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PitoHi'KrTiNci." Tluit indefnlig
iihlo'iioHpcelor, A. II. lllnclif lctitrn-
ed last week from n prnujiocliiiK
town in tliu inutintiiiiiH near tlio
head of Sixes river. Hoth ho mid
liirthoi'HO iioro ovidoiu'CH of having
lind u linrd (hue. Ho nays ho was
Hiiuwcd in a canyon for Urn dnys,
lint lliiully nmdo hM way out well
loaded with specimens, lie rcportH
finding m'Vonil lends, which ho
thinks will ereulo u Hlir during tlic
coining censon, and tlio Hlnloniunl in
lirctly well hacked hy the pmnpluit
of lock which ho brought.
I'njist Complaint. Our contem
porary complains heeiinso the Orriif
niun comes Uikmij-Ii from Itoxeburg
with the letter iniiil, while no oilier
paper intill in carried. Wo understand
tlmt (lie load in in such H condition
I lint the carrying of paper mail ii iui
pnsihlc, hut hy special io(iieit llio
Oiftjnnitni is forwitidod. Tlio IU'hIIiii
is, whether it Is hettor to have one
wiiii ce of news or none nt all, It Ik ii
very seiious inconvenience to have
one's mail inton opted in thin manner,
hut the puhlie nut hotter served tluin
if no papers were can led. So Id' he
reasonable mid "invuit the coiiino of
Ni.w Tr.Mi'iuiANCi: l'.vi'int. -We
have received the prospectus of the
l'wiJ1c Champion, a semi-monthly
joiiriud to ho started hy tho Wnhioii
Diothors, publisher of tho Stat? Line
ltrruUI, in l.itkoview, l.ako county
It is to ho devoted to temperance nod
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t'liucaiioii ; unit ikiiii toe miiTciw
which has attended tlio p.ipor iiiidor
tho management of Uickc gentlemen,
wo have no doubt of thuir ability to
get up a good pnper. It Ik to com
mend January 1st, nud 11.00 per your
in the price of subscription.
CiuiisiMVH Tiiki:. The citizens of
thls'phteo celebrated Christmas ove.
with llio usual Ohiislnia trro oxer
ciiert at the Academy, which passed
oil' very pleasantly. The numhor In
attemliiiiee was large, nud tho oecit
ion uiih enjoyed hy nil, exeept tho ha
lites, Minn of wlmm vvoio ory em
jihntie in the ixpiehiu of thoir tlit
nppu'Wilof tlio perfoiiuaitce.
AsoTHKit (imsr Mn.t.. Mr Von
l'cgert in preparinjf to put n grist mill
nt hit plneo on tho Curpiillc rivor. He
piopixes to Imvo a enhinet shop in
I'ouncitioii with the mill, nud under
the xiiiiie roof. He huit a ipinutity of
lumber on tho ground for building
purposes, whieh wns oarried oil by
h the bit' freshet, hut tho Ion will
not prevent hii e.oing nhond with the
project in the spring,
Misixo koii Ai'ri.iw.I'rohaldy llioi
heniel low hv tho Inlo llood on
mih ner, is Win. MeKnight ; liis
fnriii wns badly dniiiaged hy tho Ions
of fenting.nnd by hoingwnsliedawny
in places. Ho had a laro quantity
of apples gnlhcrcd mid in his upplo
limine, which ho has oiueo heou em
ployed in separating fiom tho allu
vium hy which thoy were covered.
Asu Ti.Mlii:a. The manager of the
l'nikershurg mill niouUiut to got out
u ipiiinlity of ash timber for tho Sail
i'mncinco market. They propimo to
p.iy $S 00 pur thousand for tho lojps,
Jlellvcrcd nt the mill boom.
The Hmpiro City tailor gunrintee.s
to give his customers tits.
Wi: understand that T. J. Pally hns
token chnrgo of the Coos City hotel.
