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& BJW ",0 " expenses of
Uavo been provided for before tin
adjournment of IhorcRuUr sMslon,
1 ITl T ".p"?6" Democrat-
ui . mcan$ .V which they
nlRht forco W),no issue upon tlie
nitknt which should Injure the
Republican, party and benefit the
Democracy in the ensuing presiden
tial election. They haw cngraftwl
unusual and extraordinary parthan
provisJons upon the regular appro
priation bills and tent them to the
iTcMdont for approval, and when
WturnW with tho veto they have
"withdrawn tho objectionable provis
ions. This has been repeated till
their performances have assumed
the charactor of childishness and
folly. After frittering awny tho time
toll tho patience of the country was
well nich cxliausbxl thev haro ad
loutned without making full provis
ion faradminifitcring tho laws. They
failed to make any appropriation
for the payment of United States
Marshals or their deputies. This is
a very important branch of tho Gov
ernment service, and one that if
neglected or inefficient will causes
much damage to the public interests.
A Washington dispatch of the 2nd,
takes the following view of the
M Commissioner Raum, of the
internal revenue, said to-day the fail
ure to provide for tho Deputy far
ahals wis a virtual rvpeal "of the
criminal portion of tho law relating
to the illicit distilling. Deputy Col
lectors of tho internal revenue have
Swer to make a seizure of property
violations of tho law, bufc have
Brrrim t..i a . . ...
f"Vhtf'ijr injured tonight by her
husband, John Santord. '
Dunbar, aged twcntr.two vear w
burned todeatti to-aW U-a hnvTn
ignited her clothing fth tire rS
viuntt Juy;Wimam HUko and
rue,J?.r,1B nc" ,0,s Corner, One.
!? Kiwt nly .TO M with beatlmi
tholradonted Hri. .i ."'""
to death. " "v"v i
MlMCOtA. Jill K.TJ.A - i...
on cdnesday captuml vester'
.K .f IH,lllR itlfhl bv his
Victim. Was Htwrnllf ),.,V,I i ..V- ..
by a mob. His body wna found tlU.
ngnreil beyond recognition.
WltKKLtNO. Jnlv ft n w ..
i "T? Cnrr co P n'o dlmeiilty
at Clarksburg, in this State. Saturday
evening, which resulted in Itogges
ShOOtlnc Crriin. lrt Kall.....Cv.i,
breast near tho hoar, n.tt-m. i..
tied, - -
St. Josbi'ii, (Mo.) July I. opcclat
t? l TGscUo from Piatt City, says
Dr. U. I SjMsncer, a dentist and prom-
iii.Ci,,inmw J? wimutactutlnn and
Sttila lnora' iu MMervllle, Call.
Fifty men were kllloil by an exnlo-
' lKh Blautyro coal piC
. f H 8iiwo, the poet, bus gone
into outh-eatorn Oregon with W. H.
iiyars on a surveying expetlition.
. our hundred nihilists were arrestcn
.ioi on tho night of Juno iMtlu
-.. fcvn oiurg 01 wcnions vetted.
XllR Alkln lllnnn nnrtl. ,.t 1....
burg, has been sold to Messrs. Dakin.
iroin hnglaml, for Ut,00O. Tho farm
embrace 1,000 acres.
Tho Rraln in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois
, and Ihn interior Wvotcru States U nald
tnent-cuisen. vras shnt tht mnmim.
by Wiley Stallard, a farmer rcsldinc
near town. Spencer was seatetl in
front of his office wading a paper,
when Btallard approaehed, drew his
pistol and fired. Spencer nut through
a store room and Staltard followed,
still shooting. Spencer fell in tho back
yaIr . ",0 store, and died almost
instantly. Stallard surrenderetl. He
states that the dontitt. whilMnnfMtit.
on MVa, Sullard's teeth, administered
whiskey and opiates, and while she
was under their influence took Improp
er liberties with bor nersnn. mid
attempted an outrace. Soeneer Iohym
a wife and fiv children.
FHSJaa or Democrats and "Hoaorable
UllLV tn tHforola.
ling ho could not prevent the officer
seising tlie distillery, but he could
stand still and defy 'arrest. By next
Sundav every distiller in the" coun
try will know what tlie effect will
bp of having no dejiuty marshals to
aid revenue officers, and I suppose
the dishonest ones will seek to take
advantage of tho crippled condition
of tho office
not power to make arrcets. If atr5w monueo.yet inthedcefwrate
person was detected in illicit distil- inort o increase their chancea of ue-
v luviiicjuiwr, nicy Mirrcuutir
their principle- and enter this dis
creditable coiiartnorshin. Tho New
I York Timtt comments on tho coali
tion as follows :
"For a party that claims to be the
unterrified, fearless, uncompromising,
tho attitude of the Democracy of Cal
ifornia is simply ludicrous. Tho
whole performance in the Convention
shows how dotporatc U the strait to
which the oncv proud Democracy in
reduced. Once the almost only party
in the State, where it has been in
power almost continuously now
seeking fusion with the 'nondescript
known as the 'Honorable Bilks.'
