nil the firming lm
pleiiRiiUnnil ttock. conilitini of iip.irus of
to haul o cattle. lernit, part cnili nnu pan
on tlinr. This is one of the liest pines tcr
olfcir.1 fors.ile in Cios county,
We luvc n dcslrnlitr liuilillnt; lot, 15x100, In
M.irthhetd lur sile. Dju'I nil Scnlc nt once,
jsooo. One of the finest resilience lots In
town, with i'ihiiI house nnd Imiii.
Two lots, ceutnilly located, In residence part
Twonnd one-liiif ncrcs of tide land, willmi
the corporate llnnti of the town of Mnrshficld.
Front Street, Marshficld, Or.,
IE. HI. M'i:iri:ie, : : : l'ropiletor.
ITAVINO JUST Ol'liNKD OUK NKW
B'tl unit 11.111 incut 111-iiket. first ljulldini! south
of Nnsliurc& Hirst's store, we nrc prepared to
furnish, nt the lowest II in" rates, the lies! nl
Ileef, Venl, Million. Turk, ivilt Meats of nil
Until, Vrp Milk, tuiuuil (jootti, nntl 1'iiinly
niocerios of all tlociipliom Vessels nnd I-og-clni;
Cniiips promptly siippllal.
Such a li.ire of puhhc patronage ns first-chss
fjowli, low prices nnd square dealing entitle us
",.';,,r""'""" '"""J m. wii.nr.K.
R. M. HUTCHINSON, - - Proprietor.
A NIZW IMOKT, hurri.iuu Willi
And nil the appointments of
A FIRST-CLASS SALOON.
FIHE & MARINE
,13 WashlnRtoii St ,
Ol'l 11 1 .
-01 1 IC I.KS -I
Ineweiiberjj. lns.,J. McCmcVen. Vice
PrtHdinl, r. M. Wnrriii. 1 nosurt-r. K. J'.
lJ11rh.ul, Secret ny nnd Manager; h. I.vcatl,
Assist ml Manager.
loliN I", llAI.I., AK'-iU. Marshficld, Or., nnd
.I", hioi in. Ai;tnl, Kuiplre Cny, Or. 0034
City Drug Store!
w. .1. liirri.i'.it, iMop.,
ATTHK POSTOFKICB UUILDIKa,
Fancy Coodo, Patent Modi-
I Ircn constantly on hand ho finest brands of
1 r.c, 1 T. L11., riomra ever hronr.ht to
CoosyVnistVTi.clVest l.mnds of Tobacco.
1'Kt.SCIIin IDNS SKIU UI.UtU'llni.M.,
TOYS AND OAN'DIKS, NOTIONS,
1HJ0K8 AND STATIONfiftV.
J, W. Uennnctl
Capital In B"in0aJ '
000; Surplus? S.DOOO.
N M iWllisuiuui
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MARSHFIELD, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4.
A CONGRESSIONAL SCRAP.
The Members Get There All The Same.
Wahiiinoton, Alij. 27. Tlioro wan a
flglitwlili biro kiniiklcflon tho floor of
tin) Iioiirii (IiIh nfloriioon. Two or tluco
POiiKrpsBirinn callpil cneli oilier llarH nnd
iiiilli'ipplllictHlo piuli other. IIIowh
MIovspiI nml frlomlH who rnnlipil In ns
(lenemn ikuiH, neio drawn into tlionronn
until llm l,j ninco, wliloli Is broitht
out only to pri'Fcrvo lliu ponco of tlui
Iioiimi, hud lo ho taken to tho wilm-
IIIIIKO Till) HPCI10 WnB till) IllOUt BUIIfll-
II01111I thitt Iirr Diuiirri'il in tho lionso
for yeaifl. WIIhoii, of Washington, ami
Hcckwlth, of New .forcoy, wnro thocotn-
,lutniitH, whllo Cannon nnd Mason, of
Illinois, Willlnni-, of Ohio, anil Lchl
lmL'k,of Now.ieii-oy, wcro "In il." It
canioiliiiiiij? tho height of tho flliliiifl
teilnjjoti tho ponipoitiiil lunl hill. Ma
hdii nnd Ciiiinoii have been having n
pirlhiini'iilnry ll(;ht for two ilnjs nnd
tlmlr lilootl was up. During n healerl
pannage of words, Mr. Cannon inndo
Homo loinarkH lo Mr. Mnnon vvhieli
vvnro unfit for pnhliration they nioteil
of muni. Jvlr. Mbfoii mis to indignant
Unit Int look it an a pcrnoual iiiRtilt to
IiIm family, noiuo meinhora of which
wote in Ihu (,'illory. Knloe wanlcil tho
iciiuirkfl "token down," hut tho speak
er ruled him out on n point of order.
