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THE COAST MAIL.
OFFICIAL ORAM OP coosro.
- ir. , ito.
Don't l.lkc Tlhlen.
It has long been known, Hint Tildcn
n tinrHpnlnr nl tho South. Up hns
Neither th pergonal elements nor tho
reonl which art? wnlit.nl by tho nver
nf mnitlierntr, mid this opposition to
hUonndldacy will lo likely to lw for
midable in tho convention which will
Imvo the choosing nt the next Dem
oerntic rnnttttlnto for tho presidency.
Tho Chorlnton AVw ond Courier tore
nhndows this in tho following Inn
BtmRo : H in high timo for the South
to nmko itself hoard, and in very plain
Inngnnge, in record t Tihl;n and hi
numod claim to the Democratic
nomination for the Presidency in
1SS0. Thnt irtinacioin gentleman
nml th clique wlio hnvo identified
themselve with hi fortune, arc cer
tainly pulling wine in his interest
more vigorously now than they have
rvtr done. The Democrats of tho
country do not vrnnt TUrion for their
candidate, and they are not going to
allow him t bo forced upon thorn.
The Southern representative to the
national convorlUon will not so far
disregard tho Democratic sentiment
of tho Southern States as to consent to
tho nomination of THdon, n tunn who
WAAnorereitltar known or liked by
tho Southern ople.
The Oneida (New York) free love
community, the immoral practices of
which have shoekd the civilized world,
have at last Ikhii fwrctMl to a stop to
ward reformation. A Inte dispatch
wiys : The Oneiila community in
thw Stfitc ha'e-ii rotnpeltad by pul
lie Mnthin'nt Rgnitut their free love
pytm to abandon it. Their lender,
tather Noye, submitted jwopositions
to the exmtmuiutv, which they adopt
ed, Agreeing to give up the practice of
comidex marriage in deference to
luildic scnlimcnt ari-inc acsim-t it.
not renouncing, however, the belief in
ctwsuwpnwnN COOS CO.
XU Casw .! Kemctllcs.
MvilTMi 1)IST, Aug. 23, IST9.
htUTouH Coast Maim
I have Just rend thecomnmnicAtion
hy Pr. Tower on "consumption in
Ctio county," nnd feel such an Inter
est thnt I wish to reply. I make no
pretensions to medicnl lore, being
only a common man who 1ms tit
ken wmo observations along tho
pathway of life. Dr. Tower says :
"I challenge anyone to name a per
son who law died of this disease in
tins county, the eauso of which can
not lo traced to their surroundings,"
1 take up the gauntlet, and name
Thomas ltowlcy, Sarah II. Lehnhcrr,
Mrs. Giles, and many more, whoso
homes were as tree from damp air as
any iu tho county. And that It was
not inherited, is partly proved from
the fact that their parent arc still
living, nnd free from this disease.
Four years ago there was a disease
passed through this locality which
was called "epuootic," the symptoms
of which wore similar to pulmonary
consumption. Myself and wife had
it. I tried a remedy from gum, and
inhaled tho fumes of rosin; cough
and pain in the breast disappeared ;
wife tried, it with tho same result.
Then canto a near neighbor, If. L.,
and told mo he thought ho had con
sumption, nnd wished to consult a
medical work, lie was affected in
the aatnc way I had bean. I told him
what I had done, gave him some ros
in, and iu a little while ho waa well.
Next came Thomas Rowley, who told
me his wifo was affected the same
way. I gave him rosin, and told him
how to use it. A few weeks later I
met him and ho told me his wifo was
much worse. I asked concerning the
rosin cure, and he told me she could
not uso it.
A little later and Mrs. Rowley
paod over the river; her eldest child
took the disease and soon followed
his mother. Thou came Thomas
Kowlcy, and we laid him by his loved
ones. Xoxt canio Mrs. Giles, at whose
house Mrs, Rowley had died, and
who waited on her s-ister in her last
its principle, and to encourage eelib
xey of member, but to allow marriage
MjdnsArctinpr i 5t ldtc 4iwaf.lt,,. 1 1.
k to have all other things common ' fcfcne.. Then again followed Sarah
s rrTotwv. uie cowmuimy- win
hereafter cotvist of two classes of
tncniR'r -oohbsUos and married per
ns living tgetlier . httibnd and
wife under the lws of marriage as
A constM ot Kanu, which has jtut
been completed, t-itowy a jvojHtlatiun
of i!i9X, inesnw of wO jwr cent,
over the jvmlotion in lS7o, whieh
was re4rnel iw 53.487. Tlie in
ortMAse frm 1S7T) so 1S73 was 70 per
cont. or M cr cent, a ver, while the
IncrcAse for the la?t Jour years has
leen at the rate of 13 per cent, a year.
