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OUTLOOK IS GOOD
The Way Plans are Developing for
Coos Bay Road
- , (Orcgonian)
"Woik Is progressing in n most satis
factory manner," said Major L. 1). Kin-
' :icy, ot tho Great Central Itailroai!, who
ie in tho city for n few days, "ami I can
say that there will he several important
things nccon.pliehed before the teuton
ends. One. surveying party started laet
Monday on tho Belt Line, nt Coos Bay,
ntid another will etnrt April 1 to com
plcto tho cuncy beyond Camas Valley.
. "Tlila work is being carried on in h
systematic manner, and will he pushed
along unceasingly. The men have been
at work on Uio hie cut, and havo lost
only two weeks thla Winter on account
of had weather. Nature teemed to have
favored thorn in their work, because
there has not been much extremely bad
"Immigration into that section ir
something phenomenal. Peoplo ate
eeniiug from every section of the count
ry, and seem to have decld ed that the
cftuutry down that way ie good enough
jf not the best, placo for a homo. Those
who come have money, toe; they are
ab!o to buy land and pay. for it. In
fact, they arc tho kind af people we
need here in Oregon."
i "When will work begin on the new
"It is now bclcg carried on s fast as
tl e Winter months will permit. The
entire plan of the road I expect will be
completed toon, and tho most active
operations will be seen in this section.
No one needs worry about tho cackinc
of the road or abont our building it.
The office buildings aro now nearlj
completed and will toon bo ready for
occupancy. We aro getting everything
ready to begin active work as toon as all
details are completed."
"Coos Bay is showing- great signs o
improvement. Mills ore being con
structed and tbote that have been thni
down aro now tanning full blast
Everything inbnsinese line Ji most satis
factory to me. I could cot ask it to be
bolter. Rosebnrg, too, is seeing a most
wonderful development; butineJS con
ditions there were never better, and
they are improving,
Major Kinney has been in the city for
c fen days in conference with tho local
men interested in tho project. He ir
ploiioil at the way matters aro rnov'.ng
an i feels that the road will not have i
grjat amount cf opposition when one
it has fairly ttaned. In the matter o
the reported tale by him of hia lam
holliiiKtj in Boteburg, lm said it a
not a tale tooultidc parties, but a trans
fer to a company in which ho owns i
gu-2t amount of etoefc.
The Use of Arm.
Could Not Eat, Sleep
Miles' Heart Cure
, "If It hadn't been for Dr. Mile' Remedies
I would not be here to write this letter. Two
years ago htt June I lost the use of ray left
arm, could not ue it and could only move it
with the help of my right hand. My heart
wis so weak I could not sleep nights for
smothering spells. I was out of sorts all over
nnd couldcat nothing. I grew so weak that
IcouM not walk without staggering like a
drunken man nnd my home doctor said he
could do nothing for me. I was in so much
pain I was altnoit wild. I could not take
morphine nor opium as they made me worse,
bo Ijjot to thinking about Dr. Miles' Heart
Cure and Nervine and the more 1 thought
about it the more 1 wanted to try them. I
wrote to the Dr. Miles Medical Co. for ad
vice which I followed to the letter. I can
say today that I am glad I did as I am a well
woman now; can work and can walk two or
three miles and not mind it. 1 can also use
my arm again as well i ever. You do not
J-07 how thankful I am for those grand
medicines Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure
nnd Nervine. I think Dr. Miles' Itemedies
are the best in the world, and if I thould get
sick again 1 should take the same course.