It appears Mr. Mason said Mr. C.tn
11011 was a dirty tininp. Half n dozen
inninboiH with talking nt onco. Wilson
wns sittinir on tho riht of Mr. I.ohllmuk
nnd Mr Ilotkwith on tho left. Wilson
hnd no Hympathy with MaFon for lie,
liko in.iny other repiiblicnns, had grown
vory llrcil of thu fllibii8terlni. Ho is a
vory nervous man nnd said ho (Mason)
had 110 Im'inosB lo inako such tin attack
Then lleekwilh camo in. Ho said:
"Mhhoii Is right. Cannon is ti low-lived
tramp. Ho put my nnmo in his resolu
tion yesterday as being an absentee. I
"It does not make much diflorcnci,"
said Wilson. "You nro absent enough
lo inako tip for il."
Up lo (his tiuio tho dialogue had been
half in good nattiie, hut Hcckwilli got
angry nt once. Ho jumped lo his feet.
His faui was afire.
"You nro a damned liai," ho said to
"You aro nnothor," replied Wilson,
jumping up nnd turning pale. Ho has
not been well for some weeks and Dm
excitement showed itself. Hotrombled.
"You'ro a damned - from
Washington!" hissed Heckwith, using
an epithet that is supposed to bo con
lined to thu slums, nnd which usually
means fight. It did in this case. Wil
son rnifod his tight for ISeikwith's jaw
Tho Now Joreey man had not an in-
stunt to parry. "UifT Mr. Wilson
landed squarely. Tho demounts Bliout-
ed tipplaii?o. Tho republicans crowded
nroitnd thorn. Speaker Keed pounded
i.ilh hisgavnl. Sam, called "Titnol"
Others ran down tMf
two men, yelliMajlil
ii of their
Mr. LoblhMlHPQHR M'nt tho
blows hniLjwyo and tuk
ing eai'liu jBinsaHMItn by thu col
lar, hehsVByligiBecknlUi struck
onco at IHP1 not loach him.
Mr. WillinmHprliio, tried to draw
"eikwlth ttway, rtnd Heckwith turned
to naup with him. Then tho Suigo.tnt-nt-iirins'
deputy brought ho mnco from
lis phiL'o nbovo tho desk, nnd befoio tho
rods and tho oaglo thu light stopped.
It wns several minutes lefoio older
wasresloicd. Wilson began to make
an apology to tho hotiso, but tho Bpeak
or ml vised him to withhold bis lumurks
for I lm present. JIo did so. Then tho
lllibuHlcring went on again. Later In
thu day Mr. Heckwith apologized to Mr.
Wllfon. Mr, Wilson nccepted tho apol
ogy. Thoy shook hands and sat side by
hide nnd chatted tor llfteeu minutes, the
observed of all thu galleries.
A Striking Object Lesson.
What nro tho souiccs nnd causes of
tho unoxnmpled development that (s
Inking phii'o in thestutoof Washington?
While tho natural rosotirces of tho state
nro voiy gioat, yd natural icsources
alono, wrought upon by tho ordinmy
methods of immigration nnd unaided la
bor would not produce a phenomenon
Boicinmlmblo. Tho seeict lies mainly
in tho rapid introduction of capital into
tho Btato; and this rapid introduction of
capital is duo to the fact that capital in
Washington la allowed unrestricted
movement and freedom of action.