Cole and Terry are fair represenUiivos
of the composite character of tho H.
BV ; the former United States Sena
tor by accident, and shelved bynatn-
A. Democrat, then a Know-nothing,
then a Democrat, next a Sccsionist,
then & Democrat again and now a
leading member of the H. B.'a. Xico
companions, Cole and Terry.
TheDcmocraev of ralifonia. hnvn
partially coalesced with the New Con
stitution party Xo vnemios of the
New Constitution party wero more ac
tive or bitter than the Democrats a
Csafrdermtc Xwacy In Market.
It is & curious and significant fact
that tho success of the Democratic
party, and tho spirit which thev have
manifested since bring clothed with
power in the legislative branch of j
mc uuicnuwus was awusw I -i w v. tv-.ja.
those Vho wep in sympathy with j ,,, ot Terry's political
C ultimate recognition of tho Con-
Jedtrate cause and the payment of
Hr liabilities. A late issue or uie
" jWOlatklphia "Record" makes the
following etAtemcnt with regard to
For the last few months (so says
& local coinTdealer) there has been
ftlarco increase in the number of
inquiries from tho continent for
Confederate paper money. As a
result, the price of the scrip (for
Confederate notes have still a value)
has materially advanced. The reason
for this sudden deimmd no one setms
to know. It is surmised, however,
that an idea prevails there that some
successful attempt may be made to
redeem the Southern war-time issues.
"Wliatevcr xnav be the reason, how
ever, it is certain the demand exists,
nA lriral collector is this week
shipping to England a collection of
several uiousauu wws, ui,uiB -"
f 1 to f 1,000, which arc to be dis
tributed among customers in Great
Britain, France ana outer countries.
The number of Confederate notes
srtill in existence in this country can
not bo estimated. It iB certain how
ever, that it runs far into the millions.
One New York coin collector recently
sold a bale of two millions at auc
tion, is now traveling through Europe
No one may be able to trace this
movement to any particular act, yet
the reason Ib sufficiently apparent
The Democratic party has achieved
partial success and coptrola the
national Jiau oi legwumim. .
utrengthof that party m in the South,
and the Democracy of tho South are
represented by well known secession
itis, men who made sacrifices for the
lost cause' and are still willing, as
opportunity may offer, and as may
i Ji,,.t,f nniiient. to nledije anew
i.:- raCu Timt orators in Con-
KWjss and elsewhere liavo gone so for
m to indicate the possibility of doing
- ..:!. ,.ii lawn and (constitutional
provisions which may stand in the
way of what Uiey deem the rights of
tlie South. Under these circu uui-
ces it is not surprising iat Lonwa
i ....wr ktwmlfl nnnrcctate. lne
people will do well to see that they
havcnofurtlier ground for hope of
faier Confederate claims than what
" w exist
gome few weeks ago tho Alaska
Indians were aeitwl with the super
IS "bTonc of their Iribe, a young
SSuiSuful -MTuVw7was lijd of
wHfikBS and a grand council of the
dlnl wedlelno men was held,
!iju was 4eclded that she should be
Crwb at the fUka, and accordingly
SSinPraUon. were made. The
iSuaw hearing of her fate
SiSU fto Captain esrdley, of the
ffiuivdSUtea war ilip, Jamestown,
fa? iwtffll. He tolk'them if they
furlS hit he would hang every one
S tm i the yard arm of i hfc Jmjjj
qwb. It is useless to add that their
M7rstliloi! Uninediately vanUhed.
Secession Oratory oh tae Foartk.
Tlie JUf. gives an account of a cel
ebration at Wright's Spring. Clack
amas county. The oration on the
occasion is mentioned as follows :
"Tlie gentleman who had been
selected to deliver tho oration was ex
Senator George K. Shields, of Salem.