The remedies also helped my daughter Vida
so wonderfully that 1 should have written
you before to thank you, but I wanted to be
sure that the cure was permanent, which I
now know to be the case." Mrs. Frank
'loomis, Allen, Mich.
nVAll druggists tell and guarantee first hot-'
tje Dr. Miles' Remedies. Send for free book
fy Nervous and Heart Diseases. Address
Dr. Miles Medijro! Co., Elkhart, Ind. '
Notice ia hereby civon that tho herein
oftor set forth petition for tho Incorpora
tion ol thn City of North Bend, Coos
County, Oregon, will ho presented to
tho County Court of Coos Cduuty, Ore
gon, for notion thereon on tho 1st Mon
tlnv in April of tho April UHW, term of
enid County Court, for Gooa County,
Oregon. Which said petition ia tu
words and figures ns follows, to-wlt:
To tho Honorable County Court, of
Coos County, Oregon;
We, tho tinderskned, qualified olec
tors of Coca County, Oregon, residuum
within tho boundarieii of thu herein
after described land, do hereby petition
to your honorable body that thn herein
after described tract of land "may bo
incorporated and known as tho city of
'.'North Bend" under tho general law
for tho incorporation ol Cities .Mid
towns in thu state ol Oregon, nnd des
cription of the boundaries ol raid p ro
pe d city is na follows:
Brgiuing at tho South-reat corner of
lot six of Section fifteen, of Township
Twenty.flvt South, of Itango Thirteen
West ot Willamette Meridian, run
thenco Northerly along tho West lino of
Iota five nad six ot saul Section fifteen,
and nloug tho West bo u miry of lote
two, three and four of Section ten in
said Township and Ranee, nnd tliruce
Kasterlv along thu North lino of Jute
one and two of said section ten, thence
duo East to low water liuo of Coos Bay,
thence Southerly along the low water
line of Coos lii.y to point duo hast of
the line dividing lot four of Section to
said Tow nshlp and Bame equally into
North and South halves thereof, tlicuco
duo West on said line to tho West
boundary line of said lot four, thence
North along tho West boundary line of
lots three and four of said Sectfou fifteen
to the Socth boundary line of the North
west quarter of tho North-eastquarter of
said Section fifteen, thenco west along
said South boundary line of said North
west quarter of North-east quarter and
of lot six of said Section fifteen to tho
placo of beginning.
And we do hereby stato and represent
to your honorable body that wo aro
more than one hundred and fifty people
who are residents and living within the
boundaries abovo described and of said
W'ln Vaughn, J W Flanagan, L F
Falkenstcin, K Biggs, F 11 L-ckwood.
SiR Hanson, CMByler, WM Lawler, Jr.
Altua Kingston, Ira L Wei'zel, Chas 8
Kaiser, T T Golden, C F McCollum,
John Lindgren, M P 1'endergrass, J W
Grout, C A Painter, Thos Itooke. H H
Jones, A Wirth. A F .Morri?, F Kaiser,
U ii Starbuck, ti K Walker. K.M Slianer,
W H Condart, John H KckhoO, Chas
Kckboff Jr., J G Horn, J J Burns, 0 .n
Klr-jord, Kmil Nielcon, J CToelle, Hmil
Fortell, C H Flitcroft, Victor Anderson,
Walter S Cursons, D B Barton, J C
Bridges, Ike Freelurxl, Frank Sleeper,
r 11 Chapman, Fred V Lilientball, K B
Fish, Miko Berghund, John b'andin,
John Bernath, 3-H-4
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TIMBER LAND. ACT JUNE 11, 1878. -
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
United Stoic Lnnd UlVicc, Koscburg, Oregon,.
,., Jan. s- XV'
Notice Is hereby gltvn tlul in compliance
with the tiv Munsof the ncl of fncu-t of
Juno j, iB-8. entitled "An net for the sale of
uniuei mims in me Mates ot, (.niiiurnia, uio
gon. Nev.ul,. mid Washington Territory," ns
extended to all the Public loind Stitci by net
of August 4. tllo .