Tur.ui: is to bo a hall nt Hmpiro City
Now Vciii'm night, whieh will douht
Ipss ho largely attended.
Ku'KI.H'f's now grist mill nt Myr
tle Tolnt is in operation, turning out
a good (pinlity of Hour.
Tut: Myrtle which has boon undor
going icpiiirsforn fow dnys, luinmod
her trips on Wednesday,
Hack-i.ii'k's steamer, l ho Little Annie
bus been laid up for lopalis during tho
past ten days, hut sho is probably
It llt:ii.M.v has ono of most com
plete stocks of general merchandise
in the county, in Ids stole in Myrtle
Point, of which K Honden is manager.
(1:011111: i'i.A.vjuiAS of Xowpoit,
who has been attending school nt
Itosehurg forsouio time past, at rived
on the Hay last Monday evening.
Tin: cargo of tho )nnrtn, taken
fiom I'llenshurg .some two weeks
since, was valued at over .t.'IO.OOO; it
consisted mainly of canned salmon.
S II. Haxaiid, Khq., who has been
attending an oMia session of Ciiouit
Court In Itosehurg, returned hy way
of Iho Coox Hay Wagon Iloail on Mon
day. That "oldest inhabitant" says
this week has witnessed tlio coldest
weather ever known 011 Coo Hay;
the tlieimonioterlssaid tolinvomnik
ed sixteen degices.
Tin: cooper establishment nt the
mouth of tho Coquillo rivor is niniiu
facluniiig a largo numhor of salmon
bauds for tho spring inn.
Tin: light snow full which oceured
on Monday gnve tho Coos Hay ur
chins, young nud old, a lino opportun
ity to enjoy the luxury of a gamo of
hiiow ball, and tho ouuiimoii whs well
rat... mr..i - .. sv
(ho propocd Improvenieiit of thin
haihor, to mako the pieliiuinnry ar
rangements for tho work. No Ih ho
curing all avnilahlo information an
to tho facilities for gelling tho rock
icquiicd, nud iMsolleilingpiopo-itioni
for (piniryiiig and delivering tlio Cooh
livur rock in the oilbs iih ttioy nto
icady for sinking. Ah announced
some timo Hinre In thin paper, tho II rut
or experimental wall in to ho built of
oilliH filled with iouk ; these cribs mo
to ho constructed of Htrong, heavy
linihom, the si of eaeli ciib being
LTtafH) feot. They will ho finished nud
londy for placing, nud will then ho
towed to tho point designated, whoie
they will bo immediately filled will
stone. It is thouglit liint tho wall
thus cunstiuclcd will ho siiilleiently
durable to deinniislralo tho practica
hility of tho plan for a perniiinen
impioveuiont of tho channel. Al"
though tho wonthor In tho Winter in
unstiltod toeairyiug on thiHhuiineM,
tho HoiiHoii will ho fur enough nil
vnneeil to hiiug hotter wonthor before
tho woil; will ho fairly inaugurated.
Wo have r.u abiding faith in tho boa
Ill to ho derived fiom thiH imp) ove
moot, and wilt hail tho commence
ment of the woilv audio inauguration
of n" now urn "of pioxpority in Coos
I1mi lttiuiloIilj JTSlllfM.
Mr. Wood, accompanied by two
scientific gentleman from San Fran
cinco, is engaged in introducing in
t Its. lni,1. it t iwi nl lluiwtiiliili ii fimr
i ij,i .'iiv "'" '"
process of working tlio black Hand,
by which it is claimed all tho gold
will bo caved. Tho cxporiiuentH
TIhih far have not demonstrated tlio
HiieccfHof the plan, owing to some
minor' tlillletilties, which it in
thought will be readily overcome
Wo hope to hear that the invention
ih a Hucceso, us if tlio gold can la1
Vavcd, tiiedo mines will prove a for
tune to their owners and will add
greatly to the business of that por
tion of our countv,
D.ivo Waofon loft loi t Oifoid a few
ilnyn nince, nccoiupnnied hy Mr. Jun
kins, for tho Sixes mines.
