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Hill's Coast Railroad
CONCERNS COOS BAY
Will Take In Coast Harbors and
Terminate at San
f , is. f. cnii) nr
;TJio report that President James J.
1H1I of tho Northern Securities Com
pany has hta sgents at work in Califor
nia with n view to securing a right of
way for the Great NorthetnRal'.war from
Portland to San Francisco has created
widespread Interest, particularly in this
city and in the coast towns which havo
bf en mentioned ns probable connections
of his now road.
Thoio is no longer any doubt that the
Great Northern Railway magnate iB d6
terminod to make his road a formidable
rival to the Southern Pacific for Califor
nia traffic and that ho is rapidly perfect
ing his plane for effecting this end.
Fccts have developed that leave no
doubt that a number of railroad corpor
ations recently formed In the State are
really the preliminaries of the Mil pro
ject and that by the time Mr. Hill Is
prspareJ to admit his intentions half
of Ihe distance between Portland and
Ean l'rancls.'o will bo railed by his
agents and terminal facilities secured on
the biy of San Francisco.
Through the most reliable channels il
has been learned that one of Mr. Hill's
intimate friends, and to some extent a
business associate in the ast, has al
ready started on a railway which will
be extended north and south from Santa
Kosa and eventually meet the other
portions of the projected ro3d as tbey
are extended down from Oregon and np
from the bay. This friend is none other
than W. W. Remington, the arms manu
facturer of New York, who is operating
in California through the agency of two
gentlemen, one of whom is J, M. Beck
of 210 Sansome street.
Mr. Beck as ho admitted yesterday,
resigned some months ago a lucrative
position in a local insurance company to
engagb in the railroad business. At
present ho has surveying parties making
a preliminary" survey between Santa
irpsa and Pctaluma and southward for
4m m dstw-svv - s r
' r ri . - ... ..
biliousness anu a coated tongue
are common ind,:t"ns of liver
and icidney disea ei. htomach and
lowej troubles, wvere as thry are,
give immediate warning by pain,
but liver and kidney troubles,
though lost painful ut the start, uro
inucn naniw to cure. Jhedfords ?5
Bluuk-Uraiiclit jiovt fai!n to br-iit- U
(If A ijtmviuX lifir fiiiil .'i-.ciUf.iir.il 11. 1 -Li
M.111H.ltflLI .Mil. IIUUIIMJUMRIU
neys. It i-tir-j np the torpid liver
to throw off thr genus of fever and
ague. It h a certain preventive
of cholera r.nd Bright'a disease of
the kidneji. With kidnova r.
inforced by Thedford's Blfick
Draught thousands of persons havo
dwelt iinmuno in tho midst of yel
low fever. Many families livo in
perfect health and havo no other
doctor than Thedford's Black
Draught. It is always on hand for
U3o in an emergency end mva
many expensive calls of a doctor,
Mullini, S, C, March 10, 1901.
I have used Thedford's UI-uk-Driiicht
for three years and I have not hadto'go
(o a doctor since I have.bcrntsklng it.
It Is tht best medicine fcr me that Is
on the market for liver and kidney
troubles and dyspepsia and other
complalinV Rev. A. 0. 1EWIS.
ft number of miles. Tho southern ter
minus of tho road is to bo somen hero
xn. tho San Erancisco Kay, most likely
near Tlburon. This much Mr. Reck
candidly admits, but whan n Call ro
portar turned the interview to a question
of a northern terminus or tho objoctivo
point of tho road the promoter of tho
linobecamo evasive and finally begged to
be excused from further Matcmentt.
I1CCK EVADKR QUESTIONS
Mr. Beck, who displayed a keen em
barrassment over tho fact that his Iden
tity with Mr. Remington had become
known, stated yesterday that his pro-
posod Bus, connecting Santa Ro?a and
Pctaluma with tho bay, was to bo op
crated by electricity, but a strange fact
has been -developed In counoction with
this plan and that he proposes to con
struct his road as a standard gauge, with
the heaviest rails and ballast it with
decomposed rock, which would readily
.,,, ,-.. .-, w.v-w
tractor the probability of being finally 1
used as a steam road.
