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OFFICIAL OROAN OF COOS CO.
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,i Crwccnt Clly Courier thlnlcci
llwt Coo Bay pcoplo havo almost
given up their hopo of having tho
harbor of rcfugo located hero: It
.... ..njuicoiuii irom uio as
minted fact that tho journals have
the ''positive tono" with which
tMy formerly spoke on the- aubjoct,
hd that tho "Ncwa" upcaka of tho
Indirect benefits which will accrue
io Coos Bay from tho harbor located
at Port OrfonL
Mr. "Courier "you aro mietakon.
J ha Coos Bay pcoplo have more
faith In securing tho harbor of rof
go niid better foundation for that
faith now, than ever before. Tho
Board of Engineers have boon here,
nnd have seen our land-locked har
bor, which will bo available as a
pari of tho harbor of refuge, when
audi a work is constructed here, and
they have learned from observation
and otherwise of tho vast commer
cial resources of southern Oregon
lying in easy proximity eastward.
and looking to this port as their nat
ural oatlct, which will be unfettered
ad developed by tho work propos
ed. All tho "signs of the times" aro
favorable to our prospects, Tho
Kngineers found at cape Gregory a
better harbor already built by na
ture than can be made at Crescent
City or any other point on the coast j
for five million dollars, and so situ-
atod as to bo capable of being easily
converted into such a harbor as is
contemplated by tho law under
which they act They are now in
clined to the opinion that the inter
ests of commerce, taken altogether,
would be tar belter subserved by
euch a work at this point than eis-
wherc ; and in order to be possessed of
all necessary data lor their final re
port, Lieut Pay?on is now engaged
Under the direction of the Board, in
making further surveys. Oh, no,
wts have xor "almost given up."
"We aro more certain than ever of tho
justice of our claim, and
none but favorable omeno.
i V& 23,-Liut it ht Clins.
1 owcll in trying to irtmot II. Jl. Shun,
son, shot and killed a Moxleai by X
name of Chn. OharU. ntut lialitlv
mtllllilr.1 T v.v .1 " "."""." K'lllJ
WOUHded Jn Vl...
mm iFxVZl ft Tle.-.Ti
Last BatunlafaTn a. t. Charles
Oa oung, of the San Francisco
Uiroiiiclo, drove in a carriage to tho
door of Rev. 0.& Kalloch, tho can
didato of tho Workingman's Party
for Mayor, Pont a Borvantto call him
to tho Wniting room, and as Kalloch
in response to tho vummons, enter
ed tho room, Do Young gtcppcil di
rcctly in front of him and fired two
shots with a pistol, ono shot taking
effect in tho head, and ono in the
urvostoi inn iniKnilml v?l... tri
loch fell, and IX, Young entered tolAtWJi1
enrratage to leave, but the crowd fi!l. M"l'i to escape from him
KSrR " cuw nown-
II. it W An't Al. W--Dr. Oul
'KIS,w,nuhc.a ,)r- al t his
IaMwIi m mil1101, 5'ck then
!.., ;..; ."': "winmiwrmcr
ihniT.1. iir i.i,py "" county,
lol Ins wifo with a cum ii,n uarZJt
gun. tho ehurjjo
Gfemj fw tfce FtasMrs.
Altliough there haw been a large
amount of good wheat harvested jn
the Unipqua ml ilIanetto -alIy
tkutecason, the nut ha cauwnl an
immense loss to the farmers, and the
wheal crop, which promised to be by
iftrtlHk largest ever produced in Ore
gon, will probably fall below the av
erage. " o have heard of one farmer
on tho CalapocKi creek in Douglas
countv. who Iuls 200 nrni nf Mrhi(
which will not nav for cuttinir. and I. Tun boy tood on the hack
there aro mtnv others who have lot fence, whence all but hint had
smaller fields. Some -of the crain ' ",e names that lit hU fathers
that will be threshcil will be shrunk- "hone just above tho shed
en and not marketable. bunch of crackers in his
0trllir.l !. .l.!-V-
dragging him into tho street, where
no uououess would havobeen killed
if ho had not boon rescued by the
The excitement which existed in
Uo city during tho remainder of tho
day and that night, has novcr hrn
vuaucu since mo assassination nf
uncom.and it was feared that tho
infuriated friends of Kalloch, who
assembled to the number of 20,000,
would make a raid on the prison and
lynch Do Young. M. H. Do Young,
brother of the would bo asssasin.
