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lYWiiW tttti Thrittnljty morninff,
JOHN A. GRAY. Editor.
Terras, to Advance.
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Thursday, : : t S :': j : t : : July 24, tSoo.
Tlio '(problem of rocrentlon has for
oror received no Inconsidcrnhlo ntton
tlou. "All wotk nnd no plnj' makes
Jack n thill boy" Is n proverb which
hiia nil tlio force of ono of tlio pithy
(sayings ot King Solomon, who. "eouht
out nntl set In order many proverbs.'1
Tho tendency of this century is to
couple tho recreations and utilities of
life in a most wholesome manner, and
licuco wo have tho modem term athletic
Tho contest of animal with animal, of
men with animals, and still more of
men with men, has excited Greek, Ho
nian and barbarian. There is no doubt
that a stand up fight between two train
ol men, or bodies of men, whether
fought with fists, rapiers,, rifles, or in
largo armies, ia the most absorbing of
human diversions. Tho groat feature
of modern athletic sports is In tho fact
that tho contest is not usually against a
man's person. It has been divested of
that brutal and unmanly delight iu in
flicting pain and barm, and assumes the
form of racosand competitions instead
Wo owe this milder and manlier form
of sport to U10 influence of England.
Tho young men of Germany have dur
ing tho last century had n mania for
sword exorcise and boar the sears of
cuts and thrusts upon their iwr.-ons.
Tho Americans devoted their enthus
iasm to rtiuttint; and trotting horses ; but
the young Englishman ran, rowed,
played cricket and revived foot-ball and
tennis. England is entitled to tho cred
it of rescuing athletics from barbarian
tondecies until now it has come to be
considered that no sport among gentle
men can bo directed against the life or
limbs of an antagonist. To inflict bod
ily injury was tho great object of the
Greek boxer and the Roman gladiator.
Now, even in boxing, to wound is to be
awkward, and tlio bulk of all athletic
sports avoid personal combat. The de
velopment of a sturdy and well pro
portioned physical system is the second
feature which has modified all athletics
so that they have become a prominent
feature in the larger institutions of
learning and universities. Amateur
athletic clubs have been organized all
over the United States, with moat ben
eficient results, and the movement
promises well for the physical manliness
of the .American.
The old, traditional picture of the
scholar was that of the lean, stoop
shouldered, billions and consumptive
wreck, who could hardly maintain n
hold on existence. Tho most popular
men in the colleges to-day are pood stu
dents who can out-rnn, out-row and
oat-bat any of their fellows. The effect
of tliis physics! culture is net a mere
matter. of speculation. Dr. Sargent
oC&tesas the resnlt of 3537 measure
ments taken aiuce 1879 in Harvard col
lege thai he has now a record of 213
men in that institution, each of whom
is stronger than the strongest man in
Divested of its brutality, and inspired
with its laudable purpose, athletic ex
ercise has not loot its hold upon popular
enthasiasia, fo' the popular mind is ed
ucated to something better than barbar
ian love of blood and death shows.
The colleges at Cambridge and Uow
Haven were desotted on the day of the
recent ball game at Springfield. In New
York on Thanksgiving day, 1880, there
was paid for tickets to tl e Yale-I'rinre-ton
game, more than ?25,000.
The amateur clubs are endeavoring
to rescue athletics from the degredation
of absorption by professionals, .and the
rules of union of the United States, de
fine the amateur b follows :
"One who has not entered in an open
competition; for elthc a stake, public
or admission monoy, or entrance fee;
or under a fictitious name ; or has not
competed with or against a profes
sional for any prize or wlieie admission
feo is charged ; or who has not instruct
ed, pursued, or assisted in the pursuit
of athletic excrci&cs as a means of live
lihood, or for gain or any emolument;
or where membership of any athletic
club of any kind was not brought alwut
or does not continue because of any mu
tual understanding, exprese or implied,
whereby his becoming or continuing a
membor of soph clab would be of any
pecuniary benefit to him whatever, di
rect or indirect; and who shall in other
and all respects conform to tho rules
and regulations of this organization."
Fears for the Harbor Dill.
