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THE COAST MAIL.
oyrrctjjQKQAK or coos co.
rW f Kefac
HncQ the visit of Iho Boanl of Km
gtnetra to tho different point on'thc
coat, to irolect a alto for the propos
ed Harbor of Hcfucr. Una lvm .
opinion of many, who believe tlicto
no necciwjty for the work, that the
ewfllneera "will ilcclaro officially"
Omt Bch a port on the Northwwt
coaai is unnecessary, and would only
ho a usofats expenditure of money
on the part of the government. As
H CAme down to a question of true
natural superiority, the majority of
wo claimants to this improvement,
being unable to stand the test, havo
no by one dropped out of the con
test, and the decision, saya General
Lane, has narrowed itself down to
the selection of cither Coos Bay or
Hon. J. H. Mitotan has written a
communication totho Portland Bee,
in which he nays the Board has no
no jurisdiction In the matter, and
consequently cannot report the con
congress after n thorough investi
gation of all the ovidenco, consisting
fdivcr reports of different engin
eers of surveys made at different
points, numerous memorials of our
LfMkture running through a num
ber of years, petitions from thous
ands of our people, memorials of
boards of trade, chambers of com
merce ctx, etc., determined by sol
emn jwt, to which tlie Executive
gave his assent, that the interests of
commerce required the construction
of a breakwater and harbor of refuge
at some point on our oast between
the straits of Fuca and San Francis
co, and appropriated $150,000 with
which to commence the work, leav
ing but one question to be determ
ined by the Board of Engineers, to
wit: tho selection of the proper
point, the interests of commerce gen
eral and local being considered, at
which it should be located.
IfT, therefore, the Board are able to
wake a selection, whether that be
Coos Bay, Port Orford, Foulweather
Tillamook, or the mouth of the Co
lambift, it seems, to. me that thohc
interested more directly in other lo
calities woefcl ot be acting consit-
SUte by sayme; r tfetng anything
that would tend to defeat the whole
enterBose. one that will cause rail-
lioas of dollars to be expended on
our borders withitf the next few
years, for the simple reason that in
their judgment the location should
have been different.
Should the Board be unable to
agree, as suggested by general Lane,
then Congress may remove the diffi
culty by making the selection itself,
aided by such light as the reports
of the Board of Engineers niav
fta rOtel'cfew JFertratXcmtfcU.
Satisfactory evidence, has Won 'fur
nlshcd as to how the yellow fcVer
,,0WMW"1 relatives bv
r ,&P ,M.1 y?rtr' Th household
H" o cflKMs of these
&? TV1'1 n? i MMMs corrcs
IwnUentof one of the Eastern papers
stales, nmoiiR these cfTccU wa a
ST, S c,.lU,V '" hMlnK that
i ., "" lv "ifuiseaaed relative
i. r :- --v.- r"v.v " uihhk-
ZrJS l". '"""". ,H, These arti-
wlil.V i If CK?l wy in boxes.
2wl!8 r5KI.MntU warm
feather came, when they were taken
irora ine boxes nnd exposal to tho
sun. As a consequence, tho (course
was let loose, and it is no simi
?i?il i".V.i,l,c,,lu J""! f bo
iu ll.ilhonil8'lnw Infected
localities, cither to bum or boil cloth
n$ which has been used bv persons
dyinjr from tho fever, nnd hero it U
seen lobe a dangerous thine to depart
iroin eo judicious u precaution.
Vk learn through, the Stamlant
of the death of an old and respected
actor Mr. Frank M Hates, for a lone
time manager of the Oro Fino theater
in Portland. A letter from hi wife
to a lady friend in that city states
that he was murdered nnd Robbed on
theSGth of Jnno. on Dm )..-...
w.nwii .'iviivuni nn Biuncv, Alls
XHlllu ins (HM1V -Til
ditch by tho side of tho
wun oioou tearfully battered nnd
dufiguml. Mrs. nates was in n dis
tant city at tho time, and arrived on
ly a few moments before tho burial
A performance was given a few davs
after, for the benefit of the widow and
children, at the Theater ltoyal nt
which the leading actors of tho vari
ous theaters took part ; H250 was re
alixcd,and another benefit is anuonn
ced to be soon.
