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THE COAST MAIL.
General Grant m a Candidate.
It is very ovident that there is
not nnothor man within the juris
diction of tho American flag who
has so Btrong a hold upon the pop
unlrhcnrt aB Goneral Ornnt: nm!
the near approach of the presidntinl
contest of 18S0 naturally suggests
tho prohahility of his being chosen
na tho standard hearer of tho Re
publican party in that issue. No
word or act of his has givon his
friends any reason to expect that
ho desires tho nomination, or even
that ho would occcpt if it wero tend
ered him : on the contrary, it runv
L ORGAN OF Ctins nn
WATUKWAV, - - ct. lSTJR5:
' bo gathered from the expressions of
ins confidential friends that ho
wishes to nvoid-hcing again brought
forward into public life. He has
certainly nothing to gain, either in
honor or wealth by being again
called to the executive chair; and
if he accepts the nomination it will
probably bo from considertions of
duty to his country. Thero is
hardly a doubt that ho would be
triumphantly elected, if nominated,
yt thousands of his warmest
friends would prefer to too him re
main as now, our most distin
guished private citizen.
The demonstrations of honor to
Gen. Grant which have character
ized his arrival in San Francisco
nnd Portland, aro only indicative
of the esteem and affection with
which ho ia regarded throughout
the entire North, and by the friends
of the Union in all of the States.
Ex-Senator Mitchell v)p is now in !
Washington attending to business
before the United States Supreme
Court, was lately called upon to ex
press his views of tho probable
course 01 tne republican party m
selecting a candidate for President
Mitchell informed the interviewer
that tho Pacific coast, and especially
Oregon, is wild and solid for Grant,
and that his observation during a
three weeks' journey to Washington
in Wef tern States and subsequently
in New York and the East, convinc
ed him that tho ratio of popularity
of tie three most prominent names
mentioned for tho Republican Pres
idential nomination, are the same
throughout the whole country, as he
found to be the caso on the Pacific
coast, namely : Grant first ; Blaine
a strong second and Sherman
good third. Mitchell also predicted
that Grant would be nominated by
accIamation,aud added that nothing
will prevent this, except an unaual-
ified and positive declaration from
Grant that he will, under no cir
cumstances, accept a nomination,
and I believe he has too deep a
sense Tjf gratitude to the Republican
part and country, which have hon
ored him eo highly to decline to
servo them if they desire his services.
Elections Ohio and Iowa girc
Large KcpauIIcan majorities.
The meager returns from lost
Tuesday's elections hi Ohio and
Iowa are sufficient to show that the
Republicans have achieved a signal
victory in each of those Suites. The
result surpasses the calculations of
even the most sanguine Republi
cans. The majority in Ohio is said
to bo from 20,000 to 25,000, and tho
Republicans claim the Legislature.
In Iowa, the Republicans are vic
torious over the combination of
Democrats and Greenbackers. Of
coarse this announcement was
mode from tho estimates based up
on incomplete returns, and it may
be changed somewhat after the
votes are counted, but it is probably
substantially correct Tho result in
Ohio especially may ba looked upon
as indicating tho popular jndgraont
upon tho issues raised by the Deino-
rrnim in tho lato BDQCiol tiSBSion of
Congress, and as throwing some
light on the probability of a Repul
lican success in the Presidential
contest which is not far in tho fu
ture. Anti-Chinese la tke British Possessions.
The Anta-Chineao association of
Victoria have adopted formal resolu
tions and a petition to the Ottawa gov
ernment asking that tho Chinese be
oxclndod from all contractu for pub
lie works in Bitish Columbia. The
petition fs as follows :
Sir John A. Macdonald, Premier of
tho Dominion of Canada :
Sir At a public meeting held on
Vancouverlsland and tho mainland
it w resolved to petition tho goneral
government contracts for tho construe
tlon of railways in British Columbia
prohibiting tho employment of
Chlncso labor on iuch contracts, tho
crnvflriimcnt tolead in supplying Can
...itan lalior in tho nrovinco, which
would ho beneficial to tho country,
and for which your petitioners will
Last Tuesday, after an ntaoncc of
years, tun ot evonts of trims
condant importance to him ond hia
country, General Grunt again set
foot on Oregon soil. After enthusi
astic receptions at Astoria and Van
couver, he arrived at Portland, and
was received with greater demon
strations of welcome than wore ever
before extended to unf human being
by the public of Oregon.
