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The Coast Mail.
SATURDAY. JANUA11Y 21, 1880.
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Kf'trnMlcnu Klulo OntrnI
A merlins o( the Republican State
Uentral Committee will 1h hclil In llio
City of 8alcm, on Wctlncfulav, Vobntarv
18, IRfiO, nl 2 o'clock- r. m. A full alien
tlance in rcnueiilcri.
Dxvtn FnoMAK, Clinirnmn.
JonKrn Simon, Secretary.
Tlio tncmlHTR of until- Commit tee. for
tin several cotinttca, nro as follows
linker Milton Wliito
Iknlon r. IIMcEiroy
Clncknnua ...1 riitiirt
ClaUop , 1 J Taylor
Columbia (IwWM HrMe
Curry M Itllcy
IIoiikIrn , , Kfl lturli
Grant......... ............. ...... ,i Y cliurcli
.Inckfon... j 1J Cliitwixxl
Jocpilnp Titos l'loxti
I'lo U H Watfon
tnn... , , ,,J It McChmp
Marlon ..UO Over
Miiltniitnni'1.... jo-cpli Simon
folk .. A Wjl.ticis
t'nlon V,t Stiodti-as
Vnco EL Smith
1 lilnr'lon JosGnston
Ynmtitl! J v Watt
MaTCKATOK H,llAltI) I'lXA.V
CIA I. POLICY.
Senator Dnynrd, who, prior to
the assembling of Congress, wis
mentioned as a prominent candi
date for the Presidency, ia forcing
upon Congress his resolution for the
repeal of the legal tender character
of the greenback?, and a late dis
patch announces that it ''will bo ro
jiortcd back to the Senate adversely,
instead of remaining locked up in
the Committee by a tie vote, because
lie ftcrsonally requested the Com
mittee not to wait for the return of
Senator Jones, but to report it at
once, although adversely, in order
that he and those who sympathize
with hit? views may test the views of
the Senate on the important ques
tion as soon as possible. This ur
gency, as will be readilv inferred, is
baeed upon a belief that majority of
Aw lUtract from Iukci-noI'm
We takotho following from Kohl,
lngorsol's speech in Chicago, on the
occasion of the late reunion of Ihc
Army of the Tennessee. The toast
was 1o the " Volunteer Foldiurs of
the Union Army":
" Mood was water, money was
loaves, and life was only common
air, until one ling lloatod over the
Kepubiic without a master and
without a slave. Than was asked
the question, "Will a free people tax
themselves to pay tlio Nation's
debt ? " The soldiers wont home
to their waiting wives, to their glad
children, ami to the girls they loved.
They went back to the fields, tho
shops, ami tho mines. They had
not been demobilized. They had
been ennobled. They were as hon
est in peace as they were in war.
Mocking at poverty, laughing at re
verses they made a friend of toil.
They said : We saved the Nation's
life, and what is life without honor ?
They worked and wrought w ith all
of labor's royal tons that every
pledge the Nation gave might be re
deemed. And their great leader,
having put a shining band of friend
ship, a girdle of clasped and happy
hands around the globe, conies home
and finds every promise made in
war has the ring, and gleam of gold.
There is another question still.
Will the wounds war be healed ? 1
answer, yes. The Southern people
must submit not to the dictation of
the North but the Nation's will, and
to the verdict of mankind. They
were wrong, and the time will come
when they will say that they are the
victors who have been vanquished
by the right. Freedom conquered
them, and Freedom will cultivate
their-fields, educate their children
weave for them the robes of wealth,
execute their laws and fill their land
with happy homes. The sole'srsof
the Union saved the South as well
as the North. Their victories made
us free and rendered tyranny in cv-
erv other land as insecure as snow
NOTICE OFJINAL FROOF.
l..Nt Omcr, )
Uosniiriio, Or.. Jan. 1-tth, 1SS0.V
TVTOTICR IS 11KKGDV HIVKN
l that the following minted settlor
bus Hied notice ot his intention to
iitnkt? filial proof in support of his
elnini, and secure tinnl entry thereof
tit the expiration ot tliitty tfavs from
tlio duto of this notit-o. vi": John
Cromwell llonincteiid implication No.