U i ,J1V i,llx,i ,hnl,8tM 1ms touch-
iliS" h I" n,c?!,I ,ronx M, lcniton.
iary, M turneil into gold. Uavlns
I rison ienUcss, he i imw, if no" n
luillionaire, a very wealthy man,
and one who, with all his worldly
Jith the curse of Cain iimn his brow,
and go down to the grave the deplor
al o wreck, tHith in body and nlind.
tteyonil a doubt.
Reliable, information from Tnmpieo
to Aug. 1st says ; Wo have a yellow
fever epidemic worse than New Or-
.u-. msi year, l'eople die like tile-.
IJuarant no t Ilagdad against Tampi
co is still elllcieut, .AltHlicnl Inspect
or Somerset Itoblnson, of tho navv,
nnd Mr. Daniel M. Nurse--., soveral
years resident of Havana, will perform
the. duties of inspectors tho former
t Mntanias, the fnttor at Havana.
OIndstone. siwakins at the oiwuins
pt the art exhibition at Chester, Euj
"'i ei "in wmm America learned
iu rusj enurciy to her own splomlid
niuurai resources, tho great genius of
nyr pcopia nnu mo marvelous protl
cicncy in adaptation of labor-savinu
appliances, in which sho was at tho
, . ..' thc wrKI' ,,,B wou'd ho a for
midablo comiK'titor with Knulish
...0x "u1!1 js,. "n named
m. Medcnliofer, suicideil at l'omc
roy. His conduct led to tho belief
that he vtm suffering from temporary
.......uitj i-uiuni oy sunstroKo. Sit
i fm!!lCJt tS"? on ,ho 8tc,!' oiih "wring mills
o ro" rovciSd Wr n,A.U ,Hckct "" cceed.
Tub Halifax Chronicle says : Capt.
Logaa, of the schooner Katie K. Sin
art, which arrived Saturday, reports
that when .off Whitehead ho saw a
whale about fifty feet Iour coming
toward thc vessel. Ho threw a billet
of wood at the monster, which seem
ed to enrage it, and it dived under
the vessel and csmo up alongside,
blowing water on tho deck. It was
struck by several tmissilt but did
not seem afraid. Then bilge water
was pumped overboard, this drove it
off for a lew minute, but it came
iwck anu was evidently about to
strike the vessel, when it was struck
close to the blow-hole by a large lump
of coal. This seemed to take the
courage out of the whale, ami it swam
off in the direction from which it had
gus and wind nino cuusiiiL' ixlnmit
jk. Jsomvie Jieca.
A late telegram from England says
In consequence of a storm, traffic is
sttspended on the railway between
Chester and Holvhead. The iaduot
at Lland Dulas, Wales, has been wash
ed away, and also some of tho bridges.
Several sewers were burst by f reshHs
on the lines of Liverpool railways.
Birkenhead is Hooded. There has
been thirty hours of continuous raia
at Chester. In Derbyshire, Trent and
Derweat, the river overflowed, and all
lowlying lands are flooded. Wheat is
gradually rotting, and any crops left
standing are not worth the cutting.
Thc rain at Sheffield was so violent as
to wash away thc foundation of five
house in course of construction.
E. W. Andrews, confined in prison
at San Quentin, on thc 7th instant
was brutally murdered by a fellow
prisoner, named John Maguirc.
There were 37 other convicts in the
cell which they occupied, and at the
time of the murder Andrews was scat
upon a low bureau chatting with an
old convict by the iuuuo of Brownlce.
Andrews, it is said, had made some re
marks derogatory to the Irish Catho
lics. Maeuire, without warning rush
ed upon him with a knife and cut his
throat irom ear to ear, nearly sever
ing thc head from the body.
Tho negro accused of an assault on
tho icrsons of Ida Dunn and Cora
Hcstlcp, is discharged. Tho examin
ation reveals some startling develop
ments. The testimony of physicians,
is that rapo was attempted on Ida
Dunn a fact heretofore denied. The
affair is still veiled in mystery.
