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SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 18S0.
KrjpHltllran Ntnto Ontrnt
A meeting f tho Repnhllrati Ptnto
Cfntral Cotninlltw will Im liclit In tho
Ally of Sfth'in, on Wvdiirie.lnv, Fehmnry
18,1890,nt2o'rtoOKi-;M. A full ntUM
ilnnco Is rtHjuciital.
David Ennui vn, Chnlniinit.
JtMKrit Simon, Pwrrtrirv.
Tho mciulH-ra of paid Committee for
tho ovoral countloH, arc a follown:
Baker Milton White
Olackama V Tuqurt
ClaUop...... F J Taylor
Columbia IhoW Mcltrldc
' "Oi , .....,0 W Tower
l,irry. ,.. ........ .,. .,M HUot
JKiurIh KO Hursh
Ct rant .......................... j Mr church
Jnckaon j H CiiIIwikhI
4(nephlne Thos Floyd
l.aKC.. ....,....,,,, (J U Walton
lltiti,. . ................... m . t .X) Frotuan
I'no J n JtcClunfr
Multnomah jojeph Simon
"ol A W LttCAK
Union IVj SnodRra.
Wco EL Smith
Wahlnctott Jos Canton
YntuhHl j w Watt
COM II.l (MTHM S
The oxcitcmout cmtetl by an at
tempt on the jmrt tf a Dcniorrntic
(iuvornor in Maine togivu the control
of the State to the Democratic
(troonback combination is now in a
fnir way to be settled. The questions!
rofurred by the Governor to the Su
premo Court have boon substantially
decided in favor of the claims of the
Republicans d nothing remains
but for the Democrats to give up the.
contest. Although some unscrupu
lous Democrats advise the counted in
member to insist on their supposed
righU and not to be bull-dosed, the
more reasonable and conservative fa
vor accepting the decision of the
Court as final. It is said by leading
lawyers that if this opinion is disre
garded it will be the first in.-tance of
thu kind in the history of Maine. It
lias been ascertained that the execu
tive dejmrtment, in more than fifty
The policy of silence In political af
fairs pursued by candidates is n bad
ono for the people. Tho press and
people-ol tho State should discuss the
merits and demerits of candidates
and express their preferences before
tho assembling of conventions. And
convention should follow tho direc
tion of popular wilt in the selection ol
candidates. If such a course had
lieen pursued four years ago Heck
man would have been Governor, and
if the name of Hincs had been before
the public prior to the convention
two years ago, the opjwsition within
his own party, which defeated him,
would have shown itself in time to
have prevented his nomination and
consequent defeat. As we approach
another election the friends of several
gentlemen are preparing to influence'
the convention in favor of their par
The Ike proposes to make a new de
parture in this respect, and place the
names of candidates as far as known,
before the people. In doing so it has
no desire to help or hinder the
chances of any particular candidate
for the position. The names so far
prominently mentioned arc Hon. 1).
l Thompson, present Mayor of Port
land, Hon. Rnfus Mallory, United
States District Attorney for Oregon
Hon. W. D. Hare, Collector of Cus
toms at Astoria, Gen. "Lish" Apple
gate, Inspetor of Customs at Portland,
Mr. Odell, editor of the Salem States
man, Judge Watson, of Roscbur;
and Col. Knight, of Salem; three of
whom hold Federal offices, and all
but Col. Knight are confirmed off up
holders or seekers. lire.
While we have nothing to urj.e
against either of the candidates men
tioned above, we have at all times
insisted that Southern Oregon should
furnish the nest Congressman. Judge
Watson, who is named fromthat part,
of the State, is the ablest man on the
list, and in Coos and Curry counties
he can poll many more votes than
any other candidate that can be nom
inated. Next to Judge Watson, per
haps Gen. Odell would rank first in
strength and favor in this paxt of the
State. We concur in the view express
ed by the Ike, that the merits of can
didates should be discussed and fully
understood by the people before the
NOTICE OFJWAl PROOF, lff&Mmwm vm a HMftlll"lllf
.ni W.:v ,,! Ei M f ft 3 !h W H H fc W 1 1. 1 .
""" " R m n how Me ami n - -
iiwiimmi, vjr., um it, l,s,ji.
