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MAT! KIAV, . Hrpt.m, IH70.
HTI'.l'ltCN ll(MI:iih' l'ltM AllMHIK
tlio licnt fitriiir lii Cimih county, if not
nlixoltitcly nliiMiil of all, In the vnlitc of
it proihictH, Im tluil of Stephen Holers.
ui Coo river. Tim prcnont owner
purehiiKed (IiIh plituo in IH7I from .1,
H. Jhivln. It then coiiNMed of nlioiit
irtnercitof cleurcil land, lliu prlneipnl
pnrl of tlio phico liolnjf unmirveyeil
puhllc Innil. It mitt' iiiiihrncort uhotiL
JlOOnere to whli'li the titlo Inn lieeu
jinrfoctcil, and Mr. Modern lin curried
on the work of elenrintt and inipiovitiK
with Mich riici'Ky Hint liu hn ithoiit
lot) ncien cleared and nil micewmry
Trt form huildliiuH i'oiitniulou in kooh
f.iftylo. Mr. KoKen wnnrnhuiil iiinouK
kSttlte dairy fanim of Now York, and
ihaT' .. . k s i ..a
tbroiiKlil Willi mm ""' pnu-inwi
tfnowlmlKe of that hraueh of frtrmiiiK
rom the flrnt hU attention wm turn-
ted to Initter milking, l whleli he wt
jvpiito Miecemful. In tlio HprhiK '
1878 lie fitted up for rlimwo making,
nttiul mado PXH) pound or over that
t-ycar, thin year he will reach 7,000
iiotnuU. Till Himvo hiw m lar miiii
B readily at Ifi conU per pouml. Mr.
JtoKcrit nleo carnen mi ncnernl mrni
liiK.aud will harvuxl 1,000 hiulieN of
grain thU enon. Hu h an excel
lent orchard, from whWi 1 ,000 to l!,(XX)
lvoxen of fruit are Kthuri'l annually
Ifo in Mill clearing and iiuprovliiKi'
mid U now ruuuliiK u drain ditch
which I 1H feot In depth at iu dop
cut, ThI farm U utookctl with cattle
which their owner claim to he the
hct and e.iMilleit In the county. He
rntovN no calve ntrrpt from '111 !itt
fitiK'k, and takiMeapeoial pain to keep
hi cattle tame. Mr. It. knowx how to
make farming noloulya plenitrtut.hnt
a remunerative hiiidnuj"), oven in thee
dull time. We hope in a few yearn
to ci"" Mich farm more mimnrou in
TMANHFIIIttlK rilOI'llllTV. Oil Tlld-
day of thinwuek, A. I.uw couveyexl
to A K. Vi;in". one lsty fourth of
the iH'lKHincr Htbreen, oiih Rixtwitlli
iiitircH hi the tenuier Cuci ami one
ixtei'uthofiileamvr Sulttllte. If tin
tramtaetion were not liloldwl from ,
Mipic!on hy Hie high ChrUtlan elwr- j
ncu r of M r. Wng-uir, it would 1 pro- j
,..!,. ml mr-L otitrueixiiit aiuinut
b fraud to uniiidlNM iwraud injured
M'-iiiiuu. out cf righu to whieh h my
henulllledhydpfreoof court. A ii
i,'however, il U pruliuhW thai the .'
lire. i will bo "fnl with Mhwiouary
tort,lothe I'ijue Wl.iuda, and the
Sntrtlil will be run in ihevmnp meet
ing and H.ibbHth chod pieiiie trade.
AmiiKSTToTin: Katii: ICook. Wo
ore informed by Captain Cm-roll that
Im U.t ilin Kutlo UiHik aMljtini al thd
Aluca. She hud been chartered by
the Coal Survey, and after iHjmplet
iug her miMion al Aiwa, wan to pro
reed to the I'mpqtitt. She ulrtiek on
u aud pu at the AUua and hroke her
propeller, and still lie luliorc, but i
Hiippoel t Ih) afe. Wo hope noon
to hour that nhc h again lit fororvice.
