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The Ooasfc Mail.
ATUKDAY, JANUARY 17, 1880.
During tho ontlro criod of (ho
War for Independence, the posses
rion of tho Hudson River wis nn
object of first importance. With
this In viow, General HiirRoynp.
with tho (lower of tho Hritish Army,
had undertaken to gain control of
the River by descending it from its
nourcen early in tho campaign of
1777, but had been compelled to
wirrcnder with hia entire army, at
Stillwater. Early in tho war, West
Point was fortified by tho Ameri
can, as commanding the river and
securing eafo communication at all
times between the Eastern and Mid
dle CoIon.cn. Unflhir.gt.in, by hisjiolind Hint in this muni were force
diligence in completing its works of
defence, had rendered that citadel of
no iiigmanaB apparently unpreg-
nablo, bo much so that tho British
Commander, althouch strengthen d
by tho arrival in tho summer of
1770 of three thousand fresh troop. ""R "pessary, and they
and an abundant supply of stores I m,n.,i,a '.'V '''".'If ,f r hieh
-.i ..-. r ii . '..furnished them with what thov n cd
and munition of war, had not aufl,-,. They oh.ainod.thcv think-.. ,u.
cioni lorco u warrant nnv iurtlier
attempt up the Hudson. The fob
lowing year found the American
Army occupying positions on IkjIIi
sides of tlie river preparatory to an
attack on New York, in conjunction
with tho French fleet then in our
waters. At this critical moment
Benedict Arnold obtained command
at West Point, and at once hasten
ed to perfect his plans to betray this
key of tho whole country into the
hands of the enemy. He had al
ready, under an assumed name,
been eighteen months in secret cor
respondence with the Adjutant Gen
eral of the British Army in New
York. Tho real matter in negotia
tion was the betrayal of West Point
and the Highlands to Sir Henry
Clinton. This stupendous piece of
treachery was to lc consumated at
the time when Washington, with
tlw main body of his army, would
!o drawn toward King's Bridge,
and the French troops landed on
Long Island in the projected co
operation against New York. The
immediate results of this surrender,
it was anticipated, would lw the de
feat of the combined attempt iion
Now York; audits ultimate effect
might be tho dismemberment of the
Union, and tho dislocation of the
whole American scheme of warfare.
Tho plot for the betrayal of West
Point and its dependent posts was
discovered by the capture of Major
Andre, with plans of the -.vork? and
explanatory papers upon his person.
Ho was tried and executed as a spy,
and Arnold, tho traitor, sought safe
ty in the service of the enemies of
Ria country. After a few years of
disgraceful service ho died, loathed
and despised by the civilized world.
In a letter to Governor Reed, Wash
ington writes : "Arnold's conduct is
so villainously perfidious, that then
are no terms that can describe the
baseness of Iub heart. That over
ruling Providence which has so of
ten and so remarkably interposed in
eur favor, never manifested itself
more consm'cuously than in the
timely discovery of his horrid inten
tion to surrender the post and garri
son of West Point into the hands of
tho enemy. Tho confidence and fol
ly have marked the subsequent con
duct of this man, arc of a piece with
his villainy, and all three are er
Ibct in their kind." The part taken
by Major Andre in this dark trans
action, and tho universal sympathy
awr.kcned even among those of the
country against which he had prac-.
tiBed, forma ono of tho touching
themes of the Revolution, and the
Btory will ever remain ono of undi
minished interest to readers of
American History. "Indeed a . ro
mance has been thrown around the
memory of the unfortunate Andre.
which increases with the progress of
yeara ; while tho name of Arnold
will stand sadly conspicuous to the
end of time, as the the only Ameri
can officer of note, throughout all
tho trialB and vicissitudes of tho
Revolution, who proved a traitor "to
the glorious cause of his country."
If oif. Fernando Wood in speuking
recently of thu new funding bill, said :
But fflw people realize the vast
amount of money which ia required
t be invested in Government bond".
Why, thero are aro over $100,000,000
tied up by tho courts to await tho rtc
Hit of litigation. Great eapitalihts
invest money in outer to place it lo
yod tho haxanls of Imnlnom. Van
tlerbuiltlnuf H0,0U0,000of registered
four per cents., and only the other day
Flood, tho California milionuiro. pro
WHted Id daughter with a couple of
Million) of iheiame bonds.
A MfiiiiKc Story.