Thk grading nnd bridging for the
West Side extension, is so fnr ndvaitc.
cd that tho entire route could bo pre
pared for thn rails in two weeks,
work has boMt suspended for some
time, but commenced again yesfcerdav
on tho Luckiamutc bridge." People
along the lino arc anxiously awnitmg
the arrival of the rails, expecting to
ship this years w heat by the road.
Ax exchange states that recently
largo volumes of xmoko were seen is
suing from Mt- Hood, perhaps it is
not known to people goucrallv, but
unoke arises from this mountain con
stantly. In 1S71 wo visited tho sum
mit nnd at that time steam and smoke
with a pcrccptnblo sulphuris odor
was being emitted.
TmiiTY-Forn new cases of yellow
fever rcortcd at Memphi, for Aug.
11th. Oreat destitution prevails, and
there appear to be no thought now
of stamping out the fever, nnd thc on
ly alternative is 10 await tlie coming
ol Irost. rully tliirty thousand havo
left the city.
A.n unknown inccmliarv. at a late
hour of the evening of thc 12th inst.,
set lire to .Mr. (.'miners butcher shop
at Itoschurg. Luckily the firo was
discovered before it had made much
headway, and was extinguished by
tho prompt exertions of tlie citizens.
Tun Albany IlrgUter, learns that
the youngest sons of Asa Peterson
and Abe Erwin, of Lebanon, were
thrown from a horse, young Peterson
receiving injuries from uhich it is
feared he will not recover.
A telegram from Para, Drazil, dated
21st of July, states that 14.0W distress
ed inhabitants revolted in consequence
of the stoppage of relief supplies.
There was much alarm in Para, and
it was feared thc town might be sack
ed. Thc militia has been called out.
Rosolmrg & Coos Bay
.! CLOIu'ClH t, ., roprltom.
mi?irrf trfffrftt'Om City etrr
afternoon (Sunday excepted) on the
arrival of the steamer I'oos.
, , , VASSKXU KliS
wishing to go to Ihftchurg or any
other iart of tho interior will make
connection with tho stage by going to
I oos City on any of the Hay steamers,
LKAV1NU COOS OITVTIIK S.VMK DAY.
werrms r.sr yovxn to hk thk
ClIKAPKST. IWSTumt Ql'lVKKST
OF ALL ItOUTKS.
xiiKoircm in oxv. way
making close connection with tho
ears and overland stnees ntfltoscburg
ah ousincss entrusted to our enro
will bo attended to with promptness
FARE TO ROSEWJuG REDUCED TO
U.NiTKD Htatm Lash 0mn:,J
UosKiintu.Jttlv 1 1, 1K"1. S
K0TICK Is hereby given that the
following named settlor hits filed
notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and
secure final entry thnreof at the expi
ration ol thirty ilnxs from the iloto of
this notice, vis: Homestead entry
number three thouxnml two hundred
and forty-seven, (itl7).ot Frederick
W. Colcbrook, for the V of SV 4
See LV, and lots il nnd I See 80, 111 H It,
1-1 W, nnd names the following us his
wituosics.vii : M ltlloy.of Klleusliiirg,
Curry County, Oickoii, and Dennis
Cuuntir, of Kllensbtirg, Curry Comity,
WM. V. IllhVJAMIN,
A'rtcA iscn)tr oWoy(:t0t1. oflt(V)cnir,
Telegraph otlice, Gmpirp City.
VOX'S MAKHIIK HHOt,
IS I'KONT OK TIIK CKNTRAt. UOTEt
If you want an easy shave,
As good ns barber e or gave,
Just call on mo at my saloon,
From morn 'till night or busy noon ,
My razors' sharp, mj scissors keen,
My shop is neat and towels clean ;
And there I think that you will find
Kaeh article to suit the mind ;
I trim the hair with-skill for gouts,
Of course the price is fif lv cents ;
Shampooing, too, I do tliat well,
(Vive me trial, that v ill tell ;
So help me gracious if 1 mako yo
ou need not pay a quarter of a dollar.
P.S. Hot and cold baths always ready.
Tfofl r.Irtdfinv la from the Portland
&e; Mr.Kobbinsnd L. L. Cole were Tlio usual suicide is by a man named
going to the farm of P. Kelly with a Thomas Logah, who was recently
ioadofawjll, where Messrs. Bobbins &; pardoned out of the peniu-nttary.
