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THE COAST MAIL.
omrui organ of coos co.
Mcpl. IS. n?.
Tjhn Malarial Fever.
CY C. tUflOMlKN, t. i.
fi. rt.u . .. ..
hv uiiiiurnin Election.
Tho uwcping victory Balnctl by
tho 1lpnbltPAii wrty in Cnlifornin
n the Into olection, is the first ex
proMion of tho judgment of the
Voter or nny northern State upon
tho polUienl mioa which hnvo boon
forowl upon tho country by tho in.
temperate action of tho Democratic
party within Uio past year. As tho
jlrstolcotion taking plnco after these
iwuot! hrul Ihwu cooly considered by
tho people, the roMtlt of this con
tost hns lxon looked forward to with
much intorafet, nnd as announced, is
mora than gratifying to Republicans, !
nnu correspondingly dampening to
the spirits of tho Democracy. It
may 1 claimed by tho IVmocratic
press that the complicated condi
tion of local !muo in California
has brought about this result, and
it is truo that Uud condition of af
fairs has had its effect upon the
State and local ticket, but there is
no reason why it should have con
trolled tho votes of electors as to
congressional candidates and given
to the Republicans tho entire dele
gation of that State, The true causo
of this cliange in the tendency of
popular sentiment, is that the peo
plo hnvo become dissatisfied and
disgusted with the exhibition of
Domocratic management given in
the last two sessions of Congress.
YVtt may expect Maine, Ohio and
ths other States whore elections are to
be hold this fall, to follow with de
cisive victories, assuring the triumph
of tho Republicans in the presiden
tial oampaign of 1SS0.
Jlanlcr tn Mississippi.
Dfejmtehes from the South an
n unc tiio cownrdlv murder of
AT. Dixon, of Yazoo,
by the straight out
lie was a man of in-
Having had much experience in
tho treatment of malarial and tv
phoid fever, it is only proper tlmtl
should express my opinion in n few
words on the subject ; the more no,
as many of our people miht Ivceuuiu
unduly nlanneil from the tone of an
article in tho Coos Hay News of the
To a coTlain extent, I can omlnrso
Dr. Tower's views in regard to suni
tary measures, but I think he is too
extreme in his views. Certainly
tho air of Coos Hay cannot beeonfu
contaminated liko tho airof ltroslau,
or any German city with narrow
streets, badly ventilated houses, and
closly packed, crowded, and lmorly
Springfield, to Ikj sure, is not a
German city, nor one tit narrow
streets or ill fed inhabitants, but a
beautiful city in tho valley of tho
Connecticut, Yet there are many
solid blocks of houses, and in niunv
cases (as in all cities) badly con
structed drains and sowers, and sit
uated in a climate whore tho ther
mometer in mid-summer ranges
from 107 degrees in day time, to
50 or CO degrees at night ; and dur
ing a drouth, which sometimes oc
curs at such a time for many weeks,
a contagion spreads like a prairie
fire. In mid-winter the thermome
ter runs down to from 15 to o0 de
grees below zero ; the houses closed
with double doors and double win
daws, and tho inmatos breathing
such confined air as wo, in this
health-giving climate never dream
of. But notwithstandmgour health
ful climate, it is well to uso all pre
cautions against filth. Every house
snoum bo well ventillateu ; pure air
should circulate under and through
it ; all sinks well cleansed and deo
dorized, and cleanliness always ob
served. In regard to tho melancholy case
alluded Jo in tho 2ows, Mrs! Pasco
was a lady esteemed bv all who
her: tidv in her habits and house-!
hold, and living in one of the pret
tiest cottages m Eastiwrt, supplied
i with running water of crystal purity
which was conducted away from
tho premises in an ever-running
Nkaui.y fcl.OOO.OOO in gold i wihl to
he on its way to thU eountiv from
hurope or ready to eoine, but this Is a
nurt drop compared with the Moreaof
Mcio which are now gathered in Lon
don and ParU unable to find employ,
inent 1 he bank of Knglnnd holu
about tho jMunoituumnt of coin and
bullion tut the federal immorv. irr..
