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pr('eu!ril and Builneai Cardi.
D. L. WATSON,
vuuiwi'.ijjh Alt lAWi
Orrifi" Over Ooldeii's druff storr, Front it,,
S. F. WILSON,
. TrOHNKV AT LAW.
OflSes In fenjslackrn ft Smith's building,
Kinbfield, Coo county, Oregon.
JOHN A. GRAY,
i TTOHNRY AT LAW.
Office In ttanRitAckrtt ft Hmltli't building,
j,rhnclJ, Coot county, Oregon.
S. H. HAZARD,
TTOUNISY AT 1.AYV,
Kmplre City, Coo county, Oregon.
TTOKNKY AT I.AW.
Oncrnl Iniuraticr and Rml Kstite Aeent.
Coqullle City, Coot county, Oregon,
J. W. DENNETT,
COUNSKI.OR AT IJVW.
Office- over Coo lUy ItanV, Front street,
Kjulificlil, Cooi county. Oregon,
JOHN F. HALL,
i TTOKNBV AT LAW.
Office over Jolm Kcnyon's store. Front itrcet,
Jtlsribfield, Ufrgon.jWKrat KUI Agent
LAW. RKA1, ESTATi:, LOAN. IMOKUR
liltAUK AND COLLIXI'ION OFKICIi
Office In Webster's Illicit Iltock, Front street,
All Claim Afruliiwt tlio (loveriimeiit
Petitions obtained fur any soldier who tins
served 90 days, unit i dlufoled from earning m
support At MjhujI Later, regardless at to tiow
tlic iln.tljlllty occurred.
Soldiers' widows nnd minor children ore ertll
tied to pensions.
or lt-nl Estate of nil DcRcrltittoun
for Sale. JyUI
C. W. TOWER, M. D.v
plIYSICIAN AND SUKGI'.ON.
Offices In the cast end ot ScngHacVen ft
Smith's building. Front street, Multifield, Or.
J. T. McCORMAC, M. D.,
pilYSICIAN AND SURGKON.
Offices ovrr llic Marslifictd Drug Store, Front
street, Maislifield, Coos county, Oregon.
J. D. SPONOGLE, M. D.
"PHYSICIAN AND SUKCiKON,
Offio In Webster's brick building, (upstair,)
Marslifield, Oregon. m8
A. M. EVANS, M. D.,
TpHYSJCIAN AND SUIIOI'.ON.
Offices In ilicwcstrnd of Holland building,
Front street, Mwshfleld, Or. Inqulro at Ool
den'i drug store. '"X'5
DR. H. E. DUNHAM,
HHOMOKI'ATIItC PHYSICIAN AND
Office, over Undo's store. opposite Wanco
hotel. Marslifield. Oregon. Can be found at
office at nlglits.
J. G. COOK, M. D.,
jpHYSICIAN AND SUROUON.
Office In Sengiucken's building, Kmplre City,
City. Coos county, Oregon.
pilYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office In O'CnnnelP building. Front street,
tarOffice hours From 8 to 11 a. m.; from 1
to p. nt., and from 6 to 8 p. m. ami
DR. O. E. SMITH,
SUR01 M&ftSBlCM. DKNT.ST.
Offices In the Front rooms over tlio drug store.
Scngstackcit & Smith's building, l-ront street,
Marshfield. Coos county. Oregon.
WNlirous oslde gas or laughing gas given
for the wlnlcs extraction of tcelli.
DRF. H. NICKERSON,
OrrtCSi-In HolUnd building, In rooms for.
merly occupied by Dr. .Steele. I"
a. v. vxniniM.i.,
ilVIL BNOINUHR AND SURVEYOR.
Office with John F. Hall, Marshfield, Oregon.
W. I'm KIHAUIN,
Une.nmand perfect maps of all survejed
and entered tandi fumWiedon ihort noilu.
WAddress letters to wo at Marshfield, ur.
jr. i vr.Mror,
piVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR.
City engineering, ditches, flt-nte. ' J
locatc'd. iffies run. U. "knd ?Sw
furnished for nil classes of we k. lovtnsiie
work a specially. Contrac u ! .
Office with tne uoasi "'"'" -
Kinplro City, Orego".