When askdl as to whether tho lluo
would be extended eventually farther
north, Mr. Deck reflected for n momcut,
and then with apparent reluctance
answered that it really was part of the
plan, that is, thero was serious talk of
running it through tho Napa Valley up
to Clorerdale, touchinc at various points
en route, and then taking a northwest
erly course over to the coast and con
necting with Eureka.
ueadi.vo ron coos bay
"You know, probably." said the gen
tleman, "that Humboldt Biy and Coos
Bay are tho only harbois on tho north
coast that are not touched by one of tho
great transcontinental roads."
What significance may be attached to
this remaikMr. Beck would uot sugcest,
but it was evident thatsomo part of the
plans for a railroad of moro than an
ordinary magnitude concerned Coos Ray
the very point that report cays the new
Hill liro will connect with. Answering
another nuestlon put to him.QMr. Beck
"I cannot tell you, for good reasons,
who is associated with Mr. Remington
and myself in this project and I would
not have mentioned bis nsmo nau you
not como to me with tho information.
Whatever his connections are, whether
with JamcB J. Hill or sonio other rail-,
road president, I am unablo to cay."
There are teveral men of tho .North- j
irest, including two prominent mining
men now in this city who, so it ia claim-1
ed. have been bondinu land up the coast
along tho lines recently aurvoysd by the
two Hill parties, for no other purpose
than holding them as Investments. They
all seem to be eomewhat acquainted
with Hill's plana and aro takiug advant
age of their knowledge.
TO ADVERTISE COOG
Work Viil go Ahead Without Long,
The delay in organizing tho new
Chamber of Commerce is not to bo Al
lowed to postpone all tho work to bo
djno in connection with that body.
President J. H. Flanagan and Senrotary
J. S. Qoko ot tho old body, who are
among tho leading spirits iu the now,
are determined to go ahead with tho
work of gathering information prepara
tory to gottiug ont literature advertising
Coos Bay. They aro communicating!
with tho commercial bodies of other
towns and cities, with the Oregon In
formation "Bureau and with pther parties
whomay be iu u poeltion to yivo yplu
ble ppjntors as to tho method that
havo proved successful In advances tho
interests cl other places.
Datn will nlto bo gathered nml llio
matter which It la doslicd to issuo in
printed form will bo prepared, nml
milcsa tho aiew Chamber locijulpptd
for business by that 'imp, tho printing
will probably bo ordered. -
It is fully renlUed that vnluablu time
in patting and that whatever la douu
this season tuujt bo dono aa quickly as
possible, to got result.
Tho time uuvor was so favorablo for
this work, and tho gentlemen who nro
awake to tho best Interests ot Coos Bay
aro anxious that tho ball shall bo sol
EXPERTS IN WOOD.
The Old Violin .MiUr ami ttie Mate
rial They Unt-il.
Tho great violin mnUors nil lived
within tho cvuipass of loO year. They
chose their wood 'rom 11 few great tim
ber fftliHl In thi Miuth Tyrol nml
Uontwt down tn ntfts-plno and innplo,
pycaniotv, pear and ash. They ox
muliuHl these to llnd tUreufcn and veins
nml freckles, vnhinble uierllclally
when brought oHJj-H:ltilJliiR.
They learned to tell tho dyuuaty of
the pieces of wood by touching them.
They weighed them, they struck them
Ustoned to Judge how fust or how
slow or how tveonnntly they would
vibrato In nnswer to Hiring. Some
portions of the wood must be porous
n'nd'soft. Mime clo-e of liber. Just the
right beam was bard to Hud. When
found. It can be traced all through tho
violins of some great master and after
his death In conic of his pupils.
The piece of wood was taken home
nml .enoncd. dried in the hot llrvschi
nml Crvinoim sun. The house of Strnd.
Ivarlus, the grent master of all, Is de
scribed as IihvIiir been as hot hs an
oven. The wood was there waked
through and through with sunshine.
In this grent heat the oils thinned niul
dlmmcrcd slowly and penetrated" far
Into tin? wood until the tfiruUh became
n jmrt of the wood Itself.
The old violin makers ucd to save
every bit of the wood when they found
what they liked to mend and patch and
Inlay with It. So vibrant ami so re.-o-unnt
Is the wood of good old vlolliw
that they murmur und echo and slnjt In
answer to any mmiiuI where n number
of them hntiR together on the wall, n
If reUearsIng the old music that they
A New Jcrney man who Uvea In New
ark kissed n widow of that town with
out previously giving Warning of his
Intention. This may linve been the
reason she smote him w grievously
over the head with n broomstick that
he had to plaster It with vinegar and
brown paper and may expect a severe
headache for several weeks to come.