j O00.JXW, two-thirds mOro than the bank
iTV,.WrB'u,0,MMk "i l'raiieo
f I 0.1KXi,(HXI, and the other great
hanks of Knropti $JhK).tyx,(K0 more;
taken collectively these (renMitv
hohw hold $tOO.OOO.ro more coin
than a year ago. It is not 8t range
that trtnieli economists are predict
ing that at lotun l(XUXX),lM in treas
ure will onv4 the Atlantic in pay
ment for fond thin year. Such an im
portation of t ho precious int'lali would
more than quadruple the iwulti of
the great grain export of ISoO-fll. when
thi country imjwrted $10,100.000 in
lKcie I'MhltM pttxlueing UB.00rt.0tX
of the precious metal. The homo
ptuduetion of the precious metalHthi
your is certain to he at least CO nor
cent larger than in ISttl.
Outbreak hi AftnuiMan.
iondar in tlw
but h liad
A diixtteh of tho Cth tells of n totl
ous outbreak against tho ltriti-di in
Afganiotau. it says At a late hour
Thursday night n messenger traveling
iKMt haste, reached Aliknevt from Ca
hul and informed Major tiunollv,the
ltritlsb political agent, that tho'lhit
th embassy at Cabul had been attack
cd by seeral Afghan regiment
which had assembled in that city, de
manding arrears of pay. and that the
military eicort of the embay was d
fendinj; themoelves. A letter was ro
cclvod from the ameer of Afghanistan
who confirms tho new of- tho revolt
nud adds that the rcgimonU which
have mutinied were joined bv the
topulaco. Tho ameers arconal and
stores were firit phimlenhi and do
stroyed and tho llritth embassy was
then attacked by overwhelming num.
ThoSnlom Tulk announces tho dis
covery of eoKl in the CalitHxnr moun
tains in Douglas county; it svs:
ltetort-t Imm Drains, Yoncalla and
Comatook's. stations on the O. vfc C. It.
R., received here l:t night, say that
the cxciteiueut over tho'ducovery of
Koldiu theCaliHH)ia mountain, h
extended ail over Douglas county.
One crowd of men who were thresh.
uiji wheat near Drains, iiumcdiatelv
to discuss, but will hero saw as I
ImkI formerly been a have said all the time, I do not be-
Earty in his locality, , licve her disease was of a contagious
jcomo a prominent ! tno. and hail not pneumonia super-
cnndklate ami leader in an indeion- J vened in hor exhausted condition,
dent movement, and tho Democratic ! like the last straw on tho camel's
loaders had -decided that it would 'back, to overpower exhausted na
not do to permit an independent ture.Mrs. I'ascomicht have lived to-
ii?v;a in u.i uu-i miuuii, ., ., , ,. !....
stream Known ne tho nremies o ''"".""" "v"- ." "rawni prop
stream, ivnowinu uio prvimses so aratioa! lo go to Uu, niineik lf tll0 re.
well, I cannot behove Ijer disease port of the ield prove to l true.
was brought on by foul air or water. J there will lie a general sUmpede in
Vt hat its origin was.l sliallnot stop i southern Oregon for the placer dig-
party to h orsaiuzed in Mississippi.
Captain Dixon hud leen requested
by the Democrats to withdraw as a
candidate and he had partly con
scnJ'itl to do so.but subsequently
dewided to remain in the contest, so
rif oursf! thov liad to kill him.
They'firt iiirctl a gang of negroes to
do trie work, but circumstances de
feated the plan; then one Barksdale,
a Democratic caudnLnte for a county
office, did the job. Dixon had him
self ltoon a Democratic "bulldozer,"
- and it wont miooth till lie decided
to oppose that organization in an in
dependent movement, then it was
nocessary to put him out of the way.
That is the manner in which the De
mocracy of t lie South is kept "solid."
Election Xcrrt Tlie Republicans Erery
day to bless and comfort her family
of interesting children and loving
I would say in this place that tho
water in East port isto all appear
ance as pure as any in tho county,
and the disease with which some of
tho children were troubled, was
brought on more by eating unripe
fruit than bv tho water thov used.
Jt Hundred Years Heace.
Ilnilgrutiou "from Rzigland.