He was on hand and succeeded thor
oughly in disgusting the people and
driving tbern from within his hearing
by a ranting, storming, sccawion
speech. A more violent rebel speech
could not have been uttered in the
South during the late war than was
made by bun, and the assembled
ihou2nd.both Republicans and Dem
ocrats, left the grove thoroughly dis
gusted, not more than twenty of the
unterrified who could stand lightning
up to thiur china remaining. Wo can
not see how General Shields o forgot
himself m to give way to such a har
angue and general denunciation of
the Kepublican party, and everything
else save secession and rebellion. It
may be that his long sleep-in the oak
grubs on the bank of the Willamette,
in North Salem, has befuddled his
mind and cauwi him to forget that
the rebellion has been wiped out.
nd neaett Tturchaftcd for one 01
the most prosperous nations of the
earth. His burst of fiery secession
iwmriv c&uuxl him to be despised
hv men of his own narty, as the occa
sion was one whereon the dillercnccs
of our people as a nation sitouiu nm
be mentioned. It was entirely out of
ni.ru . nl it U imt such man as Geo.
K. Shields, who waa repudiated and
snubbed bv hU own party when aspir
ing to a re-election, that Irritates the
wound and keeps afresh tliocause that
led to so much bloodshed and lamen
IasprrlaJ Hnece&sloa la Frsscc.
A French paper publishes a codicil
to the will of the Prince Imperial, de
ceased, which says : The duty which
our house owes to our country will
not lairte by my death. The arduous
and glorious task of continuing in the
work of the firt Napoleon will depend
In the event of death, upon the oldest
sou of Prince Jerome Napoleon, who
bv the laws of succession of our house,
is in v heir. I trust my Ulo ved moth
er, by Seconding him ae jl
the wsjJOiwibilUIes and duties which
in the event of my death will devolve
upon him, will give to 'n"1""1,?!
no longer upon this earth, this best
a,ni supreme proof of her affection
for me and of her lovo of France.
will probably pro-
The Supremo Court assembled in
The office of the Portland dally Jke
Is to be supplied with a fi.VW0 power
The schooner Oypiy to no ranicu
off at Astoria.
Secretary ftriiur coniempiaws vi
ing tho Indian agenoles during the
to look well, and
,uco a largo crop.
The Central raelflo Itallrond Com
Ijany have no Intention of tvxiemliiig
their railroad further north for the
A late dispatch from London hull
calea a prospect for poor crops In that
country, and consequent tncreasctl de
mand for foreign grain.
"tons. Fimn. Lystrr. known In the
theatrical world iui Minnie Walton,
died on the night of July 1st after an
illness of a few days' duration.
J. M Ilumganlner, who was arrested
alhmpiro City some eight months
ago, charged with forgerv, litis boon
found guilty, and will be sentenced
The steamer Isaac Davis, loaded
with pasongen, in Lnko Quinsogna
niond. Jfassachusetts. eareoned on tho
Fourth, and tho hurricane deck brook
ing olf, several teoplo wore drowned
and many were thrown into tho water.
Govxn.HOR TiiAYKn has commuted
tho sentence of Louis Lakin. convict
ed for larceny, and Gervats Raymond.
rconvicted of assault with a dangerous
Tnr. entire fifteen millions of four
iwr cent, bonds recoutlv pttrchatsl by
the First National Hank of New York,
havo been soM in London, aud tho
prico has advanced to 101W.
The English are negotiating with
the Zulus for peace. Tho British
troops in that region axe said to lie
disheartened and disgusted, and eager
to close hostilities.
One Edwin Cartwright, who was
hurt on the Orepon and California
Railroad about a year ago, ami had to
have his arm amputated, has com
menced a suit against tho railroad
company to recover fll00daiungos.
Oxb J. M. Logwlon of Washington
Territory, was lately convicted of per
jury for swearing faholy on his final
proof. He bad occasionally slept on
bis homestead, and he swore ho had
lived there continuously.
The action of Inspector Homis in
exonerating Captain Carroll from
blame for the low of tho stoamer Great
Republic, has been approved by J, A.
Dumont, Supervising Inspector Gen
eral, of Washington.
Tho International Exhibition at
Sydney, Australia, will open the first
week in September next aud continue
till the following March. Tho United
States, it Is said, will be Well repre
sented. A St. PETEnsnfRO dispatch says:
Owing to the dullness ot trade aud
tho general feeling of tho Insecurity
of business, the Industrial Exhibition
coqtempJatcd for Moscow in 1SS0 is
postponed ono year.
A COBRESrOJfDE.fT of the OiXStttt,
saysr The new schoonor for the AI
sea Bay, tho Helen Jano, will soon bo
done. It is already under contract to
go to Astoria or to Portland for Engin
eer Habersdiam who is going to sur
vey tho Alsca Bay.
J. W. Coluss, of Table Rock Ore-
fon, hassixteon acres of sorghum lin
er cultivation, which isgrowing fine
ly and promises to yield abundantly.