(iovi: 1'hom OiMt Oaxil Our genial
friend, 't'luiiitni Uirt, occoiiimiiel
by hi wife and family, have gona to
Hun rraui'leo on a viail. They in
tend to iiielude Nh)h City in their
trip, and be gone wvr-ral wok. Mr.
mid Mr. Alf Duller havu alo gunu to
the city on luuin
and to vbit re-
Dr.rtTUiiYKit iiv Kim:. We are in
formed that A. It. Colher liad thu
mUfortuue to hxo a largo amount of
hi Ahleu dried fiuithy thu fliowliie.li
occurred at the Dalle roeeutly. lie
nhipped hi fruit theru koine months
ai;o, miiing that he had ll already
old at a giwd prleo, but (he eontntct
wiw abandoned and the goods Morod,
hero they were eounuiiiedb)' the lire.
additional i.gviiMi;.r&--ttfl are
iiiiormeo y oir. i nvniy, Keeper "i
(lie light liotixo, timi tlio lile saving
elation at tho mouth of the Hay, ha
been lately fin ulhed witli a mortar,
mid Hime fimall IIiiim lobe thrown to
vckxul which may lie in ilitrei. Al
oonie othereiiiiiuionla which had
been before omit ted.
QUKHTION'illLi; KUOTI8M. "The pa-
iuri are full of llamu fight column
after column regular I'olics Gitsttte,.
There in one paper that don't publish
them ; I run that myself." This wax a
part of Mr. Sinlin' argument before a
jury mid an audience lam Wednesday
in a Miit for damage for assault.
Ai.i.owanck Judge Wnt hoii nmde
an older requiring W. A. I.unu to pny
to the Clerk of tho Coin tfl(X) to (lim
bic Mr. Luo to carry on her miit for
divorce, and ulno that ho pay to Mih,
l.une f0 per month for tho Mippoit- of
hornelf and the three yotiuget ehil
drcu, pending the suit.
AintiVKD Tim ..Irrom arrived on
Monday with the following named
jiiuweiigoMi Mr. Woodwind and
family, MeOnnv, D. Wllluox, W. A.
J.u.o, W K. Moore, Mr. Uruvo mid
family, J. C. Hutolliok and Mary .1.
Saii.kd Tho 2Wiir left llil port
Tliuisday inonilng with tlio following
paHifonger llt : A. 1). Hull, W. T,
l.oliiiheir.v Wife,, Dariu Ount mid
wife, Thou lliil and wife, Win, llimt,
Oeo. 8, Wright, ChiiH, Noonao.J, K.
Vanderhurg and John Hharly.
A.voriinu Involuu of tlqijrjuiivod hy
Il. II .I.....'... !,...,! i
,u j'iiihiiji uiiuniMj iiuoi J'i'iiimiiirf
Hunioii'M ArciiiKNT. On Saturday
of lnl wcidt Win. Walker, who wan
woikliiK In HlvenV InKitliiK camp on
Mouth hIoiikIi, wan struck hy a rolling
lojj mid narrowly ooawl MngrrttHli
ed to death. He mi hiully hurt, ami
ilill uimhlo to perform lit unual
Oitikiikmiiii'. On Monday, Chan ()
Ho, l'olor Hear and Andtow Voter.
hoii, wiiio admitted a olflr.oim of tlm
United Hlnte, In the Olrcult Court,
iijmui proof of roKldence, ood moral
A n.tiHiiiTisii of II. II. llarrott died
at old Uinpqua City lt wnck.
David Wilcox, of ihc firm of K. II.
Dean A Co,, In on tlio Hay.
Tin: ,SiW 11111 undorKoliiK ro
pair, and the Coat rum) up Coo river
in her place.
Mit. AuriiMniirrii.of Jacksonville,
i on tho May vIhHIiik hor sinter, Mr.
I ZiKler, nl Umpire City.
Tin'. Ihtnmn win har-hound in the
Kluidaw river, wlilflli account for her
lato arrival at, thl pott.