UMI I.IWI t...'.tSVI.V
of Marshfield, county, of Coos, slate ol Ore
gon, hat this day tiled in this ottkc his
suom statement No J3.c, for lite vmrchasa ol
the Southeast quarter, of Section No, a,,
in Township No. 37 S. Kiiiiga No 11
West, nnd ill offer proof to show lli.l tho
lind mmitht l more valuable for Us timber r
I stone t!uii for acttcultimit purposes, mut lo
taulil ills claim to Mhl Mini lielorn V. 1
lVugt,'. t' S. Commissioner for Prrgvn it
.t.uihhihl.Crrgon. un Saturday, the mst t y
ol March, ioj
He naiuet as witnews: Wll .tAxgan, of
Mnrahfield Or.. F K Taylor. K Whitley, 1 oe
Xeeley.of Fawvk. Or, '
Anv and all perrons claiming adverse)' ih"
above doribctl Units nrr requested to lile
tbear I'lami in this ottwvon or before said ant
iU of Match, 190-j
t 10 . T. IlKitxiKs, Keglster.
TIM UK K l..Nl ACT JCNK II, 187S
NOTICK FOB PCBI.ICATION.
United Slum I.aml Ortice, Kosvburg. Oregon,
Jan. a;, lyoj
Notice Is hereby civet that u compllancr
tlU the pwvuionsof the Act of CoCKrvw ol
June 3. 187a, eittitieii, 'n net lor trio viw 01
IiiiImt Umli in the States of ('alifornm.Onrgon.
.railn nnd Washington 'rertitiKv.' ns e.teinl-
j J iI to all the Public Liud States by net of Au-
WILLIAM R. STlllltS.
of MarifWWI, County of t'os. late ot Oreton
has tills day fileil In llns otlicc Iiu jviorn suie
nient No. 4373. for Ihe iiurclui; of Die
SWjf of Ni:i-4. NWi-4oPSKi.4, Ki-j of SW
1-4 of Sec. No 19, In I'p N6N5 S. K No 11 W.
an J will offijr proof 10 shot that the land
jouclitls more valuible for lis tnnl"cr or stone
than for agricultural purposes Atiit to cstibli.li
his claim to akl land before W. U. Dom-las.
C S. Commissioner for Oregon, at .t.mhfield,
Oregon, on S.tiunUy. the 11 day of April, 1901
He names ai oitnestev Floyd Ootlelt. C U
Smth. Kd Coficll, E CofTelt, alt of Marsh
Any and all persois clalpijng adversely the
above described lards ate reqtie-ted to lite their
claims In this ctticc en or before sale if day
of April, 1903. '
1-30 J, T. IlKlocns, Kcyltl.T.
riMBF.l. LAND, ACT JUNK 3, 1S7S
NOTICK FOB PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, Koscburg, Oregon.
1-cb. 4, 1903.
Notice is hereby given that In compliance 1
uitli ihe provision of the act of Congress of lur.c I
3, 187B, entitled "An act for the sale of timber
lands in the Stales of California, Oregon. Ne
vada, nnd Washington Territory," as cxfnijcd
to all the Public l.and Stales by act of August
' ' ANTHONY STAMHCCK,
of Marshfield, county of Coos, State of Ore.
gon, has this day $in in this ofhec Ins suorn
Statement No. 450. for the purchas; of
'he SJf of SJ,' S-tion No. 31, In Town
thin No. 36 South, Kange No 11 West, and
will oiTcr proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and 10 establish his claim
to taid land before W. U Douglas, U S f.'oit.
1 nnssioner for Oregon, at .larthh-M, O.eg- n, op
j Saturday, the ad diy of May. ir03
lie nanies as MiincKcs. ix-sicr .-hiiiwi, ies:
Smith, Alvin Smith, William UoncbraLe, all of
Any anil all persons claiming adversely the
abovr-Ur-ti;ntwd lands are rcijted to liUr their
claims In this olftce on or tclofe said 2d day
of May, i;'3 J. T. UkltwKa, Kcguter. 3-ji
TIMBKB LAND, ACT JUNE.'!. LS7rf.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
UnitodStatrsUnd Office, Koteburg Oregon.
trl loin KJ3-
Notice Is hereby given that in complunce
with theprosisKHitofthe act of Congress nf f
j..v. j, .w. v.,,.v.. .... ..... .... .... ...... 1
timber Unds in 'he i'tates of Cihfornii. drt-
g.n. Vesada. and Wasliinglon Territwy," as
rxtended to all the Public 1-an J Stales by act of
August 4, 1897.