was compelled to seek refuge in the
prison with ids brother. It was
found necessary to call out the mili
tary to assist the police in guarding
the prison and the Chroniclo office.
It was at first supposed . that Kal-
locJi'a injuries would prove fatal,
but it is now thought ho will recover.
Do Young was arraigned in the po
lice court on .Monday, and was com
mitted without bail to await the re
sult of Kalloch's injuries.
The cause of this bold attempt at
homicide is given as follows : The
Chronicle, which leads the New Con
stitution party, has been publishing
personal charges against the char
acter of Kalloch, and a few. days be
fore published a dispatch reflecting
severely ujkui the memory of Kal
loch's father, who has been dead 30
years. K:dloch, by way of rctallia
tion, threatened to republish, read
j in public sjwch, and comment upon
an article published against the De
Young's some five years ago, black
emng the reputation of tho mother
and sisters of tho De Young broth
ers. Chas. De oung sent Kalloch
word thai if he did so, he would kill
him. Kalloch had only made good
the first part of his threat, when De
Young took steps to make good his
word. The parties both deserve kil
ling, and there Is little ground for
sympathy for cither, whatever may
be the result of this difficulty.
IIrarnk, Tex., Aug. 25. In the inn.
nicpaleourt Chief of Police llirt," ,
went to Boareh a negro prisoner. The
Bishop also drew ami shooting began.
Tom Calhoun, first fired nt Ilishop
through Calhoun, mortally wounding
Win. Calhoun missed ltishop, hut
hit a negro spectator in the wrist.
pi01!?' 227-LMt "Wt one
MeClosky fatally stabbed John Lobarr,
a well known saloon keener. .Me
Closky was arrcstwt and put in jail.
This morning a vigilance committee
rtMiucstcd all nl.icn t l.i. .:,..-. .
cloe. marched to tho jail, tok out
JlcClosky and John k'oflnr n... irt...
eonfinet for kilting Monahan a few
days ago, and hanged both to a tree
on the plaza. After warning a num
ber of bad characters to quit the town,
tho crowd dispersed. ETcrythiugwas
conducted quietly and no opposition
made to the proceedings.
Itosolmvg & Coos Bay
S T A Q tvL I N E,
Stones ti'Hl Irni t). fit it I't't'fti
a(lernnoii(StmdAVOi'etted) on tltt
arrival of tho steamer Coos.
wishing to go to ltoti'hurg or any
other part of tho interior will nuiko
connection with tho stiigo by gulag to
Coos City on any of the May tiaiucrs,
LKAVINU COOS VITVTIIK H.VMK DAY.
IdrTltrS TsFoTwi) TO Mi Villi
CUKA niST.JtliSTivnl QVICKKST
making eloso connection with the
cars nd ovorlnnd stages atflluieburg.
All business entrusted to our cure
will be attended to with promptness
FARE TO ROSEBURGREDUCED TO S6
iwioA passtnijtr nHoirwf 30Bi atbaiftjutgt.
Telegraph otllce, Kuipire City.
It is nrobable that rust has chiimhI
more damage in Linn county, than
in any other in the State, as there
was an unusual amount of late sown
grain on the damp level lands of that
region. Lane county has also suffer
ed much loss. The Eugene city
Journal speaks of it as follows ;
At jpresent the prospect for Lane coun
ty is anything but encouraging. As
general thing the farmers arc behind
financially, and only a few months
ago were anticipating an early release
from their burdensome debts by an
early and unusual harvest, but alas,
the best laid nlans etc The rust lin
nipiKHl the whole thing in the bud
Quietly, but surely this destroyer has
crept upon field after field, till now
as tbo farmers look over their broad
fields, they ace ruin to all their ex
pectations. The red rust glitters in
the sunlight, and they know that it
means, hard time for another year.