The moral of the Incident, if It has
any, Is tliat n woman nicprliK'd can
( dte,,lay ,,ult0 ns muci, fur). as wo.
A statistical profossor In tho I'liiver-
Flty of Chicago declares that "ChlcStgo
I I tho second large-t Bohemian elir In
I tho world, the third .Swedish. Ihe Milid
Norwegian, the fourth Polish, the fifth
German (New York being the fourth)."
Iu nil there are some forty foreign lan
guages, lucludluf the English Ian-
... 0,,, n,n,,.,
Although the United State nrscn.il
nt nock Island, III., Iiuh been destroyml
1 fl"-'. may be of Interest to boim- of
rur Kuropean friends to know that wo
,mV(. anotll(,r ut sprlnglleld, Mass.,
'ivblch is Jn excellent working cruer.
Again thoro nro symptoms or nn out
break of controversy between the
church und the stage. It Js hoped,
however, that Jt may bo Isolated and
brought under control before It be
rrosident Cfostro having declined Mr.
CnnwxIe'K offer of ready cash, the
Macedonian patriots might be prevailed
upon to nccept the money If the good
man Is really anxious to get rid of It.
It is nnnounced that there' Is to be
no woman's building at the St. Louis
exposition. 1'erlmpn It Is Just as well.
The chances arc that If tho women had
u building they wouldn't stay In It.
llip I'rlcKly J'enr or Alrlen.
Mischievous though tho pri l.ly pear
Jh, it Is not wltlumt its good qu.il.tles.
Its juicy fruit, though rather dHicJent
lu flavor, Js delightfully cool mid re
freshing Jn the dry heat of tie- Hum
mer, anil u kind of treacle In niim ot it.
Great caution Ih needed in peeling
the prickly penv, tho proper way being
to Impale tho fruit on it fork or Htlclc
.while you cut Jt open and leinovo the
Hkln, and woe bfttldo the lingerx of the
unwary "now chum" who plucI.H tho
In dry weather nt tho capo IheBO
spiteful Httlo Htlngs do not even wait
for the newly 'arrived victim, but fly
about, light iih thistledown, ready to
nettle on any one who has not learned
by experlefico 'to give the prickly peiir
bUBhoH a wide berth. "Homo Life on
an Ob WcU.ramulLj ,.K i.-.'h
Noticola hereby gmm that tho herein
n(ir set forth putlllou (or tho Incorpora
tion ol tha City of North llutul, Coos
County. Oregon, will bo prosunlcuV to
the. (.'tunny Court ol t'oos County, .Ore
gon, for action thereon on tho ltt Moil
ilivv In Aptllof tho April HKKt, term of
jnhl County Court, for Coos Count
Oiegou. w hint riuil petition Is
in ords anil llgurco nil loilows, to-vvii:
-To the lloiiuriililu County Court, ol
Coos County, Oieuon.
We, I lie uuderriguodi iiunlllled eleu
tors of Coon Count), Oregon, resident
within the boundaries of tho herein
after dcrcilhed land, do heroby petition
to your honorable body that the heroin -iv
(1 or described tract of laud may be
Incorporated nml known as the city of
"North Uend" under the guuerul law
for the incorporation ot Clllcn ami
(owns In the state of Oregon, and des
cription of the boundaries of said pro
posed eltv in as follows t
lUgiiilug st the South-west corner of
lot six uf Section Nlteeii, of Township
'Twenty-live South, ol Uange Thliteou
I West of Wtltntnetto Meridian, run
I thence Northerly along the Wcbtllno of
, lots tlvo a.i'.l six of fivlil Section fifteen,
and along thuWest Itouudry
two, three nml four of Section
J paid Towns ipnnd ltunue, and
linater v nloiiR Ue orin lino
one ami two of said hection ten, thence
due :x to low water llneol t oos Hay,
tl.eticti Southerly along tho low water
iiltiootCoof Bay to point due Knst of
the line dividing lot (our ot Section 15 of
' nld I'owmhipnMl Uunge equnlly into
I North and South halves thereof, llienco
idue West on mid lino to tho Went
. iKiuudary line ol ridd lot lour, thence
1 North along the 'et boundary linn ol
lots three and (our of said Section fifteen
to the Klh boundary Hue of the North
west quarter of the .North castqtmrtor 01
ttd Stclion tllteen, thence west along
eaid South boundary line of said North
west quarter of North-cnt quarter und
of lot six of said Section fifteen to tho
olnct) of bi'uinuiuir.