Joiix Ki.i.uwiv, ono of Capt. Tark
or' orow of work-mun arrlvml hy the
A I'I.iuhant rty wn rIvoii on
Thursday ovoiiinc, at Jordan' hall,
in Htnplru City.
Mn. McKsmiiTand hor daughter
raunie, will o to hookliii; 01a, on a
viMt to relation, next week.
MnH. (Jait. (!av: and family, of
Kmplro City, returned ly tho Areata
from Halt I-VaiicUco, whoro they have
been on a visit.
Lir.iT. Vavko ln nearly complot
cd the required mirvoy lnidethi
harbor, mid will oon ho ungated in
tlio work out on tlio cape.
Salmon have commoneod to run in
the Hay, and Harry Uravr ha heon
rapturiiiK Mini" for the local markut
during the preiuiul week.
A nuiKT mill inlHiinj: pjit up on the
wist fork of the north fork of the Co
quille, hy a man tunned Dean wo
Tun funeral of Mr, I'mko, which
took pluee at the wademy huildinR
lt Sabbath, wiw larjtely niloU
Mr. 0. Davli oniciatml, no clergy-
mn ImjIuk prftMmt.
W. 1. Whioiit, will won commonr-
wl mirYcyinjf on Tn Mile, and will
iproUWy eompll the surrey reqnir-
ml by the etleni there, this fall
A. It. Coli.vi: recelvoilby the lout
lomer, oun of the Kelly ,fc Coin fruit
drying mwhltiea. whleli he will put
up at hU place on Coos Hivor.
Tun atiMiiier Punmn, Capt. Carroll,
arrived y,terday with four whito
.and thirty MuiigMlwneoger-thM
latter IkmiiiU for tho Kllontliurg can
W. 0. WmiiTitK will move hi lot
and shoe Hon into Kerry A llailcy'
new Imlldliig adjoining the nitueo
Hottil; the removal will probably be
made next week.
Me. 1'ai.mmu, widow of the lato Dr.
I'nlmor of Hnelurg, hai Wen pend
lug a few day at Umpire City, for tho
luiir-fltot her health. She returned
home by Wodinluy'Uge.
!. SaiBY, mother oJ Mr. Dr.
Mackev, of I'.midre Ciiy, and Miit
'MafiJ. ffoin l.akeHirt, CaHforiiia. nr-
rtkod bv wav of tho Coo Hay ason
Himd, ynHcrday ; they uro guwta of
Dr. Mucky'a fmily.
ll.iw It. S. STK.viiAN.of Allrnny, ar
rived on tlie Hay lut Monday. He
came by the way of (Jardner and wa
n little lKihind time. Hut ho had tho
oxtruineeonmdation of killing a fine
door on hi trip from Seoltburg to
Mr. D.O ant mul W. T. I.ehnhcrr
of theCoiiiillle. accompaulod by their
wive, worn naxmiiKcni for California
i , , r;,u,fo rMnlr. The latter
,-...,--. .-..- ir ,
travel in Southern California for
hU health, and Mr. and Mrs. Omit will
upend the winter in Tularo county.
Wi: rocoived another contribution
to tho "agrioultural department" on
Thursday, in tho tdiapo of a botiijh
from one of MoKuight'a plum tree,
containing lfsl beautiful plum; the
twig waa only about ),' inch in ilium
utur. Tito fruit that wai packed ujoii
thU limb, wiw Mmply astonishing,
.Myrtle Point Items.
Weathor delight ful, but very warm.
Tlie thormomuter reached uluuty
six on Ihoild averyoxtrometompor
atuvc for thii locality.
Thruiihing maohinca liavo com
menced operation iiv tho upper part
of the Coquille country.
Chinamen uro gradually lonvlug tlio
South Fork mi no, nut finding mines
that will j notify them all in remaining,
"1'rof" Oiilllth, who U known on
tlie Hay, Ulieio peifoimiug hUhleiKhl
of hand tricko; aUo Mr. ChiUon m
I mio lepuiring watcher etc.
