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THE INDEPENDENT
1
SATURDAY, JULY 23,
1883.
COOS COUUTY.
JLa Seem by a Pair of "Independent"
- JJnmoriata.
Ljitg along the Oregon coast be
tween Douglas and Curry, is the coun
ty of Coos. Current narrators record
its hisoory with more cr leas correct
ness up to tlio 16th of July, ia the
year of grace, A. D. 1883.
On the morning of that date a sad
faced looking couple took passage ou
the six o'clock A. m. Roseburg and Coos
Bay Stage 'Company s hacic tor the
terminus at Coos City. Like a thin
of lifo we sped over the hard road and
farm-lined avenue until at ten o'clock
y?9 drw rein at Laird's, the station at
the eastern'.. bass of the coast range,
whe re the first change of horses is made.
After a hearty and relishable meal
'Curt." brought out the eight-wheeled
locomotive used for transportation over
fcho range. In one hour and ten min
utes we wero at the summit. Without
pausing to peer through the iuijfea
-1 etrahle mass of smoke which hid our
vievetoXhe east, we commenced the
easy and cotnfertable descent Laird's,
ftt the western base, was leached at
; jp. f., where w changed drivers, horses
juid hack.
r With a (locomotive and tender) that
had seen service on the 0. & 0. stae
jine, we successfully and pleasantly
passed on down the East Fork. of the
Cocpulle to Dora, where the mail was
changed and the journey iesurned. At
.a few minutes past six o'clock wo drew
rein at Benham's, known in the depart
ment l-ecords as Fairview, Coos county,
Oregon, on the North Fork of the Co.
jjuille,
"Nasbv" was willing for the douceui
io take us in for the night ve tourists.
Night changed into day rapidly- as we
snugged ourselves under Mrs, B. 's com
fortable bed-covering. The 17th dawn
ed as usual. At 1 o'clock p. m., the
Coquille and Fairview stage stood at
the door and we were soon traveling
leisurely toward Coquille City, which
is reached from the It. & C. B. line by
: read which diverges to "the left ten
miles east of Coos City, over the high
land between the waters of the East
Fork and Cunningham Creek. Down
the east bank of this stream "Darby"
!&ud his equines soon was carrying us,
At four o clock we came within th
limits of Coquille City, nestling among
jtqe grana signts oi tne.uoquuie river
jogion. Drawing up at the door of the
dire House, Mrs.' Snyder, tho present
1 1 ( 1 S4 1 1
-chief de cuisine, welcomed us to her
comfortable house.
The distance by stage road from Fair
yiew is ten miles; the fare one dollar
"The route is not particularly attractive
Above that region.- save in the fact that
the level uplands between tho valley
of the East Fork and Cunningham
Creek, give unmistakable evidence o
i lies, seeking homes, being not more
difficult to clear of timber than the
arms now under a high state of culti
yation in the adjacent region
On Cunningham Creek we encoun
for a great deal of farm transportation
It is a sled, and muse derive its name
from the similarity of use, as snow
ecarceJy qver falls in this immediate
.section.
On the 18th tte "humorists" joined
themselves to a party of Roseburg cap
italists en-route for Coos Bay. Pro
-ceding down the Coquille river on th
.steamer Owes, Capt. Reed,"-eight and
one-half miles, we debarked at the
juouth of Beaver slough, where we took
ft skiff propelled by two men, to a point
our miles from the Coquille river,
jrbere we transferred to a stout wagon
and rode four wiles and a half to the
Isthmus slough, Coos Bay. Traveling
by an open boat resembling a skiff of
the "laud lubber." we reached Utter
City, in two and one-half miles. At
this point we saw the first deep water
Anchorage for ocean steamers, and
jp tsse, on board the bay steamer Myr
Jleclose to the huge coal bunkers, from
which the steamer Areata regularly car
ries Coos Bay coal to the San Francisco
jnarkct. Our ntfxt stoppage was for
v ihe transfer of niaibat Coos City, and
- reached Marshfield at five o'clock.
