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THE COAST MAIL.
N,'I'I'KI.V, . - Mnyai,!?,
Wauom Uoadh It In n fact that
must In' admitted, (linl llm ikmii1o of
the ('niiilllo hnve made bettor uo of
their mad tines during llm year pnst
tlinu thmmnl tlm liny mid vicinity.
Though the majority of tho property
mill personal loud lax, Ih on this side,
there bus boon live miles of wagon
mini liiitlt in tilt) Coqiiillo rinr vnlluy
to oiioiin tholrlbiitaiios of tho liny.
There Is wngon tuml connecting ('(
Hiiillo city with tlm Conn 'liny wngon
roml nt KnlrUtMV, nnil nnotlicr from
Dom to Myillo Point, 'down tho North
Pork Tlio middle fork of llm Co
ijulllo ha it wagon roml for onm
miles above Myrtle Point, while tlm
xolilli folk line probably twenty '
of mint const) noted. II W probable
Unit tlm roml between Coiilllo city
tind Myrtlo Point will lw opumil for
wagons during Hi" fuming summer
It should bo Ht miy rale. These, roads,
nf course, nro rough mid Imperfect,
vol tlioy are passable during tlm rtiiti
iiter, mnl can lit? Improved onslly. It
1 gratify lug to not that some Ikjiio
lit lit likely 5oii to Iwi realized fniin
tho road tux In tliU nelghlHVhood.
It i turn that wv have a wagon road
upon to i:ntMirt nnd Newport, which
U ory useful, lint we now need a wng
on itmit front Miirshllold and Empire
'it), mnl liy it judicium oxpeiidiluto
of llm nnllnblo mean for tlinl pur
hh' It will Nxnt iKMU'ooniplUliod.
Homk IkiuJktuV Wo tiro willing ttl
wager Unit Coon county produrcs
tnoro poetry ( called) In projxirtion
to it nroii of tillable Irtiitl tlntit miyi
otlior county In Orfgon. Wry few of J
our nun people nmnwato of tlio ln(
titiitM ieouteos of tlm county In i
tlinl lino liy which wo nro sur
rounded Tlm county maintains n
huge bushier In the ptodtiction mid
export of coul, lumber and otlmr nr
luhs too numerous to mention, Iml
if it p.tyiifg fmolgu donmnd oonld bo
erenlod, for tlm poolry that this region
l capable of producing, It would kooii
tillHalt otlior oxjHiru, mid llm
utility would Income tlm riohwt In
tlio stale It should l tlio niin of nil
nh.wuo ititoriwlvd In this branch of
tiitiiufiu tin, to bring tlm subject to
tin n-.tiof of t'oiiintnnllltw abrond
h there Is aecareity of till eln!
of k ! in order that their hiliirj
may contribute to their inMorlnl j
UnM wie An mtnotincoil, tlm Km
pin City Amattin Drntiitttle Hooioty, I
li,i Mioitlorlitlniiiont, Ittnt Wedno. (
l.ty ofiiinx, to a cjrwiiNl Imnno.
Tito SttUltll? inmlo mi cxlrn trip,
l.riiiKonr iitilto a ihiiiiIht from tlm up
por liny, mid Coo rivor.mid rultirnoil
ttfit-r tho jt'tformiuicw. Wo lumr il j
P'in ntlly hi1.cii of a miocum. Af
lor (ho procroioiii') of tho ovenin !