TVTOTIOK IS HKKKIIY (ilVKV
l that the following named settlor ,
has filed notice of his intention to
make final nroof in xnmuiri ..f 1.11
claim, and secure final entrv thereof i
iu me expiration of thirtv davs from
the dale of this notice, vir. :' Daniel
.'..V11.0' Homestead application Xo.
IMU. for the lots 1. 2 and f, SWi, of
SK4, section lo.Tll, S I? Ifl W, ami
llt'HIX KSH . 1M)H.
EpltoAny. Excellea by None.
r 1 1 m
1 physician and surgeon Taylor & Farley
Hmimiii: City. Oiii:mM. , ..... ' "
names the following as his witnesses.
vu ; I). H. Cooley, of Curry coitntv.
nun James cooloy, ol Currv count v
Oregon. M. p. Uksj vmix,
NOTICK OK FINAL .'HOOF.
u, Or., Dec. P.), 1S7D. S
vcwr in n a -" . L .'
v in. KeiC'iicrfiiirroipricMii ' "" w.r,..,w, ..,
Keeps constantly on hand, nndofliT.s for wile a supirior ailiclo of
LAGER BEER, ALE AND PORTER,
WHOl.Kst.M.K vmi ltirr.Mi..
yiYiwn is sci runt) with Tin: choicest iwaxds of
TVTOTICK IS HKKKIIY GlVKN
1 that the following named settler
has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof iu support of his
claim, and secuie final entrv thereof
at the expiration of thirty davs from '
of date this notice. ii: John "
Hare, Pieemptiou declaratorv stale
i incut No. iiiUVi, for the XK, of SK ., .
'section 1W. of SWi,. section 'JI i
nmlNW of NWi4 section JS.T.'U),1
I S R 14 W, and names the following a
ins witnesses, vu: John I.augIoi of
Curry county, and Frank Lauglms
of Curry countv. Oregon.
V.m. F. Hkxjamiv.
Xotlce of Final Priidf. j
Land Okvick. )
RosKitruii.Or.. Dec. 27th,lS7,J
VOTICK IS HKKKIIY GIVKX
-1-' that the following mimed settler ,
has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof iu support of his j
claim, and secure final entrv thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from j
the date of this notice." viz :" John
Morris, Homestead Application Xc. '
SI421), for the S.. of XK-4 and W.. of!
SE4, section tWTiSSK 12V and1
names tlie tollowing as his witnessi-s,
vfz: Samuel Helieu of Coo county,
and John Kodabatifh. of Coos countv,
Wjf.IMlK.SMA mix, "
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
lUiANCl! SAl.t ON AT KMl'IKK CITY.
J. ESTEY & COMPANY,
.-...-j .;.. f:.. .... .. c...... i .
i. ,, - , , , c I assembling of the Convention that is
t , i -, . . to nominate them.
Judicial Court on important questions
of law, and never in a single instance 'aIUorrain. I,-g;:lnture It-
has it Utnn iliArnfrnnliul. Soi.u. nf flio I publican OriruaUntluD in
countedin members had determined
before the decision was announced
not to qualify for the offices to which
they knew they had no right, but
there was a great pressure upon
them to accept. Various opinions
are expressed by leading members of
the defeated party. A few Democrats
:ay the Governor had no business to
submit the question-to the Court,that
be had donp hi work according to
the constitution and laws and should
have rested his case.
D. T. Pike, a leading Democrat,
says that Garcelon deceived himself
by taking any notice of Morrill's let
tor. He had completed his work and
that ought to have been the end of it.
K. W. Hlack.a leading Grecnback
er,says that the Court went out of its
way to answer questions not put to it.
Col. Y. Dickey, member of the Leg
islature, says the decision of this
Court will have no effect upon the or
ganization of the Legislature. Xone
of the leading pnjera of the country
of either party ad vise Governor Garce
lon to resist the decision. The World
says Governor Garcelon never should
have been iu doubt, and ft may be
fairly inferred from the questions ub
mitted by Garcelon to tho Court that
ujon careful examination of his
course that he hatitfied himself that
his Greenback councilors and his ci
pher alley advisers had led hiin into
a false position. May we uot now be
gin to hope that certain Democratic
loaders and Domocartic editors who
have been ovor tenderly disposed to
ward cipher Hcy methods of the
Greenback members of Garcelon's
council will eventually see the folly of
such motluxls even froiu the lowest
possible pointy view and join with
the World inineisiing that the Demo
cratic partv shall hereafter cease to
nnrrv favor with deniauoKues and"
communists in anypart of the country.
