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D. L. WATSON,
i tVORNEY ANOf 5 y V
COUNSELOR AT UW,
Orr tct-Om Oolden't druj store, Front it,,
8. F. WILSON,
TTOnNHY AT LAW.
tOftc ln "esbtckcn A Smith's building,
MjnMWM. Coo county, Oitgun,
JOHN A. GRAY,
i TTORNBY AT LAW.
Office In KtngiUcken A Kmlih't
UvtlifttM. Coos county, Oregon.
S. !!. HAZARD,
TIORNKY AT I.AW.
Kmplra City, Coot county, Oregon.
i TTORNEY AT I.AW.
Ornrisl Insurance and Heal lUtate Asjenl,
Cequltle City. Coo county, Oregon.
J. W. BENNETT,
COUNSELOR AT 1.AW.
OtTut over Coo lUy lUnk, Front street,
Hrheld, Coos county. Oregon.
JOHN F. HALL,
i TTORNBY AT LAW.
Office over John Kenron's siore, Front street,
Hinl.fWM. Otegon.tr Heal Batata Agent.
AW. RKAL ESTATE, LOAN, IIROKER.
J4JRA0E AND COLLECTION OFFICE.
Office la WtUtrr's Brick Block, Tront street,
IVatlons obtained (or any soldier who has
smed oo dsrs, d Is disabled from rtmlnc
nppod st Mtnuit Ijtbr, regardless as to how
live disability occurred.
iolilioi' widows and minor children are eat).
l)td lo pensions.
MT Ural Estate of all Descriptions
Vt Hale. Jyai
C. W. TOWER, M. D.,
rjHYblCIAN AND SURGEON
Offices In the east tnd ol Sengsuckeo ft
Sallh's building, Front slrecl, Marshfield, Or,
J. T. McCORMAC, M. D
JJHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
Offices over lh Marshfield Drug Store, Front
wrtt, Marsbneld, Coos county. Oregon.
J. D. SPONOGLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
. . ,..,..! I . .(..
ijmo, in wcMters uneooumg,u.u..i.,
A. M. EVANS, M. D.,
HYSIC4AN AND SUROEON.
In the Vest end oMIolland building,
et, Marsbfield, Or. Inquire at Ool-
den's drug store,
DR. H. B. DUNHAM,
Omoe. over Undo s store, opposite
lord. Marslifield, Oregon.
efice at nights.
J. G. COOK, M. D
IYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OfTiee In SengstaeVen's building. Empire City,
City. Cooa oounly, Oregon.
HYSICTAN AND SURGF-ON,'
Office rn O'Connell's
building, Front street,
ajTOftke hour From 8 to 11 a, m
14 f, ru.. and from 6 10 p. w.
PR. 0. E. SMITH,
k i .,.. s'.nni nmi over the drug store.
kMgslAcksn Smith's building. Front street.
StarsrVie rt. los counir. vi.s-" ,
a.uil,..i,l.,nnr Uuehing gas given
War the painless eslractlon of tteili.
DR. F. H. NICKER60N,
rt...-I Holland building. In rooms for-
r'T. ..:.i 1... 11, ki,.u. sio
rneriy rnpie -
a. a. .,AastP:','
1VIL EN01NEF.R AINU a"""
Onice with John F. Hall. Marshfield, Oregon.
W. E. KICWAKIMJt
BOUNTY 8URVEY0R. "
1 1 a i.t . of all surveyed
.inra run iih iwmt m-'i-' -- rtii
ad entered lands furaWigfJon shojl iiptlce.
sWAddrtss letters to oi aj wars-.
41. V. XVl'MTOH,
IVIL ENOINEER AND SURVEYOR.
Clly engineering, ditches. Hume nt'fi;V'!
catl, lfr.es run? plans, maps and esiims e.
ACfltMi llrtfti run. II
urnlihed for all classes of work.
trork a specially, Contracts taken.
Office wlUt the COAST MAIL, Marsnw.u. "
Kmpire Clly, Oregon.