Tho average increase from IS70 to
JSTOfJiovro by 15 State which t-ok a
census In 1S7S wagJLG per cent- This
ratio of inoreAJf'e applied to the whole
country made its population in 1S73
ulKrtil -t l,7tK,OJ0. ear by year Kan
ia ha grown only grown one-fourteenth
taWcr since lS7u than from
JS70 to 1S73; supjoJng tho entire
country to how the siime ratio of in
croae Jt-? piUatMn in JSPO would be
GlfiUQfiOO ; lt from 1S71 to lS7u the
country, us far ' anything is known
nbout its increuse. grew onlv one
fourth as faiit 3i Kansas, and euy
jKving that the same ratio has been
maintained ninoo IS7S, Um opuiation
in ISSOwhaW 1) Urely 30AO.O00,
which U very nearly (he ostimatc
made by K. It. Elliott of tho national
Tlio cucroncy of Franco consists
of -lS0,000,000 of the note of the
Hank of France a corjwration
owned by private capitalists. The
notes are not logal tender, but are
rwlet'inaUe in coin on demand.
Thifl pajwr currency amounts Uj $11
jwr inliabitant of France- So much
of it as the bankean profitably loan
otitis kept in circulation, and tlte
reuiainder stays in tJe bank antl
bntnruc awaiting use. The jwIer
currenev of Uiiis i-ounlrv amouite to
CSQ,00&X); eouieUting over half
of it i lefil tender and redeemable
in coin. The reet is National Hank
notos redeemable in greenlwcks or
coin at the pleasure of the bank.
Our Mtncr circuiation is about 115
jcr capita, of ie-iuarter larger ier
head Uutn the pocr money of
France, Thi being thfc fact, what
Incomes of Ums allegation of the in
flationist that our jxsople are being
tan-cd to death for tho lack of pa
per money? It is admitted by
thorn tTmt Franco is abundantly
Htipplio.1 with iwiwr; and aa we
liave 25 jwr cent, moro than the
Fronch ier hmd, low can it be true
that this oountrv In nhort of paper
currency? Chicago Tribune.
The reduction of annual interest
within ttas last year i over ?ll,tXX,
000 iu our labile debt, and tbe reduc
tion ainw 1W6, when our annual in
terest charge at it nighmt iHmt,
in nourly $o7,UOCM00. or AT, per tent.
Kfpubhemi JiiianciennK ihe mot
splendid iiiiecoM tbe world ha ever
eeeii. It Ja raiel tbe ci-vdii of our
Uovcrnment from b centa for a 0 per
cent, bond under Huchaiiaii to 1.0S
for a 1 pw cent. Ud under Itayc.
M8, OiMWrroxu. -liking at the
oiMJiiing of the Art Exhibition at
ChflMor, Kiik'land, on Angiut 12th,
futiil Unit when America learned to
truist entirely to hor own plendd re
w)iirce, the great genlou-s of her peo
ple and their iiiarvutuuif profieieiiev
in tho ndnptiou of lbor-KvJiig appll-
i., ,.'i,i,.ii si m wait nt the hood
of tlieworUI, she vquW le a lorinlila
lle euniiKititor with the UngUsli
Tits Oregou oxbildtion, at the Me
olmultw' A Iu tan FraneUco, w Mkij
Uvn f "8 ' rci.Hikably good, mid
a tlcoltltfd i n-ttit to the btatc.
B. Lehnhcrr, who had waitcil much
on her sister-in-law, Mrs. ltowtey.
And how many are to-day afTectcd
with this disease I cannot say.
Allow bore to say, I am not very
sanguine of the rosin cure, for others
were affected and got well without
ron. I wish simply to state facts.