To some it means desolation and actu
al want. Mr. Frank rowers had 90
acres of beautiful club wheat, that
had been reckoned at 40 bushels to the
acre, and he has decided nut to cut it.
The Jiow&rd boys arc making prepar
ations to burn quite a large field, and
Hill, who is probably the most exten
sive farmer in the county, will lose
nearly half his crop.
The Tariff !!.
in his hand, two
others in his hat. with'nitcous accents
j loud he cried, "I never thought of
that:' A bunch of fire crackers to
the tail of otic ?mal dog he'd tied.
The dog in anguhh sought the barn
and niul its ruins died. The sparks
flew wide and red and hot, they lit
upon that brat; they fired the crack
ers in his hand and eke those in his
hat. Then came a burst of rattling
sound the lry? Where was he
gone? Ask of the winds that far
around strewed bits of meat ami bone,
and crapa of clothes and balls and
top and nails and hook and yarn,
the relics of the dreadful boy" that
burned his father's barn.
AsTOttiA, m to have a new fire
Housks, have died from the effects
of heat, in (irns Valler, Nevada
D. W. Craio, who has for manv
years been connected with journalism
in Salem, has retired to farm life.
Tim State Teachers Institute, has
been in session in Portland during
FORTUtxt). bus street cars, and tl.nv
are cry ueful, especially in advertis- f
ing tho "Wood Tag Cigar." r
Claude Thayer, Esq., son of Govern
or Thayer, is ill at the family resi
dence in East Portland.
Milton Faruow an American
shootist, took the first three prizes at
inogrcai rrcnen snooting;; contest at
Aj incendiary firo wa started in
Portland on tho night of the 25th, hut
was promptly extinguished bv tho
Cam-aix Jesskx, a well known pilot
on the Columbia bar, has been detail
ed br the Board of Engineers to make
additional surveys at tho mouth of
:o.vh HAmir.it niioi,
IN t'UONT W TIIK t'KNTHAI. HOTKU
I il M
If you want nucnuvslmvo.
As good iw harbor ever i?nv.
Just call on im ut m suliwin
From morn 'till Might or busy noon;
My nwors' sharp, my scissors keen,
My shop is neat and towels clean ;
And there I think that you will find
Kaeb article to suit the mind ;
I trim the hair with skill for gents,
Of course tho price li fifty ecnli j
Shampooing, too. I do that wull,
(live me a trial, that'wlll tell ;
So help me gracious if I nmko you hol
ler, You need not pay a quarter of n dollar.
,, .. , W.Uox.l'ropr.
r.S. Hot and cold baths alwavs rend v.
llOHKItt'Hd, Jlllv II, lN7t, "
N0T10K Is hart by gheit Unit the
following named cetllor has Hied
uotieiMif his Intention to make Dual
proof in support of his claim, ami
scenic final entry theicof at tlieextu
ration of thirty iliixs from the date of
this notice, vU: Homestead entiy
uumKr llut'o thtuisiinil two hiitulied
and forty-seven, (.'121?) of r-'iederiok
Colehrook, for tho V , of SNV lt
See 2l, nnd lots Jl and See.'lO.JII S It,
11 V, and names tho following as liii
witnesses, vU ; M. Kiley.of Klleiislmrg.
Curry County, Oregon, and 1'emils
Ctinniir, of Kilonshurg, Curry County,
W.M. K. 11KNJAMIN,
W. G. VEHSTRR. BUSINESS CARDS.
PHYSICIAN AND SUMEON,
Cltatioit to Helm.