Abstracts of till lo real
county laralshtd promptly,
Have a set of ab-
O. St. VOIaUMAN,
No. 431 Front slretl,
Ksar WashlegtoB, &" Francisco, Cab
ShiiUm Bark, Wool, Hyde), and aU kinds of
oduos old on Commission. ..riu
All tnssUsju entrua W no will U eswefuiiy
VOL. XII MARSHFIELD. OREGON, THURSDAY,
GRAY & HILL,
Real Estate Brokers,
OMee la HcRKtUckea & Smith's Bnlld-
leg, FrcBt Street.
All Klndi of Property For Sale or Ex.
iobi Having Farms For Sale or
Landa to Dispose of, will Do
Welt to Consult This
27 Mark SL, Portland, Or.
liAHUAIKH r'OR'CAHII Oil ON TIKE,
A few bargains offer! will be found below:
A house and lot In the town of Maridfirld.
Trier, Jiaco; one half cash, balance mortgage
security. 'I his is a rate chance to sccur a resi
dence In a good locality,
11500160 acres, 80 acres good bottom land,
balance hill and bench Und covered withshiltlm
trees. Forty acres of bottom Und cleared and
under fence; a good orchard, fair house and
barn. This place will toon lie very valuable
as It It situated In the centre of a rich country.
A fine dairy ranch, consisting of 600 acres of
Und, aoo acres bottom and nearly alt, cleared.
This I!, will ba sold with all the farmlnj-'lm.
ptemenls and stock, consisting of upward! of
60 head of cattle. Terms, part cath and part
on time. This Is one of the best places ever
offered for sale In Coos county.
We have a dolrablc building lot, 4loo. In
Marslifield fur sale. Don't all speak at once.
1300a One of the finest residence lots in
town, with good house and barn.
Two lots, centrally located, in residence part
Twoandonr-haif acres of tide land, within
the corporate limit of the town of Marslifield.
Front Street, Marshfield, Or.,
R. !W. WKIIHUK, : : : Proprietor.
HAVING JUST OPENED OUR NEW
and neat meat market, first building south
ol Nasburg & 1 Unit's store, we are prepared to
furnish, at the lowest living rates, the best of
Bref, Veal, Multon. Pork, Salt Meats of all
kinds, Vegetables, Canned Goods, and Family
Oraeeries of all detcrintioi.s. Veucts and Log
ging Camp promptly supplied.
Such a ahare of nulihc natronare as firsl-class
goods, low prtccs ana square o cuing emiue u
R. M. HUTCHINSON, - - Proprietor.
A NEW RESOKT. aurri.mu wiih
And all t!e appolnlments of
A FIRST-CLASS SALOON.
FIRE it MARINE '
rR 1 nci pal orfics:
33 Washington St., Portland, Oregon.
Iwenberg. Pres.; J. McCracken. Vice
Pre'ldenf. F. M. Warren, treasurer: R. P.
linrhart, Secretary and Manager; E. liverett,
Ioiin F. llAt-U Agent. Marshfield, Or., and
Z1'. SiCMN. Agent. Empire City. Or. oca
City Drug Store!
w. J. nvrruvMt vrop.,
AT THE P08T0FFI0E DUILDING,
Fancy Goods, Patent Medi
1 keen constantly on hand he finest brands of
Impound domestic Clfjars ever brought to
rsEScaiPTioNS snu.tuu.v compounded.
TOYS AND CANDIES, NOTIONS,
UUOKS AND BTAT10NI5HY.
-ctato awo tobacco.-
1, W. Bennnett
Flanagan fe Bennett,
Capital In 8,neIB88B0K0
000; surplua, ,booo.
1 n.nUnr Dullness, and
W traniacia !-.---
H.n Nl I tank of lortu l
F rst N,,w"" wTiinnai Bank uf New Yojk.
throughout Europ """ r 11014
WILL RESUME WORK.