It appear that not only tlie farmers
of England, but alao tho skilled mo
eliHiitcs are dtaoumged with the
prufjH.-ot of having to compete, with
American productions. A 'w York
dispatch of the 2nd says: IJryson,
Prtittideut of the Northumberland
Miners' Association, haj urged unem
ployel laborers to give up the strujjRle
at once and forever iu Kngland and
to emigrate. Three hundred men of
the Bradford iron and tnachino works
ar on thuir way to i'hilndltiiiin,
whore employment is promised them.
A cutlery firm in Shetlieht, with ail
its capital and whole stair of workmen
is ieing movcnl Ixxlity to thU country.
A Sail t'ie
The bodv of n man was found upon
tho heaoh lit Toil (Iambic, T. and
an imput being held, It was found
death had been caused by poison.
There was nothimr on the Irndy by
whiehiteouldbo identillnl. and tho
following note found on the body fur
nished tho only clue to Iho eauso of
Aug. 20, 1871)
lam no tramp. I will not bog nor
steal. I have looked for woik every,
whoie on Puget Sound. May Hod help
my iH)or wife and children. I am sor
ry that I can't make a living hero;
there is nothing foi me. Death before
dishonor. Oh.m, jxwir wilo and chil
dren are far olV. lied forgive us all.
Nearly forty thousand people wore
present at the reunion of war veter
ans at Aurora, HI., theotherday. Ar
tillery and bands of music rendered
the city a complete camp, and deco
rations wore more lavishly distributed
thou ovor before The urand event of
tho meeting was the storming of tho
so-called "reWI Fort Wade," over
which tho confederate emblem had
been (lying three days Tho soldiers
reunion al Cambridge, ()., has drawn
big crowds. Hen. (iarucld delivered
tho opening address to an audience
numbering Itvoor six thousand.
Now Orleans i carpeting its river
front with mats of cane, bound with
wire, to prevent the father of waters
from washing its shores away. These
mats are a foot and a half thick, 'Jo
feet wide and 2iX) feet long, one end
being fastened to piles driven in the
rivor-bank and the other laid upon
tho rivur bottom, where it it anchored
by sand-bags. The mats are made by
machinery, and it is the intention to
cover 8,000 yards f tho river-front
It is stated iu Dublin that tho lord
lieutenant has requested tho ioliec
authorities of Limerick to make a
special report of the circumstances
under which Chas. Stewart I'arnell at
a recent banquet suiTcred hissing
which greeted the toast, "The Queen, '
to pass unnoticed, though ho is a
magistrate and a member of parlia
muni. Tho New York Stnto Republican
Convention met at Saratoga on the
.'td, and nominated tho following tick
et : Governor, A. H. Cornell; Lieu
tenant Governor, Geo. 0. Iloskins;
I Secretary of State, Jos. H. Carr ; t'ou
! (roller, James W. WaiUworlh ; Treas
urer, athau D. Wendell; Attorney
General, Hamilton Ward ; for Stato
Engineer and Surveyor, Howard
Gkn'bralGkant and party will be
due in San Francisco on the -'1st In
stant; thoy come hv tho stenmur OVy
Jxx GoULO has sont the Memphis
Howards ?5,0uO, and says he will foot
their hills a long U4 they think uoc
osary. Mrs. Sonator Spraguo haaa-ked for
the appointment of a trustee fur hur
ix vitoxTor tiik centual uori:i.
W. G. WKBSTEft.
In the Circuit Court of the Slate of Or
ogon, for the count) of I'ooe
8. a. Mann, In his own rliiht. and n Ad-
liuntstmlor of the arlncmhlp eatate of
?. Miuuuuiil ralrtcK I lananaii. mil
nu iwrtnci-s, and Jauie rlana
gan deceased irtuepi, iiiuIim the film
name of Klanupan c; Maun,
Tatrlek l'lannBn lit person, und as Ad-
mlnlslmtor of the estate ef.lsiwa rlan-
ngim, Ann I'liumtrati, .hhu riauainiii
andO. W. Tower.