To Oiogon thoro never has boon nn
object losson equal lo this. Washing
ton InvltuH investments; tho fact has bo
como known, and bIio gets them. Mon
ey Is pouring into tho' ttalo fiom all
iimrlers. II Books ovory opportunity j
itoiitorslnloovoiy nvonuo; It croatos
cities, builds mills, opens mines, makes
farms, irrigates lands and establishes
InOustrico of all kinds. It it planted
whoiovor mon boo a prospect that mnv
In time produce dividends or yield piof
Its, Not bo In Oiogon. What is the
ruiieon? Simply tins: mho laws 01
WiiHhint?'01' mvor Investments of capi
tal, while the laws of Oregon practically
fo hid it JuvohtinonlB nro free in
asliiiit'n,ln0.igon thoy nro hom
peiptl, trammeled, rostilctcd by our tax
laws and by tho practices that have
giown up under Ihom,
Thoro is no usury law In Washington
anil money may ho lent on mortgage In
Washington without subjecting tho
lender or borrower to tax. Capital,
tliorofort) finding a frco flold, is pouring
Into Washington, filling tho stalo with
Industries, nnd effecting a transforma
tion whoso 1 np!d 1 ty nnd'oxlont has sel
dom boon witnessed in tho growth of
our slates. On the Pacific slopo thoro
never has been anything to compnro
wilh it. What has been dono in Wash
ington during tho last few years has
been mainly tho work of capital intro
duced from ubroad. This capital has
been Intioduced becutteo tho pooplo
have invited It, havo not hindered Its
frco movement by usury or tnoitgngo
tax laws, and havo been wisely content
with taxation of tho property it has
created, instead of taxing tho credits or
loans on which tho induetrial dovolop
ment of tho country is founded. Had
sho uot extended lo capital this Invito
lion and opportunity, Washington would
not hnvo witnessed for twenty-five years
to como the development sho lias now
in so short a tlmo achioved.
Will not this press of Orepon unlto in
urging amendment of tho tux system of
our state, Including repeal of the mort
gage tux law 7 Kxpcrienco makes It
clear that tho prebont system oppresses
tho stnto and rntaids its progress.
Thoro is n 1 cat-on why capital Recks
Washington nnd avoids Oregon. What
can tho reubou he oilier than heroin in
dicated? Our mortgage lax law utterly
fails of tho purpose for which it was in
tended. It does not favor tho borrower,
and if even it makes tho lender pay a
tax ho simply shifts it. But it does im
pede business transactions; it does pro
vent tho free movement and investment
of money; it docs keep capital out of tho
state. Will not tho wholo press of Ore
gon join in asking tho legislature to ro
lioal it? Let capital flow freely into
Oregon, and wo shall speedily havo a
dogrco of activity nnd development hco
ai great ns that witnessed in Washin-
ton. Hut this will never be in Oregi n
so long as wc insist on damming up the
very fountains of all octivo enterprise.
.Millions of capital havo gone Into Well
ington from Oregon during tho Inst ten
years, fcolely becntibo it could find in
vestments thoro which tho laws at homo
forbid. Is this to continuo? Then ly
tho cud of tho noxt decado Washington
will havo twico tho population and more
than twico the wealth and business and
prosperity of Oregon. Orogonian.
A Good Time.
Tho Cosmopolitan Magazino gives a
glowing inscription of a society reccp';
"When one of this class gives a tea or
reception in tho city the occasion is pre
cious to tho pocioty journal. It is her
alded in ndvnnco with elaborate de
scriptions of tho house, its furnituro,
carvings, lnpeBtric3, Bilver, and tho cost
of these things individually and collec
ively. To fco and admiro theBc at
thousand or moro people will submit to
a jam and crush, with no rovvard except
to "eoo unreal mannorB and hear com
monplace speech, Bay what 0110 only
half feels to persons ono docs not half
liko, nnd pick a way between frivolity
nnd falsehood or wade fbiougb a muddy
mixture of both."
Tho tiuests are turned loose with no
organized plan for their pleasure or en
tortainment. Nobody knows anybody.
