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THE COAST JCAH.
OFPfClAL 0R0AK0F COOS CO.
Tho ftlrength of ftunucl J. TJUlen
lbvSO. ta on Ute decline Ho has W
it tulvocntos than lie hnd wix month?
ngo.nnd tho number of his minuV
urs is still growing beautifully less,
mens were iimny rlrouiimtanccn
which stood njminPt him in tho Inst
contest, nnd he cnnie thruueh with
ic8fl .Htrenctii Uinn manv nnothcr
done Then vrcro in tho minds of i
me ixjopie oven among (how who
rapportcd the ticket became it wn
Doinoerntic grave doubts of his
runccrity n n reformer ; and then his
record nn a statesman, aside from
his claims as the leader of the re
form movement . in New York,
amounted to nothing, There ha oc
cured nothing since the campaign
or ISiG which can add to his
strength; and ho would enter tho
contest, if nominated, more huavily
loaded than lwfore. Tl fact that
his party claim that he was fairly
elected before, and by unfair means
was deprived of the honors to which
Jic is entitled, presents a claim upon
tho sympathies of his fricuds : vet
itui-r an k is nine
Our Empire City cotompurary com
plains that It. II. I.uae was not prop
erly treated Uint he Was snubbed"
durtnR the lato visit of the Board of
of Engineers, by some one, though by
wboin, or In what way, does not clear
ly hppear. The principal ground tor
complaint scents to bo that the steam
er .lfyrte was accepted to convey tho
Engineers to the ditlcrcnt points on
the bay and its tributaries, instead of
ono of Mr. I.use's bonis, tho uso of
which was offered by II. II. Luse. If
tho committee or the Hoard of Kngin
eers hnd accented the services of the
Satellite, Xasburg A. Hirst would!
have bad just as good reason for feel
ing "snubbed" as Mr. Luse or bis rvp
rcMjtitatlws now have. But wo can
not believe that there exists any good
reason for the complaint in which the
Arfftit indulges. The first boat which
was patronised by the Engineers otter
their arrival, was Mr. Luse's boat, tho
Cx, in which they enmo from Em
pire to Mnrsltftvld, and the regular
"four bitV was collected for each
member of tho party for that passage.
The only newspaper representative
who accompanied tho party around
the bay, was tho editor of Mr. Luse's
paper, the -try and ho was every
whero received without snubbing.
, This a clear case of "much ado about
rrt OiTonl Mull.
East FAnMtxirrox, Wis., July 20.
John Kranx, a farmer, drove into a
lake to water his horses, and tho ani
mals becoming frightened, ran Into
deep water upsetting tho wagon and
drowning Krans and five children,
tho sixth swam out. Tho eldest
was a girl 17 years of ago.
llAM-iMoiiK, July 28. Thomas H.
Hcnnor occupying tho lodge at Antto
tant -culinary, was yesterday Instant
ly Killed ItV his wlfiv tin ilini..1 tntr
with intimacy with Ilaverflcld, super-
uitvmicni ui mo seminary, aim ntauo
an assault upon her, when she suited
a carbine and shot him through the
heart She was lodged in Sail at Ha-
gcrstown. Sho alleges that the shoot
ing was to protect her own life.
Bismarck, 1). T. Aug. 1 Six miles
above tho Wolf Point Indian Agenov,
on tho Missouri river Joseph Lambert
(a woodman) and family, were attack
ed last Monday by Indians. Lamltert
Ins wife and four children were killed
and scalped, two other children were
so badly mutilated that thev cannot
possibly recover, and ono littlo girl
was carried away captive, to bo held
as a hostage. There was a horrifying
sitectaclo at tho place of (ho murder
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 1. Samuel A.'