United States Bnirlneers Pre
o on wia Kirer and
Now that tho rivor and harbor bill is
boforo tho prosldont for Iiis signature,
tho Unltod Htntes engineers are begin
ning U tako steps for resuming work on
tbo various river and harbor improve
ment under way. Major Handbury is
preparing to go on with work on tho
Jetty as soon as tho prosldont has signed
tho bill. Work on tho locks at the Cas
cades will also bo resumod shortly.
A number of stone cutters wilt bo put
to work and tho lock pit will be pumpod
out and a commencement will bo made
on tho masonry for tho gatoa.and an on
deavor will be mado to get tills advanced
beforo tho frost sols in. Much vuluabio
tlmo has been wasted while congress
monkoyed with thu bill, and it will not
belong till frost will put an .end to tills
work. As soon as possible that is when
tho chief of engineers has approved the
project, he will tako tho matter of im
proving the river In hand. A very tri
fling amount of work at Ht. Helens is all
that will ba needed to clear tho twenty
foot channel to tho sea.
Captain T. W. Symons, United 8lates
engineers, will start up tho work on the
Yaquitm Jetties nt once, tho plant being
all In order and the project approved.
At Coos bay a com pic to plant for Joi
ty work, similar to that In tide at tho
tnouth of the Columbia, will have to bu
provided, and tho winter will bo occu
pied in proparing this. Tho project for
the work Is yet to bo approved.
Ab it is so lato in tho season and there
Is no material on hand, it Is not likely
that work on tho improvements at Co-
quillo will be commenced beforo next
spring. If material can be procured the
work may bo started up In a short time.
Work on the Umpqua will not begin
till low water next summer.
In regard to work on the Sound, Captain
Syiuoim is not prepared to sny much, as
it may bo redistributed. There is a
groat deal of surveying to be done there
and a number of projects to be preparod.
There work of snagging in tho various
rivers there will probably go on this
It is too late In tho season to bogin
work on the upper Colombia and Snake,
but during tho winter everything will be
put in readiness for pushing work uext
Story of Henry Clay.
The best story told at a recent pas-sage-at-arm
betwoen somo of the best
knots 11 wits of tho town, says tho Now
York World, was by Steele Mackaye,
and described his first rencontre with
Henry Clay, the great Kontncklan, who
was a life-long friend of Gen, James
Mar-kayo of Uuflalo, the playwright's
father. "I was just 3 years of ago,"
says Steele, and "was with my parents
nt the Cataract House, Niagara Falls.
Having discovered a new-born litter of
kittens in the parlor fireplace, one of
the monlals of tho establishment had
taken tbo helpless mewlera out and
dropped them into a mill-race bnck of
tho hotel. My heart was torn with pity
and leaning ovor a foot-brldcp I rescued
one forlorn, bedraggled kit and walked
into the hotel ofllce with my prize, as
proud of it as any lifo-saver on tho Jer
sey coast of rescuing the victim of a
'sen-puss." To my surprise though tho
corridors wero crowded no one paid the
least attention to mo. Hunting with
rage at not (hiding myself a hero I learn
ed that 'Henry Clay' had arrived. I
snppord lie was either an ogre or a
President at Imuit. Hut wlion I asked
to be shown 'Henry' I was told he hnd
gono to his room. With my poor, limp
kitten in my Utile wet slilrt 1 started
out lo find 'Henry Clay,' and from door
to door in weary search I wandered,
calllngout: 'Henry 1 yon, Henry Clay I'
until at last the door opened and tho
great, smooth-vlsagod, deep-eyed Ken
tucklan stood boforo me. 'Did you call ?'
lie asked in his deep, musical tones. I
stared, Inking him all in, and finding
to my surpriso and humiliation that ho
was only a man aftor all 'Cotno in, my
little man. What did you call mo for?'