Ono mcinber of the Court, Judge
Libby, is a Democrat, but the opinion
fs unanimous, and is thereby relieved
of the strictly partisan character
which it might otherwise have borne.
A KuuU of .llurUfrrra
A St, Louih disnutch bhj-h that
near tho relay depot at Hast St.
Louia, M hero there are muriihed ami
ditches almott without number, the
police think ti oy have discovered
evidence which utdnbliHlicH the exist
ence of u gang of imirdcreru, and to
a curtain extent bolves the myttcry
Burrounding the disappearance of
Fovoral well known men. Judge
Mayes, of Olney, was hint seen at
this place, on board the outgoing
train, and nce that timo no Jos
than n ilozon other travelers have
vanished in tho same remarkable
manner in that vicinity. Tho theo
ry of tho detectives is that passen
gers arc hurled from the. night
A Sacramento dispatch of the Cth
The assembly met at 10 o'clock,
Speaker Cowdery in the chair. The
House then proceeded to complete
the organization. Fox nominated Fra
ser, of Eldorado, for the Republicans.
Spencer submitted the name of Mc
Carty, of Lake, for the Democrats,
Corcoran nominated McCarty, of San
Francisco, for the Workingmen and
the new constitution, The vote stood :
Fraser, 40 ;MCarty, of San Francisco,
2-2; McCarty, of Lake, 14; For, 1.
Whole number of votes, 70; necessary
to a choice, 39. Fraser was elected.
The election of officers was then pro
ceeded with, the Republican caucus
nominees in every instance having
The Senate organized by the elec
tion of Chase of Santa Barbara, Pres
ident prolem.,and the rest of the Re
publican caucus nominees by a vote
of 23 against 1C.
Another ICcvolutlonurj- Move-nient.
That most uncertain of all coun
tries, Mexico, baa another insurrec
tion of very formidable character. A
late dispatch from Rio Grande City
Rumors of a revolution in the state
of Duranga, Mexico, reach here. The
particulars, however, are meagre.
Some time since Gen. Trevino was or
dered from Monterey to suppress the
insurrection in that State. Xews was
received yesterday that he had been
defeated by the revolutionists and was
calling for assistance. All available
troops at Monterey were sent to his
aid. The Government is raising
troops at Mier by conscription. A
young American from here was forced
into the ranks despite his protest. He
succeeded in escaping and arrived
here last night. The general opin
ion is that this revolution will be gen
eral, as it it well planned and under
stood throughout the greater part of
Mexico, and will have gained im
mense proportions by the 1st of March.
The Rio Grande border will witness
no small part of this revolt.
JIUhofv Ifiiren Ociid.
Uishop Gilbert Haven of the M.
E. Churehr dwrd at the residence of
his brothery at Maiden, Mass., on the
.rth, aged 58 years. JTo was a man
who, inetcry station to which duty
called him, obeyed with fearlessness
tho dictates of conscience, and i
stamped upon his Church and the
fields of labor to which he had been
assigned, the impress of his iron
will. He is said to have been, at
tho' timo of his death, the youngest
Uishop in the Church, though in
influence in Church affairs he was
probably second to none.
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So. 100-Uacli View.
Liyery it Feed Stable.
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ii.inia II. II mi.uitAI'o.
We lmve lati'lv built a
stable on Pine .-.trcLt. and I
to hire at all hours. Hauling tbme at
nirtoi LOGKHABT HOTEL, B00T& SHOE MAKER
Kmi-iui City Oi.s.
t'lillii'limin mill otlirr lmxillriH pliiriil I
HI IIIV IlillllN, Mill IIH-civO lHIIIit illllll '
linn. I .: ii i
w. p. winciirr, I
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Will iittcnilUlliilHii.iih.'tii'f fiirM mii
ii ,ui uutnf tin countv.