And we do hereby state and represent
to your honorable body thH we are
moro than one hundred and (If y people
I who nro residents and living rlhin the
boundaries above detenbed and ol said
' proved City.
! Win Vaughn, J W Flanagan, L F
Falkeiittein, K K lticg, V II I.-ckwood.
SU' lluntron, CM Bylur, W .M l.awler, Jr.
Alius Kingston, Ira I. Wel'zul, Chin K
I Kaiser, T T tiolden, 0 K McCollum.
; John l.indren, M P I'endergrats, J W
Urout, C A Pointer, TI109 Itookti. U 11
IJonci, A Wirih. A F .MorrK F Kaiser,
)C 11 Starbuck, (i K Walker, KM Khnnur,
W II Condart, John 11 Kckhoff, I'hns
1 I.I I II I. I II IIII......MV
I'.lKllou .ir., J vi mini, .1 . tiiiius, j .
illpjord, I-: to 11 Mi-lsou, J (' Toello. Kmil
Fortell, C II Kiiicrolt, Victor Amlerrou.
Walter S ('arsons, D B Barton, J U
Bridges, Ike Freelund. Frank Klvepor,
T U Cunpmnn, Fred V I.illeiithall, K B
Fiith, Mike Berghuud, John Sundin,
Johu BcrnaUi, 3 ll-t
PATHNT WUITINd FMNG
Thu mini Imonriant ininrnvctiicilt of ,
1 - ..-.-- ....,.-.--. ..... !
. the age in tho nrt of penmnnihip rmiMiH
the jioortU writer a fpieiiuiii peiiinitn in
n few weeks by tho lire of thin ring.
KndorEcd by prominent Coilcgo Preel
dtrntHiiiul Boardt of IMitcation in Eu
rope nml America. Sample do.jn n
Horted mz?h fent l paid for 1.00. tin
gle sample tWc. When ordering hlrigltf
ring, statu wiiethcr for inuu, woman or
PENN MPG. SUPPLY CO.
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haH been steadily growing ear rdrice.
Time is the teat of all tiling, ami has
sot its spal of approval on the Thrice-a-Week
World, which is widely circulated
lu every State and Territory of thu Un
ion, and where-over thero nropeoplo who
an read our mother tongue,
. Thin p.irr for lw coining winter and
iho year M, will make Its newa oer
;ice, if pokfilhle, more cxlcncivo than
wer. All events of importance, no mat
er whern they happen, aro re
ported accurately and promptly.'
Tho eubacriber, for only one dollar a
year, gels three pajicrb every week and
more news and general reading than
'noBt great dailicft can furnish nt five or
dx tliiica the price.
Tho Thrice n-Week-Wcrld U nlicf)
ulely fair in llH political news. Par
Mean bias is never allowed to affect its
news columns, and Uouiocrnt and Ku
mibliean alike can obtain iu its tinges
truthful accounts of nil the great polili
, cal campaigns,
I in addition lo all tho news, thu
Thrice-a-Wcek-World furnishes thu
best ferial fiction, elaborate market
rcportH and ojher features of interest,
Tho Thrice-a-Week-World's rrgular
BiibEcription pricftis only 1.00 per year
and this pays for 5U papers. Wo offer
this iineiiinled newpaper und Weekly
(JOAh'J MAIL together ono year for
I Tho regular Btibtrrlplion prlcoof tho
two papers is J-.fK)
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T1MBKH LAND, ACT JUNK !l, 187H
NOTIC'K FOlt PUIHilATlON.
U ultcd Mutes binil Oilier, Uoichurg, Oicgen,
Jan. af, ivoj.
Notleo li lierrhy given lli.it in cnnipllmics
with llio tirovhlons 01 Iho Acl of ConKiett ol
lime 3, UI78, vnlitlrd, "An net for llio mlo el
limber l.imli in die Sdite of Gil I Tom In, On'Kon,
Nevnil.t itiiil Watliliigton 'rcTtllory." m tiMenil
rtl in nil dm I'ubllu l.tnil Sinter hy ucl ol An
(tut ., ilioa.
