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Ojmnf A ti OKQAH Of COOS CO.
It is quite surprising Ihitt tho
Dcmocratlp party have lived o Ion
under tho laws which they aro now
no anxious to repeal and not till re
nmily .discovered that thew la a
dMttptous power riven to tho mill
Jy authorities tltoreln. SutisUn.
tl&lly the miuo law has stood upon
the atatule lxk of tho United
w iiiji.).'. nn mo actoi ima was
passed with the concurrence of tho
pemoerncy, for tho purpose ofrcftu
latltig nnd restraining the u of the
military, oven for tho preservation
of pcaco on election dav. Promi
nent Democratic statesmen have al
ways recognised Uiis right In Oc
tolicr, 1S61, that most exemplary
lcmocratic light, Gen. McClclIan,
Issued an order to Gen. Banks, in
command in Maryland, directing
mm to use the military to nrotcct
voters in tho exercise of their right.
The order ia in tho following lan
Ocxraal: There hi an apprchen
ton among Union citizens 4n many
paru ot Maryland of an attempt at in
trrfcrtnrcwjth their righu ot ruflrage
by disunion cititcn on the occasion
of the election U take place on the Cth
of Novcmlwr next
In order to prevent thii, the major
general commandine dlrecU that yoa
icnd detachmenU of a sufficient num
ber of men to the different poiaU in
your vkiaity where the elections are
to 1m held to protect the Uniaa voter,
and to tee that so diMtnioabta are al
lowed to intimidate then, or in aay
way to interfere with their richta.
lie alo desire you to armst and
hold in confinement until after the
election, all disumonUu who are
known to have returned from Yirjrinia
recently, and who how themelv at
the pofU, end to guard effectually
against any Invasion of the peace and
order of tho election.
For the purpose of carrying out these
instructions you are authorized to sus
pend the kahfaa corps. General
intone has received similar instruc
tions to these. You ill please con
fer 'with him as to the particular points
mat eacn tuaii tase control ol
The order was made before the
passage of the act of 1SG5, and was
to lake effect within a State that was
In the full exercise of its civil powers.
The Democratic party afterwards cn--dorjsed
the course of "Gen. McCiellan
Xsy making him tiieir candidate for
prwicknt m 2S&4. But the Demo
cratic party now find it necessary to
secure absolute control of New York
and other large cities in the next
presidential election, ia order that
the ruftUn and ballot-box staffers
ca-n create majorities aa large as may
he required to carry the day, and
Sac Um purpose they asfced the re
peal ol UiOiv laws whii tnev neipca
to enact, and which, up to the pres
ent time, liave been considered whole
aome and ncccsaary.
In accordanee with a resolution
of the legislature, Governor Thayer
has directed the district attorney of
the third district to commence suit
against M- V. Brown, on behalf of
tho State, to recover money over
drawn by him as state printer. The
following is the communication from
the Governor on the subject:
J.J.WiirEr,Es4. DeaaSia: I
herewith enclose the financial state
ment of the Hon. Secretary of fltaUj,
cf tho printing account of SL V.
grown, Ute Stale Printer, which was
furnished me on the SlstinsU, and re
upoctfullycallyoor attention to the
house joint resolution, No. 124, thcre
rcferreu to, and in pursuance of which
raid statement waa made. You will
observe by that atatement, Mr. Brown
m indebted to the Suto by amount
overdrawn by him while State Printer,
abalamot10,W0 62, and that the
resolution directs me "to cause suit to
be instituted against Mr. Brown and
his sureties, pr either, for the recovery
of aaid balance. Such suit or suit to
lw conducted under the direction and
control of the Governor, by Dial wt
Attorney of the third judicial district,
Mid aucb assistant counsel aa the Gov
ernor rosy employ." You will there
lore plcac proceed in the matter at
Of.ce. J will employ assUtant coun
sel "whenever you will indicate mat
you are ready to co-operate with auch
counsel, ahd proceed in the proeu.
W. VY. Thaywi,
Governor of Oregon.