Or it regular rain is nt hand nsain,
nud tlio frost and uow have entirely
M. H. (ircgoiy, one of tho pioncoMof
Curry county, is veiy ill, nnd it is fear
ho will not n'oover.
Iviisyox's vnrioty stoio lin boon
thronged with customers making pur-
I'll ii 4fii ftkr liriliilin- tti it.iml ii ii ft ii i. ( lir.
H. Staiikkv says that in a rosidencc
011 the 1'ncillo Const of thtity-ono
year, ho has novor seen it so cold as
on last Wednesday morning.
Mil. Ci.uaviw hns n "lino nssorlmonl
of jewelry, adapted for holiday pres
ent, which ho is otlering at the low
il prions at whieh such goodo can ho
S. S. n.wi.v returned from tho llan
dolph iniiios Inst Tiiosday ; ho inports
the wnter froxen up nnd woik tempo
Chris. Lihiniiiiiiu, of Myrtle Point,
was on tho Hay n short time since,
and contracted to furnish the dealers
on tho Hay with a quantity of Hour
from his mill 011 tho Coquillo.
Kmi'iiii: Citv. wdioie thoy novor do
anything hy halves, hnd n lino Christ
inns Tiee, generously hiden with
valuable gifts; but no land onu boast
a meaner man (linn ho who presented
his wife with only some yarn to knit
him a pair of stockings with.
A TtntM of free school to nil scholar
resident in this dishiot. will ho
taught in tho Academy building, com
mencing January oth. Students re
siding outside the distict will bo ad
mitted upon application to the princi
pal, at customary rates for tho school.
Lnst Wednesday ovening tho Mail
olllco w.is presoutcd with two elegant
nnd delieious cakes by our noighhor
Mrs. Tieglo. Tho amiable donor will
please accept tho thanks of all con
nected with the olllco for this emi
nently appropriato token of her good
Tin: citbons of each of our neigh
boiiug villages of Knipiio City, Now
port, and Knslport observed Cluist
ninsovo. by assembling nnd distribut
ing fiom tho conventional Cluistmns
trees such gifts as woie suggested by
paiontal and social iiU'ectiou. A
pleasant occasion is repotted to have
boon enjoyed at each of those places,
Tin: funeral of little Mary Hill,
which took place last Snhbnth, wns at
tendon hy a largo concourse of people,
The disease which had bcou preying
upon her vitality for more than n
year past, long since left her fiionds
without hope for her icoowiry, and
ovon hor own young hciut had learn
ed by familim Hy with tho near np
pionoh of ihmth to regard tho final
hour with comparative indiU'oronco,
if not witli a hopo of plcnsnnt lollef
from pniu and allliction. On her
duatlt bed, she requested the "Sweet
l)y nnd Hy " to bo sung at hor funeral,
Mhich wns acooidhigpj done
i"' luirirr r(lT('lll('Illf
Mr. W, b. Smith linn anivrd on
tho liny, iih tho toroMiiitnllo of tho
l'. S. Ihiginceis who hnochnrgoof
Vovt Ori'ovil Itclllrt,
A yoilng man iiniued Widliy in ear
rylng llio lr. H, Mull from lliln jilnco
to UerninitHvillo hy way of (ho HIxcm
river. Ho Iiiih a haul lotilo, hut in
cipinl (o (ho cinorgoiioy.
Tho mail xorvieo fiom llnndon lo
Port Orfoid, wiih thrown up hy Mr.
Scott, who wiih employed hy tho luin
hiih contractor Homo timo hIiicc, nud
postinnxtor Wnlcott cinplovcd Louin
Kniipp to perforin tho nervico. (loo
Forty nowdood tho liding.