At 10 o'clock of the 0 fch morning of
July,. 1883, we rounded the point of
land above Empire City and came in
iiisrht of the illimitable cloud-batfkrest-
jng over the oiling of tho harbor ijL
Coos Bay.' , At twelve we ascended the
bluff near Empire City and caught our
first glimpse of the . Pacific Ocean.
With a glass we. surveyed Point Ai-go
And the llght-.housej while in the offing
leisurely steamed the U. S. revenue
-cutter Shubrick, r
After spending two days on the bay,
viewing the wonderful things in ma
jchinery, hotel bills and great saw-logs,
the senior iaember,oi the invalid corps
alluded U in the opening chapter, re
turned with .some, reluctance to Ccos
City, the terminus of the JX. & C. B.
v stage line, and gladly- became the weir
come guest of lion. Lowry Watson,
Who in comfortably and happily domi
ciled thww .
On Saturday at 1 o'clock p. M. we
took convoyage with the veteran Brown,
for homft. At Lairds, at tea o'clock,
we ensconsed ourselves in a wide bed
or a rest, Jn the morning watch, ere
the matin lays of the proverbial early
jbird had hlled all the fepest with mel
ody, we were ascending the western
filope of tie. Coast range. The distance
from Laird's to the summit is twelve
jb iles and the grade is most easy. At
1? o'clock we had passed "Cape "Horn"
and the dizzy places skirting the road on
either side,' and were awaiting & boun
tiful breaktust at Laird's, on the eastern
tide.
At Cape Horn we " saw how Mr.
Glover, the kind Superintendent of the
line, had successfully solved the diffi
culties " which heretofore had almost
blocked travel on this long used I route
of communication between the i coast
and the interior. Great stories are told
of the danger of this point before
Messrs. Salisbury, Hailey & Co. ac
quired their present franchise for oper
ating a toll road over that part of their
stage line between Laird's on the east,
and Coos .City. Now one sees only
a good grade, hewn out with giant
powder, around a point commonplace
in appearance, in comparison with oth
thcr points of interest on this line.
The Itoseburg capitalists alluded to
above, were Mr. Baker, of the Hose-
burg bank, his son-in-law, )v. S.
Humphrey, and Hon. B. Hermann. To
these gentlemen, particularly the latter,
are we indebted for the display ot
that hearty kindness, which is his strik
ing peculiarity at heme and abroad.
lo the entire people with whom we
came in contact throughout our iourney
we have to record only kindness most
marked aud undemonstrative.
At 11:25 of Saturday, July 21st, we
were at home, having, came from Coos
City in 16 hour3, actual travel. Mr,
Glover is constantly on the route, and
has made continuous improvements ever
since the winter rams ceased.
At Dora a wagon road lead3 down
the East Coquille to Mvrtle Point,
where travelers take tide steamer for
Bandon. This route is preferred bv all
-who prefer it.
Incidents of interest during the trip
are numerous: Carter, who drives from
West Laird to Coos City is an expert
with mustangs. During the trip over,
the hostler at Middle Creek Station had
to secure his assistance in quieting a
glass-eyed cay use that had taken the
stable. Ouce subdued he appeared very
lamb-like, "Old Charley," a horse well
known by travelers on the overland
line, has constantly to be watched, as
he never misses an opportunity to shy
if there is a chance to break something
by getting out of the road. It is need,
less to say he has found work ;w here
there is no chance to throw the stage
down the gtade.