At nncouver, in response to an
address of welcome bv Mr. Small-
wood, JJogister of tho Land Office,
Grant said :
Citizkns op Wasiun-otos Terri
tory I can hardly express mv grati
fication at tho reception that"! have
received nt the hands of rour Muror
nnd Territorial officers. I can nsure
you that it affords me great pleasure
to comp back to tho land where I
spent much of my time years ago, and
note the vast improvement that hare
taken place during mv absence. I
am sorry that previous engagements
will necessarily prevent mo from vis
iting the many points of interest in
your thriving and prosperous Terri
tory. I sincerely thank you for the
hearty receptions which greet me on
all sides, umi in conclusion assure you
that I have met with none that Kate
afforded mo more pleasure than yours,
Tho streets and buildings of Port
land were profusely decorated. Va
rious societies, the public schools,
and in fact everything that could
add to tho display and grandeur of
the occasion was "brought into requ
isition. Tho city was full of people
from all parts of tho State. The
Grand Army of tho Republic was
out in procession. Commander
Stearns addressed tho General as
General and Comrade of the Grand
While kings and neonlc have hon
ored you witli ceremonies and na
nnies, we, the soldiers of vour grand
army, hare honored yon with our lov e.
While others honored your victories,
we honored you in the trials which
produced them. When 14 years ago
the nation s capital re-ou tided to tho
tread oi your victorious armies we
wero proud of you. When we heard
of your civic conquests in other coun
tries we thought only that it was our
commander so honored and our pride
exalted. When your victories count
ed along theticoro we were ltappv and
happier still when the war was over
and you issued the great command,
"Let us have peace." But the proud
est day yet for us and tho happiest
moment of our lives is then when wc
meet you face to face in person, clasp
the hand that hold our sword and tell
you that we love you with the affec
tion born only of the field of battle.
To which Grant replied :
It is gratifying indeed to nio to
meet again with the soldier" with
whom I have served, and still nioro
gratifying that we now enjoy pro
found peace, and wo can take by the
hand those who fought against us and
now the prosjerity of our country
they with us can participate in its
benefits by being good and true citi-
lnniMi!p4 in meot vnn ffy-nieht.
Grant was announced to arrive at
Salem on Thursday, where the Fame
extraordinary arrangements were be
ing mode for his reception.
Pacific Mail Steamship stock is ap
preciating. The Xuclrus, newspaper of Uarris
burg, is dead.
The yellow fovor has subsided in
A Ciiikamax ha3 married a negrcss
As earthquake was felt in some
parts of California on the 3d instant.
A doublc-hcndfHl woman ia on ex
hibition in Portland.
St Lawrence, the blind man, is
performing in Yamhill county.
An Independent ticket is being
worked up in cw lork State.
Destructive prairio fires arc report
ed in Dakota territory.
One George Penlsott, of Omaha, has
been appointed Postal Agent for Ore
gon, rice Steele resigned.
Johx Qui.vcv Adam?, has been
nominated bv tho Democrats, for
Governor of Massachusetts.
Tho Indians in tho southern part
of Wyoming territory and Colorado,
are on tne war patn.
Oe?. E. L. Ari'LEOATE, has br-en ap
pointed a special inspector of customs
A Brother of Senator Blaine lins
been removed lately from tho poition
of keeper of the senate document
room without causo.
Dvshuvir & Digole have become
the sole owners owners of the Wel
lington coal mine, Nanairno, having
purchased their partners' interest.
A. C. Cox was elected marshal of
Roseburg at the lato city election.
There wero five candidates among
whom was W.G. Hill.
Jamkh KLU80.V, boss of ajscow call
ed the Columbia City was drowned in
tho Willamette river on the night of
the 11th, by falling over board.
Mr. McTcer, a near relative of Gon.