IX the the County Court uc
Luuruy urrtjon, in j'wuutf,
Iii the matter of the Kstate of
To Angelinc John-'oii, mid nil pur
tics interested in said Knttiie: In tho
mime of tho State of Oregon, vou aro
hereby cited to appear in the above
entitled Court on Monday, tho 1st dav
of September, 1870, to sliow cause, if
aiiytueroue. why an order for ilm
sale of the real estate of said estate,
described as the N of the X K H of
Sec. '-7, T.i.7 S. of J.'l V.,shoiiId not bo
made, to Mitinfv tln li,bts ,t -,.i.i
estate, according to the petition on file
in saui tourt.
Given under my hand anil Official
Seal this 17th day of July, l.s"l.
Comity Cle rk.
In Ilia Circuit Court of the State of Or
egon, for the county of Coos.
S. S. Mann, In his own light, ami as Ad
ministrator of thi partnershlpestnteof
8. S, Mann and Patrick Flanagan, sur
viving partners, and James I'lana
gnu deceased partners, under the llrui
uainu of t'lauagau A Maun,
Patrick l-'laungaii In Hrsou, ami as Ad
mluistratorof the estate of J.unes rinn
iigan, Ann Flanagan, John Flniiatctut
andC. W, Tower.
Suit In equity for settlement and partition
of partuernhip proHrt .
To Aim Flanagan, one of mild defend
In the name of the State of Oregon
You aro hereby summoned and remilrvd
to nppcar and answer tltu bill of com-
inamt nt tbo plniuliu on tile against von
in tliu above nntitlml Court ami ouuho" on
or before the first day of Uio next regular
Term of ssid Court, after the publication
of this summons, to-wlt. Thu "d Mon
day, thu 8th day of September, A. I).
18il. And you will Ukenotlcnth.it, If
you fall to appear and answer tho Afore
said complaint, the plalntlir willnpplv
to tho Court for tho relief therein de
manded. This munmoiis is ptihlislusl bv onlt-r
of Hon. J. F. Watson, Jud 'of said
Court, Unirng date July -', IST'J.
II. S. Sruxiixs,
and O. W'RimTHH,
Citation to llelr.
IX the Count Court fur C4 County
Ortijan, in Vralntt
I1IAVK I.A'ITI.V UKTUltXKt)
J from San Kriinpieo with a eoiif
plelo stock of ocry thing In my Hue.
leadv made hoots ami shoe, rto.
DEST MATEHIAL ONLY USED.
1 a-tvai,-jciJix.r, otv.sUl
CoNSfAMt.Y OS HAM)
Mattrmtiei (tl lliilftntttn,
7)(lf'S it I. u II HUM,
Vrltm .! Cnnltn,
ricTCiti:. fiivmiim, moii.pinum,
TAHI.KS, MlKittlltS Ac
'iiinllns.rotiiu I'u rutin i-o
Made to Order,
VOt't'tXS iniwlo iitshortKHt notice.
ArrAHiMi srs, Xkkiim: Ac.
F MA UK.
v. ii. uoi.ii:n,m.d,
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
c. w. rowm, m. d.
i) r. x xiH m7ooi. a a x
PHYSICIAN anii SUfllEON,
Ctutiilth CM it, Oyn,
S II Haxaiiii, J. T. JImii,to,
1 1 AX A HI) A HAMILTON,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Will practice In the various courts
ol the state.
tU lici; AT KMNHK I'lTY, OUK.
0. 2&. SXO-LI3ST.
ATTOHXKYW lOlWSKLLOR AT LAW
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT I
imvi.i.s m m rto.v iiuniii obiiuo i nuicn)
Jl n,.,, jn.,.. in .Ma.h.teld, I "t
(i RXKUA I. IILVCKSM 1TI 1 1 N(J
SI-JI3? " WOBIC.
s-iyA living iutrv of imtrtmmro is
C'ttVtl"iS Blld l'lhr Itll.llir.a l..l
jln my hands, MU imti ptompt atto
A convict named James Ooodrich,
sent to the penitentiary from Umatil
la county for the crimo of larceny,
died in prison last week.