Perhaps the doctor will say it is
not true consumption, but it has, been
so pronounced by the attending phy
sicians, and if they disagree I leave
them to settle the matter.
I do not think the physicians have
understood this disease, and am of the
opinion that it affects, human beings
similarly as glanders affect horses. I
regard it as slightly contagious, that
when one breathes the air much vi
tiated by a person affected, he is apt
to contract it.
That a dry, pure air is better
than a damp one, I presume none
will deny ; but let one ask the doctor
to look around him and see if he can
not find even veak people living in
damp localities and yet not affected?
I would be glad if some one would
investigate and report to us how
many cases of consumption have oc
curred on this river that is chargea
ble to the locality ; and, aside from
the cases named I gfre it as my
opinion that almost every case that
has occurred on this upper river, was
either inherited, or contracted else
where. I wish to apologise to rny friends
and neighbors for this personal arti
cle ; as the doctor says, every effect is
the result of a cause, if this awakens
a spirit of inquiry and investigation,
it will do some good.
BooysviiAK, 3fo Sept. 1. Friday
night a body of unknown men went
to the cabin of a negro named Cason,
some five miles fromJht',rccal,eil him
out and riddled him. TTc was ft rough
charaetor and made himself generally
disagreeable to the neighbors. The
immediate came of the affair was that
Cason went to the house of a neigh
bor, and during his absence InsulUd
and slapped his wife, and otherwise
abused her, which so enraged the
community aa to causo the above re
sult. Sax Fbaxcisco, Aug. 31. An un
known man committed suicido to-day
at the Railroad House on Commercial
street, by taking strychnine. Hc-reg
isteredat the house Saturday under
tho name of Stein.
Another unknown man was found
hanging to tho limb of a tree in Gol
den gate Park this afternoon. Ho
bad apparently been dead several
Fiuxkux, La-, Aug. 27. In a diffi
culty at Centerville on Saturday Geo.
Parish, ward constable, was shot and
instantly killed by Louis Wendell.
Tho murderer was jailed.
PorrtviiXK, Pa., Aug. 27 Samuel
Crooks, a farmer, was fatally lcaten
ina fight laht night, with Horace
lfollnian ami Jeffurwm Jackson, wbo
Tub two-cent jtostal card has made
its apioarance. It ha two stamps,
one at each end. nnd spaces for two
message. Tho Minder occupies one
of those, nnd the return eorrespond
out tho other. One stamp Is cancell
ed at tho ollice from which Jt U sent,
and tho other at tho office from which
itUioturned. The cards will soon
be in general qiroulutiou.
KlNO CiTIWAYiV n-bntmHirlite ,,...
rnl ability, in a savage a. utnn of
uurvni. who ruicu nm people with a
pod of iron, taking humnn life when
ever it huUpii bin itirtun.i ... t.:.. ...
. k . i . "lr"V Ml 1IICI v;h
price. Not long Woru tho war, a
daughter of Dr. Lindloy visited tho
kraal of tho Zulu chief, nnd iU-
penwu nun ns a nno specimen of tho
"noble, Bavavgc,' having a com
maudim? rnvsmrn unA r.,tim i..v-
novolcnt countenance. jut the im
pression of benignity was marred by
CCrtaill thine wbiob rnnm In lw.
oars, though they were told in whin
ners. Tho "chief man" htul just
neon strangled, because nome witch
doctor had minted a linger nt him,
and accused him of witchcraft, at
wnicti a mind of the court, who had
loved him, could not restrain her
tears, whereupon tho king had her
strangled, too; and still another
was made to share her fate, lccnu.e
of an untimely manifestation of
sympathy. It is not long since Cit
iwavo ordered a massacre of hun
dred of the young women of his
people, because they refused to lie
married to his old soldiers. The
overthrow of exe)x a brutal despot
is a grcatcT relief to his own people
from tho terror which keeps them
in bondage, than it n to the English
colonists who nro their neighbors.
Tho immigration of Isrcalitcs to
this country has lwm so large
that they form an important part
of our population ; but they have
generally preferred to reside" iu the
cities and to engage in "trado" rath
er than in any department of pro
ductive industry. Their shrewd
ness, perseverance and activity are
proverbial; and they are among
tho most prosperous of our citixens.