Abstract, of title TTI aof
county furnished promptly. Havo tt wt g"
Struct. nMmnr -
V. M. VOLICAN,
.. I'.nni tirrtft.
Shl.tlm UArk. Wool. Hydcs, and all kind, of
produce sold on Commission. carefully
All buslwu entrusted to m w11 w i'" '
VOL. XII MARSHFIELD, OREGON, THURSDAY,
GRAY k HILL,
Real Estate Brokers,
Onico In Honarntackcit & Hmllli'n IJnIM-
Inp, 1'rolit Street.
All Kinds of Property For Sale or Ex-change.-Good
sons Having Farms For Sale or
. Lands to Dispose of, will Do
Well to Consult This
WHITXKV, UcVlOAR & CO,,
27 Stnrk Hi'., l'ortmnd, Or.
IIAIK1AINH FOK CASH Oil OX TUSK,
A few liarg.ilns offered will be found betow:
A house and lot In the town of Marshfield.
IMce, $1300; one half cash, balance mortgage
security. This Is 11 rare chance to secur a resi
dence In n good locality.
moo 160 acres, 80 acres good bottom land,
balance hill and liench land covnred with shilllm
trees. Forty acres of bottom Land cleared and
under fence: a good orchard, fair house and
barn. This place will soon be very valuable
as 11 is situated in the centre 01 a rich country.
A fine dairy ranch, consisting of 600 acres of
linn, soQ acres iioitom ana nearly nil cleared,
This place will be sold with all the tannine im
plemcnts and stock, consisting of upwards of
00 ncau 01 came, icrmi, part casn ana part
on lime, 'I his is one of the best nlaces ever
offered for tale In Coos county.
We have a desirable building lot, 45100, In
Marshfield for sale. Don't all speak at once.
$3000. One of the finest residence lots In
town, with good house und barn.
Two lots, centrally located, in residence part
Two nnd one-luif acres of tide land, within
the corporate limits of the town of Marshfield.
Front Street, Marshfield, Or.,
H..1I. 1Vi:iIi:it, : : : Proprietor.
HAVING JUST OPENED OUR NEW
and neat meal market, first building south
of Nashurg ft Hirst's store, we are prepared to
furnish, at the lowest living rates, the liesl of
tleef, Veal. Mutton, I'ork, Salt Meats of nil
kinds, Vegetables, Canned Goods, and Family
Groceries of all descriptions. Vessels and Log
ging Camps promptly supplied.
Such a share of public patronage as first-class
goods, low prices nnd square dealing entitle us
t'o Is rcsiK-clfuily solicited liy
pn R. M. WF.IDER.
MA IIS 1 1 FIR 1.0,
R. M. HUTCHINSON, - - Proprietor.
NEW RESORT, SUPPLIED WITH
And all the appointments of
A FIRST-CLASS SALOON.
FIRE & MARINE
33 WaibinRton St., Portland, Oregon.
J. I.oeenlerg. 1'res.iJ- McCrncken, Vice
Pri'ldent; F. M. Warren. 1 reasureri R. . I .
Karhatt. Secretary and Manager! E. Everett.
I011N F. Hall, Agent, Marshfield, Or., nnd
Z. T. SICI.IN, Agent, Empire City, Or. oca
City Drug Store!
W. J. IIIJTIXitf Prnjs.,
AT TIIK POSTOFPIOE BUILDING,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
Fancy Cootlo, Patent Modi-
I keen constantly on nanii no nnc i.i....... ".
Imported nnd domestic Clears wbjoi'lf to
Coos bayi also tho liesl brands of Tobacco.
PRMCRIPTIONS KKII.FULI.V OJ"u""
TOYS Ars'D CANDIES, NOTIONS,
11U0KS AND STATIONEUY.
-CIWAUH AN1 TOUACCO.-
.. -. . I. V. lienniicn
P. Flanagan, J
Flanagan & lSonnott,
UAKNIiriKLWi - - OHKOW.
Oopltal in BuBlncBB, MO -
We transact a general lUnUng n.lnu. nd
.1 firtfi I l.i 11k
V. A. O'Fnrroll, tho jotimnllt, who
vImIIoiI Coos bay last month, Writes to
tho IJoHton Pilot as follows:
"At nix In the nftornoon wo roached
Coon buy, Juot opposlio Emplro City,
and thoro cmburkod on a steamboat or
Marshfield, nino miles up tho bay.