A Washington dispatch of July 20th,
pays: "FrietuN of tho river nnd har
bor bill nro beginning to hnvo some fear
for tlio future. There have been whim
perings about tho capitol tho past wtek
Hull perhaps tho bill would bo allowed
to slumber on the calendar of the senate
until the adjournment. Thorcis stroug
opposition lo it iu ccitnin circles on tho
Local and General.
Yaquhin Republican: Tho now steam
schooner built on Alsea bay will soon
be ready to launch.
When is the life saving station that
was to bo established on Yrtqtihm bay,
to bo put hi oKralion ?
Tho steam schooner Augusta arrived
Tuesday morning ftom Tillamook, and
sailed forAleeajestoiday. Sho brought
ground that tho appropriations of this fr0iu iot tnml tho machlnoty nnd boll
congress huxo bron very large, and that
this bill is not absolutely as necessary
ns are tho other appropriation bills
which have been passed or nro awaiting
passage. It is believed iu some circles
that tho president is opposed to tlio pas
sage of tho river and harbor bill. In
tho leptiblican caucus of last week an
understanding was had that tho bill
would tMi consuleied as ono 01 tho ap
proprlauon bills nnd called up some
timo during tho tariff discussion for
passage. Senator 1'ryo said yesterday
that ho supposed tho tariff discussion
would go on for some timo before tho
river and harbor bill would bo called
up. In oilier quarters it is said that if
any effort is mado to call it up U10 sen
ate will refuso to consider it. In any
event, tnero nro grave doubts of the
bill becoming a law."
era for tho now tehooner being built by
.Mr. Harrison at Alscn. Tho Augusta
will return hore bringing n lo.nl of shin
gles consigned to John Ituckley.
The houo committee on elections has
decided two more contested election
cases in favor of republican contestants.
Iu the Florida case of Goodrich va Bell,
the decision is iu favor of Goodrich, and
in the West Virginia caso of McGinnis
vs Aldcrson, tho decision is in favor of
The regular session of tho stnto mil
itia boud for tho second quarter of this
year was held at Salem Tuesday, n
quorum, consisting of Colonels J. T.
lion ditch, J. M. Siglin and J. C. Shoff-
ner, being present. This board proper
ly is composed of Ave members with the
governor, as commander-in-chief of the
slate. Tho regular routino business
was transacted and Eeveral bills were
allowed, and one or two disallowed. In
the latter caso was a bill for $393, pie
sented by the members of the Third re
giment, claimed to bo tho expenses of
their being present at Portland on the
Fourth of July last. Somehow or other
this regiment imagined that all the
slate government was doing nowadays
was to pay bills for such useless exjvn
ditures, but Colonel Bowditch entered a
great big protest, and with the help of
the governor the bill was rejected.
The Umpqua River.
Regarding the improvement of the
Uniixiu.i river, by the government, the
following extracts are made from Cap
tain T. W. Symon's annual report for
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1890:
Just below Scottshurg, the head cf
navigation on the Umpqua river, are
five sandstone bars or ledges, twelve
feet to fifteen feet wide and submerged
from one foot to to feet at low tide on
a low-river stage. They are sepprated
by pools about ono hundred and fifty
feet wide and from five to ten feet deep
at low water.
The honorable secretary of war hav
ing authorized the expenditure of the
balance remaining of the appropriation
of March 3, 1871, viz: ?40S6 SO, in im
proving the river below Scottsburg, a
project was submitted and approved in
I8S5 for making, at an estimated cost of
$4050, a channel fifty feet wide and
three feet deep at low water through
the rock lodges above described by
drilling and blasting the rock and re
moving the broken pieces to deeper
na'.ar in the pools.
Act of March 3, 1S71 $22,500
Act of August 11, 1888 2,1)00
It is stated that recently Senator
Dolpli mado a strong speech in tho sen
ate He was wrought np by insinua
tions made by Senator Reagan, which
he forced that gentleman to withdraw.
Ho brought out and bad read, quota
tions from reports and bills he had pro
pared in the interest of settlers, and in
tended to preservo the public domain
He defied the senator or any other man
to point to a single act of his which
could bo construed to be In the interest
of corporations and against tho settler
or general government. Tho Oiegou
Eenator has not beou so wrought up
during the session and his speech was
not only forcible, but convincing. It
convinced tho senate that the withdraw
al of two-thirds of tlio itate of Oregon
from settlement was a groat injustice.