Grasty, a railroad and commercial
traveler, of this city, lost night shot
a Mr. Itecd and son at Opcliko. Thoy
attacked him in his room at his hotel
for alteged improper intimacy with
Miss Itced. Grasty was badly cut on
the head and hands. Tho elder ltecd
was shot in tho eye and abdomen, nnd
tho younger under tho right jaw. The
elder Reed will dio ; Grasty is under
unsuccessful political aspirant can nothing," and appears to have been
tirce in his own behalf. Ho aspired ! raised for tho purpose of giving the
to becomo president nnd failed; ho Argas an excuse for going out of the
fttiotuu accept Uie Verdict, whether wav to sav that Marshfleld "is a very
from tto people or from-inexorable uninviting location," etc
5SS?2J rSSl2r5I& U,S -o-iuce to .niton the Engineer.
States. It tells him that his repu-Pn !hc,r arnv.a1' nmlltcnd the,m
tation haa been damaged bv his con- 9uch the occasion de
nection with thc early part of' anded. The committee discharged
Tweed's grand larceny, and strongly that duty to tho best of their ability,
advises htm to write a note to the ; without intending to slight any one,
Democratic people, informing them lor give cause for dissatisfaction. It
Out he will not he a candidate for may be that oversights and errors
nomination. But his insatiable i ....,! .,...;m,.,i ! i.n ....n....An
ambition trill nrge him forward, and I of the ..: ... no !ocftl or 1K.rH0llI.i purpose and (or tho sinking : fund and ,
bo will have to Ik? defoiitinl hv bis' i- ' i .1 i - , , , profit and oss account, The asKctn
TJl"LVltl-?l J Irejudico caused thent. and it is to be , on Jttuuary i iS7o. wcr $15S.07;t.71 1.
t NkitMttiAn vinv ntivnnn u ar nitnnfivtii i.... r " ..- - . i
flile and foolish as to entertain thc
views which find expression in the
TilK financial statements ot the
Central Pacific ltailroad Company,
submitted at tho annual meeting,
held July 22d, showed that tho gross
earnings of tho road for 1878, were
tt7,f30$33, which is over f 1,000,000
in excess of 1S77. Tho expenses for
187Swere S,7SG.11S, which is also
more than $1,000,000 in excess of
Tho steamer "Titos. A. Whitelaw"
arrived hero on tho HOth nit,, nnd
sailed tho same day for Han
Vrnnclsco ami way ports. She
brought a largo supply of ntorclmn
diso for A. 1). Wnlcott nnd liquors
for A. Carman, Ir'sUIch several pack
ages for tho interior, Sho took
nway seven tons of wool, n large
quantity of hides, butter.. ve.
Tho Awinwr"dus8loTolfidrM call
ed in hero on tho Hist, on her way
down. No freight, no passengers.
Mr. tt. W. nuttlmr, formerly a
resident of this place, arrived on the
The BUirgcstion made in tho News
of tho 23d ult., that Cant. Ticlumor's
road bo Wttor extended to Coos
Bay that wo might bo better able to
got our tmxluco to a market, was
received liore with so much interest,
that there would undoubtedly have
been a mass meeting held to con
sider tho subject, had it not Iteen
for two reasons: 1st, Capt. Tiohe
nor is not building anv road, (with
his hands) and '.id, ve do not pro
pose in the near future to ship our
nroduco that way, and when the
Harbor of Kefugo ts located, if Sig
lin wants any freight shiptcd fntnt
this place Via the Port Orfonl e
Koscburg It. It., he can send in tits
orders and they will be attended to
with itroinntncss and dispatch.
Two tons of butter was received in
town tonlay for shipment to San
Judgo I.owo and wife and Mrs. II.
II. itosa are m town on a visit.
Auo. 4, 1870.