W. II. Odell, fell through tho uppor
floor of a barn at Linkvillo on tho
15th inst, and broke his nock.
An exchange says a negro lauy in
WnuiiinL'tmi measures six foot around
ii waist. Sho never wore corsets,
ntid her caso ofrors a lino argument
Tiik Attoriun tells this ono: Mr.
Cvrus O. Taylor left a cucumber at
our office yesterday, which measures
live feot livo inches in longth. It
grow on tho farm of Mr. Henry Long
in Clackamas county.
ANoxchango says: Tho accounts
from Ban Francisco show that ucril.
Grant has carried still further tho
training that he adopted during tlio
last months of hi stay in Europe.
Ho Jins for omo monthsutopped wlno
driuking. In Europe ho became a
great walkor. Ho seoma to havo an
opinion that thoro aro reasons why
ho should take care of himself.
JAMKS GonnoxllKXN'KTT'a .tn.liAr.
ploring steamor Jeannctto was at St,
Lawrence hay, Siberia, August, 27th
with all on board well, and she hoped
to reach Fort Wrangel this season.
Frolofl, tho executioner, does tho
business of hanging for tho whole
Kussian hinpire. His residence is in
tho Central Stato Prison nt Moscow,
and he is ordered to go wherever his
services aro required. All tho execu
tions m Russia this year wero. tho
work of his hands.
Aiiout &00 men and 00 horses ac
company Barnaul's now show from
place to place. The canvas eitv
which springs up where this show
stops, contains twelve tents, now and
white as milk. Tho largest of those is
00 feet long and loO foot broad, hav
ing a seating capacity for 10,000 peo
ple. Tuc dwelling house of James O'Noil
half a mile from tho city of Stockton,
was destroyed bv iIjo on tho night of
the 9th. Tho wife of O'Xoil was
drunk and unablo to escape, and so
burned to death. O'Neil was found
leaning against the fence, also intoxi
cated. It is supposed that tho fire
was caused by tho bursting of a coal
A Bonn: dispatch of tho 10th snva :
At six o'clock as a edi'iff was being low
ered in tho Tioga mino with nine men
on board, the engine escaped control
of tho engineer, and tho shift went
down to the r00 foot level. One man
is now dead and all aro injured in
such a manner as to warrant tho be
lief that they will not recover.
Notice of Final Proof.
U. S. Land Qvfick, )
RoSKiuT.G.Or., Sept. 0,tS7!.s
"XTOTICU IS IICllEBY G1VLN
- that the following named settler
has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his
claim, and secure final eutrv thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from
tho date of this notice, viz : J. E
Hedges, homestead application No.
2374, for tho S04 bee. S,T 28, S R 18
west, and names the following as his
witnesses, viz : Nathan Thrush, of
Coos county, Or., and M. Dovol, of
Coos county, Or.
Wm. F. Bk.vja.min,
D K X XI S M c C O 1j GA X
TJIOMA X DA W'SOX.
HAVING LEAS KD THE DAWSON
blacksmith shop, in Mar&hiield, I
am prepared to do
share of patronage is
. G. WEBSTER.
THAVE LATELY RKTUP.NEI)
J from San Francisco with a com
plete stock of every thing in my line
ready mado boots and shoes, otc.
BEST MATERIAL ONLY USED.
Livery &Fccd Stable,
Wo have lately built a first-rlass
Stable on Pine street, and hare Hurses
to hire at all hours. Hauling done at
NASBURG & HIRST,
Fnoxx Stiiki.t, Maijshiiei.i), Oas.
ATEW GOODS IJY EVERY STEAM
j cr; keep constantly on hand in
our largo and comnuxlious store, a
well selected stock of
consitsing of the best staple anil fancy
of all kinds, the choicest
a .v n
A LAIIGK STOCK 01'
HATS and CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
RUBBERS and OIL CLOTHING,
SLIPPERS and OILCLOTH
CROCKER V and GLASS
Cigars and Tobacco,
nuil l.Hl I'OKH,
A.n.ti B;."vajt'fl o.v.
CUTLERY, WOOU and
OurextonslveishowciiHca aro filled
MILLINERY AHD FANCY GOODS,
PRICKS TO SUIT THE TIMES.