CARL A MAONEY.
of Harrison, county of Koote run, sute of Ida
ho, hat this (Uy filed in this otticc his sworn
statement No 4P3. for the purchase of the
Nl-.i j of SKr-4 ol See. 10. and N'K of SWi'4",
SWi-4 f NWi'4 of Sec. No. rr.m Tp so. 34 h,
K 11 west, and will offer proof to show that tl e
land wjux'j! is more saluab4 fonts timber or stone
tnn for agricultural purpose, and to establish
ins claim to vk! lrd lfore W. V. IJoiikIhs,
U. S. Commissioner, tor On-con, m t irshfield,
Oregon, on 'I uet'lay. the lOtfi day of une, 1903.
He name as wiin"S!et John I. M igney, of
Harrison, Idaho. John Michelbrink, Henry
Michclbrink, F F Fulli-r. of Al!etjny, Or.
Any and nil persons claiming adtvrscltr the
aboscilescribuil lands ure rcrmette) to file
their claims in this office on or b tore slid 161I1
day of June, n33.
sat I. T. Hkiixji's, Register.
TIMBEB LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878,
Nunc E FOB PUBLICATION
Unitwl Suites I .and OflV e.Roseburg, Oregon,
Feb. jo, ir3.
Nottr is hereby Riven that in compliance
with the provisions of ihe act of Congress of
June 3. 1878, entitled "An net for the s.ik- of
umUr lands in the Stilus of California, Oregon,
Nevada, nnd Washington Territory, 'as extend,
i-d 10 all ihe Public Land Slates by act of Au.
gust 4, 1803,
WALTER L CONDRON,
of Marslifwld, county of Coot, Mate ol Oregon,
r.i'nt No 4483. for the purchase of die K of
SKt-4, NW1.4 of NKi-4, Sec. 10, tml s 1.4
of Mum. of S-c. No, 3. in Tp N". 34 South,
Range No, 13 West and will offer pr Jof to show
that the Ian isoughi is more valuaMe for ,tt
""-' or siot.o .liars for agricultural pump-.
hi t ntunv liled in uiw ornco rus sworn ti.ne
lui'i iu ri uj.im ins (.1 tun 11 i ! t"""'"
W U. DoukIix, V. S. Commissioner for Ore.
gon at Mnrtlifa-ld. Oregon, on S.iturdjy, the
r,th day of liny, IW3.
Hi' names as vOtnetsos: Chai Nohlo, W II
NobW, L M Noble, D.isld nussen, all of surh
.Any and all persons claiming nilvcrsely the
alMve-de criliwl lands aru rfjuested lo file thtii
thiiUiH in this office on or before said olh day
jof M.7, ifj. . T. liuiu;i:i, RegUtur. s-s8
TIMBEB LAND ACT, JUNE ,'J, 17(3 -
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
United Jums Lind Otfice, Roieburg, Oiegon,
I'll a, Kg.
Notlu- is liornKy 1;ivi;n thlt In vompnauu
with the provhioiis ol ihe net of Coigies; o'
June 3, 1878, entitled "An Act for the sals ol
Tiinticr Intuit In (lie Sinirs of Cnllfotiita, Ore
eon. N'eswiln. ami Washington 'IVultorv." 111
mteuilcil 10 nil the l'ulillc Lnul Stittes by net ol'
(WISUH , IByj.
ortUanlifietd, county of Costs, ulnto of Ore
ghn, Ins this il.iy HUM - in this olllco tils
swoin sl.ttrinrni No. .111'., for thn initcluso ol
iheNllof NV4,.SU of NWJ of Section
No. 31, ToMittltlpaoS, of Range 11 W,. ttttl
will oiler ptoof to .show th it tho In ml lotiejit ,ls
inoic sithi.itile for lis timber or Mono Ih.iu for
iieilcuitumi imriMises, 111111,10 esininisn Ills
cl.iliu to Mid find before W, U, Do'il.u. U.S.