Mr. Darin Cant and wife huvo gouo
to Cnlifornlii for thu benefit of the
health of the latter. Alo W. T.l.uhu
horr and wife wo hope to boo them
nil hack with improved health.
At Katport, tientemhor Tit
uf-Typho-iiiohirlal lovor, Mr.
Pnni ...TT At 1.,,,,., Ic,. ..
Sentemhor filh 1870,
"'' """' ""VV, ..
Coquille City I Uie. l
Wo Imvoii reiijierlii our nelglibor
hooil. Mr. QiiIk f tho ownor,
"Till" Vowcll ay that if it had
been a boy, it would have mlded one
to ltcpuhllc.au miijoriiicf in the future.
Mother and daughter doing well.
Itev. J. Hell and wife, Itova. Miller,
Klyn and Htohl, ,Mr. Hireinorc and
wifu of Joi'jrliiiio, and other ladle
mid gonllomon of Cocpiille City.apoiil
a few dayatlii week at Haudon, tho
"Img Hraneh" of Oregon, and ramo
back much )iteaed with their trip.
Tlio eight year old noil of a Mr.
JaekHon, recently from California,
wan thrown from a horonnd recuivod
Mich injtiriof that lie died in n short
time ; the (incident occurcd on tho Jtd
near Mr, May' place, on Cunning-
ham Creek road, where tho jmrontH
werotopping. Ahotitayoar ago, in
California, Mr. Jaokeion lout four chil
dren, by illpthrriu, within a week.
Wo havu been having vory inter
rliug religion meeting for the jmsl
weok,.coiiilii(!lwl ly tho ltov. J. Hull
Miller, Stohl and Klyn, of tho M. K.
Church South, ltov. Willi, of the
mi mo denomination, arrived hero the
nth, and preaehed in the evening.
On Sunday evening next will h held
the hint of ttiuco norvicon for a timo;
when tho final onIaught agatnl iti
mid the Devil will bo madu in tlii
plnee, for tho present. The gentle
liien are all able xpeakerc, and we
hope they will favour u by coming
again aoon a convenient.
Mr. Jonopli Dame roturned tho Oth
from a trip to Kuatern Oregon. lie
ay tho country in a good in every
particular an had been dccrihod to
him. There aro plenty of claim to
bo had, and tho land in nn good for
wheat raising a any ho ever wiw;
wheat U telling at .10 cento per buhel,
owing to dilllcuiticf. Ho wiys time
aro a dull every where that he ha
boon, a they aro horo, and in many
place more to.
The writer wishw to inform Ihe por
miii or paraoiirt who claim that jhui-
thor living on tho trail nearMr. Kout'ti
place, that if over it overtake him
ami ho hat timo, he'll kiiliu
Mr. Klliot of San l'mncuteo, haft
Imeu in town a few day tlii week, on
Tho M itMe Snapi and Dyer from
Marlifle!il, mo on a viit here, gueAU
of Mr. Nuek.
The Circuit Court for thin county,
Hon. J. V. WaUon, proaliHng, tnitii"
acted the following biiiiio:
U.ll. I.iiffl v II. HrewHter, ootitin
ued for service.
Sronfe t McCraui v Henry Miller;
Wilmonling t Co. va J. T. Jordan .t.
T. . Cookrell v Ferry & Hulley;
C. W. Sanford v II. W. Sanford;
;ile of land confirmed and oaut con
tinuml. It. II. Cammann n T. M. Hermann
ct al; sale of land confirmed.
II. II. I.uw v Geo. W!on: hhlB-
ment foridaintitrby default.
H. 11. Cammann v H. Klliott;
judgment for plaiutill' by default,
11. II. Cammann v A. It. Sclinwl
or; dUmistod by ntipulation.
11. H.CamuiAuu vn.MrOlonc; con
tin lied for service.
Marv .1. lViidleton v J. M. Pendle
ton ; dimiMed by plaiutill.
1) lCroiieubiirg va Win. I'dor and
wife; venlict for plgntiir, ?l.'.