N. U. All goods purchased at our
Store will bo dolivorod frco ot ohargo
nt nnv no in t on tlio route oi uio
wni uijxcuiixiocaigaMuiMi.w) wwMWBjgM
23 e o p rx e cl.
Km mi i: City.
THIS IIOUsT'uAS BEEN Un
GOOD BEDS AND GOOD DOARD.
Xo CltrXESH CVOKS viitploiied,
P. K. WINCH ERTEU,
tUVS H.VItCfS'.U HMOt.
i.v rtiojrr of tut ci:vritAt, iiotki.
If you want an ey shavo,
As good as baiber c ergavo,
Just call on niuat mv saloon,
From mom 'till night or busy noons
My razors' sharp, my scissors, keen,
My shop is nontand towels ohian ;
And thero 1 think that you will Hud
1 trim the hairutth skill forgonts,
Of course the pru e N tifty cents;
Shampooing, too, I do tliat well,
Give mo a trial? that will tell;
So help me gracious if I niako you hol
ler, You need not pav a quarter of a dollar.
" .1. W. Cox, 1'ropr.
P. S. Hot and cold baths alwavs ready.
E. 11. DEAN, D. WILLCOX
C. II. MKRCHANT.
Wh hatk Alitats on Hand a Frix
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE,
MANUFACTL'ltEl) TO OBDKll
SOLO IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED.
and at the
LOWEST LlVIXfi I' RICES.
Hosebur & Coos Hay
J. VlA1Vlil A: Co., S'roj.riloi-..
Shtfie-i will I fare Coon City ct'ery
afternoon fSun l.ij excepted) on the
arrival of tho Mt nmcr Coos.
wishing to go to Hoel.urg or any
other pait of tho iutorior Will make
connection with tin- stagt by going to
Coos City on any of the Hay steamers,
LKAVING COOS CITV TllK SAMB DAY.
jfsrTirrs rs Forxn rn be the
cju:a riisr. Riisvmi quickest
Ob' ALL ROUTES.
making clo-e connection with the
cars and overland stages at ltosuburg
All business riitrustid to our care
will be attended to with promptness
FARE TO nG'SEBURGREDUCED TO SS
Each pauaiger allotcrdR0Y ofbiujyutjt'.
Telegraph ollitu, Etupiio Citv.
Maumimku) i. EstriRK Cirv.
II. P. WHITNEY, Pnoraiirroit.
A good supply of
IJELK, l'OKK', M II TTOX,
and all kinds of
SALTMEATS and VEGETABLES
constantly on hand. AIio a
gooil slock of
SUPPLIED AT SHOUT NOTICE
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
U.vitei) States Land Ofmci:,
Kosniiuim, Sept.D, la7'J. S
jVfOTICE IS JJKItKUV OIVJLV
that tho following named settlor
has filed notico of his intention to
inuku final proof in support of his
claim, and secure, final entry thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from
thu date of this notice, vu: Aaron
Cory, pre-emption declaratory stato-
inontJso. :iol,ifr mo wuisw'5
of see. JJ.aiid 2t'X ol NWh sec. In,
in T 21, south of range 12 west, nnd
nunios the following as his vvitnosoos,
viz : C. V. J'lotchor, of Coos county,
Oregon, nnd C. W. Hauford, of Coos
- Wm. F. IJi.sjami.v,
BS0T& SHOE RflAKEK
ill a thorough manner and uso
tSy-Bliop on Front Street, ojinositi
Pioneer Murket. vl-7-tf
4TK If Is lii'iflty given Hint by lr
uoof an exeiMitlon issued out of
inPnimlvflntirLof ClIITV COUIltVi t'f-
egon.on tfio'lth duv of September, A.