Cominlstloiier for Oregon, nt Miirshhchl, Uii
gon, on Saturday, tho ad dav of May, 1901,
lie iiame is witnesses; W II Morgan, Jesse
Smith, U W IWc, of Mdtshliehl, Or., V U
lavtor, of Knlivlew, Or.
Any unit nil (H'tSiins clulmlni; ndversely the
aWtvn il.ertbed lands me requested to lile
their clilms In thlsolhce on or lief 010 &.ikl ad
day ol .l.sy.iyoj.
a-J 1 J. T. Hki mills, itegliler.
TIMBF.B LAND. ACTMUNK II, 1878,
NOTICK FOB PUBIjICaTION.
United Mate Land Jllice, Kosebtirg.Oregnn.
Feb. 17. ir3.
Nolh-e Is hereby j;lven that In iiuplanee
with ihe provisions of ihe act ol C'ongrrvs nf
June 3. 1B7B. eiitllUl "An net for the vile ol
limber lands In the M.iIps of I'aliforula, Oip
ion. Nesaila, and Wtittungton Territory," nt
extended to nil the Public Liml Males by net of
Aweutt . iKa.
WILLIAM F I-NWSUN.
of Kwliutg. county t)f DoukI.is. state of Ore
gon, lias this day llletl In this olhee lils tnoiu
l..rPviw d'7.. v..1 -. V,V'ti"'!'; ! "
outh. Krtiine No. tl Writ, and will oflcr ptool
to slum that Ihe lind souiiht It moie valinbte
" vi 1 -s,-sruii ' w. ni siiiiii u "i v
for 1 s limber or stone thin for acriciiltiir.il pur-
1 ihmW. and lo i-ttabli-h his clilm ti mM laud
j tK'fiue the Itegnier and Itrcedrr of this tithee
j at Koscburg. Orrgoo. on 1'ucid.iy. the uthdity
' of May, n)i
He names as xsiintssot; Jqhn (i.vrns, CImiIcs
Tliom, John Thorn, Joseph Weittlierhy, nil of
Anv mid nil ersons claiming adversely the
ahote doKnbMl lands are rtiiucsletl 10 lite their
claims In this ollicc on orlx-furr s.nd uthdayof
,tay, 1903. J. f. ItKiiKits. IteKister. a-ai-p
TLMBKB LAND, ACT JUNK :i, LS7S
NOTICK FOB PUBLICATION.
United Stales l-aml Ollice. Kosetmii" Oregon,
Pel). 101I1, J903.
Nonce Is hereby Riven that in compliance
Hiih the provisions of the ncl of Cungrrss of
une 3. i8;3, entitled "An net for the sale of
umber hunts in the Stales of '.nhfornla Oiegon.
Ncvnd.'..aml WashinRlon Territory,'' as es
tended la all the Public Lind Slates by act ol
Aigust '. 1391.
of Marshfield. county of Coos, state of lire
Koti. has this day filed In this office her saorn
statement No 4431, for ihe tiurehasc of the
Southeast (urtrr of Section No. 3, Township
37 South, of Range No. is West and Mill
olfer proof to show that Hip land sonjhl is more
v-altuhlc for lis titular or stone than for n-rlcnl-turnl
purposes, and lo establish her claim to said
Lind before W. U, DoueUs, U S (' -niniittion
rr for Oregon
nt Marshtield Oregon, on S.lur.
dav the 3d day of ,!.iv. 1001
nue names ns witnesses: KII.Nolle, W II
Nnble. W F Noble. Chas Noble, all of .Irtish
Any and all perons claiming ndvencly the
above-describctl tinds are requested to file their
cLtims in this oltkc on or belore .said 3d day of
May. 1&03. J, T. Hkukji.s, liegislcr. 33t
TIMBKB LAND. ACT JUNE .', 1878.
NOTICK FOB PUBLICATION.
Unil.-d Sutet liind Orticc, Koseburp, On'Ron.