He has sent for the requisite machi
nery for the manufacture of sorghum
svrunofa superior quality, and is
sanguine of the success of this groat
Seattle dispatch: The Skagit
gold miners arc taking out VM jwr
day to tho man. Crevice diggings
and rich quart ledges have boon
struck recently, and a rush has set
Into the mines. Log drivors who
came down tho river last Wednesday
passed nine canoes on the way up,
loaded with men for the mines.
Boston la now being paved with
the asphalt block in place of other pa
ving material. This block weighs 21
pounds, and is five inches deep and
Jour inches square superficially. It
base is pulverized lime-stone, which
is cemented by asphaltum and crude
petroleum. The blocks are struck
out by a steam press, and each block
lias a pressure of fifty ions.
Tuts Atlorian cays: Tillamook
rock has been fully explored, and
found to be admirably adapted to tho
purposes of a light-house and fog
whistle. It stand out to sea promi
nently from tho shore, and in view of
tho shore lino north and south. Be
ing beyond tho line of breakers the
blast of'a whistle would not bo inter
The Albany Democrat nays -. Last
week a Mrs. Orishsm, living at Browns
ville, made an attempt to tako her
own life. She took a large dose of
morphine, and then wrote a noto toll
ing her husband whaffthe had done,
and asking him to take caro of their
children, and then pliiuiiiK it to her
breast laid down to die. Fortunately
she was discovered in time and saved.
The cause of her rash act can only be
lloscburg & Coos Bay
3, CK.orUU .V Co., anrrUor.
ft'fri(ea trfffnit'eCVMM City evertf
afternoon (Sunday excepted) on the
arrival of the steamer Coos.
wishing to go to Roteburg or any
other part of the Interior will make
connection with tho stage by going to
Coos 0lt on any of the liny stoiuuers,
LKAYIMI COOS CITY Till. SAMK DAY.
tarTins rs vova'h to
CIIKAVKS l tUiSTand QU
VI'' AU, liUl'TKlf.
TimoKm ix orvr. day
making cloe connection with tho
cars and oerluud stages iitlltoseburg.
All buslues entrusted to our caro
will bo attended to with promptness
FARE TO ROSEBURGnEDUCED TO S6
biaHiHuti()r (iJotceU10tb o6ijjjuf
Telegraph olllce, Empire Cltw
All persons indebted to tho under
signed on account of over GO days
standing are nnptested to call and
mottle tlio same without dolnv.
W. 0. WEBSTER.
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that by virtue of an execution
out of the Circuit Court of tho
btato of Oregon for tho couutv of
Coos, in faor of E. R. Duffy, "and
against E S Scale and Augusta Scal
es, and to mo delivered, commanding
me that of tho personal property, ami
If sufficient personal property bo not
found, then of tho real profHirly of said
defendants I cano to bo made the sum
of eighty-six 15-100 dollars with inter
est and accruing costs. I havo levied
upon lots 1 and 2"ln block 15 iu the
town of Marshtleld.as platted by S. It.
Cathcart. and on file in the Recorder's
office of said town, ftlw the house situ
ated on or adjoining said lots, occu
pied by said defendant. Augusta
Scalos, and known as Mrs. Scales'
bousu.and will, on tho '2d day ot Au
gust, IS"'.', at tho tho hour of 12
o'clock M id said day. at tho court
hotu'odour in Hmpire City, sell at pub
lic auction to the hi;:heii bidder for
cash, alt the rieht aud interest which
the said di'iVmlnuU or eithor of them
myiuiml this LVthday
orMtins. 1S?J. A.G.AIKEN,
mo snio (ii'ii'iuinuiH or euuor oi i
had iu said proprty on tho ISth il
Sent. KTtl or at any time therm
Given under my bund this L7tl
1VTGTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
I hat by virtuo of a writ of execu
tion issued out of the Circuit court of
tho state of Oregon, for the county of
Curry, to me directed and delivered,
in faror of S. B. Gardner, plnintiil.
and against W. C. Miller, defendant,
for the sum of f 1,MX), and costs taxed
at SID, aud accruing cost, and inter
est, and commanding me to fell tho
mortgaged premise therein described,
to satisfy mud judgment and costs,
ami Accruing costs, 1 barn this day
levied upon said mortgaged promise,
to-wit : Tho SW1-1 of the SEl-t. and
tho NEl -I, and the N?i of the SK1-I.
andtheSEM of tho SK1-J, and the
SKI I of the SW1-1, of sec. 8, and the
SEl-l of sec 5, and the El of the N
WI-I. and the N9' of the NEW, and
the fcWW of tho NEW of see. 17,
TownshlpSG, south of rango It west,
in tho county of Curry and state of
Oregon. And I will on tho
notlt dny of. Inly, I7f,
at the hour of ono o'clock in tho af
torm on of said day, at the front door
of the Court HoUso in Etlensbttrg,
offer said Ianit lor sale, or so much
thereof as may bo sufllciont to sat
isfy said judgment and costs, and ac
cruing costs, and intorest on said
judgment from tho -Ith day of Juno,
1S7U, at one por cent or month, to
the highest and Inut biddor for gold
coin cstsh in hand.