Coon bay Is a largo and capacious liar
hor, but, llko all tho harbors 011 the
west coast of tlio United States, It Is ob
structed by a sand bar. This bar has
o1kIi(coii feet of water on It at low tide,
hut tho pand Is llnblo to shift, n fact
which makes it dangerous to navigation
In tomporUtiouH weather. A mllo from
Iho harbor's month Is Emnlro Cltv. an
old, settled town, with a high sounding
natno, but without a future It is too
near tho sea, and too much exposed to
the fury of the ocean winds to bo livable
In. Various towns havo been projected
on tho shores of this harbor; but East
Marshfleld, at tho head of deep Waters,
seemed to me to bo the coming city.
Marshfield ban grown to be it placo of
considerable importance, in splto of tho
fact that the nearest railroad is ninety
miles away, and can only bo reached by
a torturing journey on a stago that
would stilt tho Government of tho Czar
for transporting tho not too loynl sub
jects to Hlborlan quarters. All tho
trade of tho Coos bay country, as woll
as tho Umpqua, goes to San Francisco.
Twenty-eight hundred tons of coal are
shipped from hero weekly to California.
The Coos bay country is IntcrHporsed
with lmmenso coal bolts, which mtint
contintio to supply tho California mar
ket. Thi.4 is n semi-bituminous coal,
good for household purposes, but as yet
no food steam, or coking coal has been
discovered. Tho exports of Coos bay
during tho year amount to $2,000,000,
and tlio imports to a liltlo over $ 1,000,
000. Tributary to tho bay is an lm
menso country nttogcther undeveloped."
The Die Boom Raft.
Whllo O'Leary is having trouble with
his rafts on tho Atlantic const, as re
ported by folegrnph last week, the work
of rafting Ions on this coast goes on
uninterruptedly to the great pccnnlary
advantage of tliopo hnving chnrgo of tho
aflair. The steamer Noyo, Captain
Drlska, arrived in San Francisco, Au
gust 28th, aftor 11 passage of four days
from Noyo, with a raft in tow containing
2,000,000 feet of logs.
Tho Noyo has towed sovcrnl raits
down before Tho logs in tho former
rafts wero fastened together in sections,
and then each section was fastened to
tho one proceeding and succeeding it by
heavy chnins. This plan wns success
ful, but still thero was always a danger
that in a heavy bwcII or sea, one or
moro of tho sections might break loose
and besides proving a heavy loss to tho
owners, would bo a serious menaco to
On this last trip of the Noyo a new
schemo was tried which was ontiroly
succossful. It is called tho Fort Bragg
Itedwood Company and Noyo Lumber
Company's Patont Uoom Haft, and is a
most ingenious contrivance.
Tho boom raft is composed of sections
which are Joined togothor by heavy
chains. Each section Is formed of four
timbers 32 feet long and 12 inches
square. Ilotwoen each set of four are
placod three pieces of timber each about
4 feot long and 10 inches squaro, one
being placod at each end and one in tho
center. These are bolted to too main
boom-sticks by two-inch steel bolts.
The Inserted ond pieces project about
half their length, nnd holes aro bored
lu them, through which two-inch chains
aro passed, connecting the diiTeront sec
tions of the boom.
When tho boom's sections ,aro all
Joiiwd togethor, the structuro is formed
Into u pear-shaped loop, anil in tlio
space formed in tho center of tho boom
tho logs to bo towed down are placed
loose and floating about at will. Tho
Noyo'a tow-lino, with which sho towed
down tho raft, was '2000 feef in length.
Sho was four days making tho trip down
and Captain Drlsku was vigilantly
watching tho raft tho whole tlmo.