Tho following is from tho Vhconi.v
Home excitement is being created
nniong thu Mexican population of
I'lircnix by I lie Mory of a Mexican
who anlveil revenlly from lteno
mountains. He came into town un
der rover of darknefci, a. ho wn mnr
ly linked. llii hands and feet wore
torn and bloody, and hi.s fneo was
gashed hi n (vriihlc manner, 1 lis sto
ry wns told with the air of a matt who
had been terribly fthditcucdaml hud
not recovered. With a companion bo
started out prospecting almut a
month ago, going up Suit River. They
left the river when opposite Supersti
tious mountain. Their prospecting
began at this point. While climing
up the mountain, in a little gully,
through black niihI, and down which
a large stream of water bad evidently
p.igcd years ago, they were astonished
quantities of lino gold. In some
places the sand was only about an
inch deep over the granite. The gold
in pieces thu size of a Wan and small
er, was found in the little figures in
be face of the bed nck. Very
1 00 worth in half a day's work. Almnt
2 o'clock in the aftemown they were
surprised to see an Indian woman
come to the top of the gulch above
the spring and start to come down.
Upon seeing them she ran back over
the lull again. In less than ten min
utes they were surrounded by fifty or
sixty savages. The Indians were very
small and seemed to Ik? of a dilVercnt
nature than they had ever seen in
Arizona. The Mexicans were not
armed except with knives, and the
survivor ?ay they were almost instant
ly caught with lariats. The Indian
took them up the mountains and pnt
them in a cave They tortured and
killed his companions, and his fate
would have Wen the same but for h:s
escape. He succcded in getting
away with only a few knife gashes on
his face. They lo-t their gold with all
their outfit. The Indians r-eeinod to be
cave dweller's and were evidently ex
cited over the place being found by
outsiders. Our reporter's limited
knowledge of the Spanish language
makes it impossible for us to obtain
all the particulars ol the atluir. 1-or
the benefit of non-residents we will
say that Superstitious mountain do
rives its name from the fact that no
white man has ever been seen again
who attempted its assenMon. It is a
tradition among the the Mexicans
that large deposits of frev gold are to
le found in its gulches and ravines.
It is not known whether thorc is any
water there or not.
Among the bills introduced in
Congress, aro :
By Davis, of Illinois To estab
lish a -court of appeals.
Ily Slater Appropriating SoOO,
000 for continuing the work of con
structing the locks at the Cascades,
It is the fashion now with the
great dry goods firms in New York,
to have a man in livery outside to
open carriage doors of arriving cus
tomers, and call coachmen for those
about to depart.
Coi-oitEn cotton flannel is used for
tidies and sofa pillows. An inner
square of a light shade, with a dark
er bolder, is a pretty style. In the
tidies' comer, dark pieces ol a con
trasting shade- may be introduced
into the border. I
A Salmox cannery at Glen Ella, on
the Columbia river, was burned on
the nfcht of the 1st. Itivaa owned by
A. O. Dodo and wan iiiMircd. Ixu1.
cati.natcil at 20,fKX).
TllK Standard fiiva that Jeils" Up
ton and Mr. Oplen are the only Ore-,
goriian" employed in the Govern
ment depart menu of the thoiiFande
who find portions' in WaBlifngton.
M 1 . . Z f T f.r.1... I
lieicnonon, .nm ,uiintmuvi .iiin j
Urown Smith beeanto lie reun-ou tO
pay Iiik poll tax (inty cent?.; bhhui
has been in jail for ton inon'tn, at an
e.Tpenfce to tho town of $"0.
Kentucky dren-es tho female prw
onerH in the State Penitentiary in
sai'kh and without bkirt'.
'J'hk manufacture of paper from
palmetto liber has been undertaken at
XOTKK I'OK I'I'IILIIUTIO.V.
I. and OKnrv:, )
Ko.i:ntiio Or , le-. 17, 17.'.; f
totick is iii;ki:hv iuvka
that the following na.iiel jieiiier
niaku final pixf in mpixjrt f In
h l en nonce oi is jniciimu i
I'laim and Meiire liual entry tbeiuol
nt tliuo&iih-iiliou of thirty dn fioin
date of tfxln imliw, viz : Joiin Moit
HIK, liomoeteiiil application No. Jl'-W,
for the &H of XK'.iinil V of bl
doe. Id, 'H'S S It Hi Wet ; and name
Ihu followiiiK ' 11 witnifcWM., vu:
ttiiiiiiiul Helieu. of Ooos eounly, ami
John HinhUmugh. of UoosoumUy.
m Vw. J'. Ukv.xk, lti'fWr.