A. II. MOORE,
Shoriirof Curry Co. Or.
Dateil at Ei.l.BSSiieuo. Juno 12,1870
fa Ihc Circuit Ciuirl nt the Kh n
t7rriini)r ih ruiinry oCuny.
J. II . Ticbimnr. Plaiutlll'. vs. Jason
Sinllh ami Warren Salsbuvy, Defend
MOTION IS HKUKI1V tllVKN
J.M that by lrtue of an i.wutlon Is
sued out of mid under tho seal of the
Circuit Court of the State of Oiigim
for tho county of Cuiiy.oii the Oth
dav of June, 1.S71, to mo dlioetod and
dclivotcd, commanding uo to mil to
satisfy a jtidgmont iecoenil In tho
above entitled action, by J. 11. Tiche
nor, plalntitr. against Jason Springer,
defendant, for tho sum of one thous
and two hundred mid thlity dollsrs,
aud thirty four dollars aud thirty
cents costs aud dlsbuisomonU, togeth
er with accruing Interest on said
judgment ami the eostu of said writ,
as wull ns certain personal property
described on said writ, all tho right
title and Interest which the said lason
Springer had on the Sllsl day of No
vember 1878, or has since nequlicd In
and to tho real property lionitofore at
tached by mo In said action and in
said writ, and hereinafter particularly
described, I will on
Saturday, the 24 day of August, IH7U,
at twelve o'clock, noon, of said day, ai
the Court llouso door at Kllriml'iirg.
Curry county, Oregon, sell at public
auction, lo tho highest bidder, foi
cash.nll the light, title aud iult-rfst
which Jason Springer bad mi the'Jlst
day of NovemUir, A. I). IH7S, or hns
Kinco acquired in aud totlm rest pntji
erty tn Curry county, Oregon, known
ami described as follows, to-w it- Be-
Huvitig liitnly bought tln utoek of
drugs iteivioiure Dcloiining lo or.
Ham' lfluo, I nm now propanul to
PHtvmlly eompotnul uml put up
physlcinn'l preset iptlmiH. Tho pat
iiiars of Uiose lmvlng itntsorlittfoiiH
lo 1 filled, is rwpeofiully solicited.
AJOTICIC IK IIKItKIIY GIVEN
thttt t) II l'lvj.ofUoqUlllo llvur
Ctms eount . t ri'non, n not authorUud
lo trsiiMel any buincs for us.
Noswav. May l.isnt stOJJin
ginning at tho soiith-vvmt corner of
Win. 'lichenor's donation laud claim,
theuco north, ten degrees ost, four
chains and fifty links; theuco oast
seven chains ami sixty-si.i links ,
theuco south ton dogrcos mint four
chains and fifty links j tliuneo west to
point of beginning.
Also thoSWk soc.S7:NKt,f sec W.
NEtfwc. 28; Ettf of SWij sw- s ,
NKV)'Heti.S7i 8KW of Ni:vtc tM.
N ofNE'f see. lis SWt4 of Ni:4
see. 17; NVi of SKKf .ec. 17; lot
No. 2 and n sec. 17; lot No 1 iwe i.
SEtfof NWtr see 20; bX of 8WW
sec. 20; KU, of sec Si ; Wit of N
KVsc.2l; ES, of SWU see. 5; 1
of N Wkj sec. 2 ; loth No fi. 0, 7 and 6
sec. 02 ; lots No. 1 and 2. 88 ; N W
H see. 17 ; 8V4 hh:. a ; SKW stx 8 :
SV H sec. 8 ; S K i see. 7 ; S B t4 m
21 ; SWtd sco. l, ami N W'H sv i7, all
in township it, south raiige M west
A. II MOOKK.
Sheriirol Curry Co.
Dated at nttiu.'m)K(i, June W. I.S7V.
The utidersignwl hereby glvo tin
ties to all ihom.n Indpbtsd lo them
on aeeouui. to pleas come ami ssttln
tho sains wtthmit delay, with cash or
I note. IUSKD.Y MShHO.V,
j Norway, Cihs Co Ojrn.