'Honry,' said I, suddonly remembering
the kitten, 'I came to make you a pres
ent of this cat.' 'Henry' and my father
often laughed ovor this afterwaids, but
never more heartily than tho great man
Representative Hermann lias been
endeavoring to obtain some legislation
which will encourago local mall bid
dings and discourage non-resident bid
ders, as ho shows the department that
In every case whore Irregularities and
delaya are complained of it is whero
Eastern bidders have the routes, and
usually sub-let so low that the service
cannot be acceptably performed, The
postmaster-genQral has addressed him
the views of the department on pending
house bill 0204, and they are of Interest
to every portion of tho West, whore tho
evil complained of exists. The post-
master general says :
"I havo the honor to acknowledge
tho receipt of your letter of tho 25th
Inst., asking if I bad any suggestions
to make in connection with houso bill
02M, and In reply therefore to say that
this bill wua drawn in tho postofllca de
partment, 8d baa my Approval,
Tho present law roqnlres a copy of the
bullelinBdvertisometit to be posted In
tho department, which informs profes
sional bidders and their attorneys.
The proposod lcRislatloa would not
make it mandatory ration tin) postmastor
general to post a copy oi sno onuetin
advortiscmont ln tho department; but
on tho other hand, would not, prohibit
him fr'om doing so, if, for any reason a
resonable biS conld not be secured from
any one residing on or Dear tbo route.
This bill would not in any, way aflcct
lettlngs of malt service under general
For these reasons, I am of tbo opinion
that the enactment of house, bill 0204
would be in tho interest of tho -public
A Mining Deal.
A prominent mining operator was tel
ling of his experiences at Eagle and
Murray in tho early days of tho Ctuur
d'Aleno stampedo, says tho Spokano
"It was a soft snap," he said, "when
a man could get the ptivilego of spread
ing his blankets on tho bar-room floor
by tbo payment of ft a night. Moala of
bacon and beans straight were $1, but
no ono thought of complaining at high
prices when there was a possibility of
takltig hundreds ,of dollars daily from
"But not ovory claim panned out that
well, or, in fact, yielded any return for
the miner's labor. And that reminds
mo of a shrewd little stratagem a young
fellow played on a preacher ovor at Mur
ray In thoso days. The young man,
whom we will call Jones, had been
digging on his claim for a month with
out as much as striking a color, when
one afternoon tho preacher appeared up
on tho scene. Asking the usual ques
tions as to his success, etc., the miner
replied cheerfully, and dipping up a pan
of gravel offered it to tho preacher, tel
ling him lo carry it to the creek and
wash it out and see for himself! On the
sly, however, the young man took $2.50
In gold dust from his pocket and plenti
fully salted tho pan.
"Preacher carries the pan, to tho
creek, and, returning, reports that he
found nothing. Jones preserves n dis
creet silence, though inwardly sizes the
preacher up as an accomplished liar.
Protty soon tiie preacher offers (160 for
the claim, which Jones vory promptly
accepts. Preacher goes to work like a
man, never doubting but that ho would
realize $2.50 a pan. Imagine his sur
prise after thorough trial, to be unable
to find a color. Then it dawned upon
him that tho ungodly young man had
salted tho pan proffered him with ma
licious intent and gold dust. Meeting
the former owner In a saloon, where he
was spending his ill-gotten gains like a
prince, tho clerical gentleman accused
him of acquiring money uudor false pre
tences. "Don't you dare to throw any of them
charges up to mo pardner," said Jones,
solemnly, as he spit on his hands. "Of
course I salted that mine, but what did
you do? Didn't you steal tho salt?"
"And ho fired the preacher into outer
A Big Mortgage Filed.
A mortgage on the lines of tho Great
Northern Railway, St. Paul, Minneapo
lis anil Manitoba Railway watt filed in
tbo County Auditor's office in Seattlo
last week. The mortgago is mado to
the Central Trust Company, under dato
ot July 1. The amount of the mortgage
la $30,000,000. Tho purpose of the loan
is staled to be for the Pacific extension
of the Qreat Northern from AsMnnnbotn
to Puget Sound. The extension it is
said, will cost $25,000,000.