wiitintt' luilod. n loud itiid'olmiioroiis j
t ill ut mitdn for I. 1. l.aim wlnl rwt
Itn-tftiitly npjwnrod, mid muuxoil tlm
MidmiH'o forn rliorl timo, concludiiiK
l liikini; tip n collotlon,( nlioiit H)
hIiu-Ii hodoimtod to tho I my Arthur
A NoImh, fur wltoo lioimllt tlm ontor
littniuont wiot Ktvon. Mimio ImiIiij;
fum ml icd liy Mi4ri. Hnrplutm mid
Hlnuir, it wxlitl dmioo oonclndcd tlm
tilHiir Tlm muotiut taken in at (he
iloor wnt H0. Tlm not proceed of
whioh will lo iimmI to HMid tlm hoy
oIkuo iiivtnol.lmuk lo hU inothor(iu
H.ll M P.TAL ACCIIiKNT.I.illit
Mundtty, m tho twin loy of W, Pnx
Hin, who live nl A lkou' plnee on
hthiniu SIoukIi, wer plnyin in tlm
hoimo, out) of tho lilockn cniuo out
front tinder tlm Ip of tho utovu mid it
fell oer, throwing n qtinntity of ImiH
ItiB untur upon tlm children. They
worohotli foM-fttlly aculded. Dr. CJol.
don, of thU phmo, wiu Munitioned, mid
liditll ihnl eotitd bo done for tho Utile
milliner, hut ono of them died in IW
liotirM Tlm other U HviiiK.niut it U
hoped will recover. Thono children
VHTOitbotit IBioouthrtold. Tho Krlef
ftiiekcn purontuhnvu tlmnyiupathyof
I MOOUTANT I,ASI XOTIt'K. Wo pith"
Unit in nnotlmr roltinin n nolleo lo por
hoiih Inlertmted in donation land
litiiiiK inMied oy tlio reKintur and ro
eetvorof tlm Honeburi; laud olllto, ro
tjuiriiiK douittioii elulinunU and their
ropreiientativeit to nppeur and perfect
tlio proof noeoMitry to aittlinrho tlm
iminitnro of pitloniK. Thin in u proper
htep, n tlm iiuctt1ed coitditiou of
that eluii of land ulaiiiiri has lieeu a
fitiitftll noiiieu of litigation mid din
eord, mid will o eoutiiitio till nettled
by tlm department in tho manner now
Piiom Hiim.avA.J. Moody front
llm HiinOutv waon tlm Hay tluriiiK
tlm week. Ho it)port"iroirW In
thoieionfmro ho lle, hut nay
tlm patleneo of tlm eoiunittnity'lK
iit'iirly exliaiiHteil wulliiiK tar iniiil
MiIu Tlm iiooemdty for mall Mir
lco to ai'eoiniuodiitii that people
hat liooit piopurly roprenontod to tlm
tliiaitininl, hut Mr. Moody hiiyn tlm
' red tajio" Ih in tlio way, Wo hopn
Mien to hear that tlm urvleo hitM
In on onlored, uhieli tho reMduiiU of
that Miclloii nro finally nntilled lo.
A Hi:avv Hhowor ucnompauled liy
heavy thuudor mnl vivid IhtHlmit of
IilitiiliiK, vlhiteii its InHt Sunday ovo
niiij,' Komutlilnu vory iintimiitl in
WnoMiY Hi;hi'Kni)M) Work linn
boon ontlroly lompondod nltho black
Hand Kold iniiiox, near Itamlolph. Wo
nro iiiformod that Mr. J, Damo, who
linn been working tlio Limo initio, tin
dor it leano, found il not (itilllnlciitly
profllablo to justify tlm coutlntianco
of work mid khvo It up. It In lo bo ro
Krolted that noimof tlm iiunmroint ox
peilnmiitH thatlutyo boon mado in In
vcnlltiK n procoiw liy whloli llm Kld
in IIiomo naniU eould ho unveil, havo
Tin; (loon Oi.ii WAV OwIiik to
n general illiwitlufnctlon with tho way
inwlilrh (ho hthmim TriiiiKlt It. II.
ban boon managed of late, judge Hall
hnVliirlod hi mule nod kIoI in carry
ing fielghl mid pinoienerit ncroiM tlm
the iHthinim, mnl In doing eounidera
hle bulneH, Tlint in tlm way freight
wan taken iioiom there year ago, mid
It U a niodo of IrnnHjiortation alwayf
available when the more modern f
oilltiu bcoonm tiniieeonimodatingor
Hiiotn.nr.it Dimuicatkd, Mr. L. M.
i'carco, about tho loth litntaiit, nan
thrown from hi homo near Bixbi riv
er, and toverely hurt. Hi arm wn
fruuliired and hi ulioitlder dislocated,
but lm rode miiiio 10 milen that night
nud 15 mile the following morning
before medical aid eould be obtained.