I To OS BAY
CONSTANTLY UN IIANtl
MtttiiviiHm V llntniriiiln,
Vlnttrf it1 l.oHiiuon,
(Ylbn ,l (Viii,
PICTITUIW. I'ltAMKH, MtH'bDINtia,
TABLES, MHiKOKtt Ac.
'oun(Iiiu-i'oiiiii 1 'u rut i urn
Made to Order,
VOITJXS made at shoitwd not loo.
ATTACtlMKXT, Ngt:tMW d'O,
T.C. MACICEY.M D, A
PHYSICIAN AND sURGtty
0. II. UOIiDKN.M.D,
a TOWKIt, M. I).
W. 0. AN0I5I,, M )
PHYSICIAN and SiVJcfOff
OiyiHWrt VUn, .
H. II. IIAUHI., J. W IUhiuJ
HAKAIll) it HAMILTON,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLOnS ATUl
Will practice In the variom c&,
orriei: at isMnut: ijty, Ook,
a, aye. sia-Xiiasr.
It X A I S M c o Y. a J .V
AVISO LKAttftDTHi: DAWSON
blacksmith slioo, in .Murshneld, 1
i am iinrtMrrof to K
Mr A living hnn of mtrnaiti I
,Ah itcd vl-7-tf
COX'M HAKIIK NHOP,
I.H rilOXTOV TIIC CCN'TIUL IIOTKI.
If you want an easy shave,
Ah good as barber evcrgavo,
Just call on mo at my saloon,
In front of Central hotel, at noon ;
My razors are idiarp, my nclssors keen.
My riiop i neat and towe U mo clean,
Aii4 there I think you'll linil
I trim thXlrwIth skill for RonU,
Of course the price 1 fifty oonts;
oi.....!..,, i. r ib) i but well.
Bo help mo yracious j x urn
You need not pay yijg i''
I,8, Hot and cold baths alrayn rvwi.
X0TIC1J TO O0.VATIO.V CLAI3IAXTS.
rniiE ArrKN-rioiT of claim-
I mils to donations of land, thoir as
iimc and Icjfal n-prewntatives, Ih
particularly called to that part of section
:j of tin- act of congress, appro'el July 17
lh!, i nthiod "An art to anifiid an act
appimiil HeiitrrnlKir twonty-soventh,
uiKlit(N ti huinlrwl anl fifty, to cruato tho
ulfli f .l Survoyor Uuncral of the public
lands in Orwon, etc, and also tfio act
amendatery thurrof, approvod February
iiiuch-4-nth (fourtifiitfi) dxhtoon bund
rod and fifty-three ; w hlch rends as fol-
iuws. "All persons clniniinx iionatioiiH
unih r fids act or the nrta of which It is
amendatory shall a jrlvojno"
Hr i.. ilm Stin'ovor (ifiiural on otiikii
hclv Ai-TiioiiwenorriCKB. of tho particu
lar lauds claimed as such donation, with
in thirty day after holm? requited so lo
do by such officer ; and falling ,
tho claimant or claimant shall forfeit all
rlpht and claim thereto."
Now therefore the undersigned boiK
such otiieb nut-r at'TiioiuzKi orriCKit do
hereby jnvo notice to uu b and every jor
son, bis or her nssijms and Irpal reprtcn
tatives, clalinnnts of donations of lund
within the district of lands subject to salo
attlm I'lilted States District LindOfllrw,
atlt'ibtirK, Oregon, under said actH of
congress ; that each and every' ""(' of them
ulthln thirty dayn from tho IWh day of
July IM7U, (Unatlieday of the expira
tion of hk week's publication hereof,
el vo iiollro to the register and receiver of
said hand 0lco at Hosoburg, Oregon, of
"the particular lands claimed on Hiichdo
rwtiMM. and foiling Hiieh iwitlco,
the rhiimantor elafinantti shall forfeit all
right and claim thereto."
And iiioh ami every iienoii rlnlnilnx
the benefltof aaW net of rhiptombor W,
lhW), and the legislation biipj.letnental
Jhi-n-to, will wrrriiw " montik flor the
expiration of the atorewiW . wk"
piibliratlon. caused U lo filed In th U.
i. DiHtrict d Office a ItomiburK, Ore
eon, the proof refjuirerl bylaw, toeom
iiluto heir clnfniM tondonutlon of land
! der s'dd acts, and falling to . o, such
clnimM u 111 be held for cancellation.