2132. for tho Xi of JRi nml lots I
and osoe. to, mid lots I nml 'J, see. '2X2,
T-10, SU1I west, and iniines the fol
lowing ns his witnesses: Win. Kirk,
of Curry county, Or., and (loorge S
Hit lis, of Currv count v. Or.
4 Wm. F." Hknjamix, Regis
In the matter of the administration
of tho estate of X. l. Lowe, deceased,
jUOTICK IS 1IKRKRY OIVKX
1 that the undersigned has been iijv
pointed adn nistrator ot tho estate of
X. M. Low. deceased. All persons
having c'.mns against said estate are
hereby notified to present the same to
mo at nty residence on iMhmiis
Slough, in Coos county, Oregon, with
proper vouchers witliin six months
irom this date. L. X. Low,
Dated this 24th day of Jan 1SS-0.
xotick ok nx.u. ritoor.
I.vxtt Omru at )
Uoskhiuo. Oa., Jan. S. 1SS0
1VTOT1CE IS HKKK1IY OIVKX
l that the follow injj nnined settler
has tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his
claim, and secure final entry thereof
at the expiration of thirty das from
the date of this notice, "vu :" James
McXaugltton. Homestead Application
Xo. 2K20, for tlio K.. ofSVt4, SW-.
of SWk,'. Sec. G, Ti, S K 12 W and
SEi-i of SK4. Sec. 1, T29 S R 1H V
and names the following as ltt wit
nesses, v iz ; Wm. Uohm, of Myrtle
Point, Coos county, and Daniel Stle
phens.of Norway, Coos county. Or. e
H Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
NOTICE FOK riHLICATlUX.
KosKtirito, Or . Dee. 17. lTO. s
atotice is h-ui:hy OIYEN
X that the foilowuig named settler
hai tiled notice of his intention to
make .'inal proof in supiort nf hi'
claim and secure final entry thereof
at the expiration of thirty days from
date of this notice, viz: Joiix Mou
rns, homestead application Xo. 2tLM)
for the SW; of XE.,,and W of SE'4
Sec. 30, T2S S It 12 West ; and names
the following as his witnesses, viz
Samuel Belieu, of Coos county, and
BAY VIEW BREWERY,
Win. Reicliert9Proir ieto
Keeps constantly on hand, and olllrs for s.ih a Mipt tior aitn It of
LAGER BEER, ALE AND PORTER,
wiioi.rs.w.i: m it f. twit .
MY IIAU IS Sl'l Pl.iri) WITH 77 A" CHOICEST lll!AMS Oh
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
MtmitMLI N T FMIMKF CITY
lU'SlXKSH CA ltDS.
Eqnal to Any. Excellefl by Nono.
'A' 1 1 UJ
J. ESTEY a COMPANY,
No. I0O IVoutVlew.
No. 100 Hack Ylcw.
i m . i .... ...
Our new Organ, expressly designed for Sunday Schools,
Chapels, etc., is proving n.
Bo suro to scud for full descriptlvo CaUdoguo beforo
puxcUasiiij any other.
THE LARGEST WORKS (OF THE ID) OH THE GLOBE
Illustrated Catalogue scut free.
unon ttie volcano s ltns. And now
let us drink to the volunteers, toiJohn "d-'Ph. of Coos cunty.
-.vw ., ..u onv ... ,....v..u.. .., .... r.
BIJJk, B00T&SH0E MAKER
the Senate will sustain his views up
on the subject; but a very few of -en graves, whose names are only in
his friends are equally sanguine, the hearts of those they loved and
Tho best judgment at present is, left, of those who often hear in hap-
that the proposition cannot as it py dreams the footsteps Of return
Elands obtain anvthing like a ma-
Kmi'IKI City 0c,
jority of votes, and opinions arc di
vided as to its prospects in the
event of its being so amended as to j modesty a tongue, and all who dared
Let us drink to those who died
while lipless famine mocked. To
all the maimed, whose scars give
make the date for the repeal remote
ly prospective, say hve years hence.