The ro-enumeratlon sIiowb that Mult
nomah county eontalns 75,257 inhabi
tants. This shows a clear gain pf 14,257
over tho last botched census enumera
tion. Of the 75,257, Portland nnd sub
erbs contain 02,442. This would leave
12,815 for the county outside the city,
fully ono-half of which belong,, legitim
ately to Portland and suhurbs, and aie
only separated from them by imaginary
boundary lines. According to this per
fectly corroct and fair busis of estimat
ing, there would be 0475 Inhabitants to
add to thin city Und suburbs, thus mak
ing a total ot 03,017. Indeed there is
overy reason for the statement that not
more than 0500 inhabitants reside in the
county outsido the city limits.
It b)iuii1(I Also be stated that between
4,000 and 6,000 more numes wero col
lected and turned in, but wero not add
ed to tho abovo figuros, for tho simple
reason that tiro houses and numbera ot
tho street could not bo definitely located
by the enumerators. These were main
ly the names of persons employed by a
number of tho largo corporations prin
cipally railroads who, though they
properly claim a residence In the city,
are away most of the time, traveling In
the iutoiest of companies or firms by
whom they are employed, or temporar
ily eugagod In work elsewhere, but who
couldajpot be seen in person (by the
enumerators. In a great tnuiiy in
stances, tho corporations in whose em
ploy these men are furnished Mr.
Meecli the namos, but, for tho' specific
reason given, the lists wore omitted
Had these names been added, It would
hvn swelled tho sum total o at least
ThoN. Y.fiunof Septembor 4th has
an Illustrated page on Oregon, and
speaks of Coos bay as follows:
"The coal fields around Coos bay
alone are estimated at over 400 square
miles, in quality tho best ovor found in
tho State and so situated as to bo mined
at the minimum oxpenso.
Coos bay, tho shipping point for
Southern Oregon, is the best and most
important harbor south of tho Columbia
rivor, on tho Oregon coast.
Tho lumber, coal, farming, dairying,
fruit and stock raising, and other Indus
tries of this section aro yet in their In
fancy. The lumber so far produced has
been obtained from tbo margin of tho
sloughs, andjtheicoal workings do not
extend any further, being but an incip
ient attack on tho commencement of
the lead where it had cropped out close
to tho head of tide water. The timber
is of great variety. Particularly valua
ble is tho white cedar for finishing and
maple for veneerings.
Anothor important industry of tbo
bay grows out of its resources for ship
building, all the timber for every pai t
of any kjnd of a woodon ship being
found here. Masts and spars are found
of tho' finest quality and in unlimited
quantities. Considerable has already
been done In this lino, but the field Is a
large one, and invites capital and in
dustry. Tho firm ot Whitnoy, Mc Vicar & Co.,
of Portland receives notice :
"Whitney, McVicar & Co., invest
ment brokers, located at 27 Stark street,
Portland, Or., must be montioned not
only as ono of tbo leading, but as one of
the most enterprising firms transacting
business on tho Pacific Coast. Tho firm
mako a specialty of Investments and
property in Southern Oregon, and are
extensively interested in the develop
ment of the wonderful resources of the
country on and tributary to Coos bay.
Their oerations are not, however, con
fined to ono locality, but far reaching
in extent, their business transactions
embracing the entire Pacific Northwest.
Their branch offices, located at all the
loading points between Puget Sound
and San Francisco, place them in direct
communication with the most favored
districts on the Coast, and enable- them
to keep their customers thoroughly
posted as to the most likely points for
profitable investments. They make
their Portland office the headquarters
for Southorn Oregon, where tourists,
investors, and intending settlers may
secure all required information respect
ing that most favored section of Oregon.