Vmtko Status Lash 0rn)
Hoskhtiui, July 1-1, 7v. S
N0T1CK Is hon.by given Hint tluj
following named settlor lui l)Hi
notice of his intention U make linn
prtHtt in suppoil of bin elrtim.iuijl
secure final entry thereof at the expi
ration of thirty days from the dale of
iliU nntlcn. vii : HolilOSteild IMUfV
number three tlinuinud two hundred
and tortv-seven. (.T-M7) of Frederick
W. Cnlehrook, for the
') of F
V , o
f HW yA
See W, and lots 51 and t See :U),;it 8 It,
It W, and name the following as Ills
witnesses, vis: M.ltiloy,o( Klleitshurg,
Curry Couutv, Oregon, ami Dennis
Cunnlff, of Kllcnsburg, Curry County,
WM. F. IlKNJAMIN,
'52 -Q H
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p mm r Ji.ii'
party in convention or again before
The Coufedcrate Deaocrats only, Seed
Thc tondency of thc ex-confedcr-ate
element of thc Democratic party,
to assume nbsoluto control not only
of that part; but of the country, is Lnntcndcnt heretofore, 'and those
Old School Land Titles.
It has. been declared hv the School
Koanl of this State that parties liaving
purchased school land from the Su-
ivcpiioucan canuiuweior governor tna hftdon aml ownc ot 8UCh
jvcmnrsy.inwaicnne comment on fan,is in 1 county receive n
the iK-rsonnel of the Ueniocratie ck- d ,51 to tif0 Mme, i( would be
xt ell illustratcil in thc facts mention-: holding lands under such purchases
ed bolow, from the '-Statesman : hH tma appbeation at once for
u- t ..:.. 1 - 1. 1 new deeds, the present titles being m-
JtZ il? 7J ,V ?, 'fJhvma4lc J valitt. W. R. Willis has bceiLaprwint
rccently by the Hon. Walter Erans,'j attv for e lH)anl to scythnt
Kentucky, in which he comments on
vi in iiiM stare- inero were omy 1 .,i .. ,1.. i.m,;,i , ,ti 1inn
. about lo,000 men in the confcleratc ,,., aud theIr th,CA
army from Kentucky, against lb,000 Tho K3Soa for thU i on the
;Jh f UnH" ar'?-,'V V'"1,?"5 'f fScS part ot the State Board is that all the
Vnumber ol ex-flcral soldier tbre-; 1sllIrt.rinten JcnU deetls were wade
. wtio nax'c atwajs voteu aim actcu
with the Democratic jwrty. But
there Js not a cinglo man on the Dem
ocratic ticket who was not a parties-
previous year, taking from the net
eurnings tho rental of leased Hues
there is a surplus left of J'.ViOVm
No mention is mado of any dividends
being paid in 1H7S, aud there was on
ly a surplus lelt ot 3,30l,VU3 for tltat
which includes every thing of value
to thc company.
without the power to convey a title, as
such power U alone vested in the Gov
ernor, Secretarr of Stato and State
pant in the rebellion or an earnest f the gutc ha9 no of the dccds
avowed sympathizer with the
iven by tho supetintendents, and
. . 1 .a il:i Lf mi s b-w . - w ---
cause. Jlcioro the Democratic r,,i. .ni t,v Jhf hnvinir such
Stnl rotivmitjoii nn miin r)ii!il win , . ,'. . . t ..
unless he bad loved the
flat: and iriven his energies and sym
patbied for thc u.icrthruw of the fetl
oral government. It cannot be possi-,
blv tliat tucre arc no union men tnerc ,
now tn tne jjcinocratir jiarty capaoie ,
COtlld Win . ,,t- J,1 inr- wr,f nt Torttnl nn
confederate . .t.-,.... ., ctnt t.- Ik. sold. Tn-
Droatk in tfce South-west.
