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THE COAST IUAIL.
ORGAN OF COOS CO.
- Oct. it, iH?e.
VonUonllarj Tor Lire.
The (food Time Ceralng.
That Coos Bay is, xvitli each suc
ceeding year, becoming more widely
know abroad, nnd recognized aa
pomothing beyond n mere plnce, is
n fnct that minus a bono in tlm
brenst of the nvcrago ''Coosito" nnd
established liim more firmlv ijt his
belief that Coos liny will, somo day
not fnr distant, bo a. rivnl of the
mpst flourishing citv of the const
north of tho Golden "Gate. The old
pioneers, who braved the perils of
tho wilderness and hewed for them
selves a home out of our dense for
ests, uro fust passing away, but not
ono hns gone who did not cherish
the belief that the shore of our beau
tiful bay would in time bo tho site
of n largo city, and our river banks
would be dotted with farms whose
wealth of fruitful soil would yield a
olden harvest to tho triftv n'nd ill
ustrious farmer. Hut tlie few who
now remain, tliouch crown erav
through hardships of a new country,
have not desnaired. and still hone-
nnd believe that tho-toil of years will
not go unrewarded, and that they
will reaj Uic rich results to whicn
their long labor and unremitting
energy has justly entitled theui.
That our county is rich in coal,
timber, gold, etc.," and possesses ill
tho natural advantaged which tend
to invite tho'industrious immigrant,
is an undisputed fact, but littla or
nothing" has been Known of us
abroad. During all tho lone vcars
which followed tho settlement of
Coos Bay, nothing was known of
us save only as a trading, station,
and an inferior ono nt that. The
monopoly was. and has been for
years, in the hands of the few, and
jt was to their interest to keen us in
the background, givo out the im
pression of our worthlessness, and
thus reap the result of our natural
wealth, which could not be other
wise than lucrative. But now the
pecne lias changed: attention lias,
to some Extent, been lately attracted
to this locality, and wo are now in a
fair way to "prosper. "When the
clouds which now temporarily ob
scure our prosperity nave rolled
array, and the genial rays of ''good
times" descend upon us, we shall
discover to those who know not our
advantages, wealth which resources
only can produce With the ap
proaching improvement upon our
harbor, and tho excellent chance we
t-tnnd in the contest for the harbor
of refuge, we feel assured that a bet
ter dav is dawning for Coos Bay,
and that these who shared the hard
ships oi early settlement will be
amply rewarded in the near future,
by the "'good time coming."
TiiB'annual session"of the Ameri
can veterinary association, recently
held at New York, took stops to mem
orializc Congress to establish a nation
nlbureau of veterinary inspection.
Its osiicciai nuroonc is to bo the stamp-
ingoutof pleuro-pneumonia and keep
in tr foreign countries exactly inform
ed as to tho prevalence of the disease
lit thU country, now reported by the
state officials of 2xew York and New
Jersey to be dying out. This New
York action happens to be just in the
line of the wishes of tho great western
herders, who&e .15,000,000 cattle, or
nearly half of sill in thecountry, feed
over the great cattle belt, which
stretches 3000 miles north from the
llio Grande to Manitoba. It costs
onlv about 3 to fatten a $30-stcer on
thoj-c wide plains, but if pleuro-pneu-monia
once got into the almost num
berless herds the business would be ru
ined, for it would be impossible to
Ptnmp it out. The only danger is from
imported bulls, for this belt exports
cattle-to the infected regions, and the
next Congress will Tecei vc petitions by,
the bushel asking immediate agree
ment on some form of national in
spection and quarantine against plcu-
ro-pncumonia anu oiner imiiiui
cases.- Springfield (Mats ) Hep.
For ninny month tho horriblo mur
der of an inoUburivo old liuly, Mrs.
Barbara Hagar, nt her home, a few
miles nlovo Mllwnnkic, has been tho
subject of goncrnl conversation nnd
investigation in Clackamas county.
Oftlclals and detectives wore busily nt
work night nnd dny solving tho mys
tery. Innocent parties were arrested
.and acquitted, ns tho only means of
clearing tho trail to tho guilty ones.