Tke tariff question is ono that
luui engaged the attention of tho
greatest statesmen of tho age. It is
closely connected with tho prosper
ity of all claasea of people, and it is
gratifyiug to come across a clear ex-
losition of its principles. The Uoos
lay News of this week has an elal
orato article on this subject, from
which wo tako tho following extract:
"Let the place of sale bo the place
of purchase when practicable. Stip
poe a system that would compel a
farmer to go to one city Ut sell his
produce, then go home empty and go
empty to a neighboring town lo buy;
his supplies were inaugurated, would
henotHt once see the absurdit,yet
la results the system that makes us
sell our wheat in England and buy
our iron and steel in Pennsylvania,
our cloths and cutlery in hew Kn-
ghuHl are tha same."
By H means, let tlxo place of sale
liatkAidartoofmirchaso. Too much
vaMMttt lie gold in condemnation of
Hull system which makes us sell our
wkeftt in England. That system
fa wot t all satisfactory to England.
Dver; ihey do not like to send
tisvir ioiwy hero for wheat. It is
ict'i hoicd Uio present Congress,
Wttff Democratic, will do something
la correct theao evils.
The Cornelius Courunt says: Last
Sunday, as Willie Jloxter was playing
with some other boys in the Grove,
they started una heifer that took af
ter them. Willie had been hiding,
and as the animal came near he rush
ed out to frighten her. She made a
ruh for the ladand before he could
get out of the way gave- him a hookin
the right breast jut lelow the nipple.
The wound was a deep one, causing
the lungs to protrude. At last ac
counts the lad wan comfortable, and
W. Ifoxter Esq., father of tho boy,
expressed it as his belief that no per
manent inconvenience will result.
Judso.s' S. Palmer, State Senator
from Benton county, died at Corval
Iis last Sunday, of ncart disoase. Ho
was in usual health on Saturdav.
Riotous demount rations occurred
at Lurgain, Ireland, on the 21th.
The rioters wrecked the windows of
tho houses of anuniberof protcstant.
A Loxdon' telegram in tho San
Francisco Alta dated August ICth, an
nounces tho death of .Mrs. Nellie
Grant bartons, daughter of General
NOTICE IS HFHKUY GIVEN
that on the hut Monday in Au
gust, 187D, to-witr on the 2.1th day of
.....! icrn .!... T 1 t. IT .
tion of Cis County, State of Oregon,
will attend at thooillce of the County
Clerk of said County, nnd puhtielv
examine the nsscssment rolls, ami cor
rect all orrors iiufllluattons, descrip
tion oi lanus, lots or oilier property.
All persons iiitcn&tcM are hereby
notified to attend.
Dated this 23d day of July, 1670.
John I.ank, Assennor.
In tho matterof tho estate of .. T.
To J. 11. Lewi. Hvermnah I.iwl
SS'ttS B00T& SHOE MAKER
said estate, and nil parties iuterentud
therein' In thu name of the State of'
Oregon, you ure hereby cited to appear ,
in thealniteeutitleil ( ourton Mouda ,
September Int. IST'.l. to show cuu".
if any there W, why an order should
not he made for the sale of the N i of
X W 1.4 mill V r ll f V V l-l .. J- I
;UT.27S.of It. l!l W.to MitiWvthe
Wit HI I IT.
f. ,V. .Mliirrul ami (, ,V. Dtimty
C'(HjVII.I.M Urrv, OoN,
i' On in
Will atlejl tu tha iHtslniwn ut surrsrlnr?
i In hii m of llw euuuty.
1'iffcnt MMp of alt nirte)ol land, far
llllmll IhK1 Ikitjiv
Tlje Allwmy Democrat saya: On
Wednesday at last week Mr. B. W.