' NOTICE 0FFINAl PROOF, .
I.Axn Orncr, )
"ItosKiu-im, Or., Dkt. 9, 187D.V
OTICK IS IIKUK11Y (11VKN
that the followim? huiihmI settlor
as filed notice of lus iutmitimi to
make llual proof in suppoit of his
claim, and secure final entry thereof
at the expiration ofthirtv davs fioin
the date of this notice, vix: Daniel
O. Otto, Hoiuestcnd application No.
'-Mil, for the lots 1, 2 and f, SW'i of
SKkf, section lo, Tit, S K lit W, and
names the following as his witnesses,
vu : 1). H. Cooley, of Curry county,
and James Coolcv, of Cuirv eountv,
Oregon. W.M. F. Hkxjamix, "
NOTlt'K OF FINAL I'ltOOP.
KosKni'iui, Or., Dee. 19, 1S79.
jVTOTICK IS HEKEUY 01 YEN
i that the following named settler
has filed notice of his intention to
make tlnal proof in support of his
claim, and secure final entrv thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from
of date this notice, viz: John K.
Hare, Preemption declaratory .state
ment No. Sri'V), for tho NKif 6f SKI,,
section :20, 'tc. of SW.4'. section 21
and.XV4; of NWU section 2S.T:).
S H M ami names the following as
Ins witnesses, viz: John banglois of !
L.urry county, ami Frank I.anglois
of Curry county, Oregon.
VM. l' llKNJAMtN,
Notice of Final Proof.
Land Okfick. )
KosKnvKO.Or.. Dee. 27th.lS"9.V
OTICE IS UEUEIJY GIVEN
that the following named settlor
has tiled notice of his intention lo
make final proof in support of his
claim, and secure final entrv thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from
the date of this notice." viz:" John
Morris, llouictcad Application Np.
2420. for the S.. of XE,' and X of
SEM, section SO T2S S K l'-MW, and
names the following as his witnesses,
vfz: Samuel Helieu of Coos county,
and John Itodaluugh. of Coos eountv,
W.m. F. Bk.vjamik.
Livery &Fccd Stable,
XOHLE I11JOS , - Proprietors
Wo have lately built a first-clasji
Stable on Pine street, and have Horses
j Vrt .lulie" J"'" "one ai
I ... I 1 .III II....1! 1
ROSS & TIMMEItMAX
Would announce to the public
their new market
OPPOSITE THE CENTRAL HOTEL
IS NOW OI'K.VE!)
ANDTIIEY ARE PREPARED to SELL
AM. KIXDs OP
BEEF PORK A MEATS of ALL KINDS
PROVISIONS AND VEGETABLES
VESSELS ami LOGGING CAMPS
C2TPRICES DOWN TO THE PED.EJ
1ojiv-.t.tIiirl.li-lI cri-ry ntorit
j inj; for Empire City, and return
in the forenoon. Ooe uji Icthiiin."
Slouch in the afternoon and returns
lo Marsh field at night.
NASBURG & HIRST,
FltO.VT Stkkkt, Makphkiku), Oo.v. ,
EV GOODS HY KVKUYSTKAM-!
r: keep eon.tuntlv on hand in
our lare and commodioua
well M'leeled fltock of
ti to re, a
eongit.sing of the be.t staple and fancy
of all kind", the choicest
A I.AKGK STOCK OF
JJATS ami CAPS
HOOTS and SHOKS.
KUBIJKHS nntl OIL CLOTIIIXO,
SMl'I'EKS and OILCLOTH
CHOC'KKHY and GLASS
WAHK.UA HI) WAKE
Cigars and Tobacco,
I'alutu, OIIh and Vaniltdien,
Choice Whii'H and Liquor,
Tlinvarc anil Ammunition.
CU7UHIY, WOOD and
Our exteiiHivcdiow (.axes are filled
MILLINERY ANDJAAICY GOODS,
PHICKS TO Sl'lT TJIK TIMES.
V. II. All good ptm;haod at our
Store will bo delivered fro ol eharp
ut nnv noinf m Iho route uf the
piBer AlrlU. f l-l-tf
"""" "crTiinjiitiiimjiiiijuiiiuuMuiguiitimii numuj iimm.ii,tr TW j
BAY WIEW llEWEiY,
Win. Rcii'lierProiiiicto r
Keeps constantly on hand, and olVci f.v sale a Mipt lior aitu le of
LAGER BEER, ALE AND PORTER,
wiioi.r.sALi: wo isr.TAii..