5uit in eiuitytorseltleiiipiitHiidmrtlllu
To Ann I'liuutgan, one of wdd defend
In the name of the SMle ef Oregon--You
uio hereby suuunoiieil ami required
to opnwir and "answer the bill of com
plaint of the plaluttir on tile aitalust yen
Iu thealsive entitled Court and chhm, on
or before the lltl day of the next rpittr
Term of sold Couit. lifter the puhllcattou
of this numinous. h-wtt Tire I'd Mon
day, the. Stli day of SVpteinlnT, A. P.
1870. And) on will take notice that, Ifi
ynt fail toapHarauil answer llieafn-1
said complaint, the plnlntlll' w III opj-lv
to the Court fur the ivllef therein de !
This sunuiuuis Is published by order
of Hon. .1. V. Watson, Juda of nald
Court, bearng date July SJ5, 1S70.
It. s. SriuuvN,
and O. Wi;HsrKM,
Attys for I'lalnllir.
NOTICE OF JINAL PROOF,
I'. S. Lanh OrncK.J
Rosumtio. Aug. -lib, IS7V. S
(VJOTICl-: IS HRRK11Y GIVRN
l that the following named settler
hivs filed notice of his intention to
make llnal proof iu upnrt of his
claliy. and secure final entry thereof
al tlio expiration ot thirty days irom
the date of thi notice, vit: Dohw
Wrvoclruir. onxeiiiiitloii ilm-larstorv
statement No. 81MUI, for the St of NR
t, see. 8, and Sla of XV, mv , TH5
south range II wet, and iiumw tho
following as his wilnewK", vl: Asa
Carman, of Curry Co. Or., and Win.
Tichunor, of Currv Co., Or.
Wm. F. IlK.VilSII.V,
11IAVI. I.ATKLY UKTUHNK1)
trotn San Francisco with a eoiif
oleic stock of every thing In )' H'.
teady made hoots ami shoes, do,
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T.U, MACKKY.M I). "
PHYSICIAN AND SURQEOK,
(3. II, (lOhl)KN, M J) "
PHYSICIAN Jb SURGEON
V. W.T0WKU.M l),
PHYSICIAN an.. SUflSEOH,
3fan for the future can but reason
by the past. In a hundred years he
ha ?ouor heard of many change, on
the wondrous globe he calls hU homo.
Great khiIs have come and pone;
rreiit iviiil n.-ill coino a"aiti. Intol-
! feet has quickened the means of this ! a Hue waa pad to her from the Iron
locornouon, icstcucti mo aibuhw "i""i ...jra ....- .,,...
course of toil ; intellect will do so still, ocen looting on. capi. auminers ap-
So he reasons, and so his loiric rests pears to have been the onij- jiorson
The ShaiiRhai ilercury records the
raising of the British ironclad Iron
Duke.which was sunk nt Shanghai.
The Mercury says : The LT. S. ship
Monocacy imiu hnvo the princiat
credit in her release from Iierunpleaa.
ant iKJsition ; Thursday niuht, whon
Comploie returns from tho Califor
nia olection hare not yet been receir
oJ, but enough is knorrn to assure the
'complete triumph of the Republican
The entire Republican State ticket
is olectod by majorities ranging from
In San Francieoo the workinrnen'a
party hare eloctod the Mayor, Sheriff, (
Auditor, Dutrict Attorney, City and
' County Attorney, Tax Collector, Pub
lic Administrator and Surveyor. Re
publicans eloct the Asoor, Coroner
and Siifrintndont of Schools. Tho
shooting of Kalloch by Do Young
doubtlo wait tho moend of electing
him to the mayoralty.
Tho Republicans have elected all
The Dumocrats havo elected
HpIcndfJ teRlt la Malae.