Kelly are engaged in partnership in J The deed was done at Ja. Tipton's
raising hogs. When a short distance logging camp on the north Umpqua,
fro East Portland, one of thc horses, at three o'clock on thc morning of the
which was eo lamo hu could hardly 1 13th, the deceased arising from his
walk,lefalone pulling hisone half the I bed in a room shared by Joseph Heed,
load, baulked and refused to pull. He J and shooting himself through the
was beaten; with a club by either or head -with a rifle. This is said to be
Wife Holn and Uobbina in a .hnmeful ' the fourth attempt to take his own
tnaaner. but the poor brute refused to
move on. A piece ol bale rope was
tied around his tongue, and a loop
Ilea ia the other end.aad upon which
one of tho men pulled with all bis
strength, until the rope cut off about
itinta Inihfc of tlia tonsrut- The
horse, with the blood streaming fro mi
his mouth, was then cpmpclled to
jwll the load to iu destination. Yes
terday Mr. Collins went to the scene
tmi found tlie piece of bale rope cov
ered with blood, and the piece of
fofigae which had ben torn off, lying
by the roadside. To be certain that
the tongue had been torn from the
horse, they went out to Kelly's place,
aad after a long search found the
hWieawt ia- the pasture, his mouth
ana lacerated tongue so swollen he
comM aot eat. Jf e would nibble off
the grass aad then would fel it urea
ont nt hk motith covered with blood,
his league being too sore and swollen
to swallow. Collins brought the
toagwe and rope to this oHiee this
Moraing, giving us tho above details,
alter whkh be took them to the pros
ecuting attorney, declaring his inten
tion to prpsoctite Bobbins and Cole for
their inkuaiau treatment. Dccauso a
man may own a horse, it is no reason
why he should treat him in such an
ia-human mamicr, and lor such con
duct the law provides a punishment
life within thc past few years.
Ieares a wife in Portland.
J L. Williams, formerly county
ekwkof Douglas county, Ueiijcsen toto
the accusation of running off with tho
wife of Mr. Daniels. He says he "has
Hejr yet seen the woman he would
nmaway with, nor the woman who
wouWrua away with him. Although
it was not tho intention of Mr. il
Kiuhs to return to Oregon before tak
In MP through the Yellowstone
cwsatry, he now fools it due to his
u.v friends that the slander should
I sheared up, and will at once return.
Ax eWm named Herkioe wns
klWedaearXonrocbyhis aui run-
A German named Wcingartnqr, an
ty, niMJHJJJieu IU kill ilia mm ii
commit suicide. He made a pretense
of preparation to shave himself, called
ins wile to tlie room anu seizing ner,
cut her throat from car to car with
the razor and gashed her body and
limbs in a frightful manner. Tho
children alarmed thc neighbors, who
arrived and found that the walls and
coaling of the room were spattered
with blood, and Weingartuer and
wife were lying insensible, neither yet
dead. Both may possibly survive.
A Mas. DoLAJf, who keeps boarding
house at the car shops at East Port
land urhllfi returning from the city
on tho morning of thc 14th after bar"-,
ing collected some monoy, was iouow
ed and overtaken by two mon, who
demanded tho money, threatening
to murder her if sho gave any alarm.
Ilecciring the contents of her purse
which amounted to thirty dollars, tho
rascals succeeded in miking good
their escape before the lady who was
badly frightened could reach the ear
shops and relate tho facts of tho rob
bery to the folks there.
Gov. ThaYek, denies having par
doned Robt. S. Giblwns the murderer
of policeman Schoppe,out of the pen
itentiary, whither he was sentenced
T. P. Hyde, residing near Murphy,
Josephine county, raised rye this sea
son tliat measured nine leet six Indi
es in height. Ife had pea incs also
which measured nine feet.
Scandal is busy with the names of
Senator Conklin and Mrs. Kato Spra
gue daughter of the lato Chief Justice
Chase, and wife of CJC-senntor Sprague
of Ithode Island.
A Maiiuiack took place lately at
Grant's Pa-M, tho contracting parties
were aged respectively, 70 ami 10,-a
union of winter and spring.