Then ho nut fortunate to meet Dr.
Angel nt Samuel Dement' place, Mid
tho iujtiric wore projx?rly treated.
JIo i how at Ilurlon prairio and i
d log well.
Axotiiku 8TKAWHOAT--H llm activ
ity In the lino of nteainbo.it eonsl ruc
tion nlford nny Index to tho tenden
cy of binincK in CiW) county,
time mtit bo decidedly "looking up"
Wo are to linvo another tvaiitlhat.
Charle Wlnchenter of Nowjxjrt in to
Imi llm proprietor, and John Howlett
of till placo the builder. Hlio U to be
tW feet long, n profiler, and moilelud
after tho Jhno.TIio entorprine luwour
Ci:i.iiiHUTov At n meeting of the
Citixen of the Upper OptiHe vnllcy,
It wn recolved, to have an old fash
lonwl Ithof July eelehrnlion.nl Myr.
tie Point, on tlm coming ntinhorwtry,
by n barbnrno and plo-nic iliiiuv,
ainUMmtenl doriug the day and ball !
In the evening. All of which in to Ik;!
free to participant. j
Aim-iwimi Col. John I.auo lm!
eompleled llm ncfiueut on the Co
qitillu river, nnd U now nl work in
thU region. Ho ha our thank f i r j
iiiiior(nut addition lo llm 0uberip-i
lion llt of llm OoAr Maiu Ho'
duo not itolicit for llm pajwr, but he
will eud in the unmo of a auhecriher
ItKi'Aiiiit Thoropairol Denn A CoV.
lug.;'rir7 mgn.via well, Mid in it
week or two longer hu will, be agulit
on duty. The work in carried on un
der tho direction of J. I". Dunham, en
gineer, mid 1). McColgmt, blnekmnith
ami Utilormnkor, and when IIiiMimI
xlio will bo in a bettor condition than
)m ha been for year.
Uua.vi Jf uv. Tho Grand Jury for
the term of court hold during tlm
precnt wcekoonUtcdo( ihu following
tiMiiod goiitloineu t J. Uooko, foreman,
K. I. Price, J. Morgan, J. I.. Roy, W.
Colvin, J. Oilman, and W. L. Darker.
II. II. I.fK nrrlved by the (hiiie
TrIJdir lam Huiiilay.
Tiiv rulttrn of wnrmer wenthor ere
nte n demnuj fur Koichurt' cool lt
Hon. F. O. Ickiiakt m in nt
teudniico on tho circuit court thin
week n bailiff.
II. Dunham hu gone to Moutcmy
county California, to bo abnoitt noiim
BritAriti:tiiili:M nro bccoiucing ir
ible, but a little unhiim may bo re
quired to bring them up to tho Dtaiid
ard in llauir.
0. C. IJashdn, Otto l.ingren, B. K.
Aau and Htuplmn Johnou,worond
mittcil iu citixen of tlm United Btate
within tlm pitm week.
Ciiah. M, Fouiti:fr and Harry
llnldwiu wero admitted a citixena of
llm United St Men iu tlm Circuit Court
A. I.oiiuia: wn appointed by tho
nto Grand Lodgo of Odd Follow, a
District Dopiity Orand Maoter. for
Dimriut No. 20.
Tiik Arenln arrived lnt Monday
with tho following lint of paougor ;
W. Itiohcri, Hickox wife nud 2 chil
dren, Mr. Uobbenon nnd child, Mi
Dionn Doylo; ninlidx iu tho uteerngo.
Tin: weather during tlm proponi
month ha forcibly tomiiided utof llm
good old ramp meeting hymn which
M.nyHDiH.'onibor iia pleaennt an May."