4 l.s-tt.- f nrwii emfrittr flltrtni
of filling the office. Both of theUm j .. bv extreme heat, "exists in
ted fatato tH-natora from that State , portions of Arkansas, New Mex-
,werc eympathizers with tho rebellion -JCQ and TexaJ, nn,i already has affect-
nd one of them fought in the last 1 j tJie coUon crop considerably. A
, ditch. A majority of her reprcsenta- hvcathcrford dispatch of the 1st says :
five xrcre confederates or confederate Urouth continues in its wither
sympathizers. i ing blasting effect, growing more se-
t And it is m m other states. There , V(c eacll jay 'f i,e cotton crop,
is a large union element in Tennessee, , wj,jch waa fuif 0f promise ten days
kbutinco the Democracy came into; ago, is now very seriously damaged,
IHwornoiuanjiasoeencit.vieuBeru-janj w,tl,oUt thorough soalcing rains
or who did not serve in the confedcr-jjn a -ew java muat be cut off one
fourth. All manner ot vcgciawon i
lfterally .parching up, and tne neat is
distressinglv oppressive, almost un
bearable. Where stock are not regu
larly looked after and attended to.
ate urniy. x ith a single exception
all the Democratic representative in
emigre are ex-confederates.
Work to be Ceameaeed.
., .-r,- -i.i :j ,1.-1 thev arc almost famished for water,
Thefl-AOOO required to be imid le a , ,. , 8tock walcr to
Colombian government before the cu $u ywlierc ,- the country.
commencement of the Danuit canal j " "u -v ,
has been paid at London, and Ioctor
Uarnpjuiy. the military jdiyvician who Miners Strike atSeattb.
controlled thc sanitary arrangements j -
nt tho construction of the Suez caiiAl, Tlte following dispatch !Pc;Jp' "
if about to le sent to Panama to oscor- our exchange from the orth; it
tain and report what measures yt bo 1 needs no cxplaination ;
ol tne Seattle, July so. iiiiwi""'
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health of lalKirex-. The laboring force t)f tho strike among colliers, the coal .
to be recruited Jiom South America ' fleet iJaid up nere, aim re-pi.
and M. De Ix'SH-jw has opened corn-1 charged as fast as they arrive, o
m'unication with the Emperor of Bra-, moro vessels will leave San I'rancisco
acil. asking for Jalwrcw. These steps! for coal till the strike js endcil. The
inillcatwan assurance dn the part of iIodov and Portland are among those
Ix.ssorM. that the tiuancial situation is ' now laid up here.
. '. -..:. .. ,... i:..... ...! ;
HUeil as 10 Jiisliiy me iinuieun-v -
mencciiicut of this great enterprise.
Yellow fever is raging with great
fatality in Havana.
Queen Victouia is over sixty years
of age, and has reigned forty-two years.
Tut: Supremo Court otfjtccts to ad
journ altout the middle of this mouth.
It is proposed to wind cream to thc
English market, from tho United
The Cnstor battlo Held on tho Lit
tlo Big Horn, is made a national cem
etery. Daytox, W. T., now bos 000 inhab
itants, S07 voters, 207 dwellings and
Cuixamax Alt Lee, is to Ikj hangel
in Portland on tho 23d day of.Septoiu
Irt next, for murder.
Tub crops in all parts of t ranee
hhvc ljcen injured by rains. Tho
beet and vines have suffered heavily.
A New Presbyterian church is to be
built in Jacksonville ; C. C. Beckman
headed the subscription with $1,000.
Bertie West, was arrested and
lined for assault and battery upon a
Mrs. Marshall, nt Salem last week.
There is a question as to the iden
tity of the supposed Tom Lawtou ar
rested in Idaho recently.
Famine is staring the Zulus in the
face no seeding ha been done, and
thc producing imputation arc
The Jlontana Lcirislaturo has
fused to exempt the Utah Northern
railroad from taxation, and has ad
journed. Capt. Geo. II. Flanders, has 're
signed the office of Inspector of Hulls
for this district, and John P. Ward
has been appointed in his stoad.
The severest and most destructive
storm that has been known in, Eng
land in years, visited that country on
the 4th instant.
The Grangers of Douglas county
have shipped their wool to San Fran
cisco, not being offered what was con
sidered a fair prico by Oregon pur
chasers. Tub schooner F.mlhj Strpheni, fish
ing off Neab Bay, will tako 3XX)
pounds of halibut on ico to San Fran
cisco. Fish were very plentiful, but
sharks were very troublesome.