J. W. Houuett.ainiiitrator of
of F. KrankvaJ.M Dai
Oilbcrt Hall v Win. McCrimllo;
continued for orvico.
Wnt. Hilliard v John Norman;
judgment for plaintiff by default.
HO'-onbaum it Co. v Kerry A Uailev ;
judgment for plaiutill'$S.!
Tlio. Walker v John Norman ;
nolo of land confirmed.
K. W. Uotty vs H. U. Harrott ot al;
sale of land conilimcd.
11. P. Whitney ot, al v D. L. Wat
dou ot al ; hale of laud continued.
Kmerxon A HayM va K Poploton et
al ; decree to quiet title, granted.
It. II. Cammann vs John Smith ;
dee rue for plaintiu" by stipulation
K. It. Dean t Co. va L. Laughhorn
ot al ;
Win. Hilliard va Job Angel; fore
closure continued for Morvice.
J T Moultou va I) Drew : foreclos
ure dcoroo by default.
Augiifltn Scale v K It Dufly ot al ;
continued for service.
Wm Woodward fc Co v 1) McKay ;
CW Tower v Ann Flanagan; sale
of laud continued.
S S Mann, mluiinislrutor ut nl vs
Ann Flnimgim ot nl ; continued.
Coquillo lllack Snnd Co vs Y M
W A Lubo v M l4 IhiBhnoll ; con
tinned. l'livot Dean va Jna Counts ot nl;
C H Wagon Hoad On y Coos coun
ty ; transferred to l.inu county.
'lhos Walker vs John Norman and
Dora Noiman; continued. 0 V
Kuise v W A I .it mi ; refer roil to 1 Haok
or to take testimony. John Ahern
Vrt Ohtia Wheeler elal ; contimiod.---C
W Tower a Ann Flanagan; di-
miiMul. Stale of Oregon vs Win
and I.Unio Udor; leeognuauce. Not
a truo hill.' State of Oiogou va M
(llouu ; iceogniitaueo. Not a true bill.
Slate of Oregon va Kmma Lower ;
rouogiiixnuco. Charge ignored.
A Wahiiinoton letter to tho Jack
sonville Wins hiivs tho swamp lands
to which Oregon is entitled iirv being
listed and patoutod iu rapidly as pos-iblo.
A Few iflnti lo MlnMrrn or Hip Houpcl.
"There aro men not ten miloa from
(lii place who dare not come to
church for fear of ldug eonvcrlod;
nud men in (hi town who are not
here to-night, who are oiling liquor,
and for what 1 know, toaling."
Tlio nbovequotfltlon I from a cr
mou prffAchod hy it Mcihodil mini
tor at Coquillo City, Satuiday even
ing, September fith, Why did ho not
add : for what 1 know there aro Hioko
who give or soil boer by tho keg lo
mlniMer of tho (JopM, and keep it
whore Ihoy can help thoinndve when
thoy feel so dlnpoied? "
Mr. Kdltor, iIoom tho ltov. gontlo
man forgot that llila ia freo eoinitry?
Doo ho forget that the day have
pnmcil when a jiriowt of any (Icnorni
iialionraucompol the atteriilanco of
any one? Doo he think that the un
just lAiiguagc in the above quotation
will tend to induce Hie attondanoo of
thow to whom it won applied? Doe
ho over lake the trouble to think that
many of those who do not attend
eliiich are bift pcor intellectually, and
in argument could drive him to tlio
wall, if "that is nomethlng wo have
a right to inquire into." Does ho
nottco a streak of egotiim in the firnt
pari of the quotation, implying that
lie could convert them if lliey would
come and hear liimt Men who have
heard exhortcrs whoc powers arc as
much ubovo bin, a his aro above an
idiot. Doc utich language tend to
tho good of any penwu or community,
or to the cause of any sect who advo
cate it? Wb think not; and believe
woneod not go otiUideof Coos county
lo Mow that tho reverse is true.