The more intelligent among them,
however, see the importance of in
ducing a portion of their sect to en
gage in productive work. And in
tho convention of prominent men
of that faith recently held meas
ures were adopted to induce the in
digent Jews in tho large cities to go
west and engage in agriculture. If
this movement proves successful, it
will undoubtedly improve tho con
dition of many now living in un
comfortable circumstances in large
cities. The lands of the west otl'er
a good living to all who arc not
afraid to work.
The King and Queen of the Sand
wich Islands, had a swimming race
while on a recent excursion. James
G. Fair, tho Nevada millionaire, who
was then visiting the Roval familv,
says that tho party could not laud
irom tneir steamer, lor reason ot the
breakers, the King said that all ought
to swim to tho shore. The Queen a-
sen ted, and the pair jumped overboard
together, thev buffeted the waves
with much skill, and soon reached
the shore. They braved not only the
waves, where no boat could go, but al
so the sharks, for the place was alive
Attention has been drawn in Eng
land to Miss Dick of Vcntmoor, who
bas voluntarily staid in bed for twen
ty years. She was prevented by her
parents from marrying tbe man she
loved, whereupon she went to bed,
declaring she would never get up
again, and has kept her word. She i
said now to havo been the original
Miss Havisham, in Dickens' "Great
A Taris correspondent writing un
der date of August 31st, says that gold
continues to lo sent to tho United
States for tho purchase of wheat. The
steamer SL Lawrence, failing to-day
for New York, takes 100,000, part of
which is on English account. Gold,
in lesser quantities, amounting in all
to 200,000, has been sent to Hungary,
Roumania and other parts of Europe
for the same purpose.
On the 2d instant, Gcorgo Swartz.a
politician, and proprietor of a ciar
store, was shot ana killed by Dudley
Haskell, a young man employed in
the law office of Latimer aod Mor
row. It appears that Swarti had ap
plied to Haskell an opprobrious epi
thet, and Haskell demanded a retrac
tion which was rofuscd. Haskell's
second shot took effect in the back of
his victim's head, causing instant
JoAQCRf 3Itu.En, has placed Maud
in a Canadian convent school.
TiirnnVn nt thn Willamette Farm
er has been reduced to 2 per. year.
SirRowlasd Hill died recently
aged 84 years.
The Cassair mines are said to be
Oysters sell at CO cents Tier hun
dred in Salem.
The new light-house at Tillamook
Head, itis supposed, will cost f 100,000.
Fifty six tons of silver was paid out
by the U. 8. treasury during August.
Cius. DkYouko, has been admitted
to bail in tho sum of 26,000.
The Comstock house in Albany, re
cently destroyed by fire, is to be re
A Mike very rich In platinum has
been discovered near Lake Cushman,
3f n, Geo. Qualls was thrown from
a wagon at Forest Grove, and killed
bis back was broken.
SimvBYon Gexeral Tolman has
lately sold his fino Norfolk stallion,
"Boston" to H.M. Thatcher, for 13000.
It i reported that rich quartz has
been struck on Gnat creek mountain,
near tho head of tho South I'alous.
The schooner Courier, with a cargo
for various points on Pugot Sound,
went ashore August 27th, at Point
Greenville, about thirty miles north
of Grays Harbor, and is a total wreck,
Kalloch'h congregation have ap
pointed committco to Investigate
the charge made by tho chronicle
against their pastor, and pronounce
them false of course.
Vinkie Beak will have her bronzo
statue of Farragut cast at tho found
ries of tho Bureau of Steam Engineer
ing Iu the Washington navy yard nt
her own expense.
The yellow fever Mill wges in
A terrible storm swept over tho vi
cinity of Now Orloiun on tho i?d,
causing much damage.
Tin; steamer AWriuty'M. supposed
to bo store-ship for the Novdeinkjtml
Arctic expedition, bus been totally
lost ; crow saved.
Several of the prominent loggers on
the Sound have pleaded guilty to
taking timber from llo eminent
lands, and have submitted to the pen
nlties provided by law.