It will be remembered that there
was a Iare claimed by Mr.
rown a lieing, till due, the pay
ent of which wa stopped 1y the
disclosures of tbo committee of in
vestigation, which added to tlw sum
. w,loli this uuit is to be brought,
.B.oHHla to over 18,000, as the
,sount wrongfully charged by one
officer durio Grovcr's administra
Uom. This, and the othersmta com
MWHced, wUI afford those exfficiab
n opportunity to prove tlve injus
tice of the coticiusion of Galloway s
pLitrs ha iMued a P-fgJ
tiic rtiio "" v.i. i....
The price ol telegraphlo cowmvinb
caUoH hai been reduced matcriallv
within a few years past, but that H U
still far too hlRh no one can tnw.
Tho dividends ot tholeadtng telegraph
companies are large, and tho patron
age oJ! the lines, and consequently tho
Income ot the companies rapidly In
creasing. If thU means ot eommunb
cation is to remain under tho eoatrol
of private enterprise, the introduction
of a wholesome competition and the
reduction ot prices to reasonable rates,
will be hailed with pleasure br the
people. It U probable that thW mo
nopoly which now exists will not last
long, as It is announced that Jay
Uould has au Idea that he can build
his now Central Union or American
Union line for about one-fourth the
mileage cost of tho construction ot
IhoVWestern Union, and that ho Is
talking about reducing tho price of
messages to twenty or twentyflvc
cents to any part of tho Union
Whether rates can be brought down
to so low a flguro may be doubted, but
a great reduction can and ought to be
Thk secret acrvlcc police have re
cently come Into poMCMlonof a most
remarkable counterfoil. It is a $20
United HUtes legal tender note, so
well executed aa to deceive many x
perls. The most rcmarkablo thing a
bout II is that the work on It was en
t rely executed with pen and Ink. all
the intricate figures and curves, all
tho heads, the seal, the fine engraving
work, and oven tho fiber In tho paper,
aro almost txrfollv Mtninrrlt1
and the signature of John Allison, for
merly registrar ol the treasury, is al
most exact, while that of John C. New,
former treasurer, is perfect. The
whplo bill is a wonderful piece of work
and must have cost more labor than
several Ku bills would have paid for,
in legitimate way.
It now appears that the war between
the Britkh and the Zulus of itouth At
Kca is practically ended. The late
dcieat of the Zulu forces has made
their chief willing to negotiate for
peace, and tho whole campaign has
been so disaMerousaad unsatisfactory
toJhe Britkh, that thy are doubtless
ready to accept terras which would
hare been spurned ia the early part
ot the war. A Loadoa dispatch of
the SHth aaya:
8ir3arnet WoWey telegraphs from
uaroaa on tne ha oi July aa follows r
I hare halted all reinforcements here,
aa I believe the war U over. Do not
send any more men or supplies till
you hear from rue. I expect to meet
the great Zulu chief about the ICth.
A correspondent at Ulnndi, under
dto of Julv 4th Mrs : It is stated
that Cetewayo, five days ago, seat 400
head of cattle with a peace messen
gcr. to the British, but they were stop
ped by one ot the Zulu regiments, who
declared that no peace should be
made until they were bcatca. The
prisoners say that Cetewayo opposed
war. They admit that the entire Zu
lu force was present at the battle.
The Zulu loss is estimated at 1 .500.
JThe two guns taken at Isaudula were
A correspondent ot the Chicago
TWtMne save tho Indian s timt
Gen. Cusler shot and killed himself.
That when he saw his men Hying from
me enemy, ne wavcu his pistol In the
air and fired It off twico to attract
and try to rally his men ; two or three
gathered around him, but as the In
dians closed on thorn, one of tho sol
dters tried to run away. Custer shot
thecowartily soldier, and seeing the
inumn garnering arounu in over
whelming numbers, and regarding
the day as lost, he chose to die by his
own uanu nuncr tnan do taxon, and
turned tho pistol on himself.
Cafe M 04ANw
On the evening ot the &th a fire
broke out in the American House in
Seattle, and in a short time the entire
block, consisting of wooden buildings,
was in flames. The fire then crossed
the street and burned a saw-mill, sev
eral warehouses and other buildings
ot less importance. The los is very
heavy, partly covered br insurance.