Senator Dolph mado an interesting
point in showing that tho withdrawal
was in tho interest of the land grant
roads traversing that region, who now
held all tho available lands which the
tateadiug settlor could acquire.
The amount expended on tho
to June 30, 18S0, was $4075 14.
The result obtained wai an increase
in the depths of water over some of the
reefs, through a channel fifty feet wide
from one foot at low, which formerly
extended to two feet at low water.
The amount expended during the fis
cal year, endinx June 30, 1890, was
The result obtained has been to in
crease the extent of the low water navi
gable channel above mentioned, to a
depth of two feet.
The work dono on the Umpqua river
consists in drilling, blasting and re
moving rock reefs near and below
Bcottsbnrg. About 700 tons of rock
were so removed.
Some j ears ago wo wero verv much
subject to severe spells of cholera mor
bus; and now when wo feel any of the
symptoms that usually preceed that
ailment, such as sickness ut tho stom
ach, diarrhoea, etc , wo become pcary
We have found Chamberlain's Remedy
the very thing lo straighten one out in
such cases, and nlwats keep it about
It Is somewhat nuiilar to the UBual
cholera cures, but seems to contain In
gredients that render it moro pleasant
to take, and that do their work more
quickly. Sheriff Devereux tells us that
he is subject to cholera morbus, nnd re
cently felt a spell coming on, when he
obtained a bottle of Chamberlain's Col
ic, Cholera and Diarrhrua Remedy, and
two dofes made him all right. Wo are
1 not writing this for a pay testimonial,
but to let our rcadeis know what is a
good tiling to keep handy in tho house.
Troy, (Kan.,) Chief. For sale by If.
Seugtftacken, Alatshfield and Empire.
Families not already supplied should
lose no time In procuring a bottle of
Chamborlaiu's Colic, Cholera nnd Dlar
rhuia Remedy. It is tho only remedy
that can always be deponded upon for
bowel complaint iu all its forms. 25 and
50 centbottles for sale by II. Bengatack
en, Maruhflold and Empire
Astorians A tolegiam from Tort
Townscnd from tho Fuuicis Cutting, at
Port Townsond, received yesterday,
gives tho latest from tho Alaska salmon
pack up to last Wednesday, tho ftth
inst. At that dato tho pack in nil 12 of
tho canneries at Kodiak island was re
ported very light. At Cook's inlet the
Northern Packing Co., had packed 0,000
cases. Georgo Humo's cannery, 4,000.
Tho Arctic Packing Co. had salted 900
barrels, equivalent to 4500 cases.
Thoro is a man employed at a certain
logging camp, who, according to all ac
counts, Is about as green ns they grow.
The foreman of the gang, nbou t n week
ago, sent him after a "cant hook." Ho
was gontj two days, and finally returned
driving n hornless cow.
Plaindealor: R. A. Graham, of San
Diego, Cil., a prominent railroad build
er, returned hero last Saturday night In
company with Sir. Sheridan from an in
spection of the railroad route to tho tea,
and was so far satisfied with tho enter
prise and apparent resources of the
country as to order his engineers to
commence the final location of the line
from Marshfield to Roseburg. Theyare
now in tho field and the work will be
pushed with alt reasonable dispatch.
C. A. liriggs has tlio contract to build
a dam across tiio North Umpqua at
Winchester for tho Manufacturing Com
pany there. This dam will cost $-'0,000.
Tlio North Umpqua river will furnish
power to drive a million spindles and
other machinery of the big woolen fac
tory and other manufactories about to
be erected thoro. This manufacturing
plant will furnish employment for hun
dreds of hands, and will ho a grand af
fair. Stato Journal : Great numbers of a
largo fly or bug, resembling a butterfly,
have made tboir appearance here. The
glass globes around the electric arc
lights wero nearly full of them last
Thursday mornintr, and piles cf them
were lying on the streets where the
globes had been emptied. Tho liody I
thicker and larger than a butterfly,
about twice the size of a horsefly and
nearly the size of a locust. Tlio body
is of a dark color with gray rings around
it nnd the wings are gray and purple.