A. 1), Wnlcott, the oiilcrprifling
meiohitnl of thin place Iiiih n Hplcndld
iiRHOitmeiit of loyH and nolionn which
are being Kohl nt very reiiHonnhlo
Tun Coos May Koai. Wo arc in
formed that Clouuli it Co., contract
orn for carrying tho mail between
lloxohiirg and thin place, mo working
very Ipird lo got the load in n condi
tion that a pack- hnieo can ho taken
through. Tho mail now Iiiih to ho
cm i led about twelve miles on tho Imclc
of a man, nud in places it in huioly
possible, for a man to get through.
An effort wnH made to open tho old
trail over the mountain, hut that has
been given up an imprncticnhlo, nnd
workmen nre now engaged in trying
lo lopair tlio road through the can
yon. Tho gentlemen in chnrgo of
this rou to lime douo nil Hint could he
done to fulfill tho contract. Let any
mnn who is dirtpscd to find fault go
and take n look nt tho situation, and
wo will liunr no more of it.
Loxo ngon ngo, in tinicH ho remote
Hint hintorydoen not fix tho epoch, a
dreadful war wn wnged holween tlio
king of Corn wnll and the king of Scot
land. Scottish valor prevailed, nnd
tho king of Cornwall wns defeated.
Tho Scoltinh nionnieh, elated by mic
cex, i-ent for his I'riino Minister, Lord
Aloxnndor. '.Wool, Sandy," nnid he,
''in llicro ne'er a king wo ennnn con-
pier tho noo?" "Alio it plenne your
"W. i k.,.i mu ..c kisih,u..
uiH nn t'Hiiiiik i iiitiiiinii. mni
whnur is he, SnndyT" Lord Alexand
er reverently looking up, snid : "The
King o' Heoven." The Scottish king
did not understand, hut wns unwilling
to exhibit nny igtioninco. "Justgnng
yor ways, Sandy, nnd tell the King 0'
Heoven togive up his dominions, or
I'll come mysol' nud ding him oot of
them, nnd mind, Sandy, yo do not
como back till us ontil yo ha' done
oor hidden." Lord Alexander retired
much perplexed, hut met a priest and,
renssuicd. emtio buck ami presented
himself. "Wool, rinndy," said the
king, "line you seen tho Kingo' Heov
en, nnd what says he to oor hhulcu ?"
"An' it please your Majesty, I hae no
seen tho King himself, hut I hnvo
soon ane o' his accredited ministers."
"Wcol, nnd what says he!" "Ho says
vcr Majesty may e'en lino his kingdom
for tho nsking o' it." "Was ho sno
ecovil?" snys tho king, warmed to
magnanimity. "Just gnng yor wnys
luck, Sandy, nnd toll the Kingo' lfce-
on that for his ceevility tho de'il a
Scotchman shnll over set foot in his
John P. Topper, 0110 of tho mechan
ics who accompanied dipt. Pnrker on
his trip to attempt tho launch of the
City of Dublin, arrived at homo on
Thursday. He isjust from The Hallos
and icports the upper Columbia cloned
I I .1 HI I..I.H. 111! I 1
IHsinnrck, Dakota liml n oO.OOO
firo on the lSlb instant.
Thi:kk will bo quite a lush for tlio
Soagitgold mines in the spring.
As effort is being ntndo lo establish
n lnw department in the State Uni
versity. Thoio nre 00,000 neros of land in
California planted to vineyards, esti
mated to contain -I.'.OOO.OOO vines.
Congress will take action on tho
question of Chinese immigration at
mi early day in tlio present session.
Mas. (IcVKitxon SivHAai'i: has au
thorized her attornoy to commence
suit for divorce.
JoMifii JIkkii of Itosehurg was late
ly fined 1100 dollars hy Judge Heady,
for cutting timber on government
Gen. Lnim celebrated hid 78th
birthday on tlio Mth instant nt his
homo in Itosehurg,
Si:.vroH Siuitox's pay for tho ex
tra session during which ho wns not
in Washington, is to bo withhold.