A large amount of goods were con
sumed in the warehouses. No lives
are reported lost, although the'Jtre was
remarkably rapid in the Urb destruc
tion of the American hotel.
A Nkw York dispatch ol the 21th
aaya A contract was signed Tuesday
by J. O. llemlermm with tho Dtiloware
Iron Shipbuilding Works, Phllmleb
phta, for another steamer for Iho Or
egon Steam Navigation Company,
It will be tho largest ot any in tho
company's fleet it&3 teot long, 3St
feet beam, 3,000 tons register.
TuKOroFino express was robbed
last Friday by three men, aiwut eight
miles beyond Cold Springs. Tito rob
bers got about fl.SOO in gold dust,
and other valuables, mostly belong
ing to Chinamen.
A special from Austin says that nows
was rt?eplvid of a fight totween the
State troop and A party of Indians at
tlio hcadot Conrlio mer. une inuian
was killed and suveral wounded.
JutKiK llKi.txc!:n has decided that
shoriffs are not entitled to inllrngo lor
conveying prisoners to tho penitenti
ary. Prof. T. M. Catch has posltlwly do
ollned to aecept the Mltlon ot Pres
ident ot the Willamette University
for another term.
FoitTr thousand young salmon
were planted in Green bake, Wis., In
June. Exivrimmta hnvo detuoustru
ted that they thrive in Inland waters.
Tits infiiix of Southern negroes In
to Kansas is steady and continuous.
Seventy fle cr cent, reach their des
tination perfectly destitute.
A Sax Fiuncisco exchange states
that Hose Young Fay has applied (or
letters ot administration upon tho
estate ot James 1). Fay.
The discovery of a gold bearing
vein ot quarts is reported to have
been niaoo in the western part ot
Oxk hundred women were recently
enrolled as students in the medical
department ot tho .university at
0, Welwtor, administrator of the
Kstato ot lion Smith, having filed his
final account (or tho nttleniont ol
said estate, It Is ordered that Monday,
tho 1st day ol September, 1870, 1k set
for the hearing ol any objections to
tho same, and for tho final settlement
ol said estate
U.NIVKII KVATK l.AWI OmCK,)
UosKiitMio, July it, 1870. S
NOTICi: Is hereby given that the
following named settlor has filed
notice of his Intention to make final
prool in support of his claim, and
secure final entrv thereof at tho exnt
ration ol thirty days from tho date ol
this notice, U: Homvitead entry
number three thousand two hundred
and forly-soxcn, (JUII7) ol Frederick
W. Colehrook, for tho V ol HW 4
Sec W, and lots !l and t Sec KO.JU 8 It,
It W, and names tho following an his
Purrv f'oitittv. OnL,tn. nnd Diiunis
CunnltT, ol Kilonshiirg, Curry County,
WM. F. UKh'jAMl.V,
Win. 0. Wobstor,
DBOOTS Sb SKcoiaa
A BMAI.L HTOtJK
Will Hecolvo l'miupl Attention.
liOcnliMl on Front Slrvet, opjioalto
at me ri "- -,..i ,ir.
' i a...i tsssv mcriiini
rtii'XSra. Ot construction. I
iSTZIlirfrow tho caual, and reckoas
The yellow frrerin Xcmphis ap
pears to be still extending and increa
sing. It was at first hoped that by
the prompt measures resorted to by
the authorities, the terrible scourge
could be coafiaed to the vicinity
where it first appeared, bat this hope
bsa been abandoned, and arrange
ments are being made to removo the
sick to a camp seven aulee from the
city. Some physicians basis that it
la a varied type of malarial fever ; oth
ers that It is the genuine yellow fever,
bnt not nearly as bd aa in 1873 or
1673. The mot rigid quarantine
measures have been resorted to by
all cities in communication with
Memphis, and the disease has not so
far appeared elsewhere. In Havana,
the disease is raging with ranch fatal
ity, and the most unfavorable part ol
the season has not yet arrived.