At Coquille Citv moving naturally
from a horse to an editor we met
Dean of the "Coquille Herald." His
rotund form is entirely too "phat" for
this age of "lean tjpe, and so we are
just mean enough t tell a story we
heard about him. His wife secured his
services in constructing a "clothes
press." In nailing the various pieces
together he found that they did not
match, so he just put his "form," weigh
ing 250 pounds, where it would do the
most good in bringing the pieces togeth
er. There was a loud crash in the gar
ret just then. His wife came upon the
scene and found not Only a wreck
of the "clothes press," but her husband
in a state of chaos, with his feet in the
air and a very painful rent in his back
six inches lorn. The cuticle will be re
stored in time, butHhe garments which
covered thatlart of ,his anatomy be
tween he shoulder-blades will have to
be' discarded' as no man is luxurious
enough in his tastes to" desire a shirt
open before' and behind.
At the Commercial Hotel in Marsh
field we saw Siglin, Lane and other
lights -if the Democratic fold. We
judge from the wray they munched the
ends of their fragrant havanas, that the
chances for . Democratic ascendency are
considered good in Coos.
Both papers at Marahfield seem to
be prosperous. This is the more surpris
ing if we take into account the amount
cf "moss" on their managerial backs.
At Empire we met Mr. S. Campbed,
former Jy residing here, J. A. Gray, a
new attorney from Portland, and the
irrepressible Watson, collector of the
port of Coos Bay. Miss Bilger, Miss
Chitwood and Miss Dowell, of Jackson
county, are spending the summer
months there. The other fellow of the
"pair" returns thanks to Mrs. Tenbrook
for shells and curious marine plants.
Mrs. T. is making the Lockhart House
a very popular hotel. The short-haired
poet could hard'y close this account of
a pleasant trip without saying a word
in favor of the Central Hotel in Marsh-
field. It is as well conducted as could"
be de3ired, and is a welcome home to
travelers on the Bay.
The Last Strike
At precisely- noon, "Washington time,
on July 20, the telegraph operators
throughout the whole United States,
dropped their keys and refused to work.
Tho effect of this action was startling
toVthe business community, although
previous information has ben received
that such an event might occur, The
public, and especially the commercial
world, has been so long accustomed to
rely upon the telegraph, that the post 1
and eptess services were entirely
unprepared to be relegated to the'man-
ner of doing business twenty yoars ago,
still such must be the case unless some
compromise be effected. This strike is,
says the Brotheilieod of telegraphers,
the result of the tyranny and unjust
treatment meted out to them during the
past ten years, during which time thf ee
general reductions ia wages have been
made. The present average for com
mercial operators in this state is $54 43
per month, and the average of railroad
operators is 39 50; besides, operators
are not allowed extra compensation for
pSunday work, and railroad operators
.at stations where but one man is em
ployed are required to work from four
teen to sixteen hours a day. They say
that the members pf the Brotherhood
' ' ' "' I 1 1 1IL'.HII.H. . lt-llll HI I. 1 I
feel that thev'are strong enough to war
rant them in demanding of the variors
telegraph companies a partial restora
tion to the standard of salaries paid be
fore the mereiless and systematic
squeezes were made. In explanation f
the demand "for a general increase of
fifteen per cent, it is only necessary to
call attention to the frequent reduction
that have been made, notwithstanding
the net profits of handling messages are
much greater than in former years, oc
casioned by improved machinery and
the more skillful labor how employed.
Oar sympathy is with the striker?.
The telegraph corporations, not satisfied
with' -the". largo dividends made and
which were constantly increasing, at
tempted to swell them by cutting down
the wages of the employees, or as they
express it, "squeezing" them. The de
mand of the strikers -was just and
should havo been acceeded to at once.
They only asked a fair days wages for
a fair days work. ,
HUBBAED
Ureek Mill
t'LAHK & l'ROl'3.
rAVIXG rURCIIASKD THE ABOVE NAMED
L mills of E. Stephen and Co., we are now pre-
jiared to furnish any amount of the best quality of
ever offered ta the nubiic if Douirlas county. We
will furnish at the mill at the following prices:
No. 1 rough lumber .$12 per M.
No. 1 floonng, (i-mch , 24 per M.
No. 1 flooring, 4-iiich.. per M.