Feb. w, ir03.
N itice is lie'tby given that In compliance
vtfiii the provitionsoi ihe act ofConrrtsof June
3. 1878, entitled "An act for the tale of timber
kinds in Ihe Slates of California, Oreno'n, Nrv.v
iU, and Washington 'Irriilory. ' as e- ended lo
all ihe I'ublic I-ind Matesbyact of Aiiiriut 4. ioj'
of .'.farthfihl. county of Coos, Sute of Oregon,
hnsihuday filmlm Ihlt ollice his sworn state
ment No 44t . for the purchase of the l)t 4 Src.
it. Tp a6 S. K 1 1 W, ntri IJts 3 and 4. of Sec.
No 6. in Township sj South, ot Kange 11
Wr. am! will oflcr proof 10 show tluit the Una
sought ft more valuable for lit limlter or ttoni
thnn for .ignculltirnl purKK-s. nnd to rstnblisl.
Iiu cLllftl In ulfl l.infl l.fn,. W I' lltunla
j. S. Commissioner for Uresrn.' nt' Marshfield
Orion. on Kncl.iv ihr itt ,l.,v nf Maw iri
n.-nnniM ns Miinrun. V II tiLm nl
Marshfield. Or.,ls Neely, F K Taylor, lohn
u.iriiy. 01 r.iirvievv, ur,
Any nnd all ixrsons claiming ndvcrvly ihe
alios i--!escrilel lands are rrpititi to file ilieir
claims in this office on 0 before said 1st day
of. Iay. ir3,
a-31 , J. T. IIkidoks, Register.
TINIIBR LAND ACT JUNE 3, 1878,
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
United r-tten Land Olllco. Kosoburg
Oreijon. Jan. 5 1WKI
Notice ia hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of tho net ol
Congresa of' June II, 1878, entitled 'An
net for the rale of timber htnda in the
KtntiiH of California, Oregon, Nevada,
nnd Waahinglon Territory," na oxtentlfd
to all tho Public Land Btutua by act of
August 4. 1RU2
BICIIABD J. COKE,
of Mnrehfiold, county of Cooa, Stnto of
Oregon, has thla day file I in this ollictijT
nibjiworn Biuieuiuni. imi. i i , iur uio;
Surcnaso 01 1110 1.01 ami j.i z 01 hi.i-i
ectlon 27 and NWI-I of '.HW 1-4 of
Section No. 2 In Townshii) No. 21 8,
Range No. II W, and will offer proof to
ahow that tho land sought la moro
vnluabln for ite timber or stono than for
agricultural purposes, nnd to establish
bin claim to said hind before W. U.
Douglas, U. S. Commissioner for Oregon
nt .Marshfield Oregon, on .Monday, thu
30th day of March, 11)03,
IIo natnes;8a witnesses: A A A rider
eon, Allegany, Or.. F A Kelly, Marh
fleld, Or , Fred N011I1, Allegany, Or.,
en... v,...i. .rni.it..i.i n
Anv and all nerKona cla'iulni; advorflc-1
y thu abovo-do'cribod Inni'.w aro re
(ideated to lllo their claiiriH in thla nfllnu
on or before tnid ,'lOth day of Mnr, IliOII.
j-1'4 J. T. JtMUHiiM, Bugibter.
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in el ffnrent colora with rich gold ati
silver decorations (mounting, 'iucliid. ,
(Kuiiiu)- PRICE ON A $ Mi. frvn
ovt7whei prepaid in iiiiur
"LILIPUT S'ICH0stOJ,l: CO,
FORREST BUILDING, i'hilndolpl
A Scvore Accident
l.nst K uu ilny iivotiliit; wltllo rcluriiliig
from Ihiiulon Mrs. K. Boyd, of Hits oily,
mot with tjullo a Hovoru accident. In
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company with suvoral olhurn ho """.