Orogonlan: The river and harbor
bill having passed both houses of con
gress Major Handbury will at once ri
sumo work on the jetty at the mouth of
tho Columbia, and tho locks at The
Dalles. Capt. T.W. Simons will also
resume operations on the government
work in his charge. There is now no
lonirer any question but tiie bill will be-
como a law. It is ouly awaiting tbo
signature of the president to make it
operative and that ho will sign it Is a
foregone conclusion. The benefits to be
gained by this state through the passage
of this bill cannot be overestimated. In
addition to civinc employments to hun
dreds of men, the permanent improve
ment to Oregon's rivers ana uarbors
will k'ivo the commercial life of the
stato an impetus that more than any
thing olso will uelp build up tbo coun
try. DR. ABORN
IB NOW AT PORTLAN8, OREftON.
fob those mi 0 curaor possibly cux ras
80XALLT, II0MK TBKATME5T FUC8B WHS.
Uf THE REACH OV ALL THAT YTILL HY
1K8TAKTA5B0US RELIEF 1KB A
The most speedy, cositive and perma
nent cure for Catarrh of the Head, Asthma,
and all Throat, Bronchial, Lung, Heart,
Stomach, Liver and Kidney Affections,
Nervous Debility, etc Consumption, in
its various stages, permanently cured.
Dr. Aborn's original mode of treatment
and his medicated inhalations gives in
stantaueoua relief, builds up ana revital
'zea the whole constitution and system,
thereby prolonging life. Weak, nervous,
debilitated and broken-down constitu
tions, old and young, invariably gain from
ten to thirty pounds in from thirty to
Dr. Abokn'S phenomenal skill and mar
velous cures have created tbo greatest
astonishment on the Pacific Coast and
throughout the American continent, dur
'ug tho past twenty-five years. Asthma,
Catarrh of the Head, and all Throat, Bron
chial Aud Lung trouble ,nstantly relieved,
and Deafness often cured permanently at
first consultation. Dr. Aborn's essay oa
the "Curability of Consumption," and a
treatise on "Catarrh of the Head,'
with evidences of some extraordinary
cures, mailed free. Call or addreaa
ressrta sua Mawtwa Bts, farttaaj, Osst.
NT. Horns traatmeot, securely packsd, aaat by
tipra to all pans of ska Actio CoMt,(MSMMWM
cannot poulbijr call la porwa.
All mm Tl CALLIM tHK MHWLTAim
.ftBTfl VKaaLYLYaTaLVsBflBEl kt
d890. NO. 41.
Some years ago we were very much
subject to severe spells of cholera mor
bus ; and now when we feel any of the
symptoms that usually proceed that
ailment, such as sickness at the stom
ach, diarrhoea, etc., wo become scary.
Wo havo found Chamberlain's Remedy
tho very thing to straighten one ont in
such cases, and always keep it about.
It is somewhat similar to the usual
cholera cures, but seems to confaia in
gredients that render it more pleasant
to tako, and that do their work more
quickly. Sheriff Doverenx tells tis that
he la subject to cholera morbus, and re
cently felt a spell coming on, when he
obtained a bottle of Chamberlain's Col
ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
two doses made him all right. We are
not writing this for a pay testimonial,
but to let our readers know what is a
good thing to keep handy in the house.
Troy, (Kan.,) Chief. For salo by H.
Songstackon, Marshfield and Empire.
House and. lot for sale. Inquire at
Tbo Tiger is the best mowor made ;
$60, at O'Con'nell's.
A good brewery property on Coos bay
for Bale cheap. Inquire of Gray & Hill.
Monitor steel ranges for hotels, board
ing bouses, logging camps, and family
sizes, at O'Connell's hardware house.
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 ordore. The only bottling es
tablishment on the coast that manufac
tures exclusively from pure fruits.
Sarskildt for Skandinaver
Ett f nllt lager af Svenska mediciner
finnes alltid att tillga i Golden's drag
store till billiga priser. Ho&d Nlbo
hofvor af mediciner, bocker, juveler,
toalcttprydnader m. m. bor Ni kopa bos
Golden for att inbespara pennlngar.