J. 1). Fav, of Han l'rancico, L. V.
I.ane nud F, A. Cnuipbell, of lloio
burg wero in attendanre upon tho
Circuit Court in thin county during
tho pant week.
Mr. A. Nahiiuuo, will leave iu a few
day, for Portland, a tho reprcAontit
tivo of tlm inaHonio lodge nt I hi place
to attend (ho Grand Lodge which
tiieetHou tlm IHhimitnnt..
Wi: noticed the jovial looking eoutf
teuiiueoof our fiiciul Reieliert, tlm
man (lint make that good benr, on
thoHtreet again, ho Ih looking well af
ter hi trip to Portlnnd nnd KrUoo.
Wn. Ham., the surveyor, hn com
pleted hi contract iu llm Ten Mile
and North Hlotigh legion, mid hit
gone to Portland to make hi return
to Bun o) or General Toluinii.
Tlm Itntlrond Project.
Tlio ;coploof Coo county liavo no
need to go ntrr.y or become tho vic
tim of mlMpliicod coiiltdonco. Tho
or over iu tlm tnto, become tholi ad
viNor, nud IintonH lo caution them
ngaimit tho minroM sot by n rnilroad
corporation, composed, o far n it I
ropuenlcd lit this county, of tho
moil who wore pioneer in bioiiuciti
tho county, with whom tho jM'ople
linvo Hiifttiilncil lullninto liunincM nud
nodal relnlloim for many year pnt,
Ho ndvlne hi render not lo "worry
over thl outorprino, n it will never
amount lo it hill of Iioaiih." Ho im
pugn tho mollve of tlm gcntloiiion
who have enteied into tlm rnilroad
movement, nud ny :
"Wo do not believe that tlm men
who have formed IIioiiohiIvim into n
company ever iiitouJed to build the
road, ii nil wo Judge that all their "fig
tiling" and talk ha only boon lo in
iliico mitftido cnpitaliM toflrtboliuvo
that there wn n great ncccxlty for n
rond (which tlioioi, nnd then towll
thbiit the prlvilego llioy hold for right
of wav, llm making a jiocket piece
out of tlio jKjoplo' ncecHnKy."
While it I by no moan probable
that the gentlemen who roropoothnt
company will m injured by the tato
nient that they wero actuated by dis
honorable motive, coming front ueh
a ourco, it i to be regretted Hint any
Mrou in to be found in tho commun
ity who will liiitteii to mnko etieh a
ehnrgo without ground on which to
biuo it. Tlm iucorioruton nnd direc
tor of tlm company to which refer
enco i made, nro nmn whoco lnteret
nro in tlm growth nnd development of
the country, and wIiokc character nro
n gtinrnntoe iignium bad faith and the
motive imputed to iliom by tho j
Hut nnotlmr nmon i given why
thi compiiny 'ioiild not receive the
confideueo of the jivoplo. Ho Miy.,
"All doiihMo moil who know any
thing aliottt railroad, know that n
nnrrow-gtiagc moan a thxlo n more
ThU will l now to many inon who
know Mimothlug i.IkiuV railroad, and
If It it into it is very dlmeou.-nging lo
the Utah Northorn Railroad n narrow
gauge that in being built from Ogdon,
through Montana-' nud Idaho, to tho
Columbia river, Oroxou. Tlm fact i
of tlm bewt laying roml
that have ever been built, and lliow?
of grtwtor prnetienllionefit to the poo-
pie, nio of tho narrow-gauge. Rut
tho cotojwny of which he . yii are
track, and the narrow-gattgo low In-en
mentioned meiely iu Utitg most like-1
ly to fall within the means of lite peo-
pic. If ample meniH xhotild boeome
available, nnd if tlm company should
conclude that it hroadgaugu would lw
Ixt adnptud to llm route, doubtless u
broad-gauge rond will bo built.