The Maine election took placo last
Monday, threo tickets in tho field,and
the result iu another sweeping Re
publican triumph. Senator Blaine
aeiids a diepatch to Aliaon that the
Hopubjioans Iiavo 00WO plurality
ovor tho Groonbackeraand -10,000 over
tho Democrata. Tho legislature i
Jitrongly Republican. The Republi
cans lost that istate a year ago by
nbou t j a,ooa
T)r. L. I. Rlaekburn, Governor-elect
of tho fcovereiKii State of Kentucky,
llng ro(jiiost4d to explain the char
v made ngaint-thim by tho Republi
can jns to the oifect that ho was
concerned in inlnxluclng yellow fev-er-iufooted
clothing into the North
.InriiiL' tho war oi tho rooeiuon, him
apart from the C)fllc-r.s of tho Iron
Duke, who believe! die could be float
ed at once. At all events, hi otforta
only woro continuous, and yesterday
mornings tide, hhortly before 5 o'clock
now thorn guccowfiil. Thero i noth
ing on earth wo like o well to ce as
the American and Hritih (services
thus giving evidence of tho brother
hood that exist botweon thorn.
Tin: nuxtcoftly school building in
tho world is tho new polytechnic in-
upon the pajit. One hunilrcl year
ago the world traveled in lumlering
coachc and sailed to ea in glow go
ing ships. To-day the iron honse goc
tearing through the land and etearn
erabridgo the wildost oceans. Months
Iiave changed to weeks and houra
One hundred years ago tho traveler
between New "York and the Illinois
would have made up his mind to a
three-week trip in lumbering wagon,
sleepy ferries and uncomfortableetag-
.a It, tin vfir ol if race lniv. two , tii u-nrlii m tint new t:
day naxecd in oac and comfort, sec tituto at ilanovor. Tho late king of
him safely to hi journey a end. Hanover commenced the comstruo
When his majwity'a troops sailed from i tion of a magnificent palace, upon
the shores of .England to givo thcee I which he expended about fU'O mil
colonwtit a losaon, they wore fortunate ' lj0nH of dolfar. Whon hi govom
in thrto weeka' toaing on tho broad j moot waa overthrown and tho king
Atlantic brought them In sight of duinof Ilaoover Ijecamo tho a prov
Xewfoundland. To-lay an eight-day inee of I'rufaia, tho building wn found
parage ii a matter of courc. Who j i0 lo in a half fliuhod condition,
know what is to be? Already whirf-j p0r several year tho window were
jKiring fill the air with wondrous mo- boarded up and tho empty rooms a lay
tora. The busy brains of man work, j came the residence of hata and bird.
"Acroufi the ocean in fifty houra!" (m, t Iat tho Herman government re
read the latest talc) a Ille-bout raiecti . solvel to alter the imliotng ami auapi
If you want an eay khave,
A good as Ixnlwr ovor gavo,
JtiBt call on me at my .aliRin,
From morn 'till night or busy noon ;
My raiont'rharp, my wiwow, k'on,
My hop i neat and towel- clean ;
And there I think that uii n ill ti in!
Kaeh article to suiit the mind ;
I trim the hairwith xkill for gent,
Of conrno the price-b( fifty cent ;
Shamjiooitig, tw), I do that well,
Give mo a trial, that will toll ;
So helpruograuIouK if I make you hol
ler. You ml not pay a quarter of a dollar.
J. W. Cox. I'ropr.
I. S Hot and cold hatha alwaya ready.
.i .,,vk "TlinHtHtoinentb are lie, ami
L doit care a damn forall the Repub
lic.,,, ni.mm.iitii in Christondeudom.'
JIo ia n highly oxomplary oxetutive,
und the Democrat of Kentucky have
u man at their head with rjuuUtiu
whioh could not fail to distinguish
1'isopi.e lyho aro eo fond of punch
ing hole in United Statojj coin, aro
not awuraof tho faot that uuoh ainuwi
inoutUaitaiiiNt tho law of tho land.
Tho iwntdty of o doing h two year
impriuonim.ntiuidfJ.OOOfiiio for ov
I,,- i'-im mill mtilod bv steam
A hundred vears henccl Who that
is born to-day" will live to see it? And
what if he does? Shall ho co a daily
balloon to London and an afternoon
trip to Florida? Will the docks, now
echoing to the hi of steam, be filled
with strange, unearthly idiaiH, with
wing and fans, and gaudy bags ol
gasT Will freight-train drawn by
noiwjle power,; pas swiftly be
neath tho sea, und parcels dart like
lightning around the world? Stran
ger thing than tbeso havo happened
within a hundred year, ami some
may live to see etill greater wonders.