A tailed boy lnu been discovered at
OEnoinmit !, th name of GcorKS
vt. ir Kaa reached the age of
tour vxn. while the ti! has attained
the length of 14 Inches, being cover
ed willi silky, glwy hair. It w
where the tail ought to be, aad, so far
from being outgrown, promisee woo
grow the boy. The eurgeoiu find
,i..t t u roculirir articulated to the
backbone, and don't think it safe to
take It off. Why should thcyT Es
pecially since the boy, finds it a con
iidorable help in gaming an upnglit
position, like the kangaroo s tall. Wis
lather has taken him from tlie medi
cal college and fled to Chicago, as of
fcring the greatest encogemen. m
monstrosltie. The savans do .not yet
inform us whether George is the m as
Ing link, or merelya freak of nature.
The comfort which cattle derive from
their tails in warm weather, and dogs
at all times, should induce the cura
tors of this fortunate youth to make a
psychological study of him to deter
rofne whether the projection of hU
being through a tail adds any .new
sensSs or faculties,. or J !
Urges the conditioned realm ol
ThelullcraccounUof the death of
Prince Louis Napoteo drawn f rom
(he rewerts of the court martial oh
LiJunSrey bring out one touch of
nmaaec Tnot bo published la this
STntry! Tle iHfateT prince had on
atTi death his great-uncle's sword,
abandoned prince, saw hiw W
young pretender living victor
kugo, Napoleon tlie Jj, fbS
least the nephew o Au.te rUU, but
amien s. --. 7 -f V. "
SrSSeWitk the -word of AwUrf "
in his hand wilt oomscs -'
sting out ol the epigfaea.
aviHCY. Itr., July 2AA,bs
determined me? enUr i-
had UU'Htmcd hiHi
About the head of Wild Horse can
yoa, where Indian trails cross it, set
tiers have been annoyed by Indians
laying down fences and going through
Jrain fields. One settler notified tho
udians to do so no more. Two Indt.
I ana disobeyed, and when tho white
man toiu mem to geioui oi tne nam
and lay the fence up, they refused
and hot words ensued which termina
ted in a neht in which one Indian
Lwas shot. Citizens in tho neighbor
hood say that the authorities shall
nojrhave the white man who did tho
The Atiorian says Capt. Parker is
now about ready to boist the ballast
out of the stranded ship City of Zhib-
tin and fetch her tin to the citv. Of
one tiling we feel quite suro, while
this has been an expensivo business.
Capt. Parker, by his course has made
tor ttimscu a reputation oi Knowing
just exactly what to do, and how to
doit; whether he makes any money
oat of the Job or not. The vessel will
be up to the city in a short time.
Tox Lawtox. who co-ouerated with
Troy Dye aad Anderson, la the raur-
aer of oh mw. jlukm on ihb o
manto river, has been arrested ia
Lelriston, I. T- He cd from Cali
fornia immediately after the discorerr
ofthe murder; he passed through
this county, and went on north.
There has been a reward offered for
his anest. It is very probable that he
will expiate his crime on the gallows,
as did his associates.
It appears that the American
"hootista" are vet ahead. A London
dianatch of the 24th ulL says: At
800 yards raago at Wimbledon, yester
day, Frank Hyde, an American lieu
tenant. Col. Fenton and another,
mnAt, enfh onsccutire bull's eyes, the
highest possible in the contest for the
armorer's prize. In shooting off tie
each made three bull's eyes, in pool
shooting, Morse, an American, made
almost aa unbroken line of bull's eyes.
Chicago, July 27. A gravel Jraia
on the Northwesters railroad, while
basfciagintoWaakegan, III., with a
large number of its workmen in itt
.. truck a cow on the track aad
was ditched. Anthony Joyce, Mike
Rb.n'jItB Jnhn UUflBSBa Fst COO-
Bors. were killed, and one of the oth
er workmen will die of injuries. Con
ductor Tom Halligsnsnd Tom Mc
Jfally are badly injured, together
with several others whose names are
OxaJ.II. Harris and a few of his
fiery friends at Hartford, in Tularo
county, California, paraded the streets
of that town on the 4th of July, with
the rebel fag, and whooped up the
"lost cause" with such vehemence
that there was daHger of a not. .The
United States Marshall was notified
but did not consider it necessary to
A oT puller was picked up stark
naked, in the tules below Knappa by
the Bonita. He says the Dago with
.. - fi.Mru-. tried to kill him.