Wo have no war to make tioii any
company, mnii or nmn who projwro
to engage in any enterprise calculated
to promote iho growth and develop -
iitont of our county. If pcrsonsiroui
abroad representing uirpitnl arowil
ling to ImoH in llm conlrllCtirn of
the rallnmd to Ihu inlurlor, wo H
ciimo thorn nud wish thorn succom.
Tho Unipqua it Cms B.ty Company
aro desirous of hiiiMing a railroad,
nnd they arc tiring every endonvor to
coiubino tho means to accomplish the
end. They will dotibtlcM lie ploned 1
to do nil iu their power, couristeut
with the iuloreits of the county, to
uo-opontto witli parties w ho may come
from otlie states, notwithstanding tho
unwarniuted lur of W. A. Luc or
Trugcdj at Eintilift'ltr Ilott.J. B.
Pay hhontslllmscir through the
Head utitl Dies.
Yesterday (Friday) morning, J. 1).
Fay, Emj., of San Francisco, commit
ted vtiicido at Kmpiro City, by shoot
ing himself through tho right temple
With 11 pistol. Ho canto to thin coun
ty some two mouths since, aa tho at
torney of Mr. Ann Phtttugan, of Bntt
Francisco, to attend to some business
in tlm county court, relating to tho
settlement of the estate of her Into
husband, James Plaimjjun, nnd has
been hero over since. During this
week he hnd been in nttcuduuco upon
Iho Circuit court to which somo of the
business in which ho was concerned,
had boon appealed. On yesterday
morning ho was ulouo in Bpragtm's
saloon, at Empire City, when a pistol
shot was heard, nud on entering tlm
saloon Fny was found seated in n
chair by tlm stove, with his head bent
forwurtl, nnd Iho blood flowing freely
from it bullet holciu his temple, with
the pistol iu his lap. Death was ut
most instantaneous. An impicst wns
hold Uv .lustico Benghtnekou, ncling
us coroner, and tho verdict rendered
was "That said James D. Fny canto to
his death by n wound, inflicted by n
pistol held lit his own hand nnd by
No cause is know for tho act, unless
it entt ho attributed to tho tuo of in
toxicating liipiors, to which tlmdo
ooitHod wns'soinow hat nddiutod. Dili'-'
iug tho time Mr. Fay has boon on tlm
Ray, ho has fieitioiitly itpponrod very
despondent, nnd has 011 one or two oc
casions, iu the pretioucc of his friend
oppressed his iudilluronco on tlm sub
ject of death.
Deceased ncipiiied the puifosslon of
law in thU state, mnotitied with con
siderable MI11001 In Jaokhim vlllo, was
elected to tlm legislnttiio iu ISO!! from
Josephine county, nnd from Jackson
In 1804 wauati uiiiuiccCDBful cndl
dato forcougrc against It. Mnllory,
n 1800 ; wn elected to tho stato ecnoto
In 1870, nnd wooproIdetil of that body
in 187?. llo moved to Ban Frnrcbico
where ho ha been cngoj;' In the
practice of the law up to tho tlmo of
Jil arrival hero. Ho ha been twice
married, hi former wife being a
daughter of Hon. Jelo Applegato, of
Doiigln county. Uh prconl wife
and child, who accompanied him hero
are now viintiug relative In Jneknon
He tva a man of good ability and a
gouerou and impulivo nature.
Opinion of Practicable Railroad Men.
Hon. II. Hermann ha been accused
of attempting to deceive tho people
with regard to tho coat of comitrtic
tlou of a nnrrow-gnugo railroad be
tween Roeeburg nnd Coo liny, but he
hn good authority for the CHtininte i
which, ho ha Hiibmittcd. Hehaial Btateof Oregon v J. F.Adam, in
teller from Hon. II. J. Pengrn,of idictmcnt for adultery. Continued to
Bpriugfield, who ha charge of the
btiHiucsN of tho railroad which is Jn
course of construction there, from
which wo make tho following extract;
"Ily addressing manufacturers you
will find that your ostimalcd com of
material nnd rolling slock is some
what ahoto the market.
Rails need not cost you more than
$17 laid down or in other words, de
livered op the ground.