While Orniehnn, nn old friend of tho
family, was being tried nnd was be
neath n cloud otcireumstnnecs which
would have required but little to sut
tle into absolute crime, nt least in tho
minds of nil concerned. The Ilngnr
testimony enst ilark suspicions upon
him, yet fortunately ho proved his
whereaKmts beyond tho shadow of a
doubt and wai discharged. About
this time James King, who had not
long beforo been liberated from the
penitentiary, was on a drunk nt Or
egon City, and said that he knew who
committed the murder; that it was
Fnirchild nnd Hcrnard. This ho re
pented over nnd over again. IIo was
brought to Portland but not taken in
to custody by Detective Hudson,
where we bolievo after solering up he
denied tho whole statement. A few
days after he returned to Oregon City,
where he was arrested and locked up.
He told whero Bernard nnd Fairchild
were, who, through the instrumental
ity of George LaKoeque, were arrest
ed by officer Thorndyko, on the Sound.
Much speculation was indulged in ns
to the guilt or innocence of the prison
ers, some declaring them to be inuo
ccntbut as many more asserting their
belief that they xYere guilty, as they
wore bad boys and King and Ber
nard hod been iu the penitentiary.
The trial took place. The principal
prosecuting witness was a Mrs. Wig"
gley, formerly wiuow tfennett, ot Sa
lem, and before that a resident of the
forks of tho Santiam. A cloud of
witnesses swore that she had a bad
reputation and that thev would not
believe her on oath. Dozens of other
witnesses were called to prove the
presence of King and Bernard in tho
vicinity of the Hagar house on the day
of the murder, etc.ctc. Tho evidence
closed, the arguments .which were el
oquent on both sides, made: the
judge's chargo delivered nnd the jury
retired, 'llieyxvcic out all night ana
this morning brought in a verdict of
guilty of murder in the second degree,
which means imprisonment in the
peuitentiarv for life. Tlie bearing the
result will have upon the verdict of at
least Fairchild is significant and easily
foretold. From the verdict wo would
conclude that King wns present or in
the vicinitv when the murder was
committed, but did not commit it.
The ono who did commit the horrible
crime will expiate it upon tho gallows.
Bernard and Fairchild will bo remand
ed to prison to await the special term
of court, which will bo called for tho
first Monday in December. Bee.
A Constantinople) correspondent
telegraphs ; It is that nn understand
ing between Greece nnd Turkey Is
Impossible. Warliko preparations are
progressing on both sides. It is the
opinion hero that Austria is obstruct
ing tlie ollbm for nn understanding,
and that in tho event of hostilities she
would immediately occupy Macedo
nia. Prince Lolmnolf Is the bearer of
n project for an alliance belwecd Bus
sin and Turkey. It is rumored that
ltussm is willing to renounce the 80,
000,000 francs ol war indemnity and
to give back some of tho former prov
inces of Turkey in Asia.
B. F. Ross, W. It. Simpson a 1). Hoi.i.AN'n
im: :e jL t s
and proxislons of all kinds
sold nt the lowest
nELimitED tAwwy point desired
X opened throughout.
HOUSE HAS BKKN MB
GOOD BEDS ANDJOOD BOARD,
AV CHINESE COOKS employed.
F. E. WlNl'llESTKtt,
CITATION TO HEIRS,
COX 11,111111.11 t4UOt,
IN MOST OF TllircnXTUM. UOTI'.l.
8S5-Wc keep nothing but thobcsU3
nnd insure satisfaction,
. G. WEBSTER,
BOOTS & jw
If you want an easy shave,
As good as barber e or gave,
Just call on mo at my saloon,
From morn 'till night or busy noon ;
My razors' sharp, my scissors, keen,
M v shop is neat and tow ol? clean ;
And there I think that you will find
Kneh article to suit the mind ;
1 trim the hairWiih skill for gents,
Of course the price is fifty cents ;
Shampooing, too, 1 do that well,
Give me a trial, tU.it will tell ;
So help mo gracious if I make yoU hob
You need not tmv a qunrtor of a dollar.
P. S. Hot nnd cold baths always ready.
18tM . ,
Jii tho County Cnmf ' the Stnlr
In the matter oftho elate of Mien
ivl Fox, deceased i Citation'
Toall the heirs If any theie he and all
other persons Interested in said eshue :
. . t ..- 1 it ..il 1 lilt t Wll
v tn iinini liiiimi'ii Mill, ii
Ham Tlehenor, ndininiHrator of said
estate, hns tiled n petition In the nboe
entitled court for nit older to cell the
real jiropeity of said deceived, h ly
the debts nnd expenses of adnunUtia-
t'lon. ... ,,, . .
Therefore, in the name of the htnto
of Oregon, vou and earh of oit mo
hereby eileil anil requite" '" "i'i" '"
in the above entitled court, at the
court house in Klleiibitrg!n said ( ur-
ry countv, on the 17th day of Octobei.