ti... ..- will ho innuired into. The
Lrt.Unw had been fa the water
since 10 o'clock, and was aaarly chi
ed to death. HU wants were ewppll
ed, and he was brought to the e&y-
HuanaoTojr. Pa., July 23y the
premature explosion of a blast in the
nuarry near thU place, this afternoon
tbTee men. Michael Kyan, a sub con
ractor of Philadelphia, John Konco
ranl and Mr. Keith, were Instantly
WHei The bodies were terribly mu
tilated. J DvU P with
the loss of bearing.
Chicago. Jaly 23. A Fort Feck
asiclal to the Tribu says: Joseph
imbert a well known Interpreter
Tndut, was with hi. wife anil four
cldldwa killed, en the 30th lost, by
Hioux? Three other persons who
we'rer'eturnlng with him from the
y nktoa camp, were afeo ki fed ana
one little girl was taken captive,
Keakly 900 sagineers, on a strike
Stow'meived from the various
Seers' Socfety 1 t fP en'
Oaaosas repwsentattrs, John Whit
tearrha4heme, but Uea
Mor Graver feaot exacted. V
Roseburg & Coos Bay
J. C&atlUH A. Co., Breprlf r.
Stage iclll leave Oeea City every
afternoon (Sunday excepted) on tho
arrival of tho steamer Coos,
wishing to p to Ho.etuwg or any
other part of the interior will muko
Connection with the stage by going to
Coos City on any ol the Hay steamers,
LKAVIKO COOS CITY Tilt SAME DAY.
terTHis is Fousi) to m: tjik
CtlKAPKST. lIKSTund QUICKEST
OF ALL JiOUTKS.
THMOt'tiH I O.KK DAV
making close connection with tho
cars and overland stages utfRoacburg.
All business entrusted to oifr care
will be attended to with promptness
Each passenger allovrt J 00' oJ bwjgatjr.
Telegraph otfico, Kmpire City.
In the Circuit Court of the Slate of Or
egon, for the eomity ( Com.
8. S. Mnnu, In his own right, and as Ad
ministrator of Hit' imrtni'inhlpeMaloof
S. 8. Mtuin and Patrick Flanagan, siir
llng partners, and James t'lutm
pin deeeaoeil jMrtncrs. under the firm
. uaino n( Flanagan A Maun,
Patrick Flanagan In person, and as Ad
inlnlstratorof ttu rttoof Jmiic Flan
agan, Ann Flanagan, John Flanagnn
and C. YV. Tower.
of partncrnhlp property.
To Ann Flanagan, one of wild defend
In the name of thu Statu of Oregon
You are hereby summoned und repilrHt
tooppenrand niuwer' Iho bill of com
plaint of tho plntiitlir on file ncalnni you
in tlto nbuu entitled Court and eaiue. on
lor before tho tlntt day of tlio next n-gutar
r- ..t ut.i ,-...... ..r,.. t.A. ,.(l.ll..Mti..
of this summon.', to-wlt: Tito -l Mou
dav, tho 8th day of September, A. H.
IHfll, Audou xx ill tnko notice that, If
jou fall tv appearand nniMor thu sfor
suM complaint, the plshitlir will apply
to the Court tor tlio reiiei uierein i
mandevl, ThU summon Is imhlUhed by order
of Hon. J. F. WaliKW, Ju-lk"' ol salil
Court, liearng date July , tt.
It. 8. JJTttUUN,
and O. WsusTKn,
Atta. for PlaiulifT.
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C0MSTANTI.V OX UAXU
Jfrtffrcssrs ,C llntttetut,
Vhulr P Lnunaent
Vi'lttn ,P Vrtullc,
PICTlMtr.S. FKA.MKH. MOUUHKUH,
TAIlbKS, MlltltOItU Ac.
.Made to Order.
COFFtSS made at shortest notice.
Attaciimknts, Nki:.u.ks Ac.