No. 1 finiKhinjf lumber. 20 per M.
No. 1 niiiwliin; lumber dres.ul on 2 Bides. ier ii.
No. 1 finishing lumber dreed on 4 sides.. per M.
CLABTxE & BAKER.
11
ULLSVA
I
S NOW PREPARED TO DO ANY
kind of work in bia line. Headstones
and Monuments of all descriptions, at very
low prices and warranted to give ample sat
isfaction.
M. SiXLIVAN.
W.T.PEET,
W. S, UUMPHREV,
A. Y. I10VEY,
H. C. HUM MIKE Y
DOUGLAS CO. BANK,
Feet, Humphrey & Co,
rn R AN S ACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
I Draw sijjht draits on Portland, San Fraueisco,
New York and other point:. Bills of exchange on
principal points in Europe.
Deposits Revived Subject to Bight Check
T. S. LASI OFFICE,
lLO:'7;nUKG, OREGON, May 26, 18S3.
TOTTeK IS UKitEBY GIVEN, IN PURSUANCE
IA of an Ml oi Coiiaress of June 3. 187S, fir the
salo of Tiu'ib'.-r lands in th States of California, Ore
gon and Washington Territory, that David Grenot baa
applied to purchase the Northwest quarter of JNortn-tt-es-t
quarter, and Lot six of Section twenty-four,
Township twentv-sjveu souui of luinye seven west a
Wiliamette meridian. f
Any and all persons claiming adversely any of the
anove aeerineu unua must nie tneir cintus wnn iue
Register of the Land Office durinir the sixty days pub
licatiou hereof, and failing: to do so their rights will
re barred by statute.
j2-'Jt W, F. BENJAMIN, Register,
FARMS
FOE
SAlis,
The undersigned lias lor sale
the foliowing Ileal Prop
erty in Douglas Coun
ty, Statcof Oregon:
A- FIRST-CLASS GRAIN FARM NEAR THE
Town of Wilbur, coutavmn!; 314 acres. Has a
gcod dwelling house and out-builduigs, and a flue or
chard; all well fenced and watered; 250 acres iu grain.
A desirable home and very cheap.
OSE FARM CONTAINING 352 ACREsTa OF
which is plow land in cultivation, balance pas
ture; all fenced; well watered; , good improvements
and orchard. , ti
0si
SECTION OF LAND NEAR THE TOWN
f Scottsburg; 80 acres river bottom, balance bill
and timber land,
Ai FARM NEAR WILBUR, CONTAINING 923
acres; 125 acres in grain, the balance splendid
grazing land. About 300 aeress Jovel, well watered
and well improved. The crop and 500 head of f heep
will be sold with the1 land if desired by purchaser, at
a bargain. '
FARM NEAR ROSiJtn'RG, CONTAINING 320
acres, all under .fence. Uood farm or grazing
land. ;-- .-
AUNE STOCK FA RM CONTAINING g.fl ACRKS
12 miles from Roseburg; 125 acreof good grain
laud, at a bargain.
A
LARGK "STOCK; AND GRAIN FARM NEAR
Oakland, containinir -322a acres. Abe lit 700
acres plow land, well fenced aud well watered.
A STEAM SAWMILL AT DRAIN STATION ON
Railroad.
A
FLOURING HILL AT SCOTTSBURG.
A NO. ONE FLOURING MILL FOUR MILES
from Oakland, on CalijKJoia creek.
A NUMBER OF TOWN LOTS IN THE CITY OF
-a. o
Oakland.
I will sell the above real property on rea
sonable terma. For full tJarticulars enauire
of J. C JETI7TCHINSON,
Oakland, Douglas County, Oregon.
Administrator's Notice.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT N PUR
Xi Buance of an order of the County Coiu-t of Doug
las County, Oregon, entered therein on the second
day of ApriL lt&ii, the undersigned, administrator of
the estate of Woodson Patterson, deceased, will, on
Saturday, the 11th day of August IS83, at 1 o'clock P.