D. 187l, commanding mo to collect
t h i o 1 lintiaiit tnes nolo tiio sevi'iai
pemonB thurolu named, fur the year
lS78,bv lew and wile of tlimr proHii
tvnecoiding to law, I have levied up
on tho following described i onl prop
el tv assessed to Seolt C. Nash, for the
j oar 1878, Mo-wit: The southwest
quarter of section twelve in township
thiitv two, (!UJ) south of range thir-
lmi (W) wm, in Curry county, uio-
, Ami I win, on tne
UK ill tii y ol'Ootolior, IS70,
At ono o'clock in tho afternoon of
said dav, at tho court house door in
Kltcnih'urg, Mill said propeity, or so
iiiiiiOi tlmreof lift will Wltifv the SUIII
of 7.5H) taxes assessed thereon to the
wiid Seott C.Nnsh.sor the wdil year
1878, together with the costs and ex
penses of making such wilo, to the
highest and best bidder for cash in
hand. . .
Hated at Kllonsburg. Oregon, Sept.
Pth, 1S7U. A. II. Mooiii:,
Shorill'Cuny county, Or.
ill't'tCt: !h bcieby given that by vlr
tun of an execution imiiod out ol
tho Count v Court of Cuiry county,
Oregon, on thelth day of September,
I87t, to nio directed and delivered,
commanding nio to collect tho delin
quent taven frmn the tevoral perxoiiH
in said writ named, for tho year IS7S,
by levy and .ale of their iiroperty ac
cording to law, I have levied upon
tho following described real property
awte-wiHl to William H. Uurnett, for
thewiid year 1878. to-wit: The cant
half of the eouthwexl quarter, and the
Miuthvvrtt (luurttir of the fouthweat
quarter, and tho: couthent quarter of
the northeast quarterof.-eetion eleven,
tovvnhip thirty-two, south of range
thirteen west in Curry county, Die
gon. And 1 will, on tlio
i!uth daj r October, 1S7,
At the hour of one o'clock in the after
noon of mid day, at the court bonne
doorin Kllenburg, wll the said pron-
triy. orsoniueu inereoi a- win wui'i
the sum of f,.'2t) taxes aewrd ttiere-1 tj0jm . Seott. for said v ear H7S, to
on to the said William II. Uurnett, , The northeaKt quarter of mh Hon
for the said year ls7S. together with ,.,!, Ur, towuihip thiitv two. ('.')
the cost nnd expenses of making sueh ' .m), of range twelve (I'i) wet, in the
who, to ine nignesi nun imhi oiiuier iur
ch-Ii in hand
Dated at Kllensburg, Oregon, Sept
'Jth, 1S71. A. II. Moohk,
Shcrill' Curry county, Oregon.
YOTH'i: is. hereby given that by vlr--L'
tue ol au execution isued out of
the County Couit of Curry county.
Oregon, on the Ith day of SeptemlK-r,
187H, to me directed 'and delivered,
commanding me to collect tho delin
quent taxes from the eoral persons
(heroin named, for the eir li7S, by
levy anil Mile of ibur pioperty ateoid
ingto law, I have hvievd upon the
following described real piopeity be
longing to and iiccd to C. 1'. Stev
ens, for thu paid vear 1S78, to-wit:
The southeast qiiurUn id section ono,
township thirtv-two, roitlh of range
thirteen west, InCuiry county, Oio
gon. And 1 will, on tho
t!f,Hi da) or Octnlier, 1S7S,
At the court hnusodoor in I'llenslnirg
sell such property, or so much iheteof
an will satisfy the sum of .7.i.' taxes
afcOf-ed then on to the said C 1'. Stev
ens for tho said your 1h7, together
with tho costs and expanses of making
clK'li sale, to tho liiglu.t and bcl biil
dur for cash in hand.
Dated at Kllonsbiirg, Oiegon. Sept.
0th,ia7U. A. II. Mooki:,
ShorifTCurry county, Or.
.Votlct- of rTiial i'roof.
U. H. I.axo Ofi-ich, )
IIoskbi-ro, Or., Oct. lit, 17.).
Notico is hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler has tiled notice
of hisi intention to make lltial proof
in support of bin claim, ami secure ii
mil entry thereof at tho expiration of
thirty day from thu dato of this no
tice, 'u; Oeorgo I. Merriimui,
I(umokt"ad Apphcstiou "o. '27'M, for
tho oast h.df of north-west quarter
south-west quarter of north-west qunr
lor, ami lot oiw, section twonty one,
township thirty-six south range four
teen v'ol ; ami names tho following
is Ins witnesses, vi: (ieoigu W.