F. MA UK,
T.C. MAUKKV.M I)
PHYSICIAN AND, SURQEOK,
0. II. (lOLDKK.M I) "
PHYSICIAN k SURGEON
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PHYSICIAN Jb SURGEON,
W. C ANdKLM l).
PHYSICIAN ami SljnCEO),,
f 'i7iile 1fu, ttgn.
H, II, IlARAIttl, J. T. llAMttlOf,
llAZAlll) A llAMllroN,
ATTQnHt YS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
W ill pnu'tlco In the various courts
on hi; at :.ui'iuii irv, Ous,
1) k y X I S M c V o t, a A
HAVIStl I.KAHrinTHK DAWHON
htackMulth shop, lu Mar-htluld, 1
am prepared to do
jrA living share of patntungo l
cr. ovl. sia-Xjisr.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT WW!
wx'H barhI:r hhop,
rHojrr oi tub ckxtrai. iiotcl.
If you want an cay shave,
As gowl as barber ever gave.
Just call on meat mv-saloon,
From morn 'till night or busy noon ;
My razors' -harp, my senwors, keen,
My shop is neat and towels clean;
And there I think that you will Hud
Each article to suit the mind ;
I trim the hair with skill for gouts,
Of course the price is fifty cents ;
Shampooing, too. 1 do that well,
Give me a trial, that will tell ;
So help me gracious if I make you hoi-
You need not pay a quarter of a dollar.
J. W. Cox, Propr.
P. 8. Hot and cold baths always ready.
B00T& SHOE MAKER
in a thorough manner ami u-c
on! the I
CHatlea te Heirs,
IN the the County Court or
County Oregon, in lbate.
Tn tho matter of the Estate of
To Angclino Johnson, and all par
ties interested in said Estate: In tho
namo of tho State of Oregon, you aro
hereby cited to appear in the abovo
entitled Court on Monday, tho 1st day
of September, 1879, to show cause, if
any there be, why an order for tho
sale of the real estate of said estate,
described as the N K of the ?f t X of
Sec. 27, T.27 8. of 13 w.,snouiu mu ic
made, to satisfy tho debts of said
estate, according to tho petition on file
in said Court. ,,..,
Given under my hand and Official
Seal this 17th day of July, 1870.
CHatien t Heirs.
J.VfAe County Court or Coot County
Oregon, in Irobate.
In tho matter of tho catato of 7.. T.
ToJ.B. Lewis, Evormoah Lowij,
Wnioby Lewis, 0. H. Lewis, Mary If.
Lewis and Mary 8. Simons, heirs o
said estate, an all parties inte-estod
therein In the name of tho State of
Oregon, you are hereby cited to appear
tn 'fin iLov entitled Court on Monday
September 1st, 187", to shpir cause,
if any there be, why an order slioii d
not be made for the sale of t ho N Jf of
V W 1-4 and N E 1-4 of N W 1-4 of Hec.
34T.27S.ofB. 13 YV., to satisfy the
debtsofsald estate, according to fho
petition on file In said Court.
"Given under my hand ami ofllclal
a Webster, adminlslrator of the
estate o I T. b. Winchester haying
Hied his final account for said estate,
it U ordered that Monday, the 1st day
aii Twruonslndcbtwl to tho under-
-!T0TICK 18 JIKKKItY GIVEN
! that by virtue of an execution
sued out of the Circuit Court of the
Stale of Oregon for the county of
Coo, in favor of K. It. Dully, and
againot K.S, Scales and AtigtUla Seat
a, anil to mo ilellvcrttl.conuiiaiidiug
me that of the K?rsoiinl proerty,nd
if suflk'ieut p-ritonal pnnwrty 1m- not
found, then of tho real property of said
defendants I en use to It made the "tint
of eighty-nix S.V 100 dollars nith inter
,.t mill arrrtiliiL- co-Is. I have lnicl
utKiu lots 1 and 2 in block ir Su tin? if
town of Marshllcld. us platted by H. II.