A. D. 18ii. at 10 o,eloek A.M. of said
.mihmuwi"I" ' Li1 " '""' "i' -'---V
OTK'i.lHheivby glo" thai by vlr-
( too ohm execution Issued out of
,,. iVo C0lmty.com. ' v rry "
Oivisnn, n Hie nil ' i-""'
t" to me directed and delixerrd.
m, V.n. iil.mi me In rollecl the dellii-
, 'd , for llii- .M-nv m, l.v leyy and
have levied upon the follow
M-lllH-ll 10t IK10H "-rrVrlSTH ti
ll. Tii'lieiior foi the wild year IHiS, ti
v t The southwest iiimler f 'C
,iiint ler ii scetiuii seven, () townsh m
I C vlw(.0W)iutlitiinRotttyhe( J!)
the umthweshiuailerol section
OWIISIII I IIIIIIJ
lu ..III V-I'lllllt.
.i ,. In 1. 1 en until
soillll ruiiH'" "' ; . ,.
. .. , ii... .....il.i.n.i iiniiliir 1)1 M'
hail Ol ine linn"""-- m"'"-- ,
I I lilt Mil I ll I'Wl llllllli'i "
I'll, uiiii iiiv..- - . ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
C. II. (IOIilKN,r.I).
('. W. TONVICK, M. I).
M Misiiciiii.n, Oiimio.v.
: iwni iimi. uini ov !" ,
day, and show ciuw, U any e.xi,- , m northwest iiumter section ten, lot
tho pioperty mentioned in wuil j ; l ' ' llul(.llsi q.inrtn; nm
tionshould not Im sob , to-w.l i 1 ' n",t ,,.. quiulei of thesoitthwos
NVi4 of XI 4, XW'4 "I B ,. and u ,' ;,,,,,,,, liml ltl ami
lots 1. 2. il and -I of see. 8, township .U , l ' ' ' . ., . ,,. ... , u, thiee
uni, rn iH'ii 11 WL-st.W 11. Met., ami ' " VVV. " . J.',illii ..mnior of
:.i: nllTl.rSal.t tttlnnml iulcresl lit -IT Oil "'" " flw .....I
nini mi ! f-- -.---r . t .
Dean & C&
E. B. DEAN,
UATE ALWATS OS HlMD FOU.
I from Fan I
pleto stock of i
Francisco with a com-
everv thing in my line
ready made boots and shoe, etc.
BEST MATERIAL ONLY USED,
Livery &Fccd Stable,
n... u.,;.i xi:,.ii,i.l Kn.ilii(iasod.iii ami
fo a certain bond for a deed to the fol
lowing described adjoining pioperty,
to-wit: Commencing l " lM"t on
the north line ot see. 8, in the Miuth
west quarter of the northeast qunrtcr
of ssid section in township 'X, S U II
W., nt n point due noitltof a pine tree
in Minium iii iliiinioti-r. and marked i
ii,,.,.n.iiiili lothiMioith bank o( Kti
ehro creek, tlienco easterly up mid
creek to the Hist bend ; thence south
tothe south line of said 10 nero trnel ;
thence west to the sotithwct corner
of said 10; thence north to tho north
west corner of snid tract ; thence east
to tho place of beginning.
And you will take notice that if yon
fall to appear ami show cauo us aboxo
require", an order will bo made di
recting ho administrator to sell said
Published in the Coast Mail for
four consecutive weeks, by older of
Hon. Dclos Woodrull', County .ludge.
section ion; nm. - m ,,
oat half of southeast qunrtor ami ol
four section lllleen, lowusiup ".
thieo.-oUthiannolUteon west, situa
ted in Curi.v coiiulj, Oregon. Ami i
will, on the
UAHi t.V ol OoJotirr, lSi,
Atonooolock in the afternoon of snid
i dav, at the coin l house dooi in i.ueiis
I burg, sell said mnporty.m the
I light title nnd interest of Hie 'ill
I .lulia 1 1. Tieheiior theielo. or so iiiucli
thereof as will satisly mo sum m r---
"!i taxes line inerenu iur imo,
.,.,.;., ,..,.u in tho hiuhost ami
biddei for cash in htutil.
Dated at l-:ilnnburg, Oregon, bepl
iltli 1711. A. II. MooiiK.
Sherrtrof Curry county, Or.