In wK" whereof tho renter and
retSvw SmIio 'alii V. S. band Ofllcu
uTtoZbli. Oregon, Imvo horm.nto
kubMiribwl tlielr nttineu thin 31th day
of May, pnwJAWl:ngftor.
j. 0.1'uw.KttTo.v, Jtccelver,-
In the Cireuit Crt of tkt ttah oj i
Urtyon Jt tlw rtHiafy of l ry.
J. II. Ticbeuor, plHtutiir, vs. Jason
Spriugor, Watson K. HftrinyiT, A. !.
Smith, and Warren SaUlntry, defend
iVTUTICK It? IIKItKIIY OIVHX
X that by irtue of an exin-uilon is
sued out of and under tho sal of the
Circuit Court of tin State of Oroynn
for tho county of Curry, on the tith
dav id June. 1S71). In mo dlrnt'ld and
delivered, commsndiuir me to ll, lo j
satisfy a judgment recovered in lhl
above entitled m lion bj J. It. Tithe-
nor, plaiutitr, ngniost Jnuii HpriiiKer,
iiofemiaui. tor tue sum of one thm
aud and sixty -two dollars and sialyl
five rents, and thirty-six dollars and
tbirtv-llo cooIm ctwU mid ditiunw
meiits, together with Nccrtiiuit iuUr-!
est on said judge in"iit. snd the nu
of saiil writ, us well as certain person-1
nl projHarly descrtlNil iu said writ, all
thu right title mid interest which the i
saui JMn npnnger mm on tin- snun
day of Novomlicr, lh7S,or has mce
acquired In and to the real protx-rty
baretoforo at t ached by me in aid ac
tion and in said writ, and hereinafter
particularly described, ! will, on
Saturday, the 24 day of Aurtmt, IHlii,
at twelvo o'clock, uom, of said day,
at tho Court IfotiM dxr, at lllb-m-
burg, Curry county, Oregon, jh at
public auction to the inchest bidder,
for cash, all the right title and inU'r
csl which Jason .Springer had on the
20th day of November, A. I) l7H, or
has since acquired in and to the real
iirojHirly in Curry county, Utem.
knows! and described a follows uwit
Hegiuiug at tho south-west earner of
Win, Tichonor's douatieu laud claim ,
-thence north, ten degree east, four
chains and fifty Jinks;-theuco -oast
seven chains uud sixty-six links;
thence south, ten degrees oast, four
chains and fifty linhs, theuco west to
the iiotul of beginning.
Also tho HW'Umc. 27; NK1 aoc.
JW: NKtisec. 28; KJ of SW sec.
28 ; NKJi Her. 27 ; HKl-1 of N'Kl-l sw.
20; XX of NE1-1 sec. 17 ; HW1-I of K
Kl-1 see. J7; NW1-1 of HBM ts. 17;
lots So. 2 and .1, see. 17 ; lot No. 1 sec.
2() ; HKl-t of NW1-I see. 20 ; VM of 8
; at ; Y
in a tborutigh manlier and ne
tHMiprn lff.m Mtret,oiXMitc the
3S go polled.
rnnirt not .hkT hah ki:x hi:-
1 opened thrutigliuitt.
GOOD KOS AHP GOOD BOARD.
.Vo CUIXKMtlVOKg amphntnt.
TliRJl.S 1.1 1! BRA U
-I hoc. 20; KW of VU sec 21 ;
U of NK1-1 soe. 21; VM of NW1
sec. vj : Y.y, ot i v i-i sec v ; mis sn
fi, , 7 and 8 sec .12? lote No. 1 ami i,
sec. 33 ; NWM sec. 17 : 8'.VI- sue. 20
8K1-1 hoc 8 : 8Wl-t see. 8 . 8K1-I see.
27: 8E1-1 sec. 21 ; 8W1-1 sec. 0: mid
iVWl-1 sec. 27: all in township 82,
south range 10 west.
A. If. MOOUK
fiherlirof Curry Co,
Doled at KM.K.Vffiieiio, June 0, Jh70.
UkMntivvb a Kmi-iucCitv.
11. P. WIMTXKY, Pnoi-nirron.
A good rupply of
IJKBF. l'Olth'. MC'ITON,
and all kind of
constantly uu hand. Also a
good tk of
St' Wit UU AT Sit OUT XOTtCt:
F, TlMMKIIMAN, Profit.
On Front street, near Dean A C '
store. JIas always on hand the l st nt
IIKKIM'OKK, .M BATH of all ICINIiH.
and overythiiiK to bo found in a
First Class Market.!
l'JlWIifiUH LO Han tho LO ll'ISST
A living xluirc of patronage U solie
Win. 0. Wolistor,
BOOTS Sc SI-IOE3S
A" SMALL BTOfJK
Will Receive Prompt Attention.