They have streamers of long narrow
fans extending out about half an inch
on each side of the head, resembling
tho tusks of tho elephant. Nothing
liko them have ovor been seen here be
foro by tho oldest inhabitant.
Last Tuesday at G o'cloock p. m. a
son of John Kelly, aged 20 years, bad
almost all of Ids light hand cut off in a
sawmill on Lost creek, near Pleatant
Hill. Dr. Iitown, of Eimenu, was .uent
for and at one o'clock on Wednesdaj
morning took off the hand up nearly to
the wrist excepting ono finger. Pre
cisely one year before that time, on the
same hour of tho night, at the same
place, Dr. Drown amputated tho right
hand of Mr. John Kelley, this boy's
father, in precisely tho same way, the
hand having been cnt by the saw in the
Balance of Oonrt Proceedings.
II Seugstackon, inedloiuo for MoMnok
J J Uuasonliovon, medical attendance
on Potcr Williams, fOfl.
Court adjourned until August IS, at
Robert lUwttle, ltieliard A Keller and
John Ucnlit admitted to cUiscnslilp.
1) li Watson, m1 judge, $200: and for
expenses in attending to county btislucM,
Application of Cant llhmicnwolher, of
3o K, O N G, for an allow anco for rent
. rt.t n .11.
'From Gold Beach Gaielte.)
Sheriff Mooro and All Miller left for
Salem last Saturday, with the insane
man, Henry Ferrell.
Frank Lowery, who has been attend
ing the Chemawa Training school for a
couple of years, is homo again, on a
Rev. W. Ilorsfall, of Marshfield, ar
rived bete on Wednesday evening, last,
accompanied by bis wife. He held
Episcopal services at Masonic Hall on
A small sawmill, capable of supplying
the home market, either on Rogue river
or Hunter's creek, would be a paying
investment for frome one, if properly
managed. Although thero is a constd
etnblo demand for lumber it is next to
impossible to obtain it.
lelico Cunnifi this week icconsidered
bi judgement by which Sam Van Pelt
and Henry Drown were held without
bail toanswor for the murder of John
Kdli, and both wore released, tho for
mer on $2000 and tho latter on $1000
bonds. The boys departed for their
homes Tuesday ovoning last.
Win. A. Forgnry has lived at his pres
ent home fourteen years, but is unable
to obtain titlo to his land, owing to the
neglect of the government in the mailer
of surveys. There are numbers of sut
tlerH in tho counly that havo the same
complaint lo make. Uncle Sam is cer
tainly unjust to tho people in this res
pect. Abraham E. Fry died at tho residence
of Wrn. Rumloy, near liagnoll's Ferry,
on last Tuesday, July J5th, after long
suffering, Mr. Fry was an old pioneer
of this coast, having been engaged with
his brother, James M., iu the packing
nnd trading business In Southern Ore
gon and Northern California in Iheesrly
days. Abo was a straightforward, hon
orable man in his dealings, and was un
iversally esteemed by nil who know
him. He was sixty years of ago.
of room fur uso of armory
J J Limb, dorks fees, $850.
P 0 Lcvsr. .1 P olect for Siinumr
cinct decline to qu.ihfy, and 8
Ritran Cruse, witness fees, state
I, Harlockor. sheriff feci in caso
Walkur va Swaimen, $7.05.
W II Hunch, county school Mpl fees,
It W Airey, assisting at examination cf
Z T Sighn, treasurer, files his receipt
from 11 (1 l'locger, treasurer, for 1,030.
18, ai balance of county fund on hands.
Coat in case of state vs II A Johusmi,
T A Walker, constable fees, statu va Ed
Costa in caso of stato vp Whillock, $10.
L Harleckcr, cash paid for sUmps, etc,
E M Waite, blanks, $14.25.
S O Co. for lamps fur court homo, $3.
K G Fhnagin, coal oil for court houso,
S II Uttlicart, for ro-establislimg cor
Cost of jurors at May term of circuit
Cost of witnesses at May term of circuit
Harrett Ttnbrook, meal for juror,
John F Hall, atlv fee, caw of stato
W Gamble, $5.00.
A J Sherwood, attv fees, stato cases,
A Johpson and Ed Wlutlock, $10.00.
J S Young, guarding jail, $29.