Thk King of Denmark i Kuflering
much Irom ill health. Ho ha felt
deeply the loss of his last daughter,
Thyra, Duchce of Cumberland, and
the inconioration by I'rtifisia of North
Schleswig wjw also a trouble to him.
He ha attack of ovorn pain in the
back, which pain nomelimessoizcs him
w suddenly that lor instance, at a
late battue in the Royal coverts, ho
was unablo to remain standing, ami
hail to bo carried to and bo lifted into
hi carriage. 1 1 is generally suppled
that tho origin of those attack date
i.n.L- fnp k!viir;il vrmrs. when tho howo
which hi Majesty was riding fol h
throwing him violontly to tho ground,
and it is feared that-possibly a joint In
ii,...Sn ii.ui Imvn ruddivod SOIIIO
niut iritlinr iniurv. a ever siucoi
whenever tho King got a cold it at
onco fccttlosin hi baok. aocomjnicl
Uy utter protration and ngonlring
Bviucnioi: for tht Coat Maw- (
Utnn.oHof the tolvtochnic schoob
Thi work ha Iwen going forward for
several years, and is now nearly com
pleted. Two farmer in Fanta Clara county,
Cal., aro having a queer lawsuit. One
had a fine artesian well on his
orniinih. vifchlinir water enough to ir
rigate large strawbory beds and an or
chard during tho season. Tho other
day a well, unk on tho adjoining
property, struck tho identical vein of
water which supplied the first, and
effectually chocked its flow. Land
owner No. 1 then instituted Hiiit for
damago for injury to hi woll, while
No. 2 claims that tho woll ho dug, and
which No. 1 considers a injurious, was
dug on hi own proporty and. thoro
foro, was not an injury which No, 1
could ask retires for
The Marchiones of I) is very
proud of her nobility, which roaches
back to the Crusades. Hhc i also
proud of her admirable hand, the
finest, without doubt, In nil I'aris.
Tho other day she gave ono of thoto
marvel to a friend to kiss. Ho could
not refrain from oiithiiJatitml y ex
pressing hi admiration, declaring
that her hand wore tho dlvinost, etc.
"I should think thoy ought to ho,'
said sho "hands thut haven't worked
in tho kltchon for Rvo hundred
A Jfnw .TKiifluy family ato toad
stooln sujijHMiiig llioni lo M mush
room; two olifTilrcn havo dil,am
two more are ahoiit o dlo, hut tho old
folk aro goUins; wU.
Dean & Co.
E. Ii. DEAN, I). WILUCOX
C. H. MERCHANT.
We iiavk Always o.v Hash a Foi.i.
I'oi-iii Otr Sulc.
K OFFKR FOR SLK, X'RRY
cheap, our farm containing
acres, situated on Daniel creek, St iv
miles from the north and south forkx
of Coot river ; 'JO m iv lwttom laml in
cultivation- It ha a small orchard
of 70 two year-old apple trt-r. and a
small fruit garden containing lm
ginmeliorrie , Jhx red cherry and
white xrap' current; 2-ifl blackU-r-rie
and raspUrncs, uul all m
hearing. Alma trawlH'ry patch of
K.OO0 plant of thi flnt-t orU, It i
all under xwkI fence, ami in a high
Mate of cultivation : pleasantly situa
ted iu a giiol uiMghliorhood within h
yard of a school house. Tonus tl tXi
bui'-half cash lo u, balance k unnl.
A lihcral discount will he given for all
txi,.!i. I'or full Mtrticitlar enquire on
tho farm oraddre- box I, Marsh Meld,
Or. llRAVKK t iMVINIt.
.Nutlce of final Proof.
) r. y .Tsm7c oi. a a x
THOMAS id ll'.s'O.V.