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE,
Wc hax-o lately built a first-das'
Stable on Pine street, nnd have Horses
to biro at all hours. Hauling done at
short notice. "
MANUFAOTIIUKD TO ORDEU
SOLD l?l ANY QUANTITY DESIRED,
and at thu
LOWEST LIY1XC PRICES.
An Adrian, Mich., special gives par
ticulars of an accident which occurr
ed on the county fairgrounds in that
city this afternoon. About 2,000 peo
ple had assembled on a newly erected
trrand stand to xvitnes the afternoon
races, when the center of the gtaml j
stand gave way with a crash. '1 he
front part fell outward and tho b;ick
fell into the rix-cr, precipitating a mas
of people among the ruins, ork
was begun at once to extricate tho dead
and wounded. The opera house was
opened and many of tho dead and
wounded, as fast its they were taken
out, were conveyed there. Many of
the injured were taken away by their
friends, so that tho actual number of
iniured cannot be given. As far as
known, forty-fix-e persons were wound
ed. The killed arc : M. At. iiercir, oi
Adrian. John Hubbard, of Jasper,
If ich.. two Ik)vs about twelve years of
age, named iiydcand Moshcr, David
Plumadore, of'Pctersbtrrg, Mich.; aged
eighteen, and William Mulzcr.
NAS8UBG & mes
Frost Strelt, Maushkiklp, Oos.
ATEW GOODS HY EVERY PTEAM-
cr; keep constantly on hand in
our largo and commodious) store, a
well selected stock of
consitsing of the best staple and fancy
of all kinds, the choicest
A S D
WOI'ier. is hereby siuii tli.it by Ur
ine of an execution is-uod out of
iln. ('mintv Court of Currv coiintx , Or
egon, on the 1th day of Hoptoiiibor. A.
nniiniinuim me io niuai
Totk'i: is HKitr.ui uivi-..
that ! irlur ol an execmum
. r .1... ii......li. I j,lli-t ill
issued oiu oi uu' vii,i v.-,....
t'tirrv eounti , Oregon, on the Ith ilnj
of September. A. I). IST'.t, Io modi
rixtf.l and delixored, coiiiitiiindlng
me to culled the delinquent taxes
fiom the overnl persons therein nam
ed, for the onr A. D. Ih7., by ley
and sale of their properly according
to law. 1 have Imiod upon ihe follow
ingdtenlMd real pronorty nosed
to.lollll II. W-Ott.lorwiuyi'ar ifio.,i-
O. 1S7U, eommamiing me io .one, . TlieiiorUu'H-liiiinHirofN.H-Uoii
the delinquent luxe, from the -even.! , ' " A ,,! vt(. W)
persons therein named, or the e... , ; ' ' . ,.J j,, j,,,,,',
l87S,l.y evy ami sale of their yut- j ','-"!;;,,,, kui of Oregon.
t acconling to law, I limp loued up- ( ' VV ' , .' ?.,
on the following deserilHHl n-al prop- And 1 will,,, lie
erty aes.-cd to Scott C. Nash, for the ..!!. ,t.,. l lit.lMr, A. B. 1H?I.
venr 1S78. to-wit: The southwest tat one o'eloek in the allot noon ol
W. P. A Nf 11-21,, M. 1).
PHYSICIAN anu SURGEON,
Coijitutc :ith u
H. II. llVZ.Mil), .1. W- Waxiii.tom,
HAS.AKI) ,v HAMU.TON',
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAV
Will prnetlee In the Mirious cotirli
oiiti i: ati;mimiii:citv, Oos.
cr. im:. siOLiiisr.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
DIIMIIK ITV, Ofi.V.
Collivtiotirt iimi other biislnestt iul
in my blinds, will ruclxo prompt Un
V. V. WIlKiHT,
U. S. JlhH'Mt ami ". .V. ';"
CogriM.i: Citv, Oos.
Will attend to the biwliiiiwi of wine) lig
inaiiv imitof the oMtiity.
lVrfnt iiutH,of all siirveye,! lands, fur
itinheiliit short linliiC
Col; BnnKAKD, writing from Squaw
Creek, Idaho, solves the problem.
IIo has been on tho hostile' trail, and
that's all. Ho says: From reports,
ubout eight Indiaushad stolen about
CO horses in the Weiser and Indian
Valleys, The citizens followed them
nnd iot hack 13 horses. The Indians
then divided into two parties; one go
ing toward Ing vaiieynuu wie uimir
coming on to the headwaters of Squaw
Creek, where they camped, killed a
bepf.-and were drying the met wbon
a boy from the valley, who was out
looking after hU etock, waa shot, re
turned homo and reported the whoro
abotit of the Indians. Mr. JBaird and
wight men wont out frpm their camp:
capttircd'all tho stock, .22 head o
horrfea, nnd all the camping outfit of
tho Indians, who they said escaped to
llio brush. To-day (Sept. 10 10 J
moved to thjs place, where I find m the
iiaok train with 20 days' provisions.