Senator Bayord is much mistaken
if bethinks that cither he or his
party will gain any strength by the
advocacy of this measure. The
country has just recovered from a
depression in business, caused, as is
popularly believed, by bad manage
ment of the national finances. Sil
ver, cold, and greenbacks pass at
par in all parts of the country, rid.
business is rapidly assuming a sat
isfactory bafris. The trade of the
brokers, which was regular and very
profitable for many years, caused by
the depreciated and fluctuating val
ue of currency, is gone, and their is
no want of popular faith in either of
the several kinds of money which
constitute our "circulating medium."
Tho people are satisfied with this
condition of things, and see no
excuse for this kind of legislation.
iut Uayard and his theory have
their friends, and will carry at last
n large minority of the Democratic
votes in Congress, and what is worse
for the party, will raise in their own
ranks an irreconcilable division on
this very inijiortant financial ques
tion. It cannot but be considered
as a misfortune to that party, that
a faction of any considerable influ
ence is in favor of this measure, and
it would ho a misfortune to the
country to have a party whose lead
ers advocato such a policy come into
power. The result of a Democratic
success would bo to destroy public
faith in the continuance of our pres
ent condition of the finances, and
throw tho country back into the un
fortunate condition from wlucli it
lias juBt emerged.
and gave to chance the care, the
keeping of lives ; to all the dead ; to
Sherman, to Shendan, and to Grant,
the foremost soldier of the world ; '
and last, to Lincoln, whose loving
life, like the bow of peace, spans and
arches all the clouds of wa
DR. C B. GOLDEX. Proi-r.
Opposite XtiUr i-ij's S'nre.
IIAVEC 0 X S T .V X T I, V OX II A X 1
. .L SORTi ( "
Uosebura A: loos I5ny
MaKMIKII'! iv. Oi.V,
WIIiI, DO V.Xj C KINJON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON TflylOl' & Fill'loV
F.MIMUK ClTV.'OlltaiON. I '
Jtlauunicliirtt nl Warcrilrr, Plat
0. II. (lOI.DKX.M.l).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
AJ uistu in i, Oui iiiiv.
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M MISIII'IKl.tl, OlIlitlON.
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PHYSIPAN AND SUnGED'' Uihwlnitiuiiif.iii. JllKye-HitMninHijr
'llUtc Cltlh tW- W rCBUD l (S.r OiB.ifc
Almlnn to proiliicnvtorkwhloh ahnll b
, ,, ,, , ... Durnbln. wo will not anuriniin thnt Mhloh
S. II. M ZVUI, J II VMII.IOS , not ".!, nml nt In vltul to n p.rf.ot
oruiin, In ortler to ntoka n mora fno
IIAZAim HAMILTON, ! 'r",u .,,, tn.,w),
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW SlylUh nml Aiiro.rlnln Ciwi
Will putet.ee ill the uiiimu cml.- g;'i;J-i"Wi.uli.(SiiaShkkl1
if tlifAtate. I as RBOAnun tonb,
oiliri' ,r K.Mrtlii' euv. Oii.
ILL lUrtSTtUtltll vt o.iy vat.i m.y U kmJ
ATTORNEY A COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
51 uiHiitthi i, Om.t.iiN.
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HI. Ill I lllll.lt Uiw.tll.l I.U lillf I lNiitluinl, Mn
Award with Medal & Diploma or Honor
va (im'iinii sv Tim
CINTENNIAL tXHtUlTlOK COMMISSIOHCItll
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nil unci or tetr. .if,fBiir in r.r s.!,("i
Ulllf la 9kulMl i f f lUnoi l.f U (trpm latta4.'
Ho net f..l to nul rplKtlMi n.t
jlxUjut. dp, 4i applkMioii la tha
Taylor & Farley Organ Co.
8iit twik in jtMir own tuttn. 'IVriim
IMM'Uti: t'lTY, Ot.'N'. I
Culli'i li. nit nml uIIiit 1 him in" l,i. i'l
m tnj liaiuU, Mill tti'cite in'i'inpt ullin
V. V. WKIUHT, I
r. 6'. Mluoral ami I'. S. th-puty
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C'otJfttl.K 1'ITY, OllN.