Miller, of Lllonsbtirg, Urogon, ami S.
J). Morrimau. of Klleusburg, Oiegon
'Vi W. V. IIKNIAUI.V, Register.
1 rr irT'irT hnnwrrwrn- ,! i nm
NOTICE 0FFINAL PROOF.
II. S Land Office,
lioshin no, fir.. Sept. 27, ls7!K
-vroTirc is iikkehv oivk.v
) " that the following iiamsd sotllur
has flhd notico of his intention to
mako linal proof in support of his
claim, anil secure final ontry thereof
at the expiration of thirty d.ivs from
the date of this notice, viz : "Mitehcl
Devol.jiro-irnplion declaratory state
ment No. .1070, for tho K., of NWk
sec. 17, 'J' 28, M Jt VI went, and names
the following an his witnossos, vi. : J.
K. Hedges, of Coos county, Or., and
X. Thrush, of Coo county, Or.
Wm, V. Hi.njami.v,
li MAiiaixjpiiiirjD, o XL. Hall
COSBTANTI.V ON HASI)
jratll't-HHCH f) JtCllHtcdllH,
VhtlU'H d! J.OIIIIff.H,
Ci'Kih ,V Vi'iuUvh,
PKTIJftKH, KJJAMUri, MOlMlINClS,
TAJtl.KH, JIJHItOHH Ac.
Con iilii(;-room B''n mil 11 ro
Idado to Order.
COVVIXH mado at shortest notico.
Attaciijui.vti, Ni;ui)i,ng &u.
TVTOTK'JS Is hereby given Hint by vlr
tue of au execution Issued out of
tlio County Court of Omry county,
Oregon, on the llh day of Soiifoinbor,
787l, to nio dlreoled and dellveied,
.,.,., i, ,,iihIIiil' nm to collect the delin-
iiiiont taxis from the orsoiiH theieii
named, for the year 178, bv lovy and
sale of t lielr nnipert.v iioenrdlng to law,
I have levied upon the following de
scribed leal pinpoity assessed to Julia
II. Tieheiior for the said year IH7H, to
wit: The southwest quaiter of sec
tion eighteen (IS) ami the southwest
miiutor of section seven, (7) township
thirty two (JW) smith range twelve(rJ)
.!,..(' ilieiinithwoslouarlerol section
twentv-eiglil, township thirty-two,
Miuth' range twelve west ; the east
half of the northwest quarter of n-e-tlon
ten, and the noithwed qimrter of
the northwest quarter section ten, ioi
ono and the noitheast quarter and
tl... iwirlliiiimt iiinirternf the SOIltllWCSt
quarterseotiou ten, and lots one itud
two section fifteen ; lots two and three
section fifteen; southeast quarter of
section ten; northeast qimrter nnd
east half of louthoasl qimiter and lot
four section iHtcen, township thirty
three, south raiigo lllteen west, situa
ted in Cu.ry county, Oiegon. Audi
will, on the
U.lflKlny ut'Ot'tolirr. 1V.I,
At onoocloek in the afternoon of wild
dav, at tho court lumse doorin Ellens
lung, sell said property, or all the
right title anil interest of the said
Julia II. Tichenor thereto, or so much
thereof as will satisfy the sum of $M.
7'J taxes due thereon for 187, ami ac
cruing costs, to the highest ami best
bidder for cash in hand.
Dated at Ellcnel.tirg. Oregon, Sept
!ith, 1ST!). A. 11. Mooiti:.
Shciiir of Curry county, Or.
j tluit by
is ur.nr.iiY oivkn
virtu' of an execution
owiieil out o Hie i ouiiiy v ouri oi
t i. i . .. i....t ..t
Curry eoiintv, Oiegoii, on the 1th dav
of Seiitembe'r. A l M7l, to me ill
reetwl and delivered, commanding
me to collect the delinquent taxes
fioin the (-evend person therein iiniii
ed, for the year A. I). 1S7S, by levy
and sale of their property according
to law I have levied iiihhi the follow -
inu dei-erihed leal iimpertv niui'Mm
t.n f C-irrv and State ot Uiegoii.