Tho boom floated about two and a
half feot nbovo tho water, and about the
Baino distanco below. Although tho
2,000,000 foet of logs wero nllfloatlng
looso, Homo foro nnd aft and soma
ttthwartshlps, not n slnglo log got adrift,
and tho originators of tho scheme say
that it is impossible for iiiivthlng of tho
kind to occur. Whon the Noyo arrived
olTtho II f ads tho time commenced to
ebb, nnd sho could make no headway
against it. Tito enptuln wns offeied as
distance, but ho nnswoiod: "All tho
tugs in thoba)' cotiltl not tow this raft
against tlie," The steamer, on ar
ilval, took the hugo raft direct to Port
Costa. Tho amount of lumber brought
down In tho raft would fill eight ordin-iiry-sUod
At iv special meeting of the Portland
real ostate uxchange, held Sept. 2d, n
committee consisting n J. Carroll Me
CnlTroy, W. G. Steolo and Eugene 1).
Wlitto, wero appointed to confor and eo
opeinte with the committeo on taxation
to the end of procuring rt revision of tax
lHHHdii'ing tho coming rvHslon of the
Htttto leglslntuio. The exchange Is in
favor of M'lwnllnK mortgage tax 'aw,
atid tlio foinmitt 0 mutinied will Uwoi
and work for any eomtitiilionttlwousuru
that has this object la viow.
F r TMvkrT&Bir LRufL. IK
A "Close" Money Market.
Thero la said to bo a "ciono" monoy
market at Portland and throughout Ore
gon, No doubt the statoment is truo
Oregon Is not a state thai invites monoy
or tho investment of monoy. Persons
who havo money to bo Inyostod can take
It or send It to states that deal with
money and Investments of money on ra
tional principles. Tho state of Wash
ington has taken millions of monoy from
Oregon, and is still taking Oregon's
monoy in large sums. Tho reason Is
that monoy can bo invested thero with
out hindrance Movement of money in
'Washington Is not burdened by tho sys
tem of taxation that arrests its move
ment. Monoy is put into land, build
ings, mercantile pursuits and industries
of all kinds in Washington, and tho
securities taken aro not subjected to the
destructive system of taxation that pro
vallB In our own stato. Money, tboro
foro, is "tight" in Oregon, becauso our
methods drive it out of Oregon. When
an Oregon man wants monoy ho Is in
formed tiat monoy is scarce, and if Ills
necessities compel him to have it ho is
told that he can get it (when ho can get
it at all) only by paying' a broker a
heavy commission to secure It lor him,
and by agreing to pay all tho taxes that
may be assessed against it. Thus the
laws that wero put on the, etatuto book
to "help tho poor man" simply skin tlio
poor manCIl tlio pockets of the usurer,
make a "close" money market, check
the development of tho state, and leave
Oregon behind in tlio raco with her
Is this to continue indefinitely or for
over? Aro we not, seeing our error,
willing to amend It? Credit is the life
of business, tho basis of activity, tho
pillar of prosperity. Bnt our system
renders it impossible to niako good ubo
of credit in Oregon. Property in land
and goods throughout tlio stato pay
taxes on scarcely moro than ono-fifth of
its actual value, while credits are sought
eagorly for tuxutlon, and so overtaxed
that fow, after they have learned tho
lesson of experience, will invest their
monoy in tlio state. Every interest
languishes under these conditions; the
paralysis is general, and such growth
as the stato exhibits is a consequence of
the possession of resources too great to
bo atifled utterly, oven by so foolish
and crushing a system ns ours.
Tlio phenomenal development wit
nessed in tlio stato of Washington is
wholly the result of tho Introduction of
capital from outside the state ; nnd this
capital has flowed into the state becauso
it has found there an open Cold and fair
play. Only in a similar way can wo
draw capital into Oregon. The primary
requirement is repeal of our mortgage
tax law. That dono, credit may bo
made to play its proper part in quicken
ing tho state. Our presont system par
alyzes crodit, almost annihilates it, de
prives industrial energy of tho aid of its
most actlvo and efficient agent, and
keeps a constant "clncbVon tho monoy
market of tho state. Have wo not tried
this system till we aro eatiQed with it?