Locfttori on Front HI root, opposite
thu OlfiNTUAL J10TJSL. sMnndtAvlil.
Contomial World's Fair, 1870!
Ii3occso VKistMoeriT it tn
TtlrrmaprllT.nflUn.l ikoibU b
ilill.lt its ilm hMl liulruiu.iiii i ,
erlso renlttluir tkia ixitilkl.iatUrs. elut
"' PV,'moJ-Iub o eemMnUttUo llt.ls
mI lull., prodaolnjuoTd u pttulna tff.ol
MDUInlnsw.nilMUitlo Itnprcrra.als, nl
tUui Joiificrln ill cr rmp clhnsu, I in tUMt
U nl oulb(oMr,ll tb b.sijf,nus4t
Uiicrljr, put u,,,. ilr , , j, WPMJ ,0;
h" lo tltUtr nnlulr, iwell i.t lit. TUB
Till. M11 nMAwrowM srtoUd trisHbt
faotl ika y-n,j,.utWiii tl lb. LM (u,,t,
kt(9. bli.o) lb Ull COIUU.t.ut Jurl.a
Mtl atftuibJ. ' '
Ww niilc. m1 iilo Jut! ImqwI, wlleh tn
In o.rJun Willi our rnl,Ui. ufcT UH
TT r prepmid to ippolnt ft Uw ntw to!.
Iltuilrld CilUnpiu iMllid, ixat-tJl. M
ITVUc4Un lo t r , w
0, SIIOfilNGER ORGAN CO.,
01 U 11J CIIMTBUT BTBEtT,
Vfir Ilirrs, 0..
AHOnNEY & COUNSELLUnAriA
iiiiur; nn, on,,
Ciillttliis and other biultir W
Iu my bund, will irnrivo ivintViv
v. p. wuu.iir,
( S", JUitnitl ami I S. cpt)i
CotMl.r.K ClTV, Ot.V
Will nt loud (tbflMiliieni(iincjl!
In any imrtid tbeirtititv
iWeit iusMf nil Minejrd laatbi.hji
HIUlXmiKl Uliori IHHHC
Choapost A: Best !
MV JlX- r-jr.O
-uO-A-xd Ei nxl
TliW lct!lltitlili imw nfTtr-U IU ma
MrilltiiM fur eitm Um to liw fnornl 1st
CtMlkt Ittwi.ill of S.illllirn (Itoi.H t
AeHtlrliiv U ifradtlaliti int.. llitr-r. .Um3
metiiH an loiiunn:
'Vh J'rhiiitrtt llnutrtment
In hlrh Intrwhtctory lSnmrlir a
Tim ,nnlnr Hnmrtmtiit.
1'iidirsrtiiic OrUHsrjdiy. Hcfclbtj
WrtUiMt. Orwiiunar. (b-i.t;fa.ir, llio.J
msiiff). I stMiirtr Hirii. . and JIj
(ut mill I'ru, IImiI Atlll...niln i
The Snlur ItfjHtrtmrat
KmUncltiK ltHik-kiH'iHt i-ifijln fj
wwo inir jiMaiiy. tiiemistrv, 1W6I
ml lic-omxny, Uuu. Itlu turir, lul
Arithtwiie. AUt-bm, (ti-omctrj1, Titpl
nummry situ uni-iiiK
IiiKtru.'tf-fii hi this brain h . ffrtj
lIoiNtirnn l Iwd for fnun $3 Vl
1 . . k v"Ul I""3'' umilirs, ihllr!
nun iwn wuen mivnriil stmients rW
Kther ami buord Ibeniw
Primary Deitartinciit ... .IVI
Jtmliir . . .... ')
Hentur . . . . JUl
J. T. MiCnuwir
Corner of "A" ami Front fllrrct,
JIttV or leiiMi and HxikI ti the st.
lio'ise we fwl uftrraiitd hi iroinlln I
i inre iioal, iindpxal Unln to the trsnf
in -r aim leeal riuioiu,
CALL AND SEE US.
t ci owr.x
I)It. 0. II. tlOI.DKN, I'ltora.
OiijioHttn yanburu'i' Store
HAVK CO.NHTANTbV OX IU.1J
Aid. KOIITH Of
w wi.si.ti roit V
CIGARS and TOBACCO,
and everything usuiilly kept la
rrctcrliitloiiH tnivTiifff Coin-
mmimmmimi .ij!iii ..." .i.nw'l. ii,.5in,.,nTr 1maiBmfJm6ttm'twm rt iiia. i i1 n.i,nifc.i iwi. w
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