"Served him light."
It is represented that Gonernl
Grant has manifested 11 willingness
to accept tho position of tho presi
dency of tho II ieimuiguu ennui en
terprise. Sknatoh Sutkii has introduced
bill to modify tho Iiiwh relating to
tho duty on tin, This net if passed
.will hiivo 011 tho cans used for tho
Salmon fisheries in this Stato .$10,
Tho river and harbor Appropria
tion bill is being prepared by a sub
committee; it will bo based upon
tho estimates of tho AVnr Depart
ment, and will call for (10,000 for
HOITII AMHHICAft tVAII.
Chilean forces have lately
achieved another victory over tho
Peruvians! mid thoir allien, tho de
tails of which aro given by a laic
dispatch, as follows I
An allied force of Peruvians nnd
HoIiviaiiK, 11,000 strong, mnrohing
nor'.hwaids from Noiin to effect it
junction with a reinforcement of TiOOO
men under coiiiiiiniitl 01 tlio rresi
dcutof Itolivln, nttneked, 011 thotilsl
of November, llio Chilonn advanced
corps of 0000 men who occupied an
intrenched position nt Dolores near
Agitn Santn. Tho Chilean heavy can
non decimated tho ranks of the al
lies,who4e cavalry charged Unco times
upon the guns nud attempted to carry
them of!', but were unsuccessful. In
the evening the rear of tho Chilean
forco came up and decided the day.
The allied forces were driven back
nud their camp wns taken, in which
thirteen cannon wore found. Many
wounded officers, Including the Uoliv
inn Uenornl Villcgns, were taken pris
oner, nnd another of the nllicd (Jen
ornls was killed. Tho Chilean loss
.1101t.110MN.11 i.n ;o;ics:h.
The qticslion of the right of the
Mormon dolcgnto, Cannon, to hold
his scat in Congress, rceieving nt
tontion in the House of Iteproscnta
tives. A dispntch of the 10th inst.,
Lnst night, in a conversation with
a Trilniiie correspondent lcspcct
ini nnti-polyirniiiy laws and bills
on that subject introduced in the
House yesterday by Willcts, Delegate
Cannon of Utah snid ho does not
believe thnt thoso lnws can ever bo
inudo effective. He declares that the
desire to disfranchise Mormons is
bom of tho hopo oniong tho impecu
nious of the territory liint they will
ho able to control the offices and dis
burse the taxes of Utah if n scheme
of disfranchisement is carried out.
Cannon denies that he hns tecontly
boon inariied to a fifth wife. He also
says Hint it would be. contrary to nil
precedent for the House of itepro
sentntives to take any notion toward
expelling him. Jf he has olfended
ngainst tho law he is died hy the law,
nnd not by Congress.
Some idea of the work being per
formed by tho United .States Tish
Commission innyvbe gathered froln
tho fact that, a short time siuee, a
car went East from California, con
taining 0,450,000 salmon eggs. Of
these, 11,000.300, were taken off
at Chicago and reshipped lo Iowa,
Kansas, Nebraska, .Minnesota, Ohio,
iscousin and Canada. J he ma
jority of the remainder of the eggs
5,150,000 were sent on to Wash
ington "and thcro reshipped to the
Southern Slates. Three hundred
thousand were taken to Newark, N.
J., repacked ' in refrigerator boxes
and shipped to Germany, France
A Scotch Hkuo. The Abbe
Iteynal wns tho first to give publicity
to the following remarkable instance
of Highland ingenuity nnd courage.
Tho hero of it was a sergeant of Mont
gomery's Highland Regiment, nnd
his name Allan Mnephorson. Hoing
taken prisoner by the Indians, he was
doomed to witness the miornble
spectacle of several of his comrads
tortuicd to death. Peeing them pre
paring to continence thosamo opera
tions upon himself, ho made signs
that ho had something to communi
cate. An intorpietcr was brought.