Will ntteitil totltflniHhtwwnfituneuiiu
tu nnv I'urt i tin- comity.
IVrei-t iiiiitMof nil Mtnewil lui.ilc.fiii
niched nl hli.irt notii-e. i
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ATTiiRNET mid roCXSELUiR AT LAI.
mm j "i u i'i oi't'Vi on lttciorv
Hli:iri' f oiil.lic iitruiuiv'i' if h-kik-i i
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W.XTEB ARRANGEMENT, BEST MATERIAL
S njf . " ' ( -n .tf fl'l'l
y iSmul.i ni'"1 .it 7 :o a.
Vhe trayeuhg public
M IKMUII.I ll (l;M
i: ,-f -n .tjl frci'lf
, ii i n .it 7 :o A. M, f'' S' S'
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A ItMollIiiKr Crime.
And again a victim has fallen before
the worst of all criminals, the assaisin
The horrible tletniU of tleed.-j here at
home are fresh in our memories and
now conies another to the Salem
Statesman tinder the date of Canyon
City, Monday, January 12th, and is as
" A drunken debauch ended on Sat
urday night in the most foul and re
volting murder of an old German
miner by the name of Henry Stcvan3,
bv a man named John Darby. The
particulars of the crime are too dis
gusting to boar reduction to writing
The populace were and are very much
excited, and there is much talk of
lynch law. Darby is in jail.
So much excited were the people
that he waived an examination before
tho magistrate, and p tanda committed
without bail. I think if he had made
his appearance in tho court room the
crowd would have summarily admin
istered justice, and thus saved a con
siderable bill to the county.
Stevans was an inoffensive, poor old
miner, much addicted to strong drink,
and when on hia -prce, his cabin wax
the resort of dead beat and the lowest
order of eota, and in u drunken orgio
he was inhumanely doalt with and
beat to death."
$ WINKS FOK
A 1.50 CHOKE
CIGARS am) TOBACCO,
and everything usual' kept in a
MElilCAL l)lfIK.,s WtY.
1'rcscriptioiis ,avrfullij Com
MARIlSliriKUI. O i ( o.
W. It. Frwrio.v a D. Uou un
WILL FI.VII THIS TO B J, ft, il H atJl SU11,
ry.;.l 7iN7'. ItKSTand QCICk'KST
of all norms
ROSEBURG OR ANY PART OF,
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'o ay -Agf Hours.
LIVERY AHIJ FEED STABLE,
.M t:-;n- I '' (':.
1 iri'nM 'I ION M AUr.
i Ihi'i ' j moil .ui i...t.,' -
A . ic ' 'n our c
Willi..- ..ad ., i prort.tin roW nN)u vhNI,,,lN.av
ami Mim... . -
t'.mxt iirloii uf S.iithi'rn Ori'tfiiii Tin
Xni'Ifiiiy i )!niliiu(.'il mt.. thrif ilrj.iirt
Illl'lltX lit fn!i,Wn .
Tin' I'rlimifji Drpmtiiniil
In which IiitnxliU'tnry I'.ruiulun
77ie Junior Ih'pmlnniit.
rinbrmitii; Oitliocr.ijiliy, U.ii.iinp,
Writing, (iniiiiiuiir, tiiHirii',iv, Ilii.ti.rv.
I'hyiu.loifv, I'liiniliiir S. i.'in.-"nn.l ,.n
l.i I ami I'r.irticul Arillinnlir.
77ie Svnlur Drpnvtinnit
ICiiibriu iin l'MKik-kr').in!iNiiiKIi. tu,il
iloiibli' cntri )l!.iluiiv. Cliiiiiihlri . Polm
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i riu i.t oiioniy, i.uiiii, Kiirtiirii', lllyhl
KAl'MNt; DONE A r SHOUT NO-! Aritliim-li.-, Alifibrn. tii-imutry, Tnnii
t;n ami .it m i'v ii .i-Dii.il.lf r.ile ' iioiiu-trj uii.l iurM.inji.
jfrj-rARB JtKDUCED TO id.JBS
E. i ,i t e fjer allowediWVt ofhitygay
lor I'. ..fur particulars enquire, of
Ttlrv aph oiliee, Empire City.