You ought not to have over a 15 ton
engine for tho weight of rail you men
tion. Wo aro only getting 20-ton
with a steel rail, which js equal to a
-15 iron. The locomotives on the 0. &
C. R. II. aro much too heavy for their
road nud business. Cash rate? for ,
ours is f3,000. (Baldwin'.) B. Herman vs Hartman & Hume,
Of course I could not. judge very ; appeal withdrawn.
cIimoIv as toyour estimate for grading j A. Lobrec vs Alfred Butler, contin
pcr jnilo. If tlm work is a vou think, ! ued to ndjourned term for trial,
it Unbuilt right. H. W. Banford vs II. II. Luso, dis-
Wo can got the ties for over one i
I. ..if ttir. Innclh rif nnr Hun at 10 cpnln !
each on tho track-ties Gx7-7 feet !
long, which u longer titan you noca. ,
. . i
Mr. ThoilM)tt has finuhod tho sur-
voy of our line, nnd nil our estimates'
aro made out by a practical builder,
Our estimates for grading run from
0 to 1 .000 ner mtlo. '
Aside from the items named I sec
hut very littlo if attv diirerencc ho
tweon vottr ostimate nnd ours."
Mr. Herman has alto a letter from
iron. j, Giuton, prwidont of tho Day-
ton Sheridan A Orand Ronde Railroad
( Company, which says:
repjy toyour favor of the IGth
( i wollj,i gay that
it, It will take ,"24' -hort tons of
railroad Iron, weighing 30 lbs. to the
I jard. for a inilo of track. The Pacific
u0Uing Mills nt San Francinco will
furnish it to yon on tlio J05.U- at S, F.
(j0 for $50 jior ton.
j 2i, It will cost 2o0 per mile for
trapi, spikes, liolts and switches,
,(j Your cross ties. C ft. Cx7 incite,
j flattened on each tide, cut of small
! limlor. ought not to cost you more
, tjm 12 cents each 2,H0 to tho mile.
Uh, Engines can be delivered nt S.
F. Co. for fo,000 each ; freight cars,
$A75; passcngor, 2,000 fair; mail,
Could give no estimate what the
grading or bridging would be.
Iron is cah, or good approved
Iron can be had iu Xcw York for
$32 por ton, Mib.tautially cpjIi, and
that, you nee, is quite a saving, as tho
freight to Coos Ray need not exceed
$10 per ton.
Tnuiklavtng will cot, by a good
tracklayer, $100 per mile. Our grad
ing, which is very level and light, cost
about $300 or mile.
U.vci.k Tommv 1.0WK,the champion
hortieuUurit of this region, is out
with new potatoes nnd other early
vegetables. They nro the first itt mnr
kvtnudaswo have "Minpled" them,
wo do not hesitate to pronounce thiTUi
ltKV. Br.vtxs.J. 0. Richanls, Rev.
C. P. Railey and others, hnvo gone
from this county, to attend tho Bap
tist Abjociatiou which is held on Oak
Creek Mime ten or fifteen miles castof
C.vrT. Rutlku of the Gustie Telfair,
wns detained in S.111 Francisco, by
thosicknees of his oldest non, and tho
steamer was brought up in clmrgo of
Mr. Jolttibon formerly j-ccond oillcor.
W. II. Noble, our city marshal, com
momoritted tho birthday
Victoria, on the 21th. by tho intro
duction to his family of W. II. Noble,
Jr. Try to bo moro loy.il next timo,
llACKi.iw'ii rieatnor, IMth Annie
makes roculartriiw with freight nnd
; pasonkcrs, on tho Coijuillo river be
tween Myrtlo Point nnd llantlon.
She joos down Mondays, Wednesdays
nnd Fridays, nnd up Ttiesdays.Thurs
days nnd Saturday.