Poindpxter, of the forks of the 8an
Uam, slipped from the huh of a wagon
upon which ho was standing, and fell
tothotrround.fn his fall striking his
his head against the wagon tire, which
fatally injured him. lie was taken
home and Dr. Ballard called, but it
was beyond th skill of a physician to
do him any cood, and on Thursday
evening he breathed his last. He
was an old resident of tho forks of the
Santiam, and was respected by all
who knew him.
Tub New York Sun h informa
tion that 3Ir. Robert Homier' horse,
Edwin Forrest, trotted a full mile
in 2: UK. This docs not goon
record, but it is faster than any horse
ever went in harness before. Ranis'
host time is 2 : 13 and a fraction, while
Sleepy Tom, the pacer, got over a
niilo track iu a little better than 2 . l.'l.
Forrest lime wan mtulo at a private
At a late hour on tho night of Aug
ust 2d, Mrs. John Howe, wife of a
prominent business man of Cincin
nati, and hcrfrorrant, Ann Jirown,fell
through tho floor of a vault at her res
idence in Covington, and before they
could be rescued both were suffocated.
3lr. Howe, Hearing their cries, ran
out and jumped down to their relief,
and was taken out insensible, but was
resuscitated by vigorous means.
Scjjbckiuk for tbo COAtiX JiAlL.
Rhode Island clams arc more plen
tiful than ever, notwithstanding the
great consumption of them- which
has been going on for twenty years
A Siiocic of earthquake was felt at
LockportX. Y. on the 21st at 1:30.
There was also a loud report and buil
dings were shaken. The tremor last
ed about five second.
Mr. Thos. Smith, has sold out his
interest in the Occidental Hotel at
Portland, to Mr. Geo. Young, former
ly of the auction firm of Oilman A
Young. Mr. Smith will remove with
his family to the Dalles.
The celebrated horse, Pride of Per
chc, owned by W. C. Myer, of Ash
laud, died last week from the effects
of poison so the doctors say. This
horse cost $3,070, and was one of tho
best blooded horses in tho State.
Thk citizens of Corvallis hare or
ganized a company and raised tho
means to assure the construction of
the road to Yanuina IJay, and now
thev are to be bled to the amount of
112,000 or so in order that they may
hare a depot iu or near the town.
That is the way they do it.
R. W.Macomber, local editorof tho
Seattle Pott went out last Sunday to
rail in a email boat accompanied by
Leach the foreman of tho Jofflce. Thu
boat capsized, and after clinging to
the boat several hours, Macumber
gave up and went to tho bottom;
Jycach was rescued.
William If. Vanderbuilt has lately
civen $ 100.000 for the erection of a
gymnasium nid of a civil engineer
in ir and scientific hall on tho grounds
of Vanderbuilt University, Nashville,
Tenn., erected and endowed liberally
by his father.
The man supposed to be Tom Law
ton, who was arrested in Idaho, some
weeks since, proved tho wrong man,
and was discharged from custody.
What his object could have been in
claimiiiL' that he was the murderer
Lawton, can only bo conjectured.
The lire says : A telegram was re
ceived in this city to-day to tho of reel
that Woodward, proprietor of Wood
ward's wardens and What Cheer
Houso, of Han Francisco, was dead.
Mr. Woodward was onco a joor boy
in Oregon, and waited on a hotel iu
Oregon City. He died a millionaire.
Insank, Huntley, who killed his
brother in Wasco county Jast winter
and was sentenced to tho Penitenti
ary, bus become violently insane and
has becii tratisercd to tho asylum.
debts of said estate, according to the
petition on tile in said Court.
Given under my hand and ollleinl
Seal this 17th day of Jul, LS7U.
Ai.kx. Stai n',
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iii n iiior.juuu manner ami te
.X0TI I! K .
. U. S. L.Vi Ol'I'TCB.
ItoebiirK, Ogn. July 10, t.sTll
Complaint Inning lieen made at tide
ollicebyJanius CutchhiKuimhiot SatmH
ijjer, ioraiminioniiigliHli.itm-t.-niJ entry
No.?! Iff. dated Fehniarv Sh. Ih7fi.uiiii
the N. W. i4' of S. K. t,"A S K i, f .4 j;.