M. of said day sell on the promises to the highest bid
der for cash, the following described real utfc f
said deceased, to-wit: The south " half of the north?
half of the donation land claim of Abraham Patter
sou and wife, being claim No. 40, in townafiip No.
20, -south vt range 6 west of the Willamette meridian
situate in Douglas county, Oi-esron, containinjr ICO.'
acres, excepting therefrom one acre of the northwest
corner said lunu. Alee simple title guaranteed and
possession given after harvest
J. A. KIRKENDALL, administrator.
. Herman & Ball, attys. for estate
June 23, 1SS3.
TI70KK G1VEX OUT. ON RECEIPT
1 V of your address we will make an offer
by which yon can earn $3 to 7 evenings, at
your hoiut Mvi:, women, Tjovs or girls can
doit. if. C. U'.'U.jnson ot Co. ia"i and
J97 Fuiton sti -set, jrew York. - mlO.
FARMERS, LOOK!
FOE TUB BEST WEARIXa
O.O.T
5
For men and and tliemost dura We shoes for
misses aial children, try the celebrated .- i
vSEOlv-CLAD GOODS
. Manufactured by
PORTER, SLESSINGER,
& CO.
San Franci o. Thev are guaranteed to give witis
fiictiou. Will Hot "break ia the back or rip in the
side. AH good of this manufacture wade by white
men. No Chinamen emiluycd. For sale by
FLOED&CO.
ROSEBURO.
YONOALLA.
OAKLAND
BOOTH BROS.
G. YOUNO
FilETROPOUTAiJ SALOON 9'
ROSEBURG, OREGON,
McOULLOOH & CO,
ONLY THE BEST BILl.YDS
OF-
Wliiesf, Iiq.uois fc Cigars
Kept on. h:md, and customers will find this a pleasant
nl ace of resort. Give me a call.
XW One door south of the Metropolitan Hoter tFA
JAMES DEARLING,
Blacksmith and Farrier,
And well-known to the neonle of PoucrUs county
would respectfully aiuiounee that he w prepared to
do all kinds of work in his Hue and guarantees sans
faction.
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY
Anv fanner haviner a plow to sharpen or machinery
to repair will do well to ijive me a call at my old
stand. "
I have a full stock of iron and steel, and having
purchased the same at a low price, can do work, bo
far as nricts are concerned, cheaper than any who
wiil attempt competition, JA!3. DEAULINU,
Oaklauu, Oregon.
OKffi FINE SHEEP
F OR I
JiLd
BY
Mrs. Eliza J. Sutherlin,
4 DM IN 1STRATR1X OF THE ESTATE OF JAME
J P. Sutherlin, deceased, late of Douglas county
Oregon. One hundred and fifty of these sheep are
' The orifdnol stotk were imported and bred by Mrs.
Riaco of California; they ore large and the heaviest
shearers In the i world; ahou . 100 are a cross between
pure Spanish Merino ewes and French buck-?. Owing
to the decease of the owner, tl.es.e sheep will have to
be sold at public sale, and will be sold at ten o'clock
on i
Wednesday, the First Day cf August, 1383,
At WILBUR, known as Umpqua Station, on the
Oregon and California railroad, Douglas county, Ore
gon. Trnis of Kile, cash in hand, or note with ap
proved security and interest at ten per cent, per an
num. ELIZA J. SUTHERLIN,
j7-4t ; ; Administrator.
,n..ft r7- A1. t-.jlji.l T.1'1! FVI
3ml
Opposite Metropolitan Hotel, Eosebxtrg.
Shaving and Hair Cutting in a
Workmanlike Mainaer.
R.S. &J. a SHERIDAN
(Suwessors to Thos. T. Sheridan)
DEALERS IN HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES,
OCXS, CUTLERY, AND TINNERS FUR
NISHIMG GOODS. '
TIX STOKE, KOSESUIIS, r.