Shall wo not now try a better? Ore
gonian. Senator Dolph's speech fast week was
particularly against reciprocity with
any country which would provide ,for
the admission into tlio United States of
free agricultural material or the pro
ducts ot the forest 'and mine. In the
course of his remarks he discussed Sen
tor Sherman's proposition for tho ad
mission of coal froo from Canada into
tho United States, and from tho Unitod
States into Canada and iho proposition
to admit lumber. Ho dwelt upon the
proposition for reciprocity with Canada,
Mr. Dolph denounced tho proposed
nmendment offerod by Senator Ualo, of
Maine, forrecipioclty with all tho coun
tries upon this hemisphere, and called
attention to tho fact that' such a recip
rocity agroemont wouldadmit all agri
cultural products including wheat and
wool from the Argentine Republic and
all tho products of .forest and mine,
while it proposed that only cortain pro
ducts of tlio United States should be ad
mitted freo into thoeo countries. Sen
ator Halo said tills amendment was
introduced a long time, and he proposed
to modify and was satisfied now with
tlio amendment roported by Sonator
Aldrlch from tho committeo on finance;
Sonator Dolph replied that the amend
ment when it was offered was big with
expectation and danger, but that it had
dwindled remarkably since the senator
had seen further light.? It was now a
cloud not lurger than a man's hand nnd
the duugcr did not come from the quar
ter of tho political heavenB ill which it
Captain Symons, United States en
gineer, is naving a cabin built on the
government steamer General Wright,
0x20 feet, with accomodations for four
persons and room for computing and
writing up surveys. The steamer has
heretoforo had no adequate accomoda
tion for tho force employed upon hor in
making surveys, etc., and It Iiob been
necefisury for men employed to seek
lodgings on shore. As It is expected
that the river and hatbor bill will pass
very mioii and it provides for a number
of surveys of livers and bays, and Cap
tain Hyinons in expecting to lecelvo or
thirB to begin this wojk as soon as tho
liver and harbor bill Is approved by tho
incident, he i havhiu tho Wright put
In order to proceed InTUie work.
SEPTEMBER 44, 4890. NO. 40.
X3UR PET PROFANITY
The Favorite "Swear Words" of Prom
It used to be tho habit of Chauncey
M. Depew, when an entire stranger re
quested passes for four over tho New
York Central from New York to Chica
go, to give vent to his feelings by ex
claiming, "By gosh I" says tho Pall
Mall Gazette. Mr. Dopow got into the
habit of "by gosliing," and hla friends
remonstrated with him on its frequent
use. Tho genial orator thereupon
changed tlio explotlvo to "By jingo,"
and ho is forced to make this exclama
tion several times each day. When
Collector Joel B. Erhardt is surprised or
angry he invariably exclaims, "Geo
whiz." "By golly I" Is the expression
brought out by A. 11. Whltnoy several
times a day. Russell Sago always ex
claims "By gum I" when ho sees tho
market going against him. "Great
Cscsar" is tho favorite explotlvo of Ex,
Senator Thomas C. Piatt. Ho does not
use it often, and it requires something
of moment to bring it forth. Ex-1'resi-
dont Grover Cleveland exclaims, "My
Lord I" when he wishes to emphasize
his remarks. "Girainy crips" is fre
quently used by Postmaster Von Cott
when he comes across a letter tho ad
dress of which nobody can read. Bray-
ton Ives shouts "Great hailstones 1"
when ho is excited, which is not often.
Many well known men who formerly
used dasii words have recently adopted
tho plan Invented by- the Rev. Waldo
Measures, pastor of tho West Twenty
fifth Street Baptist church. Mr. Mes
saros has no patont upon the plan, and
he invites all citizens to make use of
it. When Mr. Mcsaros Btops on a tack
in his bare feot he remarks in a loud
tone, "Beefsteak and onions I" "Ham
and egg8l" "Bread and butter I" "A
plate of ice cream 1" By tho time be
has made these fow remarks and pulled
tho tack out of bis -foot bis anger has
vanished. "There is no necebsity of
swearing under any circumstances,"
said Mr. Mcssaros. "Just as much sat
isfaction is obtained from saying 'pork
and beans' as in emitting a string- of
Bwcar words." Ex-Mayor Graco and
Henry Clews aro among the gentlemon
who have adopted Mr. Mcssaros's plan
Mayor Grant sometimes exclaims,
"Holy Smoke 1" when his feelings are
stirred. "Darn it all" is the way in
which Controller Myers relieves his
feelings. President J. Edward Sim
mons of tho Fourth National bank uses
an unusually long expletive. "Great
Scott and General Jackson" ho is liable
exclaim when a depositor asks to be
permitted to overdraw his account. D.