W J liutlcr, for recovering body
Win Wooden, $20.
Tho elected otlicers tiled bonds and Uwk
the oath of oltico.
WHS Hyde, for canvassing votes two
days, $8.40; II G Ploeger, same, $0.
Amount paid to indues of election $282:
Amount paid to returning otliccrs, $121.
II W Geity, hauling lumber for repair
ing court house, $1.
V. T Siglin, for transmitting stato tax,
Coast Mail. Herald. Recorder. West
I Oregouian, ad $10 each.
It A Dennett, for blanks and ad, $33.
J D Garfield, for pump for court house,
S II Crocker it Co. for record books
ind stationery, $208.
I'AUl'GIMA IN JUNK.
S C Fidi, expenses nnd keeping jwor
! & A filir.i fnr I isiir.1 :... .1 fM.i.Liit.
Dr J O Cook, medical attendance for J
McMackin, $1$. '
Tho Harding, for digging grave for Mc
George Hulbtirt Si Wolf, for preparing
body of McMackin for burial, $5.
R W Getty, two teams for funeral of
II Sungstackcn, clothing furnished Mc
Southern Oregon Co provisions furnished
.McMackin family, $00.
EG Flanagan, proiisiomi for McMac
kin family, $1 1.82.
E D Dean & Co provisions for J It
Rosa it Lowe, uiedicino for Peter
Williams, $1 1.30. .
J D Marshall t Son, morcJiandiw
nwlied Fetcr Williams, $33.03.
Dr. Cook, medical attendnuco on
Dr. Cook, medical attendance on Mc
J II Roberts, provisions furnished Mra L
Prey and family, $75.
J II Jones, going for doctor for Peter
llaptlst Church.-l'roaohlnR every
Sunday at 10 n. in. and 7 p.
school Ht 11 m. "ov. F. K. Hcoflcld,
,i:,.ilfil.uiBli.-Kcr. V. N. Rout.
i;,i.,..i,onl Church. -Services on tho
2nd nnd 4th Snndnjs in each month nt
It 11. in. Sunday school every ,, Sunday
afternoon t 2:30. Kov. W. Ilorsfall,
"Methodist Episcopal Chureh.-Rov.
J. H. Hoork, pastor, Empho City, Or.
Presbyterian Church. Services at
Smith & Songstacken's hall. Rov. J.
11. Hideout, pastor.
Mrs A Hastings, for keeping and sup
dyiriit poor farm. 8351.45.
plying poor farm, $351.45.
Mrs Prey and family allowed
Mrs Lucy McMackin and family allow
ed $15 per month.
E II DIackcrby, for work and board for
Peter Williams, $25.
UOU.NTIK.S OS KI3XIVH.
J E Morris, Empire City, 12 months.
Timothy Hayes, Empire City, fi months.
Teniif son & Walsor, Randolph, 0 months.
I W Kennedy, liandou, 0 months.
Munck & Tuppcr, Uandon, fj months.
Vexlar pa alia plaster I Europa forsol
jas genom, Flanagan A Uennott's bank,
July It SchrKiiima Utler, Allen, from
d V to S O (V).
July IB SimrO II Chnme, Crlrn, from
July 10 Tug Traveler, I.ur-eu, from H V
to North hem!.
July lfJ fctmr Edgar, from 8 F to North
July 17 Tug Hunter. Wheeler, from H V
to North Itend.
July 10 rituir AJux, Donaldson, from B F
to S O Co.
July 10 Stiur Areata, Marshall, from 8
F to 8 O Co.
July 10-Kchr J fl Wall, from 8 F to North
JulylO-SihrO II Merchant, Provost,
from 8 F to K It Dean ft. (In.
July lfrTug Columbia, Magee, from flur-
uiiicr 10 iorio duiiii.
July 21-Kchr J F Miller, Runneii, from 8
F to 8 O Co,
July 1 1 Kchr (lotanm, Nclxon, 8 F.
July 1 l-Hchr Annie flee, 8 F.
July 17 8tmr Tillamook. IIiuiiiii.H F.
July 17 HtiiirU II Chrinco, Itiiudou.
July 18-Tug Columbia, Miigee.durdiuer.
July 18 Tug Tnivclor, dray Harbor.