Having secured the anove business, we are pre
Jired to keep up its former good name for work and
prices. We have the best of material aud always a
full stock of goods on hand and it is our aim to fur
nish customers with first-class articles at live and let
live prices. A full stock of '
Iron nnd Steel IToi Sale.
Dealers from abroad will receive 4romrt attention.
R. S. & J. C. SHERIDAN.
BUY THS
t.Ul'QUA VALLEY 5IILLS
FLOUK! ECOUH!
THE BEST IX THE MAKKET!
Address A. W. Stearns, Can
yonvillc, Oregon. .
European Steamship Tiekcts.
CONFEllJiXUE RxVTES.
TICKETS SOLD TO AND FROM ALL PARTS OF
Europe to all points of Oregon, Waohington,
Idaho and Montana, at greatly reduced and lowest
possible rate over the following lines: North Ger
man Loyd Steamship Company. Hamburg American
Packet Coiniwtny. White Star Line Steamship Com
pany, -Red Star Line Steamship Company. Ameri
lcan Line Steamship Company, Apply personally or
by letter to
OELDNDORFF, HARVEY, and LEAHY,
No. 10 Washington street, National Bank Buildiu"
P. O. Box 53, Portland, Oregon.
Our Spring and Suinmc
Price-Lkt Ko. S3, h&s made
its appearance improved
I and enlarged. Over 200
pages. UTer if, UUJ illus
trations. Contains nnnt..
thus, descriptions and illustrations of
pearly all articles in general uBe, from
Adam and Eve to Sitting Bull and Mrs.
Langtry. It costs us 25 cents for every
copy we mail nearly $50,000 per annum.
It makes our hair red to think of it. We
chould have the cost of production. The
book is full of brains. Send for it, and
enclose 25 cents anything or nothing
Let 03 hear from you. Eespectfullv,
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO,
? At US9 WtMh Atms C'Mcaso, IU. J,
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V I h1lnV
As I will positivey close
out business within the next'
25 days, immense bnrgaigis
can be had by
and often.
rcH up
efoie
1'
AND BUY A
harness'
One of the biircest and best stock of
nothing but the best
EY
Cont Fail
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I AY ; GAM
SEE WHAT? WHY, THAT. THE
I 1 I Hi
HAS THE LARGEST STOCK OP
EVER BROUGHT TO ROSEBUR !
INCLUDING EVERY VARIETY OF
LADIES' DBESS
OF THE YfeRY LA EST STYLES. ALSO
GENTLEMEN AND BOYS'
BEADY MADE CLOTHING!
D
o TVot "Fail to Cull anil Examine Stoolcl
is motto is iuick &ale3 and isinall
EememTssr the Place, ITcw York Store, SoseTjurg,
SHERIDAN BBOTHJBROSEBURG; OR'GiN.
They wouLl announce that they have just received and now have on hand one of the
Largest Stocks of General Hardraro
Ever broueht to L'oncrlaa, nd when adJed to their STOVES OP AT.! PT
TKHNS and HEADY MADE TISWAKFJ, thejare prepared to dec.are they havo tht
b-s. supply in their line ot auyhouso m Southern Oregon, which they propose
EISMES GH3LM?SB.' ffH&H A3SY-OH3
can purchase elsewhere. .
;n,ho shape of bu.ldin materials- in the way t locke, butts, etc we can of-;
superior inducements to purchasers. Tiy us. t r
We can ive you bargains in the fo'.i jwing brands of stoves, not equalled else
where -Buck's, Bonanza, Farmer Utility, Dexter, Pacific, Wide WeBt Clareudor
Occidei Iron King, Empire City, and other stoves and ranges. '
The b:st of workmen ais constantly employed in the manufacture cf our Tmwar
and buyers should learn our prices. "
We have also taragins to offer in guns, such as Wincheeter, Sharp and the? Itt'e
as well as in Shot-guns and Pisto's.