A YOf.vo man named Frank A
Hlnin of Bmuhnnipton, h,i., was
3Jall from up the Coast.
Fishing season is alwut to com
mence on tho Siuslnw nnd Unqxpia.
It is rerxirtod thut no bids were sent
tho "m for mail service on the new route
between Gnrdner and tho AUea, by
tho way of Siuslaw. This is unfortu
nate, as it may loavo tho settlements
on tho last fmulcd stream without
mail facilities for some timo yet.
Chinamen are oxiwclod to arrive by
tho TWuir for tlshing hands up tho
coast. They will proccd to their des
tination by the Duncan.
From the head of cide wulor on the
Siuslaw river to the old stage road
north of Cartwright's is only Sit miles,
and It is proiKHcd to open a road on
that route soon. A large amount of
work has been sulwcribed toward the
In tho Circuit Court ot the State of Or
egon, for the county of Coo.
S. u. Mrtim. In htsmvn rlulit. mid ns Ad
ministrator of tho partnership estate of i
N. S. Mnmiuixl rutrtek Mniiagan, Mir
vlvlinj partners, and Junto Flana
gan deceased partners, under tho Una
name ot Flanagan vt (niiu,
Patrick Flanagan In person, nnd as ( Ad
ministrator of the estaU of James Flan
agan. Ann Flanagan, John riiuuitin
ami C. W. Tower.
Suit In equity for sctllciuutit and partition
01 pariuersiiip property.
To Ann Flanagan, ono of sold defend
In tho name of the State of Otvpin
ou are hereby summoned and rvqulntl
tooppearaud'uinwer tho bill ol com
nlalut o( the nlnintlir 011 tlln niraiiut yoti
in tho aliovu entitled Court nnd cause, on
or before tho llrst day ot the next regular
Term ot said Court, idter tho publication
of this summons, to-nit: The I'd Mon
day, tho 8th day of tepteiuW'r, A. l.
18?V. Aii't nu will take notice that. If
you fall toniiH'drnnd answer the afore
said eomplaud, the pliilutlir u ill apply
to the Court for the relief therein de
manded. This summon I published by onlrr
of Hon. J. F. W'ntxou, Jtulw of snhl
Court, benrng dale July L'.'t, IK7U.
It. S. Sruiuw,
nml U. Wkiiitwh,
Altys for Plaintiff.
CUXSTANTJ.V OX HANII
Jfirrrcssr ,P linMriidn,
r10rs U t,oHHtct
IMCTIMtKH. Fit AM KM. MOll,tlNt!5,
T.MH.KS, MtmtUllH Ac.
.Made to Order.
('OT.Y.S' made nt shortest notice.
Attaiuments, Is'k;iu:s A v.
T.0. MAl'KKV,! )t "
C. II. (lOI.DKN.M I),
PHYSICIAN 4b SURQEQH
('. Y. TOWKK, .Af. I). "
Mr. Jensen of Gardner has been up
iO Siuslaw to put the Emerson Corvill
cannery in repair for tho season's bus
iness. Tho Duncan cannery at Siuslaw is
to be run during tho coining season
by It. I). Hume.
: y .v 1 irur co i, a a
lloseburg & Coos Bay
J. CI.OI.'UIC A Co., lroprlloni,
Stage trill Intro Qto City rrcry
nfteruoou (Sunday excepted) on the
arrival of the steamer Coos.
wishing to go to ltoohurg or any
other part of tho interior will make
connection with tho stage by going to
Coos City on any of tho Hay steamers,
I.EAV1NO COOS CITY TUB SAME HAY.
S&-THTS TS F0CXI) TO II K THE
CHEAPEST. HESTund QUICKEST
OF ALL ROUTES.
TIIKOI'aU in K DAY
making closo connection with tho
cars and ovesland stages atfltoKoburg.