July I&-Btmr Kdgaf Urays llurbor.
July IK Kchr Liiura May, Fjorii, 8 F.
July 20-Btmr AJux, Donaldson, 8 F,
July 21-8tmr Areata, Marshall, 8 F.
Why do you allow your lungs lo 1 0
worn out by colds when it 11 fly cent
I..11H.. ,r Dr. Miirnhv's Svruii of 1 nr
ami Wild Cherry will glvo you IiiiiikhII
ato relief? For sale by all loading
druggists utid dealers in patent medi
Monitor steel ranges for hotels, board
lug houses, logging camps, and family
sues, at O'Connoli'u hardware house,
Palntl Paiutl Paint I
Wo havo a comploto lino of all colore
and whllo paint mixed ready for lis
Theso paints are prepated specially for
the Oregon climate; thoy aro warranted
to be superior to lead and oil or any
other paint In oiiit of lustra and dura
bility. It will outwear any paint in tho
market, and comes choior than anv
paint worthy of tho name. You will
avuld thu annoyance of mixing nnd get
ting the hhatlu you want as we hnvo
sample eards prepared for icpresenllng
each color exactly as It will look on
buildings. Wo havo also a completo
lino of staining colors, such aa antique
oak, ash, walnut, cherry, rosewood and
mahgoany; hard-oil finish varnished,
floor paints, copper paint, rubber paint,
and In fact anything you want to decor
ate your house, inside or outside, root or
basement, carriage or fence. Send for
sample cards to Eimknk O'Coxnkm.,
Sarsktldt for Skandlnaver
Ettfullt lagor nf Svonskn inedlclnet
finncsnlltid alt tillga I Goldnn'n drug
store till bllllga prisor. lload Nl be
hofver af medicinor. bocknr. iWvolor.
toalettprydnadur in. in. bor Nl kopa hoe
Golden for nil Inbespara pcnnlngar.
Do finaslo vlner och llkorur for inedlcln
nkaandamal linnas dor ocksa. llesok
Gulden's drug stow, hvnrest Nl skall
ron a utt godt bcmotHiido och inbespara
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice
UiTKiSrAri.s lNi)Om:c 1
RwWmrc. Or . Mar aS. i8x f
Notice it litrlij- ipvcn lli.it in uuiplmiu-r
with ttic provisKmi of lli act of Conrrt of
June 3, 178, entitled ' An act lor the nle 01
timtwr Limti In thealatrt of California, Oregon
Ncv.iil.1. and Washington territory," lAsrr.K
A. Yo KAM. of MattrifirM, county of Coot, tttlc
(or 1 crnlory) 01 Orrgon, Ims nils ilay tiled in
lilt office hu sworn statrmrnt No , for die
iHtrchue of t'.a imU of nwjf, o( section
No. as. In tonhl(Nu. 35 . rani-is No. 13
w, nnd will offer proof in thow ttiat (lie land
wurht It more valuable for its llmtxr or ttonr
than for acricullural purxws, and in ettaMUh
hli claim lo said hml before Ihc Ueiilrr and
Kccei.cr of this ollice At Uotctmrg, Or., on
Saturday, the 16th day of August, 1890.
lie names ns wltnrsivt J II, l)ait. Win.
Doyle, Win, bmllli, CaMn fridges, of Marsh
field. Coos county. Oreeon.
Any and all pcrtons claiming adversely I lie
abote-dctcnlicd land are riouested to file 0eir
claims In tldt orficc on or tieforc mid 16th day of
plO CIIAS. W. JOHNSTON. Kei;ller.
Timber Land, Act June?, 1878. Notice
1'nit:s St ati'. I-anii Orricr.,
KosF.HUHO. Onion, luly till. 1800.
Notkc it hereby Riven llui In compliance
with the movtlont of the net of Cancirtt of
June 3. iBjfl, mlltled "An net for the late of
limner kimit m in time 01 lamarma, urrgon,
Nevada, and Vajhinj;lon lenttory," Nrlton
U, of Martlifteld. county of Coin. Mie
of Oregon hat tint diy filed in ihif ollio-
hi sorn tUtcmcnt .No.- fortlieHircliu-of the
tel of e! of lection No. n.ln lonhip No.