People nre flushed on tho stairway;
they faint In tho suppor loom, where
plates filled with saccharine viands are
held high over tho heads of a panting
crowd, flnnlly finding a peaceful place
of toposo upon tho delicato Nile-greon
or rose-colorod robe of Borne fair wear
er. They struggle through a meleo of
satin, velvet, lace and flowers to find
tho drawing room and say a word to the
master of tho house. There ho stands,
a patient silout non-committal host, lost
in contemplation of tho Hubol ho has
called around him. Ills thoughts stiay
far nuny as ho ylolds to the Influence of
tho hot perfume-laden atmosphere. Ho
wishes his father could sco him now,
the fiugul tradesman whoso hard-oarn-ed
savings horo eflloresco in bo much
splendor. Ho goos no further. Ances
tors I The word is (nconvonlont
At last it is nil happily ovor.
hostess has been worn out long
and listens to the good afternoons
"what a lovoly tune" overybody
had, with 11 llxod and sickly smile.
"Kvoiybody" isglnd when it Is ovor.
Pooplo peilsh waiting for their car
riages. Most of them however aro res
pectful. Whatever thoy may think,
they do not Bay it wns a "beastly nuis
ance" or "horrid bore" thoy moan to
do tho same thing themselves some
time before Lout.
"lean go to no moro of them," Bald a
young girl to hor mother. "I will go
with you to all tho funerals you wish)
Theiois hope at a funeral, of a joyful
losurioctlonjat an afternoon tea there
is no hope!"
It bus beon considered hitherto doslr-
ablo for a nation to bo largely engaged
in tho shipping or carrying trnde, but
just now wo ought to congratulate our
selves that wo havo so llttlo of it.
Freight is bo dilllcult to place that ?to.
per bushel premium has been offered by
the Bhip for the prlvilogo of taking tho
grain without any chargo whatsoever.
NOT A CANDIDATE.
Blaine's Friends Say He Will Not Enter
'I he Presidential Race.
A Washington special to the Philadel
phia Times has tho following alleged
trustwoilhy news: Aclosonnd intim
ate friend of Hlaino is said to havo ask
ed him quite recently whothor bo would
under any circumstances bo a candidate
for the presidency in 1892, or whether
ho would allow his frionds to push his
can so beforo the national convention.
The secretary In reply, declared in a
most positive way that ho had no inten
tion of becoming a presidential candi
uato and ilia not caro to pose oven as a
possibility. He had no doubt his friends
would bo delighted to bring his name
before tho convention at a single word
from him, but ho added emphatically
that ho did not intond to givo that word.
This news has created considerable dis
cussion here, an many of the secretary's
friends had concluded from his recent
actions that ho was not unwilling to
seek tho nomination, and had already
begun to flguro on the possibilities of
such occurrence. Whilo nono of his
friends wero willing to speak for publi
cation in tho matter, there seemed to bo
a general feeling that tho secretary '3 an
nouncement was to bo taken in all ser
iousness and sincerity. In this connec
tion one of Blaine's closest allies in
congress said to day, in his opinion, tho
recent attitude of tho republicans on tho
tarifTand election bills had much lo do
with tho secretary's determinatic."
"Ho is very Btrongly opposed to tho
election bill," Bald this congressman,
"and ho is almost as hostile to the Mc
Kinley bill as it now stands. His ef
forts to bring ids own beforo tho public
havo been so badly received by many of
his former friends in congress, that bo
is disposed to await tho outcomo of
events rather than put himself at tho
head of the party in its present lino of
The Rod nnd Gun club of Coos bay
ought to make a move toward stocking
Hie rivers and lakes of Coos county
with black bass, Tho fish can be had
from California without great expense.
A good authority on the subject says:
"The black bass, as anybody who has
an angler's knowledge of tho subject will
admit, is the finest gamo lists that is
found in our Northern water, affording
far moro sport than any trout caught
west of the Rocky mountains, and, in
tlio judgement of many, superior to our
trout as a fish for tho table, whether
fried or baked. The objections urged
to the colonization of tho black bass aro
that as a predatory fish it would depop
ulate tho waters where salmon and
trout spawn. This objection is without
foundation. There are no finer trout
and salmon waters in the world than
the tributary streams of tho St. Law
rence, which is famous or its black bass
fishing. Tho streams emptying into
Lake Huron are full of trout, while the
waters of Lake Huron and LaVo St.