I will wout tho country as effect ivelj
as I can with my siock ; w j
horses having given out beforo 1 reach
ed this point.
A ruoviPENCE special to the World
Pays that ex-Gov. Sprague has dncided
not to recognise tho -Mrs. Snraguo
trustee. Ma will hold Cononciiet as
far' as tho law allows for her perbonal
bonellt.but will surrendor to Mrs.
a"...L .utfLnntilnlllV and Without
reserve, whatever she proves to bo her
own. Tho remainder ho will hold for
Iho benefit of the Snraguo manufac
turing company. Thus ho antagoni
xcTofiafco '.tho tru-toe of the Sprague
"tato! Ho denounces Mrs. Spragno'
trustee and her lawyers . iw coww
i n.winfnnB in bring uu action
nsaliVat them- This attitude xv
iimvo aiinoving to Mrt. Spraguo, who
wiTl have 6figitlith her husbaml
an OhniroewliodUIIke lior gicatly.
riiou n rTaiinotbo sottlcd without
' ?h"?lltiKXn,Hl !,.lowl imr
ttttf vra ... lltc ol ilistttion.
The Fortland Standnrd, whoso edi
tor Mr. A. "oltner, visited this coun
ty in company with Senator Slater,
comments favorably up onthc resour
ces of this region, and the Coquillo
country. Hi article closes with tho
following: If tlie rivers and bays on
which the coal, agricultural and tim
ber wealth of Coos county are located
were improvd so that 'aborting
would be practicable, thcro is no rea
son to doubt but that section would
become one of the richest and most
prosperous in our State, and add mil
ions of dollars annually to our wealth,
of which Portland would receive her
full share. Wo were astonished at tho
great undeveloped resources of fliis
country, and we trust that whn wo
have seen will enable us to draw the
attention of the public to the condi
tiouand wantsoftho people in that
section, in the future.
The State Fair, which openod at
tho Society'B groundn at Salem, on
,l1th instant. clo3ed yesterday.
The exhibition in the various de
partments is said to have been good,
but tho inclemency of tho weather
,llwl.a atntul ill tllO WttV Ot tllO
,.i.;i.w;,.n in n financial point of
view. A great effort woh inado to
induce Gen. Grant to make his viBit
to tho Stato during the Fair, but,
owing to other engagement?, ho was
comiTelled to delay hiH dejinrture
for Portland till the 9th. It is very
seldom that tho weather proves eo
uniformly disagreeable for tho en
tire term of tho Fair as has been
the case this year.
A T.AKOE STOCK OF
HATS nnd CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
RUBBERS and OIL CLOTHING,
SLIPPERS and OILCLOTH
CROCKERY and GLASS
una va k:bsbiks,
l'B'-IVA H5E: h1
A1E.1C 3 riBTBO."V.
CUTLERY, WOOD und
Our extensive show cases are .tilled
wish the finest
MILLINERY AND JAHCY GOODS.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
X, B. All goods purchased at our
Storo will be delivered free ot charge
... nnv nninl nn the rOUtO Of tllO
Kosebura,- & Coos Bay
.B. Cf.I'H A: Co., B'roprltorr.
Stages will leave Ows City every
afternoon (Sunday evceptcd) on the
arrival of the steamer Coos.
wishing to go to Ho'cbitrg or any
otlier part of the interior will make
connection with the stage by going tj
C003 City on ijny tho liny sUainers,
LKAVI.VO COOS CITYTIIK 8.VMK DAY.
wTrrs rs fovsh to be the
CIUJA I'EST. BEST and QUICKEST
OF ALL ROUTES.
B'BIIEOSrUEI ISO.W. DAV
making clo)C conncetion with the
ears and ocrland stages at Roscburg.
All business ontmsted to our cure
will bo attended to with promptness
and seen ri I v.
FARE TO ROSEBURGREDUCEDTO S6
F.iuh passenger allotrtdSOV, olxnjijaijr.