All business entrusted to our care
wilt 1m. nttended to with liromntliess
re- cs pc m nnecosjofi Rcnnncn m aza,
Each pa$ttmjtr alloivtd .TOO. obagijitgr,
Telegraph olllcc, Kmpiru City.
Citation to Heirs.
IS the Coimv Court fur Ciw County
Oregon, 111 I'rulttir.
In tho matter of tho estate of '.. T.
To J. II. Lewi, Evermoah Lewis,
Willoby Lewis, C. H. Lewis, Mary It.
Lewis and Mnrv H. Shimn-, heirs ef1
said estate, and all parties Interested ,
therein: In the name of the State of j
Oregon, you are hereby cited to apjioar 1
in the iiliovo entitled Court on Monda '
Kentemher 1st, 1.H70, to show cause
u any tnero
not lo made
N W 1-t and
.'ttT.i!7S.of It. lit . lo snli-fy the
debts ot said o-tate, according to lliei
petition on file in said Court. )
uivcn under my lutitii ami oiiieini
Jjcal this 171 It day of July, 1S"1.
A mux. SrAfff,
HAVING LEA.SKDTIIK DAWSON
btaeksmlth shop, in Marslitlrld, I
1 m moparcu to 00
S-jV-A living share of patronnga I
B00T& SHOE MAKER
W. 0. ANUKMf.
PHYSICIAN ami SIIRccnu
volume ruy, op,,,
H. If. IIAXAHH. J. V. IIaNUIvi,
II AZ A 111) A HAMHro.V,
AnORWYS& COUNSELLORS ATLU
Will practice In tho vhHoik tw,
Ol fll'K AT KMI'IIIK CI1 Y, t)os
cr. dm:. sxc3-li7
ATTOHXKV lOl'ASELLOR ATUl!
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT U
NOTARY 1TRLIC C0.WE1 AXTH !
KNIMIIK (ITV, 0(15.
Colliriiiins nnd nlhrr lii.lnr nt i
In my hands, IU trvvhe pnnnpt i.
. ,V. Mlnrntl unit V, H, citi
CtNIMU.H t. ITV, tWl.S1,
In nuv n.ut nt Iho iiumtv
t iVrfiHt nHi ll stinc)rl lsnU,rV
iiiiiinu soon iiujh-c
MSASS qtj-0 "K SEWING MACHINES!
X E 1-1 of N W 1-1 of hVe.i In a thorough manner and u -- '" iiiriwimi.w,
I'ioiu'iir Market. iw-lf
I.V KUOST OK THK CKNTKAI. IIOTIIt-
If you want an easy shave,
As good as harbor ever gave,
Jiut call on mo at my saloon,
From morn 'till night or busy noon ;
My razors' sharp, my scissors, keen,
Jf y shop is neat and towels clean ;
And thero I think that you will find
Each article to suit tho mind ;
I trim tho hair with skill for gents,
Of courso tho price Is fifty cent ;
Shampooing, too, I do that well,
Give me a trial, that will tell ;
So help me gracious if I mako you hoi-
TilK Stuttitnan aysr Pr. W. II.
Iloyul has a family bible which lacks
but three years of being three hun
dred years old. It was printed in
l.oiidoii, and at the time of lU publi
cation must have been a marvel of
fine book work. Even now, although
the leaves are yellow and worn, and
the orthography and tyjiogrnphy are
of a quaint' nnd curious style, now ob
solete, it may I easily read. It is
highly prized by the doctor us n fam
Hv .commander of the Cheyenne,
in London, an Arctic committee has
been orgunuod for the projected ex
ilition for tho discovery of tho uoith
iMde. The exjcdition will, m all
probability, leave England in the
Hpring of 18S0, and will co-operate
with tho! H?nt out by tiwedcu. Jlol-
laud, America, Ausirm niwi'DHiimin.
v ' A shh canal across tho ivtiliisu1a
of Florida is proJecUnl anil a survey is
now being initdo of tho loute. It w
' projK6cd to connect the waters of the
Kt. Johns and Suwaueo rivers, which
It is id will require a cauul only
miles In length.