We aie aho Ajjenis for the White Peerles and New Home Sewing Macbiiio wiii M
we sell at lowest rates and warrant ascouinle te ia every respect, ' '
We can also supply- v
Archill and Habbw Eainls,
He
best in the msrket. at. lowest rateo.
ye as a call, inspect )ur stock, inquire
any
one can. . .
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WILL SELL THE SAME
CHEAP FOR CASH!
PJIICE LIST?
Calicos, 5 cents per yard.
Ladies' dress goods, 8 cents per vard.
Corsets, 50 cents.
Genuine kid gloves, 75 per pair.
Coffee, No. 1 Costa Rico, 7 lbs. for. 51.
Persian Casliraere, 25 cents per yard.
Suitings, 1 2 i cents per yard.
Fine Japanese teas, 45. cents per lb.
Six spools silk thread, 25 cents.
Other articles in proportion.
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My motto is cash sales & small proSU
F. T. HOG AN.
UNTIL FURTHER
171
ft
Will sell goods
AT FOLLOWING QUOTATIONS
s-
Best bi-ands of prints 13 yds. $1 00.
White Rock and Lonsdale Mus- '
lin 10 yds................... 1 00.
Canton Flannel from 9 to 1G cents per
yard. V -
Ladies Brocaded Dress Good, 11 ct.
per yaru.
Cotton Batting i'O r-onts per vard.
Brooks, Court aud Clark's spool cot
ton, 60 cents ir iloz.
Ladies' Calf Shoes, 1 75 per pair.
-Ladies' Cloth Balmorals, 1 50 each. -
Table liiien from 35 to 60cis.'''pr. yard.
Costa Rica Coffee No. I guuranteiid,
seven Kunds for $1 00. v
Tea, our own Brands, 37 cts. per lb.
Sugars from 1 1 i to 13 cents ter lb.
To.uatces $1 75 per dozen.
Rice No. 1 CaiolLna, 8 cents per lb.
And all other goods in our line in
proportion. We have given you these
quotations and hope that one and all
will take advantage of our price list.
CAE0 BE0THEES.
AT THE OLD ESTABLISHMENT
OF MOSES APPLE, NEXT
DOOPv TO MARK'S &
CO., OFFERS FOR
SALE THE FINEST VARIETY"
OF TOBACCO," CIGARS AND
CONFECTION EUY EVE R
OFFERED IX ROSE
BURG, AT
PRICES LOWER THAN THE
LOWEST. CIGARETTES A
SPECIALTY", A FINE
SUPPLY OF HOLI
DAY GOODS.
"concrete pipe.
HENKV G A.TFRMAN AND ""LOCIS CELFII
have obtained the riht for lJou-'Us oovcitv lor
on(i:utoii3 Concrete ripe,
frr conveying water, and. Louts tlclf'ts anil Georpe
Tr-rtsmaii h:ive obtained tho njjht ior Jim-tp'sin nii
Curry counties, mid MilJ wll (armor individual risrlivs
and lay Ue:ttthe theiiet figures, aiiv aito from
1 J to 22 inches furuuhed. Tids pi; is much
Cheaper than ood, Iron or Lead !
U U also well suited for rrriritlon or yp.ruag parpoie
andean xi laid any distancft" without joifiis
Axle feease!
Beat In the world- Gettlie gennlne.
-7ery paelcago has our trade-mark
aurl is Biarted Froze v's. SOLD EV
E2lirWirE2lE. 11035-1
BUY O jMjDY
CAN YON YILLE MILLS
FLOUB
rpnfs s'Loea is MA.yrr.'-iUREi feomokly
.L thabest t whf.c. I Kh ve for sate' also Bnn,
.i.-ti, and JIUd:in.-s, lt.io.ni, Ifain, Lard, etc.
urjd in the moat s ienudc ruaner. Purcluisera wit.
do ifi a tvi ty loavoct tuv stock at th OanyonviJU
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