Duiuxo tlm heavy j;ale which pro
vailed lust Wednesday, tho' jtonmer
lfortlm was on her trip from this place
to Enipho City and was com polled to
L return. Owing tu or "Khtuess ot
draft, it was found ilimotut lo mnii
ngo her or lo make luuidtyny on tho
duowr Court ndjjtunuil on Thurs
day to moot 011 tho Wilt of Juno, to
finish thoburinotsof tho term. Jtidgo
iVntftOtt, tlistviot attorney Hnxzittd and
HMornoys Silin nnd Wybtor linvo
gone to Ellonsburir to hold the regular
term of com t which usoinblos thon
Tho following nro tho proceeding
of tho Circuit court, which adjourned
Thursday, to go to Curry county :
fltnlo of Oregon vu Wm. Evans,
found guilty of larceny and sentenced
to tho penitentiary for ono year.
Blnto of Oregon v Geo, Wilson, In
dictment for destroying a loll gate.
IJmicd on motion of state.
Blnto of Oregon v John Johnson,
perjury no arrest. Continued.
Btnto of Oregon vs M. Demurer, In
dictment for murder. Continued to
adjourned term for trial.
Blato of Oregon vs James Carroll,
not a true bill.
Btalo of Oregon vs John Bnrro, In
dictment for assAuIt with a dangerous
wcajKin. Defendant absent.
Blato of Oregon vs P. Jlcicbcrt,
three indictments larceny, burglary
and assault with a dangerous Weapon.
indjottrued term for (rial.
Btole of Ureiron vs JJ. uarfcer, not a-
' Btato of Orckit vs J. T. McCormac,
not a true bill.
H. 11. Lusc vs H. Brewster, contin
ued. A. Pcrshbakcr vs Black Sand Gold
Mining Company, continued.
Broufe & McCrtimm vs Henry Mil
Wilmerding vs J. T, Jordan, con
M. L. Bushncll vs W. A. Lusc ct al,
dismissed at cost of defendant.
A. Pershbaker vs H. II. Lose, re
moved to U. S. circuit court.
P. A. Peterson vs P. Monoch, dis
missed for want of prcecncc of plain-
Vanderburg vs A.
H'' l1 "-'cd
(;. v',.l,.ter vs Nelson & Doblc. an-
B, H. Cammnnn vs Geo. Warner,
dismissed at plaintiff cost.
John Norman vs Tho.. Walker, con-
U"! ro auiournwi term
J. M. Hudson vs F. A. Bradcn, dis
J. 1. Taylor vs Coquillc Black Sand
Gold Mining Co., continued to ad
John 31nlarky vs Julius Larsou, dhs-
,nied on stipulation.
c. W. Tower vsAnn Fianagan, con-
'tinned to ndjourned term.
j T. G.. Cockrill vs Ferry & Bailey,
continued to adjourned term.
E. McGowau s Wm. Warner, con
tinued to adjourned term.
Thos. Walker vs John Xorman, de
cree of foreclosure granted.
K. W. Getty vs. Barrett et al, decree
of foreclosure granted.
Whitney & Dyer vs D. L. Watson et
al, decree of foreclosure granted.
J. T. Moulton vs D. Drow, continued
A. l.obroo vs C. E. Fox, confirma
tion of sale granted.
Jonathan Osborn vs A. Lobree, de
fendant granted leave to answer
cause continued to adjourned term
Win. Hillaird vs Job Angel, no ser
vice. Ann Flanagan vs S. S. Mann, ad-
miuiktrator of estate of Flanagan &
Mann, continued lo adjourned term
Robt. Moore vs Lucinda Moore, di
Emerson fc Hayes vs E. Toppleton,
continued to adjourned term.
E, B. Dean t Co. vs L. Laughli'orn
et al, continued.
At Marshfield, May 24th, 1879, to
tho wife of W. II. Nob'le, a son.
Suxbay, May 25.
Sir Empire, McAllop, 42 hours from
Victoria, 11. C. to Eastport Coal Co.
Schr Gotama, Mndsen, lOdaya from
S. F. to A. M, Simpson A Bro.
Tuesday, May 27.
Str Areata, Holt, 48 hours from 8. F.
paN and mdse to F. Schettcr.