Miiophorson told them that provided
his life was spared for a few minutes,
ho would coinmuierttc the secret or
an extraordinary medicine, which, if
applied to the -kin, would cause it to
roi-t tho strongest blow of a toma
hawk or a Mvoid, and that if thoy
would allow him to go to tho woods
with a gunul, to collect the plnnU
piopcr for this medicine, ho would
prepare it, nnd allow tho experiment
to ho tried on his own neck hy the
strongest nnd most expert wnrrior
among them. This story easily gain
ed upon tho superstitious credulity
of the Indians, and tho request of Hid
Highlnndor was immediately com
plied with. Hoing sent into tho
woods, ho soon letuined with such
liorbi as ho choo to pick up. Having
boiled theso horbs, he rubbed his neok
with thoir juices nnd, laying his head
on a log of wood, desired the .trongo.t
mnn among tlioni tostrikont his neck
with his tomahawk, when ho would
find that ho could not mnko thosinnll
est impression, An Indian, leveling
n blow with all his might, cut with
such foice that tho head How off to a
distance of several yards. Tho Indi
ans wore fixed with amazement at
thoir credulity, and tho address wiih
which the prisoner had escaped tho
lingering death piepared for him;
hut instead of being enraged at this
csonpo of their victim, they wero so
pleased with his ingenuity that thoy
refrained from inflicting futhor cruel
ties on the remainder of tho prison
ers, Tur.ui: ore oiiio men who aro busy
in idleness and mnko tho leisuro of
pcaco not only moio troublesome,
but ovon 111010 wicked than tho husi.
ncss of war.
"On," snid thonfllicted wife, weep
ing over his body, "ho said ho would
tnko off his flnnnels anyway, nnd, poor
mnn, ho little thought how soon ho
would go to that place whoro llnnnols
aie never needed."
"Wjiat is wisdom?" asked a touch
er, of a olnss of smnll girls. A hriglit
nycd little creature arose and ntistt'or
ed : "Information of tho brain."
"8VMIMTIII7.K with mo!" oxclnimcd
aniorchnnt who hnd fulled. "Jlogrol
my embarrassment 1 You'd bettor
sympathize with my creditors nnd
mourn over their enilmrrns-mciit."
."ilAVnyou given electricity a trial
for you complaint, madam?" asked
the minister, ns he took tea with the
old lady. "Klcctrieity!" snid she.
"Well yes, I reckon it has. I wns
struck by lighting last summer and
hove out of the window, hut it didn't
seem to do mo nt) sort of good."
"A crown will not cure the head
ache, nor a golden slipper the gout."
Very true ; but a ci owned head when
it nehos doesn't hnvo to keep right on
devising way and menus lo procure
bread and butter, nor does a gold-shod
foot whon in twinge; have to suppoit
tho weight of a toiling Ipdy.
Evmtv once in a while wo hear of n
California woman killing a bonr.
This is all right. Hut wo challenge
the world to ransack the pages of his
tory and show us whore a woman has
over got away with a mouse.
Tin: follow who stole Duvhn's horse
in Ton Milo nud wns arrested hy Con
stable Noblo nonrHity City, sometime
since, was sentenced by Judge Watson
to six years in the Penitentiary.
In Marshfiold, December 10, 1S79,
of consumption, Mary I., daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. Hill, aged 12
.Hurl ii; Imelllfjoiice.
Siww.vy, Dec. 21, 1870.
La (ilornde, Moore days from S. V.
AVnoxBSOAY, lh-c. 24, 1S70.
TCmtntl ClIiT. ilnvu from S. P.
Sparrow, days n m S. F.
1 H12JAV. Dec. 2, 1R70.
. at. .ill,-, uilillll , ,u 11 lull .. 4.
Jennie Stella, day from S. I.
NOTICE OF PINAL I'l'OOF.