O. Mills ejaculates "Morcy mel" when
a tcnent in tho great Mills building re
quests him to reduce the rent. "Shiver
my toplightsl" is what Commodore El
bridge T. Gerry says when matters aro
not running just as bo wants them.
"I'll bo bomswoggled I" is tho rural
like remark of James R. Keene when
sopebody starts into hammer Sugar
Trust down. "Blazes I" remarks Sena
tor Evarts, whon he finds that somo
body has walked off with his old hat
and left a new tilo !n its place. "By
ratal" is the queer expletive of Colonel
Dan Lamont. When Maimer I. M.
Hill wishes to empathize a statement he
sayB, "It's bo by hickory."
IS NOW AT PORTLAND, ORCQON.
FOB THOSE WHO C1KSOT rOKSIBIT C1LL PBt
ISONAIXT.HOSE TCHVTSKST PLACES WITH-
IN TUB UKACH OF ALL THAT WILL (UTS
lXSTANTAHKQUS RKLIKT AKB A
The most speedy, twsltive and perma
nent cure lor uatarrn 01 ute iieau, Asuixna,
anu oil Ttiroat, uroncmai, iuptr. Heart,
Stomach, Liver and Kidney Affections,
Nervous Debility, etc. Consumption, in
its various stages, permanently cured.
Dr. Auoun's original mode of treatment
and his medicated inhalations Rives in
stantaneous relief, builds up and revital
izes the whole constitution and system,
thereby prolonging life. Weak, nervous,
debilitated and broken-down constitn-
4l...A lil n...! A....n. ..mn.M n nl.. ... f mn . .
viuua, UAH uuu jfwuujj, mvuiiauiy .iu uwu
ten to thirty pounds in from thirty to
Dr. Aborn'S phenomenal skill and mar
velous cures have created the greatest
astonisiiment ou me i'aciuc coast ana
throughout the American continent, dur
'ng the past twenty-five years. Asthma,
Catarrh of the Head, and all Throat, Bron
chial and Lunc trouble 'nstantlv relieved.
and Deafness often cured permanently at
first consultation. Dr. Aborn'S essay on
the " Curability of Consumption," and &
treatise on "Catarrh of the Head,"
with evidences of some extraordinary
cures, niaiieu iree. utii or auuresa
FsMsrUt sad tUrrUea Stfc, rorthsd, Offa.
Notk. Hums treatment, securely tucked, seat bv
tiprets to all puts of Iho Pacific Coast, for taotawbo
ALL INVITES TO GALL FM FREE OWMTAThm
Somo years ago wo wore very much
subject to severe .spells of cholera mor
bus ; and now when we feel any of the
symptoms that usually preceod that
ailment, such as sickness at the stom
ach, diarrhoea, etc., wo becomo scary.
Wo havo found Chamberlain's Remedy
the very thing to straighten one out in
such cases, and always keep it about.
It is somewhat similar to the usual
cholera cures, but soems to contain in
gredients that render It moro pleasant
to take, and that do their work more
qnickly. Sheriff Devereux tells us that
ho Is subject to cholera morbus, and re
cently felt a spell coming on, when lie
obtained n bottlo of Chamberlain's Col
ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
two doses made him all right. We aro
not writing this for a pay testimonial,
bnt to let oar readors know what Is a
good thing to keep handy in the house.
(f roy, (Kan.,) Chief. For salo by H.
Sengstackon, Marshfield and Empire.
The Tieer Is the best mower made ;
$00, at O'Connell's.
Monitor steel ranges for hotels, board
ing bouses, logging camps, and family
sizes, at 0'Connell'shardware house.
Golden has started bis soda works,
for tho season, and is ready to furnish
resh bottled goods made with Improved
machinery from pare fruit Juices. Send
In your orders. The only bottling es
tablishment on tho coast that manufac
tures exclusively from puro fruits.
Strskildt for Skondinaver
Ettfullt lager af Svenska mediciner
finnes alltid att tillga i Golden's dreg
store till billiga priser. Hoad Ni be-
hofver of mediciner, bocker, juveler,
toalettprydnader m. m. bor Ni kopa hos
Golden for att inbespara penningar.