Telegraph olliee, Kinpire City.
miartcr of section twelve in towiKlup
thirtv two, (il-') south of range tlnr
teeii "(I!-) west, in Curry county, Oie
gou. And I will, on tho
J.'tltttiiy ofOrlolHT, 1S7U,
At one o'eloek in tho nftenioon of
said dav, at the court house door in
Klleiifliurg. sell ".lid propertv, or wi
much thereof as will satisfy tliu uni
of Jf7.U0 taxes asstwaed thereon to the
said Scott C. Nash, sor tho said year
1878, together with the costs and ox
penses of making such sale, to the
highest and best bidder for cash in
Dated at Kllcnsburg, Oiegou, feejit.
0th, 1870. A. U.MiHiUK,
Sherid" Curry county, Cr.
...i.l .Int. ill. Ill I'Olirt llOlliM Hour in
KlIi iiliiir, n'H snitl pnipertx. ur a
iimch iheniitn will satify the Mini ,J
?7. taxes nKeMwil then-oii to imhI
i..i... n . ., r..r uniil vear 1S7S. to
gether with tin eosts and exjwnses of j fully Hilleltcl
making ftieh snie. io uie iiikiuhih,
liest bidder for cash in baud.
Paled at Klleiwburg. Oregon, S,pl.
tub. H71I. A II. Mooiu:,
:W11 KherilVCiirrv county, Or.
i:. (i. ; it i NiMtop,
ATtbBNKr wd i:iil'S.-;iH.IAJR AT IKK,
A khuri, n( tinblte iwtniiiUKC In tsiHit
il UISIIMI'I D (tllKOO.S,
Maksiikikm) Jt Empike City.
II. P. WHITNEY, Pkophietoh.
A good supply of
and all kinds of
constantly on hand. Also a
good stock of
Giuwno has been commenced on
tho Northern X'nclllc railroad at Ains
worth, tho new town at tho nipiitli ot
tho Snako river. Ceneral Sprague
was present in personal chargo of the
work, and, as tho representative ol
Frederick Hllllnp", picsident, turned
the first shovelful of earth with his
own hands, carrying the shovel homo
with him as a
ninmnntO Of tllO Jiai
piest day tho company has scon for
iir vcars. The graders have con -
conspira-l mcn-ct,(i tlsoir steady progress o.sij-
ward, which is not to be stopped t
the tracks meet in Montana.
Ik coiiHCijuence of tho late rains
Coos river has been full of floating
drift wood, whioh honipwliut impeded
themovumontfoftho Bay steamer-.
NOTICE OF.FIHAL PROOF.
U. S. Lasp OrncB, )
ItosEiiuno, Or.. Sept. 27, 1870-C
KTOTICE IS JIEBEHY JIVEN
li that the following named f-ettlor
has filed notice of his intention to
inako final proof in mipport of lu
claim, and secure final entry thereof
at tho expiration of thirty days from
tho date of this notice, viz : .Milehol
Pevol. pre-emption dcelaratoiy state
ment No. 3070, for the Eft i Vl4
fee 17, T 28, 8 It l.'f west, and iiaiiics
the following as ins witnesses, ii. . o.
E. Hedges, of Coos county, Or., and
N. Thrush, of Coo county, Or.
Wm. 1'. Bi:-VJAJiis',
Kotfce of Final Proof.
U. S. LavijOpfici:, )
RosRiiuiio.Or., Sept. 2u,187fl.
OTICE IS HUHKJJy U1VJJ.
that tho tollowingnameo roium
has filed notlco ot ms niioiiuon w
mako final ptoof in Mipport of his
ulnim. and secure final entry thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from
tho date of this notice, yu : J. J'-..
SUPPLIED AT SHORT
VTOTBCK is hereby given that by ir
li tuoof an execution issued out of
Iho Countv Court of Cuiry count.
Oregon, on'thelth day of September,
1S7U, to me (iirecieu aim ot-ineiv,,,
commanding me to collect Iho delin
quent taxes from the several persons
iu saiil writ named, for tho year 178,
by levy and sale of their nroperty ac
cording to law, I hao feicd upon
dm fnllmviiu' described leal property
asses'ed to William II. Harnett, for
tho said year 1K7S, to-wit : The east
half of tho southwest quarter, and the
southwest quarter of tho soiithwtst
quarter, and tho southeast quarter of
the northeast quarter of section eleven,
township thirty-two, south of range
thirteen west i it Curry county, Oie
gon. And I will, on the
25th day or October, !87,
At the hour of one o'clock iu the nfter
noon of said day, at the court limine
doo'rin Kllensluirg, sell (be said pron
orty, or so much thereof as will satisfy
the sum of $7.20 taxes assessed there
on to tho said William II. Domett,
for the said year 1878, together with
the cost and expenses of making such
salo, to the highest and best bidder for
cash in hand.