And I it ill, on the
J .-.in lnj ol' Ociol.i'r, A. (. Ih?i.
at one oVbwk in the nflrritoon of
said day. at the eoiirt hoii' diMir in
I'llensllurg, ell nid jiniprty, or a
much thereof ns will natify the sum of
$7.-0 tuxes (exf'ised thereon to moiI
.IoIiii II Stott, for Hnid ve.ir 1S7.H, to
gether with the routs and esKHM)s of
making mieh sale, to the highest and
lvi bidder for cash in hand.
Dated at Klleinburg. Oregon, Sept.
tHh. ISwU. A. H. .Mimwu',
;ts-l Sherill'Currv eoiintv, Or.
VO'l'lt'i: is hereby given that by vlr
i' tue of an ec ution is lied out of
the County Court cd Curry county,
Oregon, on the lib day of Sepli iuUr,
1S"1, to nio directed and delivered, ami
commiimiiiig me to collect the delin
quent taxes from the persons therein
named, for unpaid taxes for the year
lh7s, I have levied ukiii the following
desciibed real pnqHrtv belonging to
I". M. Tichenor, to-wit : The north
weal quarter, section 7, and northwest
quarter, section H, township H-, south
range l'' west, cnntMiniug JM) acres
ami situated in the county of Curry
mid state of Oregon. And' I will.oii
'ir.th tl) iii'OcliiiiiT, IS7I),
At thu hour of oiieo'clock v m of said
day, at the court hoiisodrHir in Kllens
burg, sell all the rigltt title and intei
est (d the said 1''. M. Tichenor to sniil
iiroperty.oi so much thereof as uiii
bo hllllicitilit to satisfy the sum of fiil.
10 taxes ascs--d theteou in sniil vear
1878, to tho highest mid best bii'lder
for cash in hand, together witli coats
and expenses of making such sale.
Dated al KllunMiiirg, Oregon, Sept.
9th, 1S71. A. II..M00111:,
.'13-1 Sherd!' Curry county. Or.
jUOTH'r: is heieby given that by vir-
tueof an execution issutd out of
the County Court of Curry county, Or
egon on the -ith cl.iy ol September, A
I). Ih71, to inn directed am deliieii d
commiimiiiig me to collect the delln-
' 'lent taxes from tho suveral persons
locicui uiiioi'o, ior iiiu year mih, oy
levy and sale of their nronertvaccoi
ing to law, I have levied upon tho fol
lowing described real property assess
ed to Andrew A. Ifall, for tlio said
year 17h, to-.it: The southeast
quarter of section IH, township thirty
two, (!I2) south of range twelve (12)
west, in Curry county, Oregon. And
1 win, 011 uio
U3lli lay ol'Octitltcr, IS7,
At the hour of ono o'clock in tho af
toriiiKiu of said d.iy,ut tho court house
door in Llle nsbtirg, sell said property,
or so much thereof as will satisfv the
sum of $7.20 taxes assessed thereon to
tho said Andrew A. Hall, for tho said
year 1H7H, together with tho roslsuud
nxpunses of making such snlo, to the
highest and host bidder for cash in
Dated at Kllonsbiirg, Oregon, Sept.
tl. 170, A. 11. Mfimin.
JI7-I I Shoriir Curry county, Or,
In tlio Comity Court fur Cooh county,
Oregon, In I'rob.ito. ""
In the matter of tlio estate of A. J).
Wjii:iii:.vs, An order has been duly
made, by tlio above untitled Court, direct
ing the undersigned, adiuliilstratorof the
estate of A, D. I.nnimor, deceased, to sell
ho real eslale belonging to hiiIiI estate
to-wit: 14 I in block I, in Ihe town of
V .1 '1 i . , , ."' ""Kmi, to sat
and I o'clock v. u. at sniil .In
Cimrtl.ouso door in Kinpire City, 0fnr
sad real ostati. for salo at public auction,
lotliohlghost bidder for wish, '
8. 11. Kiiuiiironii,
i . ... Aj'"".",H,.rft,or"f wild est do.