WILLIAM It. ST UIHW,
of Mimlificttl. Comity of Cihii, Smlo ol Oirgon
Inn tlili il.iy llled In this ulllio lilt nMorn Mute
incut No. ii, for Urn imttlmuj of the
SWK of NICs-i, NWi.iofSKi.., lii-i of SV
1 I of See. No 19, In Ti No aj S.Wt No 11 W,
unit will oiler proof lu lum ih.it ( tho l.init
oui;lil li inoii! vnli) ililc for lit timber or Hone
lli.tn for ncrlcnlinrnl ptirMvsnml ID ctMhllili
lilt claim 10 Mid liimi iH-foru W. U, Uoniibi,
I' S, Commlisinncr for Uregon, ill .tnulmelil,
Dirgon, on S.ilnnliiy, the 11 il.iy ol April, iim.
lie nnnirtj n vllnrtri' I'lojil Cbllrll, C I.
Smith, IM (..'ollrll, K ColTcll, nil of Mitnlc
Any nml ull peoon el.ilmlng ntWcrvly the.
iiUivc iloictllwil l.imU tun iiiiicteit tj llio llicir
ctilnii In llilt elllcc on or befoic ak. 11 ility
of Apill, 190J.
1 30 , T. Ilititxiisi, Krglilcr.
riMBKU LAND, ACTJUNK II, 1878.
NOTICK KOIt PUBLICATION.'
United States Und OlUce, Koxburg, Oieuon.
Pcb. 4, iovj.
Notlcr It hereby given lint In compll.incr
Mllh tho ptovltloti ol thencl ol Com;iM ol nnc
1, 187a, nititlril "An net lor llm t.il? of tiiiitxr
l.imli In lli Miitc of C.ilifetnl.t, OrrK1'"! Nr.
sm, nml Wellington "IVrrltory," as rxl'iiileil
lo ull ihe Public lind Suites by act of AuguM
4' ' Ji' ANTHONY STAM BUCK,
of Manhfielit. comitv of tuM, Miit.i of Ore
gon, hat tint il.iy filed in tin oilier h iiuirn
tintvmrnt Ni (IJO, for llir pntcli.iw) of
l)ie .S)i of I'M Jwttcn No. 31, In lon
thin No, 36 South, Itntiite No 11 Wot, nml
will oiler proof in show iImI thu Unit aongltt It
num? v.ilu.iliW or lit tinitwr or stone iImii for
.1tirict1ltur.il (Hirpowt, nml lo rtt.ihllih hit tl 1I111
to villi L011I Ik-fold W, U DoiikI.u, U. S. (.'oni.
mistioncr for Oregon, nl .lAnslilirM, Orrguu, or.
.ittiitlay, ihe nl il ty of M.ty, ivj
He lunirtnt tiltncuct lter Smith, teste
Sinitli, Aln Smllti, WlllUm llonehrkr, nil of
Any ami .ill ievins eUlmlng nilvrtwly the
ib ive-ileicritml Units nic rniirttrl lo file their
r'.imi in llih oIIkc 011 Of Uloir mll ad ikiy
ol Mil), 1 ! J. J.'l. IIkIix.ia, Krgltlcr, a-3i
TIMIIKU LAND. ACT JUNK a. 187H.
NOTICK I'Olt PUBLICATION.
I'niiNl Suin Liml UliWc, Hofhurg. Oregon.
Feb loth. nj.
S'Wk it hereby glten Itwl In cumpltonee
wiili the Koi.kiiit ui live ct of Congrctt nf
ime 3. i7H, entilleil "An m.1 for ttm sale of
tuilKt lan.lt In Mm utes ol CillfornU, I re
gcn. Net.i'lii, anil Washington 'lefrllory," at
ettcmieil to sill the I'uUic Linit Sutcs by act of
AUglUt 4, ISVyJ.