Pated at Ellensbiirg, Oregon, Sept.
Oth, 1879. A. II. Mooiik,
Sheriff Curry county, Oiegon.
NOTICE OF, FINAL PROOF, ,
Ukiteu SVAteb Lakd Office,)
' UqWMro, Bchtttf, 1870. J
TATOTICB IS1 IIEKEHY GIVEN
IN that tho Wllo-viug named settler
has filed notfco'of his intention to
make final proof in support of his
claim, and secufe final entry thereof
at the expiration of thirty. days from
the date of this notice, viz: Aaron
Cory, pre-emption laratory state
ment No, .IGUl, for tho JVM of S M
of sec. a, and N W'f4 of NVM sec. JO.
inT2i,H)Uth of rango ,12 west, and
names tho following as jus wan,
viz : C. W. Fletcher, of Coos county,
Oregon, and 0. W. Sanford, of Coos
-VO'rs'5. is hereby ultra that by lr
11 tue of an execution iued out of
the County Court of Curry county,
OrvKnu.on the-llh day of September.
lS7o,lo mo duet ttd and delitercil, anil
commanding me to collect the delin
quent taxes from the pernons therein
named, for unpaid taxes for tho vein
1878. I bate levied iiimiu the following
dcsciihud real property belonging to
F. M. Tichenor, to wit : Tho north
west quarter, section 7, and northwest
quaiter, section Ik, tounship .12, south
ratigo I- west, eoniaiiung .i aeu-s
and Minuted in the county of Curiy
andstatuof Oiegon. And 1 will, on
i.ltlnlnj orctoIcr, I71,
At tho hour of one o lock P. M. of said
dav. at thu court liouscdooriu Klleim
burg, sell all the light title anil inler
est of the said F. M. Tichenor Io said
properlv.or so much thereof as mat
lie sulli'ient to satisfy the sum of f'.li.-
10 taxes iisH'swd theieon in said year
1878, to the highest and best bidder
for cash in hand, tojsethor with costs
and oxjiennoMif making such sale.
Dated at Ellonsuurg, Oregon, Sept.
tub, 187'.). A. II. Mooiu:,
rtS-l Shenll Curr county, Or.
Wm. F, Bukjamik,
Hedges, homestead "PI'"""-""
2.'l74rfor tho SEM fee. 8.T 28, b It lo
west, and names tho following as his
witnesses, viz : Nathan 1 hi null, o
Coos county, Or,, and M. JJovol, ot
WM. 1'. 1Ji:Jaiin,
BO0T& SHOE MAKER
WIX.IJ xo AXxU3Cii(rx
in a thorough manner and use
BfflrSliMjinn FrontStwol.oiiliojiJIo Hie
l'luncwr .Market. vl7tf.
fVTO'ri;i: is hereby (-Iveii that by vlr--Li
tuo of an execution issued out of
the County Court of Curry county,
Oregon, on the 4th day of September,
I87'J, to mo directed and delivered,
commanding me to collect the delin
quent taxes from the scvoral persons
therein named, for the year 187K, by
levy and sale of their property accord
ing to law, f have leviovd upon the
following described real property he
longing to and assessed to C. !'. Slot
ens, for tho said year 1878, to-wit.
Tho southeast quarter of section one,
township thiily-two, south of range
thirteen west, in Cuiry county, Ore
gon. And I will, on tho
25th day of October, 1878,
At the court house door iu Ellonsburg
sell such pioperty, or so much theioof
as will satisfy tho sum of 7.20 taxes
assessed theieon to tho said O. I'. Slov
ens for tho said year 1878, togelbor
with thocostsand expenses of making
such sale, to the highest and best bid
der for cash in hand.
Dated at Ellonsbing, Oiegou, Sept.
0111,1870. A. 11. .ilooiu:,
ShurilfCuriy county, Or.
This Iiistitniitloii now nll..i,l I be U -t
facilities for ctliiratluii to bv futmil in Hi"
(",Mwt Ib-glmi ,'( SnitbiTii Orcein Tin
Ac.iiletnt Is gniibliittsl Into three depart
The I'rhnai'tf Department
In ttltiih ftnliiitry Hr,mibi n
The Junior Depnrtnn iif.