.1 1 ISA Ii IS SU1 PI. IF I) 11777 77 K CIIMVHST ItnAXPS OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
J1KAN0II SAl.t ON AT K.Ml'IKi: CITY.
J. ESTEY &
No. 100 rroiit View.
LBJ 4 !-'.. ff j 'T'tAjiJ I LVv I fcVVii'! r TJWWtffiifc M " ItJH
Our now Organ, expres&ly designed for Sunday Schools,
Chapels, etc., is proving a
g-irl:e3 at success.
Bo suro to send lor full descriplivo Catalogue before
purchasing: any other.
THE LARGEST WORKS (OF THE 10) ON THE GLOBE
Illustrated Catalogue Kent free.
Kmi nsr City Oi.n
Kosebiirj? iV: ('oos I Jay
STAGE agga LIKE,
,r. CLorail P CO., I'tojtriclors.
Stmirs trill It'll rr f'nos VI In rrrru
d.iv (Sninlav evieptnl) .it 7 :!t v. m
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
kill xi"n Tin.- lo in:
CHEAPEST ISESTawl QIICh'l.ST
OF ALL llOF-TF.S
ROSEBURG OR ANY PART OF
ni.OSK COXXBCTIOX MA UK
with the c.ii. and oM'iIand atugex
All hiisine entrii-lcd to our
will he attended tu'wllh iirompliie-.
OtTFAKK IIKDITKI) TO .ffl.j?.!
Each pnsttriiyrr alloiretl 'MVi itfbitytjnijr,
For Further particular i'iiiiire of
F. SriIKTTKIi, Al.
Teli'Kraph olliie, Kniue City.
Or JJ. S. UAIU'.Y,
Jilanco Hotel, Marshlleld, Or. -".
EB. Dean a Cd
K. B. DEAN, I). WII.I.COA
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Wi: IIWK Al.W'AVrt OV IlAN'IlA VVUX.
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE,
Xj TT lr"R TH "R,
MA.NTF ACTCHIM) TO OllDKK
SOLD IN ANY QUANTITY DESIRED,
a.ld at Iho
TUC I flUCQT I llIMR DniHFfi
) lllm bUIILUI bl f IMU I III v --
Mai:"Iii ii 1 1 Kvi'iHi. Crrv.
II. P. WIII'J.NKV, Pi(Oi'jiu:'roit.
A ii -npply of
.MI-'ITO.V. -. CAN.VKI)
iji:i;i-, n cooes,
in el .ill kind of
cou'laiillN nil band. AUou
SUPPLIED AT SIIUUT XU'l'IVi:
No. 100 BacliVlew.
M Ait-ui iri.n.Oi.x.
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in . 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 u 1 1 iiiiiiiiii r jiiiiI um"
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w 4wr iwBiu yenetj-CTMWiiyuw rvat-fc i
E. A. Anderson,
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE,
IIUX(I DOVK AT SlIoKT XO-
I tu- .indatMrv h .iim.ili!c rutv
, , N.mll v on ..am.
i M.n is
Stoves & Ranges.
I. it -t Improved
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS AND
L.A.IMIIPS &C OILS.'
WOOD & WIU.OWU'AKK,
m, .nnAVal.r Pipe ami KilliiiKH. (iran-
ite and Plated Wared.
ilAXtl'.tC'ri'lll IIH OK
TIN, COPPER & SHEETinONWARE,
I v ,..' V.V uVnl'li'.-i..,!..,
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lHif-Vi I ItA.I for MoVl'M, Plows'
M.itti.r Miwl lii.illif.rrf flirtiiri.ll.il
Ill Ml'il'l UOllLC.
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NEW DRUG STORE,
MAILS FIE LI), 011.
si:xr noon 'io iiAii.ornn:.
LOUIS AlUSIlOE, rrnjirlrfnr.
IT LL STOCK OF
'Drugs & Medicines,,
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ru.-shr.i.vN.Y u. n..i).
i iniSt i.i.hi,i ti;ui.ii(r
by 'uwwiut l'lj)ellli.
M liilpy-VW Jk
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k, y vW
ifwwiw wi i - w,M - - .'tiri - ii'M.
Ill's! IN HSR C A UDH.
T.C. M.U'KKY.M. I.
physician and surgeon,
r.Mi-iiii: Ciiv. Out:tiov.
C. II. 0 01.DKN, M.l.
MYSIUIAN & bUliULUN
M MtHiiKii 1 1', Out i,n,
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V. ( ANtlKI., M. I).