1 L. Whithcek, local editor of the
Doadwood Yonrrr, shot at n negro on
tho 27th till, and hit one T. It. Martin
n grocer in the forehead inllietliig a
probably fatal wound.
Thk body of a mnn sitppoed to be n
German named liw Miller, wa
lately found near Portland. It was
accompanied by a bottle of strychnine
a pistol ami a rope ; the conclusion
wusnrrht'd at that drnth had been
earned by lMiison sell-administered,
Anna M. Joiinsos, a native id Ger
many, aijcd 2t the wife of the propri
etor of the Mechanic's Hotel, on Hor
ry street, between Third and Fourth
San Francisco, committed suicide, on
the 27lh, by taking chloroform ; cause
ill treatment on the part of her
Ax attempt was innde by two men
on Thursday of last week, to bum the
town ot Independence, by setting tiro
to Mr. MathOe's barn. They had
poured kerosene oil upon tbe straw,
out werodieoorod before they could
enrrv out their plans by setting it on
The schooner Uoaurio. from Tahivti,
having on board considerable coin,
was attacked throe times on the nilit
of tho 20th snd mornintruf tho 27th,
in San Francisco Bay by five pirates,
who came alongside In a small boat
and wore unsuccessful. The schoon
er was defended by the second mate,
who was badly beaten. He thinks ho
shot one of the thieves.
In the Circuit Court ot the Stale of Or
OKou, for the county of Cm.
M. S. Mniiu, In his own tlithl, nnd as Ad
ministrator of the partnership estate of
S. S. Mniuinud 1'ntrlek Flanagan, sur
vUIiik pni liters, and James Flann
gnu deceased pntturrs. under the Una
imino of Flanagan A Maim,
Patrick Flanagan In person. ud n Ad
ministrator of the ectati' of J Ames Flan
agan, Ami Flanagan, John Flanagan
nndO. W. Tower.
Suit In equity for settlement and partition
of partnership property.
To Aim Flanagan, one of said defend
In the name of tbe State of Oregon
You are hereby summoned and rvqillrod
W. G. WKHSTER.
to opiwiruiui "answer the bill of com
iilnlnt uf Dm nlttlntlir mi flits ncnlnst vol
mtlieahoxe entitled Court and cause, on
HKA1 i:tl IX
1IIAVK l.ATKbY ItFlTIIN'KI)
from San Fianclseo llh a piim
plclo slock id every thliiK h " ""
ready made boots ami show. etc.
BEST MATERIAL ONLY USED,
L Bi Dean & Co.
E. Ik DICAX, l WIU.COX
C. II. MKRCHANT.
We have Always ox Haxiia Ffi.i.
or before the first day of the next regular
Term ol said Court, after the publication
oi mis summons, io-wh. me .i .moo-
Kit, tint Mil ly ot fcptenuter, A. u.
mflt Anil vim hIII litV" iiiitk-u that. K
you (all to tutpear and answer theafore-
saiil coiopiami, uie piaiiiiiu uinppiy
to the Court tor the relief therein do-
This Munitions is published by enter
of Hon. J, F. Watson, .Indgo of said
Court, liuarug tiaicJtuy -m, laiu.
It. 8. SritsiuN,
II ax vttii A Hamilton.
and G. Wkmhtkii,
Attys. for l'lalntltr.
NOTICE OF JFINAL PBOOF.
U. K. bAxn OrriOK.J
nosenrno. Aug tth, 187U.
JVTOTU'B IS UK It K II Y GIVKN
l that tho following named settler
liiu tiled notice of bis intention to
tuske fiusl proof iu supiHirt ot hU
claim, and secure final entry thereof
at the expiration of thirty days (mm
the date of this notice, vit : Dclos
Woodruff, pre-emption declaratory
statement No. K'-'M. for the St, of tNi:
l4 see. S, and S$ of VV4 see. V, T.'U'i
south range M west, unit names too
billowing as hi witnesses, ix. Asn
tJiirinan, of Currv Co. Or., nnd Wm.
I tcheiior, of furry t'o Or.