Biiting on tho niter deck, when A gits: ol
wind hluw over 11 plucool i turnery tisotl
by tho Slur Comrily Co. Thu falling
ploco struck Mrs, Boyd 011 tho hack ot
Uio huud and nlthougli tho pleuo wns
very light tho shuck rontlored svurt mi III
eluiit to cause ttueoiisciotisnuss, which
I tidied about au hour and 11 half
Wo nru now more than plimtu'd In
alnlo Unit tho lady Is progressing ulcely
iiud will aooubu hortoll igtilu.
Thoro uro iihottt
tho I'nlted .Stilton,
jumbico com, Tlw tiverngo cot of pro
ilifultig 1111 nero of corn Is $f.7!l.
(iroiiml for thn new atnlo eupltol r.t
HiitTlKhiirg, Pn linn been lirnUi'ii. Thu
hiilhUug will cost ?I,IHH),(KKI 11111I will
be completed In Jitmiiiry, HXHJ.
Ouf niitloiiiil I'lipltnl hold-t wlutt In
prolmhly n wtirhl'M record In lettrr
writing. Ktich liihnhltiiiit HpeinlHnbiiiit
f;i.'J." yearly In the purchnNo of poHtugu
A movement U on foot In .St. LoiiIm
to erect n tiKuiuiiii'iit to tho uiQimiry of
II. Urtitz Brown, it former governor of
MNmitirl and 11 cundlilitto for vice prert
ldoiit 011 tho Oreeley ticket In 1S7"-'.
Tho fnmniiM Wnril MeAlllnler funnr
nenr Newpiirt, It, I., whom MeAlllHlur
wmto tho edition do luxe of "Wlmt 1
Know of Society," Iiiih been rentetl tt
Mortin Burr', mi Irltli furmer, for
Sleeping car tlcketrt bearing tho III
tornnl reveuuo war tnx Mump re
turned to tho treiiHiiry ili-pnrtinoiit for
ri'huto filled tbfrty-Hlx eanea and
welglmd H0 tout. It will take nix,
elerkH Hov'eral moiithn to nroiort them. '
There Ik not n Mingle negro In either
hotiHu of thu .South Cnnillnn gciicnil
riHtenihly thin year. It la the II rat time
that lint been tho case alnco tho en
frnuchlMoiucnt of the negro, although
InHt year theru wiim but otto colored
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That is what we have ta'sell. and
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we can fill all orders for any
and all kinds. THE " QUALITY
is guaranteeil and the price is
OUR STOCK INQLTTDES
anything recinired in Fir. Spruce,
' 1 .--.- ,, --i-HMMnsMnifsTTfiiiiir ssn i sinssstf twiiinii nr - r 1 J
Red and White.Oedar.
iSfMPSON LUMBER CO. t
PJionc Alain 151,
A good prescription
Tho fl emit pniikot In tuiiMigh for tisunt
I'lin liiiullv liotllo (00 ri'iils)
iwiiiisiiin it niii'iuv lur u rimi, oil itriiK
glotH boll tlit-iu.
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M11 It oa regular trips btttwnii Hun Fran-
ciSQOiinil Porllniiil vln lliiinholdt
and Coom Bay, calling at
ntiove porta ench
Tho ALLIANCE Is n llrfl-olrjsi patten
Her ho.tl, mill Imi nil thn mod
ern rouveuleiiriiri.niid Innuu
of lliu flints-tit nteitiiitirn
of her clnsri
For freight ami passeugur rntos or nail
ing dales, apply to
MABHHFIELl), :: : OBECION
t THE STEAMER
. Xlil.bOX, Mrnitn.
Vill .lilt It n llcttiilitr 'l'rlpsr
PA8SEHGERS AND FREIGHT
-LOWEST RATES. !
Oregou Coal A Navigation Co ,
K.S.DOW, Agent. .Marshfield, Oregoa
H.O. CO. Agont, Empire Olty, Oregon
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n ti d P o r t 1 11 11 d
e a il i 11 k M it K n . i 11 0 h .
P L A Y I NO (J A iTTl
0 11 h fur nil
.Slalloncry, Jewelry, itntinn-
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