PHYSICIAN and SUuGE0N
CiDlllillC Villi, hl
II lit tun I U llttini-iiv
I1AZAIU) tv HAMILTON,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Will iirui'tiee in the vaiioiis imhiiI
of the nte
own k .T CMi'iKi: nn, Onw
T TVT CJr' T TTO '
U . LVX. OJ.U-JlJ.lN .
ATTORNEY v COUNSELLOR AT LAW. !
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW1
m , ,., ... ., i
oi'iim: citv, oijn.
Cnlltt'limii ami nitit r luiiii" plmt'il
in my ImmU, will ri'ii'iw' iiiniijM nld n
W. P. WHKUIT,
U. S. Mineral tnttf V. S, Pciiuti
sir it ic von,
(.'OO.I'U.I.K (ITV, (I.N.
Will attend to tin liiwiin'im of minv hi:
oi nnv piirt l tin iininly.
IVilVrt ni!iiMti nil unrvi-Mil laiiilf, fi.i
nUlicdat t-lidil iiiilii-c.
j:. ;. ; i; i . it imhi,
AnilRSET iND COUNSELLOR It HI,
i.iAixri.iij ori'Vi ohicc.on
A hIihiv "f itihlic iMilnniH'i' in tvi i
fll .-dlirit'Ml. ; ,-
M t, t-n ri : i n i nn..
Tin- Itint i tdtl! i.ni mitt niiril ll e In si
facilities lor t'llui atloii to lr fi.timl in lln
CiMt 1 1 1 -jjtii i t of SuiiIktii Ort ijiii. Tin
Vi-ii.ti-mv i Knnlu.ilr.l min iluH' ilepart
MIl'lltM IlK fnlliiMK
Thr I'rhmirii l)itrlttn)t
In ulivli liitriHliniun ISnuii'lii'i. art
Thr Junior lli'fulrhnritt.
Knilirui'iii): OrtlKiKTupliy, Uiinliiitf,
Writing, liriiiniiiar, ieira'Jiy, lliflnrv
l'hiiiili).'v, I'ninili.ir NiiniT inl Mcii
tal ami 1'nnlii'al Arithmetic,
Thr Smitir Itrmrfiitritt
Kinbraciuj; llnMik-kii-iiic(iiiyle pin'
luiihle entryltiiluny. CliemiKtry, I'olili
ol I1cik.iii , l..itin, Klictiiric', lliiclii"
Vritlniictic, Aljfclira, (iitmieiry, Trip,
minu'tn Hint Miirxi unc.
Iii-tnictimi in tliis branch Is irivon
! when desired.
ItoAlili can be bad fur fmiu f:l to 4
per week with priiitc fiimillch, mid fur
htlll leii when several xtmlt'iiU ellih tii-
p'ther and board llieini'ehei.
T lilt MS.
I'lliiiury Department - - - -$ .1,00
Junior' . . .... - (
Senior . . .... p)f(M,
J. T. .Mi Chum c ,
HIGHEST & BEST AWARD
And Grand Moc'al of Honor.
Economy, Durability and rtaptclity
combined with porfoct work,
Are OaUnKUi'liine I'calurci . ll.e
Giant Farm aiiJ Wansbonse Fans,
A. P. DICKEY,
Now having many laic improvemfnu.tliry sir fully
iualineveiyi!einiiil; clt ninn a 1 Mi.ilii.f (.(am,
I J cat. iicani. iatiur iwan, 1.0m hi u rni4ll a.cu
They grade When Irfilvt)i.ner1nill,iiK krp.
.r.lcOjIi from W'hial. i..r!tv lid Kit llipilum
. very pfl rrangcinrni f r (l-anliir lm.inly,
t i lnvtr. I lax crrl. f)r hint f.tri.fl. nitil !1 c.lh.r
! S"1-" f4 '1y l ". !''. " niUw
every iialircauon r' , ;i c J 1 1 do ih" tc t vuik in
I the ilioitcit lime.
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baa nl I
Hi !' or " knocKeii 0 iwn lor laiwnming
. lonuttloJ. and ii til ui w.t fiu on ,
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lit llirt. iHiiiimirutt. n i l'cy iunUitt many
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! Aiming to iirotluonwnik whloli iihnll l
Durnhl,vowiUnot pnorifion ihn whlott
Orunn, In orilor to imtko n mora fnnot
sitiun ii.i Ai.nrui.Huio tw,
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Award Willi Medal & Diploma of Honor
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