Clair are full of black bass. Tho Dela
ware and SuBquohanna are stocked with
black basB, and so is tho Potomac,
without any remonstrance from trout
Tho habit of tho black bass is entirely
different from that of tho trout or sal
mon. Tho bass does not seek the head
waters of rivers or brooks to spawn or
feed, but spawns on Bandy or rocky beds
in rivers or lakes and seeks its food in
tho eame locality, It is a vry act
ive, handy fish; not delicato aboi't its
food, and there is no reason why it
should not thrive in nny of the streams
in Oregon, liko tho Willamette, which
nro at present stocked with wortbloss
chub and suckers. The bass when full
grown weighs from -'J to 5 pounds, and
is sometimes taken weighing over seven
pounds. In three yoars from the date
of stocking tho fish will bo full grown.
He is a broad-shouldered, chunky fish,
built liko a Morgan roadster. Tho carp
introduced into our rivers are a worth
less fish for the table."
Silver Sugar Lumber.
In view of tho protective reduction of
the duty of sugar, I Jong Kong reflnorios
nro Bonding samples of sugar horo for
examination and comparison, and it is
poBsiblo that if the duty is reduced,
sugar may be importod horo in consid
erable quantities from that placo. Tho
sugar compares very favorably with
that in tho markot here. It could hiivo
bcou landod horo a whilo ago for -l)q
cents a pound, hut now owing to tho
riso in silver it would cost 5 coots a
pound. The legislation in regard to sil
ver in congress has produced souio ro
mmkablo changes in financial raattors.
Threo months ago if a man had $100 in
silver owing him in China when ho
dtew on it ho couldQget $72.50 in gold.
Now owing to the riso in silver he gets
U1 SO in gold far his $100 dollars in sil
ver, A cargo of lumber sent from hero
to China was sold whon silver to pay
for it was wortli $74 on tho $100, and
the lucky eollor will now got $01.50 gold
for ovory $100 Jin silver, a very hand
some profit. Theso things Boom to
bliovv that tho value of silver can bo in
creased by legislation.
A good lurui of 240 acres on Tonmilo
lako for sale cb,eap. Inqulro at this of
fice oi Gray fe jlill.
Homo years ago wo wero very mucl
subject to severe spl'i of cholera mor
bus; and now when ue feel nny of tin
symptoms that usually proceed tha
ailment, such as sickness nt tho stom
nch, diarrhoea, etc., wo becomo scarj
Wo havo found Chamberlain's Remedj
the very thing to straighten one out i,
such cases, and always keep it aboul
It is somewhat similar to tho usua
cholera cures, but eeeras to contnin in
grcdienfs that render it moro pleasant
to take, and that do their work mori
quickly. Sherifr Doveraux tells ns tha
ho is subject to cholera morbus, and re
cently folt a spell coming on, whon In
obtained a bottio of Chamberlain's Col
ic, Cholera and Diairhcea Remedy, am
two doses made him all right. Wo an
not writing this for a pay testimonial
but to let our readers know what is t
good thing to keep handy in the house
Troy, (Kan.,) Chief. For pale by II
Sengslacken, Marshficld and Empire.
ThoTiueris the host mower made;
$00, at O'Connell's.
Monitor steel ranges for hotels, board
ing houses, logging camps, and famih
sizes, atO'Connoll's hardware honFo.
Golden has started his soda works,
for the season, and is ready to furnish
resh bottled goods made with improved
machinery from pure fruit juices. Send
in your orders. The only bottling es
tabllshment on tho const that manufac
tures exclusively from pure fruits.
Sarskildt for Skandinaver
Ettfullt lager af Svenska medicincr
finnes alltid att tillga i Golden's drag
store till billiga priser. Hoad Ni be
hofver af mediciner, booker, juvoler,
toalettprydnader m. m. bor Ni kopa hos
Golden for att inbespara penningar.
De finasto viner och Iikoror for medicin
ska andamal finnas der ocksa. Besok
Golden's drug store, hvaretit Ni skall
rona ott godt bemotande och inbespara
Will be held at
Jackson county, Oregon,
Beginning Monday, Sept. 22, 1890, and contin
uing six days.
Over $7,000 Offered for
Premiums and Purses.
The Fruit Grower's Annual Exhibit will take
place on M onday, Sept. 22d. Even body un ited.
AH the gates will be open nnd free on Mon
day, the first day of the fair.