CAUL A ,MA(?N1'.V.
of Harriton, county of Kettcrsil, stAlr of Mi
ho. Uu thlt diy filil In tlflt oMu'c hit som
sutcmrnt No 4jj. for Uw tiurtlutf1 of llm
NK1-10fhU1-4ulSrc.1a.an1l N) of SWi-i,
hWi-jsif JWi-4 0fSc. No. u.lnTpvs 34N
It 1 1 wrtt. nml will olfer proof to vIkiw ih.il tl c
LumI MMJKht it more talunble fnrilt IlinUer or stone
I' .01 for JK'kullurul imipovrt, nml to rtl.ihhth
InscUlm tos-ixl Imil liefoir W. V. OoukLu.
I' S C'oniiiiitMonrr lor Orneon, nl llauliliclil,
Ur,:on on luewUy, the 16H1 il.iyof June, 100).
lie imiiMrtiit wiliKtct Jrrfm I. Mitsjnry, ol
I'.fMtoo. btiho, John MtcliHhrink. Henry
.Mi.hclUinl.. V t Fuller, of Allrgsny, Jr.
Any ami nil (Vftont ihlmtng nibrrwly the
4lc-trM.'iilMt timlt Hie rcetimte.1 to file
ti.f ir rhliut In this oihee on or hrlote mm! lOih
ili l June, 19OJ.
szi 1. T. IlKUMirs, Kegitter.
'il.MBKIt LAND, ACT JUNK !5. 1H78,
NOTICK I'OU PUBLICATION.
I -tied amies Laml oih tr,Koetmig. Oregon,
Fel). o, 1 50 j
Notice is hefrlty m thnl in lomtilMiice
u fl. Ih. nff.ul.um. .if tliM Jl I ftf (.'lllivrrlt fit
June 3. iSyt, rniuW "An .! for the sale of
tiriUr lamis in Hie flairs 01 1 aiiioiini, vinnn,
.SeiAila. (tml Witkhinicto'i Territory, nt extend-
111 to nil iih! ruuuc iinu amies uy nti ui iu
gutl 4, 1803,
VAI.1KK I. CONTmON,
of anlifio!il, county of Coot, stale ol Oregon,
1. 1 f 1,1. .Irtw fit..,t In Ihlt r.flin lilt tunfn Mitt.
inrnt No. .8j, for the pmehatcof the I'H tit
.M'.l-.j, .nwi-4 01 .iii-i, arc. i. nun - i
olSlCi). of Sec Sto 3 111 Tp No. si .South,
Hani.- Kn 11 U'm anil uillciffrr nrorif III lliow
Hint the I in I sought It moir valuable for Hi
lliuoer or uut; iimii iui ..1,11111111.11 ii,iinjw9,
no I to establish his cLiim lo sntd I mil iH-furc
W. U. Dour.... V. J. Commissioner for Ore
gon nt M.irslificM.' Oregon, on haturdiy, tlic
iith day of stay, nty
lb- naniei ns 'vitneisen Chat Noble, W II
Nohle, I. M Nobre, D.olil Mustcn,.3,ll of Marsh
nelil, Oirgon. ,
Any simlnll ij'rsons claiming ml.rru.ly die
uljoviwlr cMhcd Umll are ri-iilct'.d lo file tln-lr
iLuins in llilt i"icu on or helore S.1I1I ytli 1l.1v
of May, irjj. I . "I . fluii)Oi:i, Ki-jjlster. 3 38
TI.MBKlt LAND ACT JUNK 3, 1878.
NOTICK IOU PUBLICATION.
United Stales l-ind Office, Koichurg. Oregon,
I'll) 3, lyOJ.
Motlcr is hereby given that in complianci
with lliepnnl.loniof thn net ol C'oigreM ol
111111:3, ,878' onlillwl "An Act for Ihe side ol
Timber I. mils in the Stales ol i.'.iliforii.n, Qtc
gon, Nevada, und Wmhinglon Tciritt.i)," ut
extended to nil tins I'ublj;- l,.ir,il States by net 0.
AiiKUtl .1, ij.
of.l.irslifwld, toiuily of foot, Main of Ore
gon, litis Ibis day filed lu this illicu hit
sworn iutriiii-iit No. ), fur ihu imicliase of
the N.'tff NWjf, M'.K of NWjf of Section
No v.TttfviishlpaftS, uf Kange n W,. nnd
wlltou'e prool to show Ih it thu land sought is
mote valuable for lis tlmbcror sloite 1I1.111 for
nuritultural purpose), nnd lo establish hit
claim to wild land before W, U. DoiikI.is, U, S
Conirmskloner for Oregon, nt Mnrshfield, Ore.
con, on Satin day, llm ad dav of May, ira.