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(ii'In snliclKMl. I ,i
HOSS & TI.MMKH.MA.V
Would nnuouncc to tho public that
their new market
OITOrilTK THE CENTRAL HOTEL
IS NOW OI'KNKH
AND THEY AKE I'KEPAKEI) toSELL
AM. KINDs Ol'
BEEF PORK .t MEATS if ALL KINDS
PROVISIONS AND V EGETABLES j cheapest. m:sT,t,,iqcicKi:sT
VESSELS and I.OOCIXG CAMPS' OF ALL HOI TES
supplied. ROSEBURG OR ANY PART OF,
Hri'UICES DOWN TO Till-: DKI1J53 rur itiTCOintJ
so rock. ; THE INTERIOR.
iu n thorough iii.iniu'r ami u-u
.. CLOL GJl .P CO., 1'iuprivtor. only I ho
WINTER ARRANGEMENT, JEST MATERIAL
S(ttH's will leave Coos Vltfi vtu-vij
PlOlll'l " il.uki . 1 tf
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
wu.LKi.s.THisToi.K , E, A. Anderson,
IV3 INI I J'-XJtl IjID
Tiiix IiiMftiititliiu iimu all'.inlH ll. I m
I rSiiinh icilitidi at 7 ;'0 . v r"' '"I'opon I'MiiiMroii oipojin n iim-iuui't uir iiiiiniiinii m ik iiiiiiiu in id
to .iNmL VAiy Hours.
C'japtuln. KiN.Iob Kriml,
Iiix-w.IIiii-hIiIii-IiI pi cr.v imirii.
j infi for Empire City, and returiw
in the fort-noon. CJoe.-i n j IthmiH
Slouch in the aftoruoon unci returns
to Marahfleld at nijjht.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
irAI'LINO DONE AT SHORT NO
L tiff and at wry leiixoiinlilu iati".
n LOS E C O N N E C T I O N MAD E
i uith the car and o ci land Magi
All bu.-ini tiitrtitf(I to our care
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nar-I'AKE REDUCED TOfO.U
Each jtfHjjefnllotceillOVt ofbugtjutjr.
For Further partieular.s euipiire of
Telegraph ollice, Empire City.
Or S.S. RAM -.Y,
IlKiiieo Hou-1, MarMillild, Or. 2
Stoves & Ranges.
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l er; keep eoiufantl von hand in AM) I XiriplemClltS.
our large and commodious stoie, a, r, Tr ui'iii-hiivt I x
well fleeted Mock of ! C.H. MfcKUlAM. i
GUHS, RIFLES, PISTOLS AND
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FtiMtriiiiiiin in this braneli in niveu
Ho vim can lie had fur fnnu fl In
per week with privatn fiiiiiilit-t, mid for
plill Icwa nlii'ii n'Ver.d KtmlelilH club to
gether and Ixiard tlieuirelve.
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coiMitoing of the bet Maple and fancy Aitaortment Of
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Mowcih anil ReaperH furuiithud
nt Hhuit notice.
Cigars and Tobacco,
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N. U. All Kooilu iHiroliuwid at our
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Ala Ditlinguuhinf Tcaturci of itn
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I' UI,L bTOCK OF llrutted, Uili limit CTiiirlc.C rin. m,.i 5 accom. ' XllO WilOOX Oit W -"
modal iIm demand, and nlnnia capnuly cffrom 51 OrtTflll IllHil,UOtOI,M 1H tJIB'
ir 1. lojyotmlrtliMrliour. vylv,t VtM ,.v. ., 1 riirv T-RST
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w lTItUItlllUSa '.' P" ' InwU'l down fu, f',wa,dli.ii l 4.., mn.X'llot I
' Inland, ai icqiKiitdj and in all catei put fie on 1I1 Hl IUI1X
NEW DRUG STORE,
MA IlSFIIiLl), Oil.
I.VKXT IIOOH TO 3Uir.OPI'ICK.
A O tIS Al US It O :, Proprietor.
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CO.VH'I'ANTLY OX HAND.
DEST nit ax ns or via A US'
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Ay C'oiiii('lcnt I'lijhiiluii.
koaid Can or biiamtr. Or.ltra filled lame day at
Mill aMpped "Inwled d',n" so fur ,jf the
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grapha and L'ireulari lupplicd an .liVaii(,n. 1'iicei
will U uoled low and m Rlcial lermi. Cwiia
ittvl Mr Illuttnital (Ululii;u.
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iiiailf. (;lly milllt fir". A''"'
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