ASyShopnn Front Strvl,opiiiiti (li. j
I'ionwr Market. 1 7t(
It rilthfo ,
of Haul entrv. fllll IS
-4 See , Township LI) Sotitli
I- Wit.in CooNewmtv. I
view to tneeanrellatiiin
tho said parties aro herebv siutiiooiitNl
apjear at tills Olltn. on tin- Ath ! of
CM'picniiior. inU. at io a. m., to nriiMl
and furnish tuitiiiiony cniirvrnitig mid
W. F. IIksjmu.v, ItegUtur,
TO J. C. I'l M.r.nroN, Iteeeller.
Chcapcsl iV' IJost f
1'urin for .Nr.tr.
OFFKIt FOU SALB. VKUY
eap, our farm containiut: HO
acres, situated on Daniels creek, AU
nines irorn wic norm ami sotitli lorks
of Coos river ; 20 acre bottom land iu
cultivation. It has a small orchard
of 70 two year-old apple trees, and a
small fruit garden containing 100
goocbcn ie-s , .TOO red cherry and
white KniiM currents: :ijO blackbr-
frics and 2.10 rasplvrries.tnoat all iu
bearing. Also a strawberry patch of
'1,000 plants of the finest sorts, It is
all under gixnl fence, and iu a high
state of cultivation ; pleasantly situa
ted in n good ncighborhoxl within I00
yard of n school home. Terms f 1,500.
Oiuy-half cash down, balanec seennd.
A liberal discount will bo given for all : al c expiration of thirty days from
cash. Fur full particulars ciiiiuiro on! Ml0 !n(v ' this notice, vir. : Doloi
Kl lUti t 1TV
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
U. S. Land Oitick,
ItOSKIII'llfl. AllL. Jtli. 1K70 C
TOTICB IS UBItKIIV GIVKN
that tho following named cottier
as nlud uotieu of Ua iiiii.niinn i,.
inaku final nroof in aiiiuhti ,if I, I.
claim, and secure final entry thereof
iiorsr. has iiki'V UK.
GOOD BEDS AND GOOD DOARD,
.V CUISKSIiCitOliS nniilojnl.
F. i:. WI.VCIIKKTKIt,
tho farm or address box 1, Marli field,
Or. JIkaykn A Iuvixir.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
I?. S Lani Ornce,
RoRKKt'iui, Or.. Aug. t, 1879. j
TVTOTJCK IS HBItKBY GIVIv
1 that tho following named settler
has tiled notice of his intention to
make final nroof iu stipmirt of his
claim, nnd secure final entry thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from
tho date of this notice, viz ; Mary J.
Carev, homestead application No.-'li'tl
for tfie WK of BWjVc. 17, and NK
ii ol SKtf ajnd lot 4 sec. 18, T 34, H It
14 west, and names tho following as
her witnesses, viz; A. Edon, of
Currj' Co. Ogn.j and Robert Walker,
of Curry Co.. Ogo. ,
32 4w Itegistor,
'.m.i...ir .. ,
"T"'"i iiru-eiiipuoii (irciaratnri
statement o. .T-'.TJ, for tho St' of Ni:
H sec. b, and Sjg of NH'I,' see. J, Til',
south range 14 west, and nantus tho
following as his witnesses, viz: Ana
Carman, of Curry Co, Or., and Win.
iicncnor, oi unrry t;o., (Jr.
, M Wm. F. IIknjamiv,
G. Webster, administrator of the
estate of T. 1). Winchester haling
filed his final account for said estate,
it is ordered that Monday, the 1st day
of September, 187'J, bo set 'for the
hearing of any objections to the same
and for tho settlement of said estate.
J. If. Xosi.Kit,
Xoflce or Final Proof.
V. S. Land Omen:,
RoHimrua. Or.. Am; 151. 187'J.