Jleiiniii-vlnw' w H Mor"n JcH"
.Smith, O W Ik-air, of Harshficld, Or., F K
Tnvlor, of Knlrvlcw, Or.
Any iiH nil pcrvn claiming adversely tho
tiboytihucrlli.'il lauds arc nriuesicil to filu
Ihelr chimi In this olllce on or U-foie said ad
day of Miy,ijioi. . ,
a.ai J. T, nitll)Oi'.s, Rcijlsler,
Dospito tlio low prfro somo peoplo
j.ut on iiiaii'lage, It may bo obMervotl'
from thfiM-'Oiirt recordHof recent breach
of proiiJHo huIIh that the price of bvo
kon hcn"ts lu mounting uteudlly, .iy,
TIMBKU LAND, ACT .MINK !l, 1H7B,
NOTICK I'OU PUBLIUATION,
Untied .Stntcs Uinil Ulllce, Itoteburjf.Orrgoii.
Notkfl Is heirhy given Ihnt In compliance
whit llm piovlilons of llm net nl '(.ongicM of
liinn.l, 1U7O, r-ntlilvd'AiincI fur the sain of
limber lamlt In llm Mtiiti't of Ciillfotiiln, Ore
gon, Nviil,i, it hit Wnshinuton 'IVrrltory." n
I'Xlemh'il lo nil llm Piihllu hind htnles by net of
Anirutt I, lOna
WILLIAM !' LAWSON.
of Itotrhiirg, coiinly of DoiiijI.is, utiite nf Ore
gen, Imt thlt ihty llfrit hi Hilt onkt' hit smdiii
Slateint'tit No. 4170, lor ijm purtliutn of llm
l?H ot SHU, N-cllon No. all, Tmvnthhi No. g 1
Ninth, Unncn Nn. 11 West, ntd will olfer proel
lo tlimVlhat the laml sotihl It imiie viiluabln
(or us limber or stout; tlrm for nsjt Ictilltirnl iiur
isiitrt, und to est.ttilldi his clWm K mIiI land
(lefme llm Krglsler nml IteceUer of Hilt olhce
111 Kosehurg, Oregon, on Tuetil.iy, Ihe lalh day
of May, louj, ,
He unmet 111 vtltiirttet: John (!ivriis,Chiitlivt
'I limn, John Thorn, Joseph Wr.tthrr.iy, nil of
Anv nml nil ernni elalnihu: mberwly Ihn
nhntn ilesucjlmil Limit ntc ri'iiiettnil lo file their
claims In tills nl.lc" on or Mom s-ilil lathilayof
.1ay, n)j. J.T, IIkiihu.h, Krglilcr. aaip
TIMBKU LAND. ACT.IUNB .'1, 178
NOTICK KOlt PUBLICATION.
Unlleil Smtes l.mul Oilier, Koiehmg Oregon, -1,'i'ti,
Notice It hereby riven lhai in coiiipllaiicn
with tha provisions of Ihn net. of C'oncrrtt of
lime 3, 11)78, rnlltlnl "An net for Ihn mIc of
timber lamis In llm Stales of r.iill.nrnl.i, Ofrcoii.
Netml.i, nml Wuthlnijlou Terrlloty," nt ex-trmli-il
lo nil the Public l.illil Suites by net of
AiKnt I. iH'i,
of Mnislifirlit, Loimiy of Cool, Hale of (he
goo, has Ibis ilay lilnl In Ibis oltlir her SMnrn
statement No, 44,11, for Ihe iiniiliaw ol the
Smitheasl imattrr of Secllon No. 3, Townthlii
97 Ninth, of Maui.. No. la Writ, nml will
olTrr proof to shun thnt thn land tnught It mme
nlit ilij for lit titular or stone than fur m-ilcnb
IiiihI iiilrmMrt, nml lo rstabhth lirr tlnlm to snltt
1 tandbrfoir W. U. DoucUs. 1 S Cixumltiion-
rr lor Oregon, nl M.utiilirlil Urefou, on Saliu
il.iy Iheaildayof .tay, vuj.