La xn Oitich, )
RosEiiam, Or., Dec. 19, 1S79. j
TOTICE IS IIEHEHY GIVEN
innt 1110 lonowing named settlor
ins lileu notice of Ins intention to
make final proof in support of hi
claim, and secure fijwl ontry thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from
of date this notice, viz: John E.
Hare, Preemption declarators state
ment No. SCM, for the NE'.-j of SEJjf,
section 20, wi, f SWJ4, section 21
and NWt, of NWLj section 2S,TaO,
Sit 1 1 W, and names tho following as
his witnesses, viz: John Langlon of
Curry county, and Frank Langlois
of Curry county, Oregon.
V'.vr. F. Bexjamlv,
NOTICE 0FFIHAL PROOF.
Lvxd OrFirr, )
llosr.nuitr., Or., l)nc. 9, 1879.J
rTICE IS 1IEUEBY GIVEN
that tho following named sottlor
filed notice of his intention to
make final proof iu support of his
claim, and seenio final entrv thereof
nt the expiration of thirty days from
tho date of this notice, iz: " Daniel
G. Otto, Homestead application No.
2111, for the lots 1, 2 and 5,,SW4' of
SEf , section 15, T 11, S It 13 W, and
names the following as his witnesses,
..: . . iv 11 "..!.. .r -....... ,........
lift. I'- ". - V.Wtl-J. , Wl V.U44J UW11JIL,
and James Coolev, of Currv countv. 1
Oregon. m. F. Btuiixuis,
rVotloo ti li-.o!iilI:i.
rTJCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
that the firm heretofore doing
business in M' shtlcld under the
name of Simpson Boss it Holland,
hns been dissolved by mutual consent,
by the rotiiemont from the firm, of 15
F. Boss. The business will bo contin
ued at tho old stand hy Simpson it
Holhind, and by whom'all accounts
of the old firm will be settled. Perrons
knowing themselves indebted to the
Into firm, will pleaso call and settle
their accounts without delav.
Dec. 1, 1S79. W. It. Simps-ox,
B. F. Boss.
19-4v D. Hou.vM).
NOTICE 0FFINAL PROOF,
U.S. Lvxd Orriri:, )
BosimtiKu, Or.. Oot. 1, 1S70 S
KT0T1CE IS HEREBY CilVEN
' that the following named sottlor
has filed notice of his intention to
mako final proof in support of his
olaim, and secuie final entry thereof
nt the cxpiiation of thiity -lays after
publication of tlii notice, ir : Oeo.
l.Mcrriman, lloinotoid application
No. 2703, for the E'j of NW, SVi4
of NW'i, and lot 1, see. 21. T J!0, S B
14 west, and names the following as
his witnestos, i Cieo. W. Miller, of
Ellonsburg, Oiogoiuand S. I). Morri
man, of Ellennhuig, OiegrTm
Wit. F. Bkxhmix,
Notice of Final Proof.-
U. S LvsnOmcB, )
Bosi:iii'ito,Or., Nov. -lth,lh7n.V
TM-OTICK IS IIEBEBV tJIVEM
--' that the following named settlei
has tiled notieo of hn intention to
mahe liual inoof in support of his
claim, ami seouie linal entrv thereof
at the expiration of thiity days fiom
tho dato of this notice, viz: Pre
emption declaratory statement, No.
;t3i.M. of Miehud Dully , fortlioSW of
NWM.sco 7. T tlii, S B H wost, SE.f
of NEt-. and lots U and J) see. 12, TU2.
S B 10 woc-t, mid names the following
nshiswitiio&eos.vU: Pnlilok Hughes
of Cum- Co, Or., and Edwaul Wil
son, of Ourry Co . Or
Wm. F. Us.numi.n
KOTICK roil PUIIML'ATIO.V.