Lot ii take, for instance, tho church
at Empire City. We remember when
it HcaU woro pretty well filled on
Sunday evening; a good jwrtion of
whom were not profiaorof religion,
and who contributed liberally for itt con
itruetion. look ut it now! There
aro no pretention1! towanl religious
service in Umpire City. Why u it?
Hocauie of the unathema-i hurled at
those who did not tlwire to become
christians, or had a belief peculiar to
their own creed; thoy who built at
leMt two thirds of the house at that
Let u take for another inttUnee,
Marshfleld. In times pns-t religioub
Mrvire wre well attetuletl ; but now
there are m fwv who Attend religious
enrice in that plnca, that the Meth
odit Conference doe not (wo pre
sume) deem it justifiable in apjioint
ing a prearher for that place, and it a
town of fiOO inlmbiUiUa.
Thin decline can only bo attributed
to intMnierate language ul by tho
resident divine. Now, Mr. IMitor,
having these ilhutrAtion? before up,
wo uo our humble crTorU against the
demorilizatiou of our community, re
ligiously snking. Religious ervic
oi bring our citUenn together from
one to three timos a week, professors
of religion and nonprnfeors ; and if
conducted projwrly area louofit to all
who go, to aoine in om way, to some
in Another. Mot every person like
to hoar goodiq nuking, mid our preach
ers rc, aa a general thing, able speak
on. We like to hmo a man indopen-
dent And apeak just what he believes
to le true, and convert other to his
view. if lie can. This we Itelievc to
be hi privilege and right; can ho not
be liberal enough to grant others the
MiniHers of the gopol have a great
influence in a comniunity for cither
good or bad. Hy liboral mid temper
ate instruction they oau cement, m
to speak, a peoplu together; but by
abusing tluttcwhodonotbolievc their
particular doctrine, thoy can and do
pit friend against friend, neighbor
If the writer i over induced to go
forwanl to the bench of repentance, ho
will do mi bv sound and kind argu
ment, and not hy insinuations that he
may lie a liquor doaler or perhaps a
thief. Whieh course thoy will pursue
in our little town, time will toll.
Coquillk City, Sept. 8th, 1679.
KmnAV, Sent. 5,
Bcow tfhr Orn?er Hnmnhr.'y, a tUys
Suxiuv, Sept. 7.
Bh Oemeoer, Mtll,7 Jny troin 81' to
SullitHl Cel Co.
JlnmUr. Sopt 8.
StrAKaU, Holt, ti io.urfromBT pa auJ
ihJk to K SitietUr .t,
8tr Alv Pniif H. Oiirroll, 4 ttays (rem As
lortu ml ) (wtW p wm iuiuo to 1'rcJ
?ent OTinr Kosrlcs Hill, Umpqua,
'' It Str'UuuleTt'lftilr, Duller t
' l'J- Mr Alex Duncan, Curroll Oretot lit
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
IJ.NtTKD SrATW L.VNI1 Okfiok.)
ltoNKHt'i:u, Scpt., 1S70. V
IvrOTlCE IS HB11R1JY OIVEN
that the following named bottler
has tiled notice of his intention to
make Jlnal prool in support of his
claim, and Kwure ilnal outry thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from
the date of this notice, viz : Aaron
III ,,n....... --t -....0w .w ,. .-M., ......
uaiiiua the following ns his witnesses,
viz: C. W. Fletrhar.of Coos county,
Orsgon, nud ('. W. Sanfonl, of Coca
Cory, pre-emption ueoiarmory uiaic
nioiit No. :itUU. for tho W of 8WM
of boe. 8,iuid NWf,of NWi4 soo. IU.
!..'!' .11 ..ulli ,if llllll'n IO unci mul
W.M. V. llU.NJAUlK,
1 37 3ft
In Ihe County Court of the Htntn oJ
Urt(ion,jor lliccoun'yof (Jurry:
In tho matter of tho estate of Mich
iel Fox, deceased : Citation s
To all tho licit if any there bo and all
other person interested in said citato :
You aro hereby notified that Wil
liam Ticheti'ir, administrator of said
estate, has filbd a petition in the nlnivc
entitled court lor an onlcr lo sell the
real oroperty of said deceased, to pay
the debts and expenses of administra
tion. Therefore, in tlio name of the State
of Orogon, you and each of you arc
liorcoy cited and required to appear
In tho above entitled court, at the
court house in Kllcnsbiirgin said Cur
ry county, on tho 17th day of October.