35 . rnnjc No. 11 w, and will offer proof to
ifiow tint the land toughl It more valuable for
Ut limber or ttonc than for agricultural tmr
pcnei, and loetUblith hit claim lo inid land
before the KceltteT and Itecdvcr of llilt office nt
Kobiirg, Oregon, on 'I hurtday the 18th day of
bepieinbrr. iboo. lie mines at witnessct.
Ijcvi Smith. Joe Cheatham, Kdwnrd 'Hionuj.
and Thnnm Crcnson, of Marthficld, Coot
Any nnd alt pcrtont claiming mlvcrtcly the
aboc-dr4critcd Undt ore requeued to file
llieir cMimt In ihit office on or before laid 181I1
ilay of September, 1890.
jyio John II. Siiui-k. Kegittcr.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice
United Siatm Lan OrriCK,
Uotcburg, Or., July Jtli, 1890.
Notice It hereby given that In compliance
ith Ihc proriilomof lite act of Congrctt of
June 3. 1873, entitled "An net for the le of
timber Limit In the tutcs of Ddiforntt, OrrRon.
Ncvad.i, and Watlungton Territory." ICiluiinl
Il10m.11, of Marthfield, county of Coot, tuic
of Oregon I1.1t (tilt day filed in thlt ollice hit
morn statement No. .forthepurchntonf the
ne of nejf of section No. ir, in townthlp
No 35 S, range No. 11 w. nnd will offer proof
to show that the kind sought Is more valuable
for its tlmlKr or stone than for ftgilcullimil pur
poses, nnd to establish hit claim to said land be
fore Ihe Kcgtttcr nnd Receiver of ihts office nl
Kotebtirg, Oregon on Thursday, the 181I1 day of
September, 1B90. He names ns wllncstes:
I-cvl Smith, Joe Cheatham, Nelson loiwit,
Tlios. Creason, of Marshfield, Coos county,
Any nnd all persons claiming adversely the
nhove-deierihed lands nrc requested to file their
claims In this office 011 or before said lfiih day
of SeplemlMrr, 1800.
jyio John II. Siiui hegistrr,
Notice for Publication.
Ianu Orrict: at Kosriiukg, Or.,
July 1 cth 180a
OTICB IS HKRBIlY OIVBN TflAT
the following-named settler lias filed notice
of his Intention lo make final proof in support
of his claim, nnd that said proof will be made
before the clerk of the county court of Coot
county, Or., at I'.mpire City, Or,, on
Saturday, September Cth, 1890.
vis: Srr.Bi.ltiri P, Coniikon, I're-cmpilon I), S.,
No, 6383, for the i of tejf of section 30, nnd
w of swK of section 31, township 35, south
range it west. W M.
He names the following witnesses lo prove hit
continuous retideme upon nnd cultivation of,
said land, vli ; Hniitnrd B. Ilettey, Henry C.
.Smith, Isaac Lindrlili nndjohn F. Hull, all of
Marthficld, Coos county, Oregon,
Jyi7 John II. Siiui-k, Krglster.
flVeatnry Department, U. S Ufe Saving 8er.
J. vice, Washington, I). C , July a, 1800.
S,alcd propos.il will be recclvcil at t Ills offio
until 3 o'clock p. nt., of Thursday, Augutt 7,
1890, for the contraction of n life-tnving station
at or near the mouth of the Um(Ui livrr, one
on Coos Ilay, nror Kmplre Clly, nnd ono at the
mouth of the C'oqiillle river, nil in Oregon,
Proposals will be received for one mid nil sta
tions, nnd bidders prnpotlng for all should stale
for what sum they will build each, mid for what
sum the three. Plant and sprtlficatloni, con
t lining full Informillnn, nnd forms ofpropot.il
tan Ik; obtained from the C'ollectorsof Cuitonit,
Binpire City anil Portland, Oregon; the Suwr
Intendent, Twelfth Llfc-Kavlng District. Ap
tirnlfin Pulldlng, San FranciKo, California;
Superintendents of Construction, Life-Saving
SUtlont, Pacific Coast, No. 34 Stato Street,
New York City, and upon application to this
office. S. I, KlMUALL,
General Superintendent, '
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