Every facility will be offered to those wishing
to camp on the grounds.
For booth and other privileges apply to the
becretary, at Jacksonville.
KOIIEKV A. 3I.K.It,
J. II. ROBERTS. L. A. ROBERTS.
J, H. Roberts & Soii
Myrtle Io tut, Or,
J5SF"Marke table Produce of nil kinds
taken in exchange for goods.
D ORSES TO LET AT ALL HOURS.
Hauling dono at short notice.
WOOD and COAL always on hauu,
which will be delivered anywhere nt the
tS"Having just received a new benrso
I am now prepared to take chaige of
VEGETABLE rAMACEA .
ROOTS Si 1IL'RS5,
FORTHE CUriC Of
i I 3. .iSK,
AND ALL OTHER DISEASES
ARISINQ FROM A
DISORDERED STATE orcicSTOIK
rOH SALE BV ALU
DRUGGISTS & GENERAL DEALERS
wsniiFj?tyaraa2ay'7zsr - --
I SI 1 1 LA 1 1 -a si J 'j JSHIhI
LIVRERY AND FEED STABL.,
QADDLE HORSES AND IJUGGYTEAMS
O furnished nt all hours.
IIALTLlNGdonc at lowest rates.
COAL and WOOD delivered at bottom
tf NEW HEARSE furnished forfunerals,-i
FULL LINE OF
Ladies', Gent's and Children's
Boots and siloes.
Custom-made Boots and Shoes a spe
tr Repairing: neatly executed at short
notice and reasonable prices.
Corner of Front anil A streets,
JOHN SNVDER, :::::: Proprietor
THIS WELL-KNOWN AND FAVORITE
HOTEL has lust been entirely refitted and
refurnished throughout and Is again open to the
public for patronage.
New beds and spring sciattresses have been
placed in almost etery sleeping room of this
house and neither trouble nor expense has been
spared to put everything in first-class order.
Board and Lodging, per week , 15.0a
Board, per eel '
bmgle Meals 03
Front Street. Marsnfield. Or.
J. L. FERREY, :::::: Proprietor.
And Reasonable Charges.
TTAVING LATELY COMPLETED A
8 B l.irfria flflHitlri In ttm K . TT.s.1 -
havinir riAtl nn f3ttpns:iiss --rs.rin tn k: i:-.
of business, we can safely guarantee to our pa
trons comfort and accommodations excelled by
no other house on the bay.
Tine Keaaing-room of this Hotel contain
the leadinir ninic nf ,!., Atlintt tn. , u
Board and Lodging, per week $5-co
Board, per week 4.00-
Single Meals go
Front street, Marshfield, Or.
PAUL BARTHOLEMY, - - Proprietor.
JIT TAItXES AKE SUPPLIED
with the best the market nflhrrfa nnrt nwrimm
attention guaranteed patrons.
Board and lodging by the week $S.oo
Board, aer week . n
Single meals aj;
firvr xrn rvi-rr
EMPIRE CITY, OREGON.
MRS. A. H. MOORE, PROPRIETRESS.
AVING LATELY TAKEN i
: : : .. . --;. r- - "" 1 7
ui 1 11 ir iiisv riniri nnn n s 1 rm i bib 1
icuiivc experience in mis line olt,tmmtm.yM?St
nn cnrMv rnimnlM a n... I M '" IFl"-
and accommodations excelled by 4 elite! Iisusi'g
in the county. The tables are sapplled with tho
best the market affords.
Empiro Oity, Or.,
GILBERT & EVENSON, - -Proprietore.
MIRRORS, PICTUKE FBAME8,
Bed-Room Sots, Parlor Sots,
Chairs, Mouldings, and
ALL KINDS OP UPIIOLSTBRrSa DONS'
tcSiore In Cammann building, Empire City.
!Ib MAI N
VROITT t9r l!I,
jv. wioia x .oo? ov
THE SPRING SUMMER TRADE,
COOD FITS WARnAfMTgD.
tPlease call and examine my slock and be
convinced. R. MAIN.
Freight from San Franolso
to Cooa Bay.
K. E. HINOJIMAN, Agent, Porter,
Ctioa County, Oregon.
Han Francisco oflico, 321 Clifornltv
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