Tub recent storm in Denmark de
stroyed over 100 farm houses, killed 50
people, and did incalculable damage
Late disnntcliH announce tho raging
of a terrible storm along the Atlantic
coast, spreading devastation overy
where in its track.
Mrs. X. Warmouth, of f falsey, who
was in delicate health, wa found dead
in hor bed Intoly when called to her
Calvijc D. McDonald, the lecturer
and Oregon's friend is seriously ill at
Citation to Heirs.
IX the the County Court jar Coos
i onnry uretjon, m jroixtie.
In the matter of the Estate of K.
m To Angeline Jnhnon, and all par
tics interested in said Estate : In the
name of tho State of Oregon, you are
hereby cited to appear in the above
entitled Court on Monday, tho 1st day
of September, lbTJ, to show cause, if
any there 1h, why an onler for the
sale of the real estate of said estate,
described as the X ', of the N K H of
Sec. 27, T.27 S. of 13 W., should not be
made, to sntisfy thu debts of said
estate, according to the jetition ou tile
in said Court.
Given under mv hand and Official
Seal this 17th day of July, 1875).
A Ik. Stat it,
yrOTICE IS HEUKBY GIVEN
i that on tho last Monday iu Au
gust, 1875), to-wit: on tho 23th day of
August, 1970, the hoard of Equalixa
tion of Coos County, State of Oregon,
will attend at the office of tho County
Clcrfc of said County, and publicly
examine the assessment rolls, and cor
rect all errors in valuations, descrip
tion of lands, lots or other procrty.
All jwrsons interested are hereby
notified to attend.
Dated this 23d day of July, 1870.
John Lank, Assessor.
In tho Circuit Court of Iho Stale of Or-
cgon, fur the county of Cw.
S. H Mnnn, In his own rlltt, nnd ns Ad
ministrator ol the irtiternhii estate of
S. S, Mniuiuml Patrick Flanagan, sur
vlxitiK partners, and Janies Plana
Kan deceased wrtuers, under the firtu
name of Flanagan A .Mann,
Patrick Flanagan in person, and as Ad
ministrator of thcestnlnid J ninen Flan
agan. Ann Flanagan, John Flanagan
and 0. W. Tow er.
Suit In equity forsottlcuicnlnnd partition
of partncrxlilp proiiorty.
To Ann Flanagan, one of mU defend
ants: In the lmino of the Stale of Oregon--You
are hereby summoned and required
to oppear nnd nmwer tho bill of com
plaint of the pluintiil' ou Hie against un
in thealKiMi eutithtl Cort and cause, on
or before tho first day ol the net regular
Term of said Court, after the publication
of thin summons, to-wlt: Tlie LM Men.
ilay, tlio Mh day of September, A. l.
IS1), And you will take notice Hint. It
you fall toniqearund uimwcr tho afore
said complaint, the plniutlir will apply
to the Court for the relief therein de
manded. This siimmoiiH Is pchllxlicd bv order
of Hon. J. F. WatMiu, Judge of niUI
Court, bearug date July i', 187U.
It. H. SritVIIAN,
and O. Veiht.m,
Attys. for l'lnlntlir.
f. G. "WEBSTEB,
v lOOOTS &.
THAVK I.ATKl.Y ltKTyil.N'KD
J from Him FriinoUen with a coin
pleto slock ol ouny thing iu my lino,
ready made boots nnd shoes, ele,
BEST MATERIAL ONLY USED,
CnSSTAMIV OV HANK
JAlfivxsivi d' trofrofs,
t'tmlr ! I. on nor,
Vrllm d1 ('null,
llliWIMItll'it lt, ,. i II ilVifl ! '
ri J I III n, I u .H.n, ,iun I.IM Mid, I .i... .i..,.,
TAIII.ISi JIIKKUKh iC.
'oti nt I nit-room l'tirnllure
Mitili to Order.
COITIXS made at shortcut notice
Ami UMrNrw, Nimum Ac.
hltf I'ium uiirroii.