IJatcd fa'ujtttuiilr 1st, IS70
,n,, , Miiwiii sun oMtato; tlietefoio,
notico Is hereby given. Dial, in pursu
ance of said order, I will, on HS
DAV,TIIK27TI1 D,(y Ol' OOroill U
1811. between tlio lrnir,ni,,'..i,...i. . . '
'fvn .1, i,
PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON.
Km run: Citv,0hkchi.v.
C. II. (MHil)l'N, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURQEON
(J. V. TOW Kit, M. 1).
V, 0.ANHHI,, M. 1).
PHYSICIAN and SURGSEON,
Canulltn Clttf, OffH.
H. II. IIaxmiii, J. Y. Hamilton,
HAZAItl) .v HAMILTON,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Will practice in the various courts
01 in 1: at I'.Mriiu: citv, Oh.v.
vT. "M:. SXO-31jICT.
ATTOKXO roiWSELMIR AT LAW
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
M MitnriEtn, Okioox,
xotahv rruiir vV toavevaxcer,
km run: vr, oox.
Colli (Ileus and oilier bllslllt'SS fltttol
in mv bands, will reteive prompt u.
W. V. W'KIUHT,
lS. Mineral ami t S. Deputy
Co.ifit.1.1: Cirv, Oox.
Will attend n. the badness of sin v 17 lug
iliuliv Mrt of the 1 miiitv .
I'eifivt iiiaMo all siirveyel lauds, fur.
itisticdst sleirt noli, e
j K. (I. tl It I Ml It Oil,
! JLTTuRN'ET : 1 ivNSHI.UiR AT U'.
1 mrw x'i x 1.1 tii'i'Viioimuiow
I A slmr"1 of imhht patronage tsu'stt
; full soliiilct t ,kr,f
M Misiiriri.i) )iii:oon.
This Institutl'ii.ii now alHirds the Ut
fm illties fur idiu 1iii1.11 ti. he f.iiiud in the
Cn,it Itegion of SniiDierti Orefon. Tlia
Acieleiii.v I gmdiuted into three drpitt
mints us follows
77ic I't'hnai'ti Department
In whiih Ininsluctiiry Itniiu-lu-s ru
The Junior Department.
Kmbrweing OrthiHCinphy, lleadmr;,
Wrltluu. (iruuiniur, (.!. rrnpliv, History,
rn.vsioioir)-, 1 nnuiutr t 11 in-e ninl Mi n
tnl mi'l 1'rsctt.al Arithimitl'.
77m- Siinior Department
I'liibroiiiig Itisikkeeplngfsiiigle iiimI
dmible entr ltfitaiij , Clu miMrv, l'olit.
cid Kcoimmv, Ijitin, Itlietorir I Mm
Arithmetic, Algebra, (ieomdr), Trl)
inuiietry nml siirveving.
Instrtutani in this branch Is yino
vv 1 14-11 ili-sinsl.
ItovMiicnn be hail for fr un i In
p.-r weed, with private families, and fr
still less wlist. iH.veiid sttnleuts club to
gether ami IksuiI llii'in'ehi,
Primary Department - - - $ f,M
Junior . , .... ;,w
Senior . . ....
J. T. 3IiCoiii,
Mr, li. M. Lorhhart I'roprletref
Kmi'iki Citv, Oox.
Corner of "A"iiml Front HI reel,
Jfuv ugltated and lixed up the ulxiro
Im ise we feel wariaiiled in promising
wi uirr mill, aiulgissl ImiIm to the ttavcl
ij ami Imal iistom
CALL AND SEE US-
T. (I. OWBtf.
Olt.C. II. (K)hDKN', I'ltoni.
OppiiKitu Xatibnra'H Store.
II A V K CO N'ST ANT f. V 0 N II A If P
ALL SOUTH OK
W VINi:l-0H lr
30 IT 111 - x u-j,. 3,. w
CIGARS and TOBACCO,
and everything usually kept in
J'i'racrljitioiiH i.arrfallu Cow