De finaste viner och llkorer for medicin
ska andamal Annas der ocksa. Besok
Golden's drug store, hvarest Ni skall
rona ett godt oemotande och inbespara
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the tipdersigned are requested
to square! their accounts immediately
and obligo, " Jakes L. Fjebhky,
Will be held at
Jackson county, Oregon,.
Beginning Monday, Sept. 32, 1890, and coo tin
uing six days.
Over $7,000 Offered for
Premiums and Purses.
The Fruit Grower's Annual Exhibit wOI take
place on Monday, Sept. 23d. Everybody invited.
All thn gates will be ojien and free on Mon
day, the first day of the fair.
Every facility will be offered to those wlsbiDg
to camp on the grounds.
For booth and other privileges apply to the
Secretary, at Jacksonville.
ROBERT A. MIUMER,
LI ORSES TO LET AT ALL HOURS.
Hanling done at short notice.
WOOD and, COAL always on liana,
which will be delivered anywhere at the
E3e7Having just receisod a new hearse
I am now prepared to take charge of
RiAfisEWTRWv.vSI dials' !
AND ALL. OTHER DISEASES
ARISING FROM A
TOR sale r ALL
DRUfCISTS ftfCNfRAL DEALERS
E. A. AHPERSflN.
LIVRERY AND FEE! ftTMfct,
ADDLE HORSES AND BUGGY TaSJkM
furnished at all hours.
IIAULINQ done at lowest ratea.
COAL and WOOD delivered ttf bettesa
aarNEW HEARSE furnished fee ,WrJ."
K SHOE STORJE
FULL LINE OF
Ladles', Geat'a ami CMKr':
ZQOOte M4 BlkUHMI,.
Cattes-ssaste Boots aad Sheaa a as.
notice aad reasonable price-
Corner of Front and A streets,
JOHN SNYDER, :::::: Proprietor
THIS WELL-KNOWN AND FAVORITE
HOTEL has lust been entirely refitted aad
refurnished throughout and Is apua open to As
public for patronage.
New beds and spring mattresses have been
placed in almost every sleeping room of tbis
house and neither trouble nor expense has been
spared to put everything in first-class order.
Board and Lodging, per week .'?5-op
Board, per week..,: ....,. 4.00
Single Meals , 50
I Front Street, Marsnfield, Or.
J. L. KERREY, :::::: Preprietr.
And Reasonable Charges.
HAVING LATELY COMPLETED A
large addition to the above Hold, aad
having bad an extensive experience la this Has
of business, we can safely guarantee 10 oar p
trons comfort and accommodations excelled by
tie other boose on the bay.
3The Reading-room of thU Hotel coataiat
the leading papers of the Atlantic bteles aad fete
Board and Lodging, per week $-
Bofird. per week , 4.0a
Single Meals.. 50
Front street, Marshfield, Or.
PAUL BARTHOLEMY, - - Proprietor.
MY TABLES ARE SIDWXJUHft
with the best the market affords, and ooarteess
attention guaranteed patrons.
Board and lodging by the week s&oo
Board, per week..,., '... 4.00
Single meals pg
GIVE ME A CALL.
The Arago Hotel,
EMPIRE CITY, OREGON.
MRS. A, H.0RE, PROPRIETRESS.
HAVING LATELY TAKEN CHARGS
of the above hotel, and having bad tn ex
tensive experience in this tine of busiseaf, we
can safely guarantee to our patrons coafert
and accommodations excelled by no other bouse
in the county. The tables ore suppfied with the
best the market affords.
Empire City, Or,
GILBERT & EVENSOM, - -Proprietors.
MIRRORS, PICTURE THAMES,
Bed-Room Sets, Parlor Sets,
Chairs, Mouldings, and '
ALL KINDS OF TJPHOL8TKEINQ S03TS
S"Store In Cammann building, Empire City,
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jik. 2rxo3H juot oar
TIIE SPRING a SUMMER TIAD!,
COOD FITS WARRANTED.
V Please call and examine ray steak aad fea
convinced. R. MAIN.
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