PHYSICIAN AMD SUNEON,
Km pi in: 0irv,0iu:(ioM,
0. II. (!0iiDl'.V,M.I.
PHYSICIAN k SURGEON
W. V. ANOKIoM. I).
PHYSICIAN ami SURSEON,
Viiqutth aty, Ojh
H II llAXAMtl, J W. iUMUro,
ilAZAItl) A- HAMIIroN,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
in piurttce in (he VMrlotii courts
omcK at ituriae ctrv, Oox.
Cltatluu to Ilclrs.
IX the County Court for Coos County
Omjon, in I'rolutr.
In tho matterof the estate of Z. T.
Lewis, lit ceased.
To J. H. Linvi, nvertnoah Lewis,
Willoby UkC. II LewU. M:,rv If
Inis and .Mary S. Yimous, heirs of
said oitate, and all iiartics interested
therein- Iu tho name of the State of
Oregon, you are hereby citeil toapMar
in the alnive entitled Court ou Moudav
Heptumber lt, 1S7D, to show cause,
if nuy there Ih, why an order shuiild
not Ih.mihkI( fort lie siiletif the X i, of
N V l-l and S B I -I of X Y 1-t of e.
31T.L7S.of It. la W., to satisfy the
debts of saiil ettate, according to Ihe
petition ou tile iu said Court.
Given ti"dor my hand ami ollkial
Scalthls 17h day of July, 1875).
i t: x xi s .u e "c o it a a
ATTORXKVvV IMKWSKLLOR AT LAW
AVIXO LKASitDTlIB 1)AWM)X
blacLsmith shop, in .Marhfiold, I
am prepareu to uo
UKNKKAh ULACKSM ITU INI!
jyV.V livinjc share of patronngo I
B00T& SHOE MAKER
M vicitni 1 1, Ouv
iu a thorough iiinnncr and ui
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
XOTARY 1TIILIC & C0WE1 AXCEI,
KMPIhT t'lTY, '.
Colhrtious and otlr liiuttif pUs4
In my lutmU, villi irvniw niiupt tuu
)l'' tl 5 (
Y. l WJUCJIIT,
(; .V. Mlnertit ami C. .V. Jsptity
t'ogfit.t.1: Ctiv, Ou.v.
Will attend III theblUlnivutiifsiirTarhit;
i In any jsiit f iIh nnint;
, Perieit imtpMtl nil nrM'i Uiuls, fur.
iillnilal slnft iHMlee
SrHhopon Front Street
Cheapest k Jtteni !
I'anti Cor Hale.
E OFFKIt FOK HALE, VERY
cheap, our farm containing 80
acres, situated on Daniels creek, 3'..
miles from thc north and south forks ,
of Coos river; Macros bottom land in
cultivation. It has a small orchard
nf 70 two year-old apple trees, and a
small fruit eardeii containing 100
gooseberries; .'500 red cherry and
whito Krapc currents; 250 blackber
ries and 250 raspberries, most all in
learinj;. Also a strawberry patch of
3,000 plants of the finest sorts, It is
all under good fence, and in a high
state-of cultivation ; pleasantly situa
ted in a good ueiKliboruo'Mi witnin-iou
varu-iof n school house,
One-half cash down
1'. 8. laNii Oriicir.
Kosobun;, Oku. July 11), I.N7D
Complaint havini; lnun mmtn at tlii.
oflicvhyJnmcit Catching i.'Jint Saiuuel j
Dyer, for abandoning his hommtead entry '
No.L'IM.diited Fehmao IHtli. lh'A.iusm '
tho X. W. h of H. K. i4AS i: .,( .4
i Sec .T.'.TuwnshlpM South, of ltnue!
I-' West, in Cow county, Orepai, itli a '
view to the cancellation of nxnl enlrj I
the said parlies nre herehv Mummmcd'to
iiear at this Ollice on the f,th day of
Heptember, 1H7D. at 10 a. m., to resjsuiil !
mm iuriiisu lesiunony coucurnuiK sal
W. F. Hr.nj uts, Ite-Uter.
.TO J. C. Ftl.u:irro", Itceeivcr.
NOTICE OF jFINAL PROOF.