Cathcart, and on file in the Itecorder's
ofllce of said town, alo the hotiao situ
ated on or adjoining ald lot-, occu
pied by said defendant. AnguUa
Scales, and known as .Mrs. Scalet'
house, and ill, on the 2d day of Au
gust, 1879, at thu the hour of 12
o'clock M. of said day, at tho court
house door in Empire City, sell at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder for
cash, all tho right and interest which
the said defendant or either of them
had in said pro-icrty on the ISth dav of
Sept. 1870 or al any time thereafter
Given under my hand this 27lhday
of June, 1870. A.G.AIKEN,
2Hw Sheriff Coos Co.
si&-Hlupon Front HtriH'i.opjKwilit tho
Pioneer .Market. vl-7-tl
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SEWING MACHINES IS
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GOOD BEOS AND GOOD DOARD.
-Vo VltlSESK WOKS eiititoynt.
U. S. I.AxnOrncK.
Hos-!!!!', Ogn. July 10, 187V
Complaint having Iteen mntlo at this
oflico by James Catching agaln-t Samuel
Dyer, for abandoning his homestead entry
No. 2llt. datwl February IHth. I87fl, iiihui
the N. W. i of S. K. A S. K. I of S K.
JvfSw 32. Township 20 South, of Itange
12Wet,lnCoicounty, Oregon, with a
vlow to tho cancellation of said entry:
the said parties are hereby summoned to
appear at this Oflico on thu 6th day of
Septcmlwr, 1870. at 10 a.m., to rescind
and furnish testimony concerning said
W. F. IleMJAMif, lU-gl-tcr.
30 J. 0. Fci.traroJ, Hecelver,
NOTICE IS HKUEIIY GIVEN
that on tho last Monday In Au
gust, 1870, hwit : en the 80th day of
August, 1870, tho Hoard of Knuallxa
tlon of Coos COonty, State of Oregon,
will attend at tho oftce ol tho County
Clork of said County, and publicly
examine tho assessment rolls, and cor
rect all errors in valuations, descrip
Hi. in if IiuhIk. lots or other property,
All iKirsori interested are hereby
notified to attend.
Dated this 23d day of July, 1870.
John Lank, Ansscssor.
MAiisiiriKMi a Emi'iiie City.
II. I. WHITNEY, Pitornik-roK.
A gool supply of
11EEF, l'OHK, MUTTON,
und all kinds of
constantly on hand Alw a
g(Kid -loc-k of
Till In-llliltltlun iit-w airnfiU tie ti
frtritlllt for -liir.ilJi.il to Ik- fotmd nlU .
t'iiu-1 ltrl.n of ftiiiihrrn Oregon TV
Aradeiuy Is irradiialsd Into thrrtfdrpMV
muni as luiitot.
The I'rhmirif J)rintrtnicnt
In mhleh lotrtlurtiry IIrmln- ski
The JHHtor lU'pHltlHfHt.
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double eiilr) Jltolniiy, (Tirmt-try, rob
eal eoMiuiy, IjiIIii, Itltelnrii, llici
Arltliinrlic, Algebra, (ieimctry, Trff I
tiomoiry ami minriug
finilrtkliou lu tlu bramh I sins
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pT week tllh prhnte Uiollleti, IM V
-till Ii'-k tthen eMrnl itnleuU iw
Kuther and board Uh'Iiim'Ucm.
ttUPVMKIi AT SHOUT
Ctmknmal World's Fair, 7876!
HavJiifj lately liouglit tlm wtock of
driig heretofore iKilongltiK to Dr.
Harry Lnno, I um now propnrod to
cnrcfitlly compound and init un
physician's pfcscriptioitH. Tho tmt
rouogo of Hioho havinu ttrcocriiitloiiH
to Imj flllcd, l n'HiM'cttiilly Hollcltcd,
LOUlH P. MUNK0K.
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I, SK0M1NSUER ORCJUI CO.,
n t im csmm trawr,
KSW ItlVM. Oow,
Junior . .
Comer of ,lA,;nntl Front Htrrcl,
1 fur ugh axed and fixed up the aU'i
tin i mi un f..iil vt urrniiti',1 In iirmiiKinf I
0 lure ueal, aiidgood IkiIs to the Irsiil-
In,' uiiil local eti'tom.
CALL AND SEE US.
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CIGARS and TOBACCI
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