TOTICK IS HKItKIIY OIVK.V
that the following named settler
m filed notice o4 his intention to
makft final nroof in support- of his
claim, and eecuro final entry thereof
at tho expiration of thirty days from
the date o( tins notice, vu: ucorgo
Having lately laiuglit tlio Htoek of
clrugH heretofore belonging to Dr,
Harry Lane, I am now prepared to
caroiuuy t'oiiijxtiinn min put up
pliyHleian'K prcHcrlptioiiH. Tlio i)al
rotingo of those liavitig iiroHcrintumH
to Ihj filled, Ih rcHtieetftilly wilicited.
MAicHMMiii.n a Kmi-iki: Citv.
It. I. WIIITNBY, I'iioiiiictob.
A giMMl supply of
IIKKK, I'OIlk', ML'TTO.V,
and all kiml of
constantly on hand Also a
good twk of
LOGGING' " CAMPS
WI'LIM) AT Hit OUT
TtiU liMtltutlthm lufw air..idi tint 1,
lhrjtllW fur i'liunli..o to funnd hi Oi
Ct Itivliui of f'ullNrti Or-Kon Th
.miiwiiy li KrwHuli-1 into IIivj lart
umnt nt liilliiui:
Thr 1'rinuiri ItriHtrtrtiriit
In wbUi litlnhK.t'ir) Itraiidies mo
Lmlmiriiii; Orth.-araphy. Hetwlliu:,
w flHop, (irammar, UiKt4phy, IIUIi.m,
I'lnUJoKy, Familktr KiK-mvoiet Men
tal ntvl 1'iMdal Arul.iurtk-
Tit Srntur Irjmrtiilnit
KHibrm-lm; IU. A lifplngtsliigltf snJ
dmiblo fulr) dkitany, Chiii)lry, IVIllb
eal KtiKmnv. Utln, Ithetorlr, Illehn
ArithiiHttir, Mifflun, (iciortry, Trleo
wauotry and (mr?-wiv
Innlrtirtfoti in ihu, J,mHih U lm
w lin iliwtrwl.
lUnnocAii Iwhad for from fi k it
xjrwHik iithprhi. fsmlllM, and tor
Mill Im ihni, wMiral xtildenU club to-Ki'llH-r
bihI LmI llirtri.-Ki,
Keillor . .
C'irnriifMA,,nii, Front Strrvt,
Centennial World's Fair, 7876
iLivngh.iMK,lniMlihdiip the !?(
ii.. i i. fwl Miirranled in promltni( a
sl larr nwj, bimI?I iMnU to tho trsfrl
In and Jural rustiau.
CALL AND SEE US.
t. o. owiiir.
W. Malory, pr()-eiuiioii declaratory
Mtotomont .Vo. JJTXJ, for tho XW'X of
SW'ii see l.'l, ami K of NKK '
N'Ki..'of KKU.see. ll.T.'U. K Of R l.'l
v. in ni.v..i.'i'. i'j. .11.
nest. and names tha following un his
witnesses, vi. : K. Win. Noil, of Coos
county, Oregon, and Casper Mccir
haiis,nf Coos county,0r,
,m-tt. Ii. M. fMcklutrt J'roprlelnnH
.Notice or Final Froor.
V. H, LandOitku, I
RoHiiiiiiui, Or., Aug. y, 1870. s
OTfCK IS HKItKIIY OIVK.V
that tho following named settler
tas Died nonce ol his intention to
make final proof in siippoit of Ins
claim, ami secure final cutty thereof
nt tho expiration of thirty days fiom
tho date of this notio, vU: A II
Ciiinp. homestead Application N..
2808, for tho SW'i,' of KKU, SW'l. of
HKli.HVAi of NW'.nud lot see. (i,
T 2T, H of H 11 west, ami mimes the
following as his u itnussos, i i. : S. II.
Cathcart, of Coos Co., Or., nod James
Richmond of Coos Co. Or.
VI. F. I1I5.VJAHI.V,
sosowcao numiowu u a
BEST INSTRUMENTS. '
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