Kmlirut'liiK Orth'ienii'liy, Itciiilin?,
Writlnir, (irauiiiMr. tieoi'Mpbt, llit 'ft,
riitsioliv), Kuinlllar hi Uiiie ulid M t
taraiiit I'rmlical Atithinetli.
The .Senior Department
Kiiibnuliig HHk-ki'eltii:'sliiKl" l
. . . 1. . . ,i . . .. i,..i .
ilolllile emrt jiuiiiilij , , iii'iiiiMr, , i on,,
nil liiimoiiit. Ittin, Itltetoric, Miifl.n
Arithmetic, Algebra, (.eonalr, Ir,",
iiiimetry ami siirtetin.
Instriii'tlnn iu this hnnicli Is ptca
ItoMMMSii Is-Ii.ul for from i to II
per week with prltslo fninitieM, tuul f.ir
still lew, when several slmliinU jliibti)-
Kt'theraiiil Isiard llimn. elves.
Primary Dii'Hirliat'iit - - -IM1
liinlnr . . .... jA
Senior . . .... 0f
iUOTMT. Is herebv L'heii that by lr
l die of an execution issued out of
tlie County Court of Cm ry count, Or
euon on tlie Ith day of September. A
P. 187U, to mo diiected ami delivered,
commanding me to collect the deliu
uiient (axes fiom the soteral persons
therein named, for tho year 1878, bt
lew and sale of their pioperty aceoiif
ing to law, 1 hate loued upon tho fol
lowing doscribed real properly assess
ed to A mil on- A. Hall, for the said
year 17H, to-ttit: The southeast
quarter of section 18, township thirty
two, (.'S2) south of range twitlto (12
west, in Curry county, Oregon. Anil
1 will, on tho
-ISth lny oCOcfolirr, IH7I,
At the hour of one o'clock iu tho nf
ternoon of said day, at thu court house
door in Klleiishurg. sell said property,
or so much thereof as will satisfy Ihe
sum of f7.20 taxus assessed tlioieon to
tho Miid Andrew A. Hall, for tho said
year 1878, together with the costs ami
expenses of milling such sale, tothe
highest and best bidder for cash in
Dated at J'.lloiiMiiug, Oregon, Kept,
Ulli, 170. A.H. Mooiiii,
.17-I KhciiU'Oiiiry cininly.Or,
.)!(.. i. M. I.or.tutrt I'mprletret
Empiiik ( ni.Oox.
'central hot el
Corner of ' A" mid Front Strut,
f fat ng leased nnd fixed up the hIsito
lio'iso we feel warranted in proiutsini; a
ki niri neal, imilpssl beds to the trau'l'
ln iimi local uihIomi.
CALL AND SEE US.
T, O. OWKK.
DU. C. II. C'OLPHN, I'ihipii.
OppmtUn Xatitryfn Store,
II A V K V 0 S H T .WTI' Ii V 0 N HAS l
AM. HOIITH (IP
Having lately bought the slocl; of
(lrugH heretofore belonging to Dr.
Hurry Lane, I am now 'nopaicd to
carefully compound and tint up
jihywuiau'H preKcriijtioiiB, The lint
ronago of tlioso having iii'otuiriiiUoiiH
to ho filled, in roHiwel fully nolicltnl
in tlie County Court for Coon county,
tjii'Kon, oi rroimie.
Ill the limtlr-r of llio estate of A, I)
u nr.nn.tM, aii oruer hum nccn duly
made by tho abote entitled Court, direct.
Ing the iiiMlcrMKiicil, administrator of the
estiile of A. I). I.ununer, deceiued. to sell
the rcil estate heloiiitiiig to satif estate
to-wlti bit (I in block I, Iu the tow n of
Siiiiiiur, In Coos county, Orogon, to sat
isfy the debts of said estate; theiefore,
notice Is lieieby iveii, that, hi pursu
ance of sold onler, I will, on .MON,
pay, Tin'. arm pay w (htoiskh,
)s"t), bet t tea the hours of 0 o'clock a. m.
and I o'clock i: m. of said dav, at the
CoiirthoiiKO door in Kinpho City, oiler
wild ical uttalu forHuUuit piibliuauclloii,
lotliy liljiJiot blddsr for cash.
S. l Kumiivooii,
Adihlnixtiator of s.dd itlutg,
I'.i'i I vvjit inbi I ' t J,''
V wim:h rim
XOIXjIH'A'4A.3 I 'JX
CIGARS m TOBACCO,
and everything usually 1 pt I" ,l
Jii.nic.ti. niscKNsAiit .
J'lrttei'ipthHH LarefitltU Co'"