De finoste viner och lUtorer for medicin-
skaandamal Annas der ocksa. Besok
Golden's drug: store, hvarost Ni skall
rona ett godt bemotande och inbespara
Will be held at
Jackson county, Oregon,
Beginning Monday, SepL 32, 1890, and contin
uing six days.
Over $7,000 Offered for
Premiums and Purses.
The Fruit Grower's Annual Exhibit will take
place on Monday. Sept. 22d. Everybody invited.
All the gates will be open and free on Mon
day, the first day of the fair.
Every facility will be offered to those wishing
to camp on the grounds.
For bootii and other privileges apply to the
Secretary, at Jacksonville.
ROBERT A. ItSUMLER,
J. It. ROBERTS. L. A. ROBERTS.
J. H. Boberts & Son,
Myrtle Point, Or,
fiSS"Marketable Produce of all Jdnclt
taken in oxchaiigo for goods.
I ORSEB TO LET AT ALL HOURS.
Hauling done at short notice.
WOOD nnd COAL always on liana,
which will be dolivered anywhere at the
tSTHavine just received a new hearse
1 am now prepared to take charge of
PREPARED FROM .
FOR THE CURE QT
AND ALL OTHER DISEASES
Disordered state wcstomach
FOR SALE Br ALL
DfiU!STS ft KNERAL DEALERS
e. a. siiim
LIVRERY AMD FEED STMLE,
SADDLE HORSES AND BUGGY TEAMS
furnished At all hours.
HAULING done at lowest rates.
COAL and WOOD delivered at tSoriom
iSTNEW HEARSE furnished for funerals.".
MAH8HFIELD. ...... .OREGON.
FULL LINE OF
Ladies', Gent's and Children's
Boots wd s:b.e.
Custom-made Boots and Shoes a Mt
tar Repairing neatly executed at assert
notice and reasonable prices.
Corner of Front and A streets,
JOHN SNYDER, :::::: Proprietor
THIS WELL-KNOWN AND FAVORITE
HOTEL has fast been entirely refitted and '
refurnished throughout and b again open to the
public for patronage.
New beds and spring mattresses have been
placed in almost every 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......... JS.00
Board, per week 4.00
Single Meals.... 50
(Front Street, Marsniicld, Or.
J. L, FERREY, :::::: Proprietor.
And Reasonable Charges. ' .
HAVING-. LATELY COMPLETED A
large addition to the above Hotel, and
having had an' extensive experience in this line
of business, te can safely guarantee to oar pa- ,
Irons comfort and accommodations excelled by
no odier house on the bay.
49The Reading-room of this Hotel eon la ins
the leading papers of the Atlantic States sad the
Board and Lodging, per week ,..$5.00
Board, per week i,-. 4.00
Single Meals 50
Front street, Marshfield, Or.
PAUL BAWHOLEHY, - - Proprietor.
MY TABLES ARE SCPPLUV
with the best the market affords, and coarteoost
attention guaranteed patrons. ;,,,
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Rmrd and lodHnf bv lh VHk trtfk " -?
nriMC- V; . .W.l.
Board, per week T... 4.00
Single meals 35
GIVE ME A CALL
The Arago Hotel
EMPIRE CITY, OREGON.
MRS. A. H.M00RE, PROPRIETRESS,
HAVING LATELY TAKF.N CHARGE
of the above hotel, and having had an ex
tensive experience in this line of business, we
can safely guarantee to our patrons comfort
and accommodations excelled by no other bouse
in the county. The tables are supplied with the
best the market affords.
Empire City, Or,
GILBERT & EVENSQN, - -Proprietors;
mirrors; picture frames,
Bed-Room Sets, Parlor Sets,. .
Chairs, Mouldings, and
ALL KINDS OF UPnOLSTEBINCI DONS
jarStore in Cammann building, Empire City,
R 1 MAIN
. .A. WIOB XiOOP OV
THE SPRING I SUMMER TRAD1,
COOD FITS WARRANTED.
TPIeaso call and examine my Mock and be
convinced. R. MAIN.
Freight from Svn Frn)i
to Coos Bay.
E. E. HINOHMAN, Agwit, Pert,
Cooa County, Oregon.
Ban Fraiacie pMm, (Kfanii
street. ,VJ, ft,
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