A.D. lK7y. at 10 o,c!ock a.m. of said
day, and show causo, if any exist, why
tlio property mentioned in said pcti
tionshouhl not be sold, to-wit: The
NWJf of KKii, KWK of HE&, and
lots 1, 2, 3 and -I of sec, 8, township 35,
noil th rangot M west, WilLMcr., and
also all the right title and interest of
the said Miclucl Fox, deceased, in and
to a certain bond for a deed to the fol
lowing described adjoining property,
to-wit: Commencing at a point on
tho north line of sec. 8, in the south
west quarter of the northeast quarter
of said section in township 35, S It 14
V.t at a point due north of a pine tree
10 inches in diameter, and marked W;
thence south to the north bank of Eu
chrc creek, thence easterly up said
creek to the first bend ; thence south
to the south lino of said 40 acre tract,
thenee west to tho southwett corner
of said 10; llicnco north to tlie north
west corner of said tract ; thence cast
to tho place of beginning.
And you will tako notice that if you
fail to appear and show cause as above
required, an order will be made di
recting tho administrator to tell said
Published in the Coast Mail for
four consecutive weeks, by order of
Hon. Dcloa Wood ruff, County Judge.
IJ. F. Ross, W. It, Sivrsos a D. Hou.isn
and provision of all kinds
w.'l'J at the lowctit
DELI VEItJSD ai any point desired
C3?We keep nothing but thebcsUcg
and insure r.itisfaction.
IlnADQUAKisns R. A; R., B. B. C,
Myrtlk Point, On.
The Rough and Kendys' of Myr
tle Point challcnco any base ball
club in Coos or Curry counties, to
nlttvn "FRIENDLY" ennie of base
hall on October 2d, 1S79. on their
grounds at Mvrlle I'omt. Game to
bo called at 1 :S0 v. jr. Tliis chal
lencc is open to all club? in the
aforesaid counties, exclusive of the
Coquille City Nines'; we having
previously challenged them, which
challenge they declined to accept, on
the ground ot our not being "Ull
UANIZEI)." We would respectful
ly infonu all clubs that our Captain
lias liecn to the Bav and has been
legally "organized .,l
For further athletic sjiorts vee rc-
Tcr you to Mic ad.oi tue harvest nail
to b given at Myrtle Point on Oct.
2d, 1S79. Clamc Mii.i.ki:,
Captain R. it R.
NASBUBG & HIRST,
Front Stheet, MARSiinEtn, Oc.v.
TEW GOODS UY EVERY STEAM
X or; keep coiutantly on hand in
our largo ami comniouiotis store, a
well selected stock of
eonsitMiig of tho best staple and fancy
of all kind, tho choicest
. IUjIUCE STOCK Oil
HATS and CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
RUBBERS and OIL CLOTHING,
SLIPPERS and OILCLOTH
CROCKERY and GLASS
Cigars and Tobacco,
CVTLKJiY, WOOD ami
" Aivxa uoBxaxiv
OurcxteimivoBhowcascs aro tilled
wich the finest
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
N. It. All goods purchased at our
Storo will lie delivered freo ot chargo
at tvuygpoiut on tho routo of tho
etcaniox Myrtle. vM-tl
Keep constantly on linnel, and offers for piiIo ft superior nrliclo of
LAGEfi BEER, ALE AND PORTER,
OLm ALE AM) RETAIL.
myiimi ix sci runn wiTimiE choicest iwAxns of
WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
J. ESTEY &
No. ISO Front View.
Onr new Organ, expressly designed for Sunday SckOol
Chapels, etc, Is proving a
Bo snro to send for fall descriptive Catalogue feefece
pnrcuasingr any other.
M LARGEST WORKS (OF IHE NUD) Oil THE W
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