V. 8. Land Omr;,)
RoHiiiiuuo, Aiik tth, l7t). (
TyjOTICK IH IIKKEIIY OIVEX
il " me kiiiuwiiik uamcii settlor
A liberal discount will bo given for all
cash. For full particulars eumiirunn
tho farm oraddres box 4, Marshficld,
Or. Heaven A IiiVi.ne.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
U. 8. La.nd OrKicfc, )
Itosruu'ito, Or.. Auk'. 0,1870. J
TVTOTICE 18 HEUEIIY OIVE.V
l that tho following named settler
has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his
claim, and secure final entry thereof
at tho expiration of thirty days from
tlio uato ol tins nonce, viz : .-wary j.
ua uieu notice O Ins litem on t
TcrmatlJUiO. mako final nroof iu sunoort of l.i.
balanco secured, 'claim, ami secure final entry thereof
at tlio expiration of thirty days from
Urn dttto of this notice, viz : Delos
"A'oodriiir, pre-emption declaratory
statement Xo. 3-2U3, for tho "i of XK
4 sec. 8, ami H8 of NWi4 hoc. 0, TJW
soiuii raiije n west, unit names tho
followiiiffas his witnesses, ir.: Asa
Carman, of Curry Co. Or., and Win.
Tichonor, of Curry Co , Or.
Wm. F. IIi:.vjami.v,
33 eo p :n. o cL.
rnniH iioiv-T'hah iif.bx he-
I, opeutMl throuKhout.
GOOD BEDS AND GOOD BOARD.
Ao Clll X IIS r.CiHWS rn,Vly,-tt.
P. K. WIXCIIKHTER,
O. Webster, administrator of the
estate of T. I). Winchester having
s final account for said cstatti.
Mr Charles Applej;ato, a pioneer of
18-13, died on tlie tun msi., agcu i.
Ho left his beautiful ho;no and peace
fully passed over tho dark river to the
other side. By his death his many
friends and neighbors will Joso the
friendship of a good and generous
man, for lie passed away loved and
regretted by all who knew him. Ife
was elder brother of Jesse and Liud
Thk fialem Town Talk, says several
fa-innr.! nil HdlTcIl PruiriO UTO COUI-
lielled to hire Chihameii In their har
vest fields, owing to tho scarcity of
B. F. Hos,W. It. fiiMi'soif a J). HoM-ixn
and provisions of all kinds
Mld at the lowest
nKLIVKHHDuiiny point desired
LOGO I NO CAMP8
ev. homestead application No.3231 , tiled hit
for the W4 of HSVH ''. l NK . it is ordered that .Monday, the lst-day
UoiBK'4 and lot 4 sec. 18,T.'H, H K of UoptomlHir, 1870, bo sot for tho
U west, and names the following as
tier vrilnessris. viz: A. J. Edsoil. of
Curry Co. Ogn and Itobcrt Walker,
of Curry Co., Ojjn.
Wm. F. Bkxjamw,
32 4w Register.
Xetlce of FlHal Proof.
V. 8. Lash OrvtCB,
TtfiHEuunii. Or..AiiK 13, 1879A
OTIL'K 18 HEREBY GIVK.V
that the following named settlor
filed notice of his Intention to
iiciiriuK vi any oojecuons to ine same
and for the settlement of said estate.
J. If. Nosi.Eit.
MAtinri.ii4 Emi-iui. Cnw
H. I WIUT.VKY, I'lioi'iiiimni.
A good supply of
JII'.KF, PORK. MC'ITOX,
nnd nil kinds of
ooiistautly mi liuiiil. AImi a
good toek of
,M VB.ItrlKtl. flMUitl.K ,
Till- liftilillllloo now ir.irU the b-t
fjclllllcs for tiliiititleu lo Iw fuuml hi ttm
Ccat tti-v'loti of Houtlierit OriKm Tlir
Acntlriii) erailii.-itrd Into line ili.rl
! incuts n. folluw s .
The frimttry rorrmrni
In v. hli It IntnsliKtory Itraiuhcs am
I' Tlir Junior DeiKirtmrnf.
HmhriM lug (htlnvraphy, RxAilInf;,
U'rithur. OiHinmsr, (.eora4iy, History,
. Pli)s4ovv, I aimllar SrieiM-e anil Men-
fltl tt.i.l IVvi. IIm.iI 1. 1.1 .1..