BosnnfHOi Or, Doe. 17, lfl7
IVTOriCK IS HBBEBY OP
IV Hint the follow ing named settler
YiM filed notice of Iih intention to
make final pmof in support of his
claim and secure finnl entry theeof
nt tho exiiration of thirty days from
dale of thin notice, viz : John Mou
lds, homontcad application No. 212',
for the S'i of NE'f ,nnd W-i of flEj
Sec. 0. T28 S B 12 West; nnd mimes
tho following ns his witnesses, vizi
Samuel Holiett, of Coos county, and
John Rodabnugli, of Coos county.
o2 Wm. F. 1'i.s'oimix, Begister.
.$ ftao pcrdiiy at home. Rninples
nrt" !i free. Address Hti-ison it Co.
fWiiix week in vour own (own. Tentw
ami $3 frpe. Ailifrvsif II. II vu.ktt A Co.
ST'J a week. $12 a day at home ensi
Iv iiiinle. CVtly outfit free. Addionx
'fai k ft Co, AiiiiHtii, Maine.
IX niOXT 01' THE CRXTItAI. HOTKr,.
If you want ancasysbnve,
As' good as barber ever gave,
lust call oil me at my saloon,
From morn 'till night or Imisv noon ;
My razor' sharp, my scissors, keen,
My shop if neat and towel cluan ;
Ami there I think that you will find
Ens-li article to suit the mind ;
I trim tlii' hair with skill for gents,
Of course the price i lift y eenls ;
Shsmfiooi'.ig, loo, I do that well,
Give me a trial, that will tell ;
So help me gracious if I mako you hol
ler, You need not pava quarter of a dollar.
P. S. Hot nnd cold baths always ready.
JFST BFCriVED BYSTAMEB!
AT REDUCED BATES, BY
IlENRY (i I'LOEGEB,
D. Mor-e s Empire City.
1 Jfiv. Ii. JF. Lnchhurt J'fopfictrcus
Livery & Feed Stable,
AVe have lately built a firt-class
Stable on Fine street, and have Horses
to hire at all hours. Hauling done nt
ji vRKsiirini.D, oncoox,
V.'. It. .i-,o.n .t D.IIoLI.wn
and proviKions of all kinds
sold al t ic lowest
niZLrrEIilil) at any point desired
ESB-Wo keep nothing but thebest-tT
nud iuuie .-.itif.iction.
HIGHEST & BEST AWARD
And Grand Meil-J of Eoscr.
Economy, Durability and Rapidity
combined with perfect -work,
An Distinguish"!; Fcatur-t cf the
Giant Farm and Moose Fans,
A. P. DICKEY,
Kovv laving rtapy late improvements they are fullf
riual to cvciy dttnanU . tl.-.nie all kinds of Grain,
Teas, Ikats, f-a.tur Hns, Corn arU Email SreJ
ITiey erads W'heit rrfe:iK b wceliand'infr Sep
wate Oats from W htat, s.tey and K j e They has a
vtry perfect arranjements f'r cltarini; Timothy,
Clover, FUx eed, Orchard Grass, and all other
Small Seeds llu-, ChsB eifct', ami combine
every qualifcetioa Kimred to do the Wt woik in
the shortest time.
Warehouse, wc'l rs Tsret VtHs, are brcely too.
itructed. Unit) U ua tc r "' Tt e ntea to acccra.
mod. to the dcrnjm', end j,ivu"i n capacity of from 5
to j jo busLcls or UiHtr, j-c rdios la s -a .( tnilL
I hey are shipped, b atd Ut occai transportation,
and "stt up" ir "In icLe.1 Jiwn" fjr farwaidtng
talaid, as roquts.iJ. c d i i all cases pst free on
board Cars or Steamer Ordn ftlled sane day ts
Milts shlppcil "Lnecleil dwn" co for lalf th!
(rilit cbaM4 r vshcit fiwaricd stt tip." OUcv
trarl s awl Clrtulcrt wpp)it on aprKratton. rrtfa
will U quoted An and cu libttal teims. Cone
ATw Si,4V? lf irliKviltflil
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