Hlie names at wltnettrt It II N'oblr, W If
N ble. W F NoWc, Lhai Noble, nil of .t.nsh
Any ami all vcrons eUlmlng ndvrrvety lite
alHttiMteiertbeil Umls me niin-lrd to file their
clouit In tint oMki. nn or lelorc mM ad iLtv ol
Mav, nj J, I'. ImtiXiM, Kegltler. aai
TIMBKU LAND. ACT JUNK 3, 187H.
NOTICK FOB PUBLICATION.
Culled Sutes l-ind Olhce, KotelMi'g, Oiesirr.
Feb. 13, l$j.
Notice it he eby given tint lit loioplMutr
with llm piuvitlontol the net nfCooKivtsof Juitn
, i7R, entitled "An net for the talc of ilmtfr
lands in the Mates of California, Oregon, Nrrit
ill, nml Washington 1 rrriiory, ' as rttemlvd lo
nil itie I'uMic l-iinlSlal.bynclnlAui:mt., ijj'
DANNI ".I. DIMMICU,
of Marshficld, county of C ma. Stair olOrrcon.
luit tins day filed in thlt ofliee hu imxn state
merit No .1441, for llm iurelkwi 0 the Uii 4 See.
31,'lpa'tS, ft 11W, nn:l lajtt j anil 4, ol See.
No, ', In Townittlp a; South, ol Kangc tl
Wrti, ami will 'jfirr tuoof to showllui the land
ought Is more valuable for Its Inr'nr or siikh.
than for nxrlculturnl purvotes, ar.d lo rstahlitli '
his cLilm to Mid Umi before W. U. DoiiRlas,
U. S. Coiiimlsilorirr for Orri;oit, nt Marshficld.
Oregon, on Friday, the itt iLiy of May, irij.
He names nt witnrttrt w II Mori(nn, of
Marshneld.Or.lc Nrly, I' It To) lor, John
llaltly ol I mmrw, Or,
Any nml alt persons claiming ndiertrly thn,
nbote-ilescrlbel lands are rriiiesle! lo file thelt..
cIjiiiu in this olhce on or before said isl dy.
of ,tar. i'3-
3Jt I. T, IIkiikiki, Ueglitcr '
TINBKULANI) ACT JUNK 3, 187,
NOIIOK IOU PUBLICATION.
I'nitid Htnten I.nnd Olllcu, Uoseburg
Orison. Jan. 3 1103
Notice In heroby given thnt In com
pliance with tin, provlninu of the not of
I'ougrenH nf June 3. IS78, untitled 'An
nut for tl.o fln of timber hinds lu thu
Stnti'H of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Tnrritory," as oxlend,ed
to all thu Public Laud Hiatus by acl of
UICIIAKI) .1. COICK,
of Murnhlluld, county of Cooj ejfafo of
Oregon, has thin tlay filed iu this cilice
hlr-Sworn statement No. 1321,' (or tho
purchaeo of thu Lot B ntul K.i of KKl-t
Hectlon 27 and NWM of Htt'H of
h'ccllon No. 21 In Townshiii 4x(, u H,
Ituugo No. 11 W, and will jor proof to
show that tho land nought In morn
vultiablu for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes nml to eblitbllHls
hlsclalmlo ald Inml before W. U.
Douglas. U. S.Commlsiiloner for Oregon
fit Mnrrhfleld Oregon, on Monday, the
.'KJlh day of March, IU03.
I lie rintmiH UN U'llllaumiio A A Amlnr.
fron, Allegany, Or., F A Kelly, Alnrnh-
iiiiiu, ur,, rrcu rioan, Allegany, or,,
Hllns Nnc.h, Mnrslilluld, Or.
Any mid all perunm claiming adverse
ly tho iibovu-ilorcribed lands aro re
(iiuated to Ulu their claims in this olllcu
on or before tnld 30th day of Mar, WW
I -2 1 .1. T. B'ltimiw, iteghtur.
Coos Bay fflolesalo Liior
IIKADQUAUTKJIS , TOR II 1 0 I
CIIOICK WINKS AND l'lKB
LHADING BRANDS OP BOTTLED BEER
"pamily Orders toliciicd.
SOLK AOliNT FOR TUB CKLIC
BUATKD RHINiER BEER
Family orders for Pops, pinlH nn(i
quarts, delivorod by tho case.
1. !, iSti4
III llf 1 'I III' '!