.... .... ... .-.. ...,,,,f',.v.
Tir .Seifor lrjHtrtmcnt
I'mhrofhtif lt'ik-kieui;'thii:lo and
datible rntr) )lt..jiy, ClieinUlry, IVIUP
cal Kniiinnir, Uttn, Klietoflc, lltchft
Arlthiiirllr, Al,ihra, Oromrtr), Ttli
IiilruHIii In Uils hramh l alveit
Houioran U-had for from (2 ki ft
lfjeek ih prhate families, and for
still less wIh-ii i,ra Rtudetlts dull to-Ktithi-r
mill Ixmrd thetiinlrr.
rrtmsry department - . ) ftrsi
SVVVUKl) 17' SHOUT
toriLn fliinl nrrKif ill SUPIiOrt Of
I claim, and secure final entry thereof
. at the expiration of thirty days from
tho dato of this notice, vw : Oeorgo
W. Majory, pro-emption declaratory
IIIU n IT .1 Ml
IlaviiiK Intoly houghl Uio nUxiUit(
(IrttgH heretoforo heloiiging to Dr.
Ifarr' Imiw, I am now prepared to
carefully compound mid put tin
his j physician'! iro8erijilioiiH. TJio jmt-
ronuge of thoso lutvliiK iireHcriiitioriH
to hu filled, in roHpcctfiilly floliciled.
Ctnknnlal World's Fair, 7070 f
Corner of "A"nii(l Front Street,
p. i .
i'av iiglrnMil and fixed up Iha 1hho
lio'imi , feel uarrniile In protnlsIii a
j-i urr ueal, amlpKHl Ixil. to the trasf-
lllrf "! lH'llUll(MII.
CALL AND SEE US.
T (I. OWEX,
C? i Htatemenl Ao. XAM. lor
NWJf bit IS, and Elf of NLK, and
XK of HFAi, sec. 14. T 31. 8 of It 13
west, and names the following as "is.
w itiiosses, viz . K. Win. Neil, of Coos
roti n ty, Oregon, anu jasper
hatis, of Coos county, Or.
31-1 w ltcgistr,
Xoliee of Final Proof.
jjWe keep nothing hut tho bostJ
and insure satisfaetiCu.
0. Webster, administrator of tlio
Estate of Ben Smith, having filed his
final account for tho settlement of
said estate, it is ordered that Monday,
the 1st day of rlcpteinbor, 187P, be et
for the hearing of any objections to
the same, and for tho final settlement
of said estate.
J. H. NOHLKtt.
County Judge, .
If, 8. LANiiOmci:,
TtoAKuimo. Or.. Aiil'. 0. 17!. f
OTiCK 18 HEREBY 01 VEX
that tho following named settler
ins lilcil notice ol his Intent on to
mako final proof in support of Iiih!
claim, and seizure final entry thereof,
at tho expiration of thirty (fays from
tho dato of this initio, vi . A. B, '
Camp, homextcad application No.
awe, for tho riWVi of NEK, X W'U of
RRii, VVM of NV, mill lot W,J. ,
T 26, 8 of R 11 west, mid miiiios the
following as his witnesses, U: 8. J,
Oathcart, of Cooa Co., Or., mid James
Richmond of Coos Co. Or,
I UK. (' II OOLDEX, Piiorit.
I lltlte X'tubm't'i Slurr.
H A V K (' 0 N N T a"7t I Y 0 X II A N I
AM. SOUTH F
.,LTuH; ,'1,"VE.5JHAr, co... flUtlllAi I A
MMrsMHiu,B7Kr.'A7.a."".! i.iirmii. ni
hV'B! W-w?f"'.'i '"n U " :VT . m
nuiiiottBX.r.rii:. " tascis, iuii sr
SaosooMCia vvinuovtu i m
a-P.'1" f ' SfMlUat U iiunM k.
m.'. .1 rsrrzrrrs'i
AWter ii Uuimootf, u
8, SIIOHIHGER ORGAN CO,,
T t 121 CHMTOT ITIlW,
Kw Utrss, 0o.
CIGARS am TOBACCO,
mid eviir thing iisuully kept in a
J'merliittoHf ( artfully Cw
1 t SEtoJrj