Wm. F. Hex jam in,
1 MAllNHVlHIiO) OXt.fciJ
CoNMTsriv ex nvxn
.Ifdffresurs .t llnfrtettiln,
(Vmlcs if I.HUHiiMt
Oltm d Cntiltri,
PICTI'UIW, FltAMIW. MGl'l.niMU.M,
TAI1I.IW, MlltltUlt.S Ac.
i'iHlltiK-rMin I'h rut turn
.Made to Older
COMA'S umde athniltst ulle.
AmcmiKNTiS XKKtil-Kei Vtf.
lvitf Pho I'm if ron.
T.C. MACKKY.M. I)
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
c. ii. goi.ii:n,m.i)
M MISllflKI.il, OlIMlllN,
C. W. TOWICU, M. I).
PHYSICIAN Jt SURGEON.
W.U. A NO BUM. D.
PHYSICIAN and SUrllEON,
(ViHr Vttth fli,
H. II. KakviiD, .' T II initios,
IIA'Altl) A- IIAMllrUN,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Will practice In ilie varluus count
of the state
in in u at :nnw: city, Ook.
cr. 3. sia-Xj-xosr.
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE,
M AXUFACTUKKIl TO OltDKU
SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED.
and r.t tbe
LOWEST LIVIXC PRICES,
lltri for Nulr.
TTjTt: OFFKU Foil SAI.K. VBHY
cheap, our farm coutaiuini; 60
acres, situated on Daniel creek, tttj
miles front the north and south fork
of I'm H river ; :?0 acres iKittotu laud iu
cultivation, it ha a small orchard
of "U two year-old apple tree, and a
small fruit garden containing Hxi
KMseborrie ; I10O red cherry ami
whito graK? currents; iiV) MackU-r-ries
ami tiW raspberries, inot all in
ItetiriiiK. Also a strawlK-rry ttatrh of
;l,(KK) plants of the fiiKat rorts, It i
! all under gxI (once, and in n high
'state of cultivation ; p'.eusuntl siltin-
ted in a good ncighlorhooduilhiit Kki
yanliofaschtHd house. Term $ I '
jbne-half cash down, balance secured
I A lilieral discount will be given for all
cash, tor full particular eiupiireon
tho farm oraildres box t, .Marshlield,
Or. IIk.vvu.v A Ihmm:.
r. x .v )s mc c ol. a j x
THOMAS PMVSOX. I
HAYING l.KASmtTIIK DAWHON" '
bhu-Lsiitiih shop, in darhflld, I j
am preiwrnt m u '
UKNKUAL IILACKHMmilNO i
CrA living hrv of tmlnjmwo Is!
.11 i .,i .i i
MMicnesi. ii-i -n
AnORNEY A COUNSELLOR AT LAW
i:xpntr. tirr, on.
fil4-ttns and nthr bniiifi Uttl
in my lsls, t Hvetw piniiipt silttc
Roscburjs; & Coos liny
.B. ;i.l till V Co., I'roprllor.
Stage will leave Cno.t CUj ererg
afternoon I Sunday excepted) on the
arrival of the steamer Coos.
wishing to go to Itooburs or any
other part of the interior will make
connection with the stage by golnj? to
Coos Cit v on any of the Hay steamer,
LUAVINO COOS CITY TUB KAMK PAV.
tSrTHIS IS FOUND TO UK THE
CHEAPEST. lIESTund QUICKEST
OF ALL ROUTES.
TiisEortiii in io.ic wav
making closo connectlonsfilh' the
cars and overland stages atfltoscburg.
All business entrusted to our care
will le attended to with promptness
FARE TO ROSEBUBGREDUCED TO 6
Eich patienycr oWeird30n obttyjiiuc.
Telegraph oflice, Empire City.
in a thorough manut-r ami iim'
I only ih
tWrSslmpnii FnnlHlrwl,iipiHlte the
Pioneer Market. l-7lf
Notice of Final Proof.
B.F.Boes,1V. II. Hixnott a I).iroLi.Au
JSK El !L T S
and jirnvislona ot all kinds
sold at the lowest
IJ2Ltl'i:itlil ninny lwint deslrwl
ZSrWo keep iiotbliigbut tholKlMt-3
and iimiiro satlsfuotion.
Having lately bouglit tho stock of
drugH Jiorotoforo belonging to Dr.