Or S !. j, . ' Y,
DI..I i I' '. Miir-I.fhld, O-. :
liiKtniiiinn in thin lirniuli U givon
,fti; iuwei PJSfiL'WC l!"P.n&rin I I '' '"'ll ''" from 3 t l
iJIOB. ofbiijU'. j "uu''" w M " llL.t.J-5 per w.ck with private fMiiiilira, and for
run ii-ni niicii M'Vl'HII MtHICIHM llllll to-
Kvtlict iiiiil Itoanl thi'iLiM'lvi'H.
' -$ 5,0(1
1)1 W.LH IN
Stoves & Eanges.
-t I'll, r il
ean & So. Hardwarejools,
On I be Yerec orMlarrnlloi.
DistreiM in Ireland is increasing.
Five hundred inhabitants in tho Kal
cbog district, county Limerick, are on
tho brink of Hlarviition. They pro
reeded to-day in a body to Croom and
obtained four cartloads of bread by
urgent representation of their neces
sity, The btreetB of Cork are patroled
by mounted police, uud tho magis
trates of tho city have piifesed resolu
tions urging greater activity in the
nunprosslon ol demonstrations jiartak
fill? of tho naluro of bread riots, and
asking for tlio npjiointuient .of addi
tional police Sixty ablebodied men,
with tholr families, wero yesterday
iidinittod to tho Killarney workhouse.
A woman applied for admission on
TitoMlny. with her childron, ono of
whom waidead in horanns from hun
gtirantl exposure, tho woman liayiug
walketl u dlstanco of forty miles. I lio
iimvora of Blioffleld and Urigh on
nml otlmr towns have opened relief
aulmorlptlon, but (ho universal opin
ion l thnt prlvnto relief cannot cope
with tho distress.
THdfn and McL'Iellan.
A late Washington dispatch says
"an intimate friend of Gov. Tilden
expressed tho firm belief that Tilden
does not desire the next Presidential
nomination for himbolf. but that ho
would like to bo in a position
where ho can decline the nomination
gracefully in favor of some candidate
known to be acceptable to him. Who
Mr. Tilden would prefer is not
devoloped, but indications point to
It is not very probable that Gov,
Tilden has given up his hope of roach
ing tho White Ifouso, nor that ho
would decline in favor of any of his
friends ; but nothing would make tho
SUCC068 of thenopublicans more cor
tain than tho nomination of MeClob
Ion by tho Democracy. His record
during tho war, and especially his
platform of 16C4 would bo an insur
liiountnblo barrier in his progiosuasa
candidate for the Presidency.
IMI IE -A- T s
and provisions of all J iiids
sold at I he lowest
DELTVEJiEDaimy point desired
B2TWo keep nothing but thobcst-iBS
and limire satisfaction.
Livery &Fced Stable,
NOULE lUlOS., - Proprietors
Wo linvo lately built a first-class
Stable on Pino street, and have Horses
to biro at all hours. Hauling done at
FARM FOR SALE.
A SMALL FARM SITUATED ON
A tho bank of tho Coquille Rivor
containing 28 acres
RICH BOTTOM LAND,
With House and Orchard. Can bo
Routed at a ReabonabloRate.
For particulars apply to
Empire City, Oregon.
E. U. JJKA.V, D. WH.IX'OX
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m UNRIVALLED IN QUALITY,
Waieliouie. arwell ai I arm Mills, aie largely crn. ' uTlw. II'nr,i Mr "Whltft
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rnwiatc the demand, and jiviiiKiitapjciiyr.ffiom jo , Ol'LJIlH Illhtl'tlOtol 1H tllO
toiog tutl.tli ixr h'.ur, a'u.rilinK to .r of mill. rTflam . i rticrri A 1017,irT,
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Uiaid C'ara er Steamer. OrtUri filled tame day ai Snvl thr lllustmttii Culuoyu.
jiiuia ii.ippeu "Knocea uown go lor lull
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