HA VINO I.KASliOTlli: DAWSON
htaelmith fhop, iu Marshlleld, I
am proiwtred to do
OSf-A tiling share of patroiiage i
B80T& SHOE MAKER
j tn a lhorvuj(h luauuer and um
rewShi'pon Front Street opitoitelhe
ltoite4r Alarkel. M -tt
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE,
MANL'FACTURKI) TO ORDRR
U. U. l.A.vi QrrtcK. )
Ronnaiao, Or., Aug. V, laTu. $
ATOTICK 1H IIKRF.rh' 0IVKX
! that the followim: namf-d ettlfr
naa illed notice of In iiitriUion lo
mako rioal jiroof m ujrt of bin
claim, and ftecure foul eiilr thrreof
al tho expiration of thirty dajs from
tho data of this imlie, u. A III
Camp, liommleal appliratlon Nn '
iflS, for the SW4 .f NlJt,. Ntt'4 of ,
S Kif, S M of N W i . ami liU t 'i. ,
T 'Jo, S of R 1 1 wel, a ml name th.-
following a his witnessew, ls : S It. i
Cathcart, of t;oo Co , Or., uud James
Richmond of Coot Co. Or.
V. F, ItKXJAMIir,
In the County Ctairt far Coos county,
Oregon, In Probate.
In the matter of the estate of A. 1).
Wiikiik.s, An '(olir has liwn duly
i nail u I iy thealsivenitltle'l C'Hirt, dirn-t-1
log the'tUHlernlxiKtl, ailmhilstrat'if of the l
itilitliiof A. 1). 1jw hws, deceased, lowll I
the ronl estate Iwl'iuinoa l salt estate
to-wlt: It (1 in blm-k I.IoUm" townul
Ruinnur, in Cjionceiuiily, Oreffon, U sat
isfy the debt of aid estate j therefore,
notit'o Is herehv alien, that, in norsu-
1 mice of wild order, I will, on S,VtVlt
! DAY, THK ITII DAY OF oCTollKR.
! h7U, lKtwwn the hHirs iA HoVtoi-k .. m
i iitul 4 iiVIocI: v. v. nl ha lil ilav. at llu,
Coiirlhoiito ilistr In Kmpire City, nfTer
rMiid real oatate for sale at public aiM-tiuti,
tn tho highest hlihlrr for rash.
S. It. fcumiwooi),
Aillnliil-rtrutirn said eatalc
Dated Swiiteiulii-r 1st, 18711.
fiuis iiocsi: has iikr.v in:-
i oiiied thruiiKhoot.
GOOD BEOS AND GOOD BOARD.
.Vo VlltXIUilHIHWS rmphtynl.
f. b. wiNciuyrriiR,
SOLD Ifi ANY
uud at tho
itoselmrp; & Coos y
J. VlAH'Utt Ac o., roirllor.
St.ic will have Coo City vvrru
afternoon (Sunday excepted; on tho
arrival of tliontcamor Coon,
wWihiK lo k l" ItowcburK or any
othor jmrt of tho interior will mako
connection with tho taK by koIiik to
Cooa City on any of tho R.iy Umiiiow,
I.KAVISO 000 CITV TIIK HAMK DAY.
twTiits is Milan to in-: run
CUKA PHUT, IIKSTawl QUICKKST
snuovou i.-vo.ti: .tv
mnkiiiK clono connection with tho
cam and nvnrland HftK-' atfltonohurK.
All hiiMiiioit oiitrmilcd to our caro
will bo atlomlod to with projuptnoM
and security, ...--. .
FARE TO ROSEBURGREDUCED TO 6
Toloratih olllco, Empiro Oily.
ollre of I'lnal I'rour.
U. H. LA.vnOrnoK,
ItoHi.'nuuo, Or.. Auk la, 1S7U
lATOTICK 13 IJBRKIJY CIIVKX
that tho following named settlor
harf hied notice of hix intention to
Jiuikii final proof in miniHrt of It ih
chum, ami miciiro final entry thereof!
at tho expiration of thiity oayii from
the date of thlji uolieo, viz : Uuorm
V. Majory, pro-omptiou det laralory
fctatement No. .'trKj, for tho N'l4 of
HW'H w 151, and VM ofNKH.aiid,
m: d Hi:t.,ec. ii.Tsii, s ofitisi.
woft.aml mimcft the following aa IiIh!
witnouon, vl. : !!. Win. Noil, of (hiott j
county, Oregon, and Camper Mucir-i
haiiri, id Com county, Or.