Harry Lune, I nm now prepared to
cnrefully coiiiponnd and put up
phyHician'fl prcHcriptionH. 1 ho p"t
ronogo of thono having proHonptioiiH
to bo filled, Ih roHPootfiilly w iuitcd.
LOUIS K. fUNK0K.
U. S. liANiiOrriei:,
Ho.i;iii'ii(i. Or.. Auc l. !"'..
TXTOTlt'E IS IIEHEHY OIVKN
! thnt the following named settler
iiim lilid initii'i n( Ills inlitiitiriii to
. make tlnal proof iu sttpjHirl ot bi
Clrititi. niiilKciirn litml i-liirv llicrcdl
at theexpirutiou of thirty day from
tho date of this nolie, vix- A. 11.'
Cntun. homestead amtlicatlou No. i
SWW,forthoSWM4 of .NE, NVt( of
HKif , SE,' of N W4, and lot 'J see. It,
T UT, S of It 1 1 went, and names the
following ns bis witnesses, vix : H. II.
Cttthcart, of Coos Co., Or., mid James
Itiehmoud of Coos Co. Or.
Wm. F. Ui:.vjajii.v,
In the County Court for Coos county,
Oregon, In Probate.
In the matter ot tho estate ot A. I).
Wiikhkas, An onler lm lx-en duly
made by the alrfive entitled Court, dlrwt
iug the niiilorslgnwl,aihiilnlslratorof the
cstatcof A. I). Lawrence, deceased, to will
the real estate lclniii;iiiK to said estate
to-wit: IM IS In block 1, In the town uf
Huiriner, In Coos county, Oregon, to nut
isfy the debts of said estate; therefore,
notice is hereby given, that, in purxti
auceot said order, I will, on HATCH
DAY.TIIE4TII DAY OF 0CTOHEK,
1870, iHitwecu the hours of U o'eda-k a. m.
and o'clock r. i. ot said day, ut the
Coiirtbouso door In Empire City, oirur
said real ustato for sale at jMihlic auction,
to the highust bidder (or cash.
H. I). HiiKiovooi),
Adiniiilstrntor ot said estate.
Dated September 1st, 1871).
33 e o penecl.
rpilIS IIOISK 1IA.S ItKKN UK
1 opened throughout.
GOOD OEDS AND GOOD BOARD.
A CHIXIiSi: LOOKS ,u,i,l"Wl.
F. K. WINCH KSTKU.
Notice of Final Proof.
U. 8. Lasd Oman, t
Hosciiuko, Or., Aug l.'I, U7'M
OTICE IS IIEHEHY GIVKN
thnt thn follnwlnir named settlor
i an (ilnil tintlcfl of his intention to
make final proof in support of his
claim, and secure final entry thereof
at the expiration ot thirty (lays from
the date of this notice, vh : Oeorge
W. .Mnjory, pre-emption declaratory
statement So. Wm, for tho NV."( of
NWt. see 13, nnd KW of NEJ,aml
NK4of HKH.scc. 1-1, V 31. H of 11 HI
west, and names the following as his
witnesses, viz : E. Wjii. Neil, of Coos
county, Oregon, and Casper Mcelr
Iiiuih, of Coos county, Or.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
If. H. Lakh Okhck,
UoHiiiiiMH, Or., Aug. I)
OTICE IS IIEHEHY
that tlio lollowing nainoil settler
ins iikki notice oi ins inieniiou t
make flmd proof Iu support of his
claim, nml secure final entry thereof
nt the expiration of thirty tnyx from
the date of this notice, vu : Alary J
Curry, homestead application No.;i2.'ll
for tho Vi of SV sec. 17, ami NE
M of HE and lot 4 sec. 18, T 31, S H
14 west, and numes tho following us
hor witnesses, viz : A. J, Edsou, of
Curry Co. Ofii., and Itobert Walker,
of Curry Co., Ogn.
Wm. F. Db.vjtami.v,
2 4w JtejjUter.
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II. I WIUTNJCY, I'lwii'imrron.
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and all kinds of
constantly on baud Also a
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Krw IUtis, Oosv.
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l.winu. t m ihtS
Corner of "A" nml Front Street,
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in lars nml, niMU-l lls to tho trsuM-
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