Schr Marv Buss, Neilson, 10 days
from S. F. to Eastport Coal Co.
Tiiuksday, May 2J.
Schr Emma Utter, Dillon, 8 days
from S. F. to Southport Coal Co.
Schr Premier, Rock, from S. F, to
-Str Eninirc. McAUon. S.F.
, ilS Sch Laura May, Ackorman, S. F.
2S Str Gttssio Telfair, S. F.
SO Str Areata, Holt, S. F.
3t Sch Clam Light, Hagthrop, S. F.
COOS BAY RETAIL MARKET
" shoulder "
" icr qr.
Kgys por do
Floor per bbl
Oysters, 25 cents iktc
Tiiiiiataoa. 25 " "
Corn, " " " "
lVui'hoM, .37 1 or ,1 cans for $1.
Pie fruit nnd jellies per can SO cents.
. " 25
Wm. Reieliert 9 Proprietor
KecH constanlly on linnd,mi(l ofTers for trnlo n 8111)01101010 of
LAGER BEER, ALE AND PORTER,'
MYIIA1118 HU1VUED WJTJIT1IE CHOICEST BRANDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOAES.
BRANCH SALOON AT EMPIRE CITY. lvltf
Wm. G. Webster,
MAKUf ACTUttER Of
BOOTS &c SHOES
A SMALL STOCK
Of Custom Work Constantly on hand
Will Receive Prompt Attention.
Located on Front Street, opnosito
the CENTRAL HOTEL, Marshfielu,
E B. DEAN & CO.
E. B. DEAN, D. AYILLCOX
C. H. MERCHANT.
Wr. have Always ox Haxd a Fcli.
Stock Always CwapJele.
MANUFACTURED TO ORDEIt
SOLD IX ANY, 'QUANTITY DESMDf
At the Lowest Living Prices.
E. B. DEVN & CO. ltf
jasl)rg & Hii-st,
Froxt Steeet, Mabmjfield, Oox.
by everv steamer; keep constantly
oh hand in our jLiRGE and COM
MODIOUS store, n well selected stock
f GENERAL MERCHANDISE
conritsing of tho best staple and fancy
of all kinds, the choicest
GRQCEB1ES AND PROVISIONS.
A URGE STOCK OF
ILVTS and CAPS,
BOOl nnd SHOES,
RUBBERS nnd OIL CLOTHING,
SLIPPERS and Oni CLOTH
CROCKERY nnd GLASS
CIGARS AND TOIACCO,
Oils and Vanthftes,
Choice Wints and Liquors,
T.Y WARE and AM31USJTJ0X,
wood and wnxow wake,
S T.A-T i q its :ry
Our extenrivo show cases aro filled
wish tho finest
milliner y axd fancy
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES'
N. B. All gootls purclinsed at our
Store will U doljveriHl free of cIiiiiko
at any ioint on the rotito ot tli
steamer Myrtlo. vhl-tl
COXSTATTLr OX HA5D .
yattrcK A StxMettda,
Chairs 6 Zevnget,
Crtht A Or, '
PICTURES, FRAMES, MOULDEfGW
TABLES, MIRRORS &c u t
Made to Order.
COFFIN'S made at shortest ho tic.
Attachments, Needles Ac "
MABSIIFIELDji EXPIKE ClTY.
IL P. WlflTOEY, !RopiJET(.t
Agood,supply et - ,
,1 H.-'Bte.: .-,:
'..nn .W .r-rA, TPSWSS !
and all kinds f
SALT MEATS asdVEGETAIUS;
constantly oa haml. Aba ft
good stock of ,'
SUPPLIED AT SHORT KOTICM,
coos .B-A.:sr, ;,
B. F. Boss, W, R. Srarsos a D. Hou.av
and provisions of all klk
bold at tlio lowest
living rate "
DEUVEltED at any poiat dwdmi
LOUUING CAMPS .?
isrwo keep "thif WhfihS
and insure rtlWwlWip
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