HoMr.soTtudaFhas lately been elrun-
v VJated affecting the character of Uev.j
5-lJ'. llliu-- Tho "fdt imiieach-l
- jHWtt" I emphatically dtfiiietl by Mr.
Tkack on the Utah "d -Sorthern
roail i now laid to Camas, Idaho, 2-W
miles from Odgen and 3rt miles north
of the operating terminus t fcaelc,
Itock. Grading is completed for 17
:!.... n,..Mi nt Cnniiin mill tho COni'
unnv exoecU Ui have earn rtiniiing.
next Fall to a point at least 300 miles
from Odgen, and all this within two
The Siberian plague has mfieht
anncarnnce among animals In thc nis
$c?f Kova IxHlga. JfPc
at St. Petersburg and prefect district
have adopted rigid measures to pre
vent thc spreading of the disorder.
1'kivcc AI.BXAXWKK, of Hulffarfa,
has tlcgrapheI the iorto that lurk
sh troops linvo ylolalw! Hulrian
crritory near Dubrilza and Jlwln.
Tim Ilazouks arc pillaging and assass
inating. The princo demands their
Waho thTwest side contractor who
was roiMirted as having absconded,
has sent distmtch In which ho
itaU'hat ho will able to meet all
a -...I noiiiint liim. and that lie
...mi ...... ..v.,.ri' i-mit ho owes, at
rli..duto. IIe- now at
A RL Iou' mn recently died. In
his will he aald he never emild, forget
a favor and left lWO to t l.e Jnw who
ten years ago ran airay with hU wile.
thmwing up n half dollar and catch-1 y0 ncc(j not pay a quarter of a dollar,
ingitinhis mouth, wlicn it went. J. W. uox.t'ropr.
down his throat. Ho died from its
Ik Sew Vork city there is a society
or company organized to furnish tem
porary escort for ladies, to places of
amusement. Thc escorts are furnish
ed on application, and the institution
is said to be well patronized.
Tub girl, Clara Ncwsomc, alias
Smith, who circulated counterfeit ?:.',
m nieces in Salenwind other towns of
the interior, has been sentenced by
Judgo Deady to a lino of 1(X) and im
prisonment for one day.
Tiik case of the United States vs W.
C. Oris wold, has becii again decided
by a jury giving a verdict of f,280 in
favor of the plaintifT. A judgement
for tho samo amount was set aside for
irjegularilies, and a now trial was or
dered, with this result.
Tiik bark Oem of the Ocean went
ashore in a dense fog Friday of last
week, on tho coast of Vancouver Is
land. Hho had just taken a cargo of
im-tons of coal at Seattle, and was on
her passage to San Francisco when
she met with her iiiisfortiino. Sho is
in an exposed situation and will mob
ably go to j.icces: thc -all rig
giug may bo saved.
A i.atk dispatch antiouiices that a
confidential 'u''1 ot C,r,ftl.lt "If rfci)l"
vod recently a most positive declara
tion from tho general that ho will not
permit his name to bo used for the
presidency. It is believed he would
accent the Knlih Mission, as In jio -ingM.lio
need .not give up certain
plans of his own which he has been
P. S. Hot and cold buths always ready.
t'ltatloH to Heirs.
JS the the County Court or C'ovi
County Oregon, in Probate.
In tho matter of the Estate of E.
To Angelino Johnson, and nil par
ties Interested In said Estate : In the
name of the State of Oregon, you are
hereby cited to npear in the above
entitled Court on Monday, the 1st day
of September, 1870, to show cause, if
any there Ikj, why an order for the
sale of thc real estate of said estate,
described us the N XA of the V, E H of
Sec. i!7, T.27 S. of lit V., should not bo
made, to satisfy tho debts of said
estate, according to tho petition on file
in said Court.
ftlven under my hand and Ofilcial
Seal this 17th day of July, 1870.