Wit. F. IJIWJA1U.V,
M uixiif tin i a I'ttriKK Cirv.
JI. V. WHITNIvV, I'ltoniurrou.
A K'mhI aupply of
iii:i:f, i'orw. Mb'rro.v,
and all kimU of
loimtautly on hand Abo a
pod Ktoek of
Sl'l'l'UKD AT 8H0HT X0TICK
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF,
U. fi. Land Orrirts, !
OTICK IH JIKKKIIY OIVLN
that the following named m-llki
iii.t hod not ce ol hi iiilciiliun t ,
make final proof iu itupjMirt of Inn
claim, and annum final entry thereof i
at tho oxpirution of thirty day from
the date of I hi notice, vi, : .Mary .1. 1
(Jaroy, houieidend aiipllcation No.K&'il
for tho of SW'H eu. 17. and NK i
H of HH and lot 1 oo. IH, T JO, H It I
M went, and namim thu following an,
nor wunou'M, viz: . j. iSdnou, or
Curry Co. 0i.,m llohert Walker,
of Curry Co., Oku.
Wm, F. IIbnjamiv,
l2 fw Uogl ,
Centennial World's Fair, J876t
ttntoxneto mniuKntf t na
llluwlU, oIIIMtI ' ' '""w""
iblliUaill.. ,e,t In.irnw.2u ?i
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HANK. " AWAMDfcO THU
Xw ni;lc ml prlcM J u.l ImqmI, hUb tn
In aejwr.M. will, cur ruU,u,. ukV owl
AW for tti 141 tooojr, "
V r. r(irl to p;lnt i fc Mw A.tnU
B, SHOHIHGER ORGAN CO.,
o? t its CHEflTiwr irutr.
Oniiilllf I'ltft, Ottn.
H. II. 1 1 AX A IIP,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
III (iractico In tho vartmii i (
tlflllt ATKMriHK CITY, Ol.X
J NY llAMUTOIf, M
ATTORXEI'A rorXSELUMl AT UW
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
xotauy n Bue a ro.w e. aacei,
t:xr:ur. citv, e,.
(Ntllotlomi hliil othrr bulur '
In my hand, will nx-en roui(t
V. P. WRKIHT,
tr, S.fJHncrul unit I'. S. ;
CtNt'ii.ut t'trv, Dus
Wilt attend to tli"lHiitici,( (tiirT.iritv :
In any utrt ( tho enmity
1'oilivi mMto all urvrvel UiaU f.
lllirlilt ln.nt notice.
iu o. o it i mi non,
AHORSIT iwtoBNSH.mil at iu,
MMl'rif M OtIVtC MOOI
A nhaiv of itibhv putMnagn l itJijrf
fllUy iHeitnl. t Sid
Ttll Ill'tlttllllixU ItMU Oir.lf.U ir rrf
Irti-illll.M, fur edm-aikx! to hv foutHl In U
Cit Rexhui of Saitherti thefiii Tti
Acndeiuy i ifnuluaicd Into ihn lffrl
ment n fit)lnHi'
The I'rlmttry ItrjHtrtmrnl
n wlikll lltlritiMl4i?y IUm,mmiJ
The ttimlnr ttrttrliiiritl.
Hiubrat'hut Ortlnvraphy, llrlit(,
Wrltliii, tlrnwiiiAr, to'iffaphr, IImKj,
1'hynleh; , l'ioollii NM-iK-at I Mii
Ut and iWlhal Arithmela
1'hr .Srnlor lh"jnirhurHt
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eal Ketinoiny, IjIiii, tlhHnrtr Unrir
.ritinoein-, MHfUtA. in.mu'A, irtf
initntitry and mirtevlni;
IiKtrnrtktfi In lhl hranrh u jha
IkMNUeau bw bad fur friii 12 fel
--r wreV with prlliilo htii,lhin whJ fit
till W when reietol piU'lii t iiMt
KHther and lwd lhnfHehc
1'fbiwrY IVMrrtut 1
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renUir . . Ml
Mr. H. M. twhhnrt fropritin
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lnn and tiM-al innloiu
CALL AND SEE US.
T. O. ONVi.T
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