IS IIEItEUY fJIVEN
tho last Monday in Alt-
11 . ,... l,n Or.ll, tliiv 111
Clerk of said County, nnd publicly
examine tho asserJiicnt rolls, and cor
rcot all errors In valuations, descr p
tions of hinds, lots or other property.
All persons interested aro hereby
notified to attend.
"tl-tliUSl.dii;o- July, 180.
John Lam, Assessor.
N t) T I C K .
V. S. IiiOrricr:.
Itusebiirg, C(:n. July II), IS7
Coiujiluliit Imviuk' Ihvh mndu at this
ollko byJiuui's Cntrliliiu',sltKt Samuel
iiycr, lor aitaminnini; ni iioimmieaiU'iitrj 1
No. "! IH.ilntnl Febnurr 1Mb. IS", iiihhi
thc N. W. 4 of H. K. t4 A 8 Iv of 8 I! .
t4't!ec.,W.,Townhp,Jfl8iiili, of Itnimv ;
'J West, In Cssninity, Oriijnii, uitha'
1 lew to thccam'rttatinii of snld entry
the said parties arc hereby sitmiiioiird to
ninvcar nt this UHU-w on the ftth day of 1
jH'jncmiHir, ittiv, ni io a. v., 10 nssinii
nnd furnish titiinony coiaoriiliiK snld
W, F. IIks'Jawis, Ih'Kitr.
,M) J, C. FcutKBTiK, Iteveiver.
hotFce qf jfihal proof. ""
ItosKiit'iKi, Aug. Ith. 1871 (
TOTICE JH IIEUEIIV CIIVE.V
tlint tlie (olloiMiig iinnioH i-ottlcr
lm nieil notice oi 111s luieulluu to
make final proof in uiorl of his
claim, mid secure final entry thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from
the date of thW notice, vht IM04
WiKKlrutr, iiro-oiiiption declaratory
statement No. .T-MIJ, for tho H of NE
M sec. 8, and St of NW', sec. 0, T.'Wi
south range M west, nml nnities the
following as his witiioei, viz : Asa
Carman, of Curry Co. Or., and Win.
Tichenor, of Curry Co , Or.
Wit. F. Hknjami.v,
All jwrsons indebted to the under
signed on account of over (W days
Htnnding aro rcqiiwto I to call nnd
HCttlutho Kiiine without dolnv.
W. O. WEllS'fElt.
O. Webster, administrator of the
estate of T. I). Winchester having
filed his final account for said estate,
it Is ordered that Monday, tho 1st day
of September, 1870, bo set for tho
hearing of any objections to the same
nml for (ho settlement of snld estate,
J. II. NOHI.KII.
Having lately bought tho stock of
drugs horotoforo belonging to l)r
Harry Lnno, I inn now propnred to
carefully compound mid put up
physician's prescriptions. Tho pat
ronage of those having ttruscriiitioiis
to bo filled, is respectfully solicited.
LOUlH K. AfUNUOB.
(t. Wobstor, administrator of the
Estate of Hen Smith, having filed hi
final account for the settlement of
said estate, it is ordered that Monday,
tho 1st day of Hcplcinhor, 1870, Im Mt
for tho hearing of any objections to
tho same, mid for tho final settlement
of said estate,
Mi-h.E.M. iMi'Ulmvt J'rojirlctrvuM
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GOOD OEDS AND GOOD 00AR0.
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F. E. WIXCHKMTKK,
MAiisiirii:i.ii a Exniti: City.
II. 1. WHITNEY, I'lioiWCTOM.
A grnsl supply of
III.I.F, I'OHK, MIV1T0N,
and nil kinds of
SALT MEATS and VEGETABLES
coimtantly ou limnl AIo a
gnoil slmk of
Cheapest it Best !
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