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Ships and Com m erce.
[San Francisco Chronicle]
Oregon has fired the first gun of
the campaign with a bang, and it
has awakened the echoes which had
been hushed into silence after the
republican victory in Rhode Island.
This year, for the first time Oregon
had two congressmen to elect, and
the Republicans have elected both.
Binger Hermann was, of course,
one, and the other, from the second
district was named Ellis. We have
not been informed as yet whether
theshcep voted at this election, as a
disgusted Democratic apostle de
clared in 1888, but it is very evi
dent that a large number ef Repub
licans voted, since Hermann’s ma
jority is estimated at 3500 and E l
lis’ at $4000. If these figures are
maintained at the Presidential elec
tion, Oregon will take rank not on
ly as a solid but as a stalwart Re
Mr. Cleveland and his followers
have tried very hard to cWivincc
Oregon that she wanted free trade
instead of protection, but somehow
the people of that State have not
been able to see it in tlmt light, and
it may be suspected that the a t
tempt of the present house of repre
sentatives to put wool on the free
list has not made many Democratic
votes in Oregon. The wool-growers
in Oregon and elsewhere may he
obtuse, but he cannot get it through
his head that the import of foreign
wool duty free would tend to raise
the price of the domestic product.
The theory of free trade may be
beautiful, but in actual practice
protection is worth a dozen theories
and that is evidently what the Ore
N um ber 7
St. Louis Democrat: “Your name
must in very truth be ‘put in the
pot’ in Mexico if you expect to dine
at a friend’s house there,” said J.
M. Dukes of the City of Mexico, at
the Southern. “With all their ex-
travigar.ee in other ways, the Mexi
cans are the most economical peo
ple on the earth in the matter of
their table accounts. They buy
just enough of everything for each
meal »aid the purchase is based on
the number of people to eat. For
instance, what would you think of
the poorest man in this country go
ing into a grocery Btore and buy
ing one cent’s worth of coffee. And
yet you can see the servants of the
richest.families in Mexicq q'p. that
every day. I t is the same Way . in
buying sugar, lard, flour, meat, spi
ces and so on through the list. I
suppose the Mexicans are forced to
this apparently picayunish method
on account of the thieving propen
sities of their servants. Thomas
Benton was not far wrong when he
declared Mexico to be a nation of
blanketed thieves. The lower clas
ses are the worst pilferers I ever
saw. They will steal everything
in sight from a cent to a red-hot
cooking stove, and for a housewife
there to attem pt to keep her larder
well stocked would be to invito a
horde of peons to eat themselves
fat at her expense.
Hon. Binger Hei
An act has been passed by the
ed faithfully, uncei
present Congress which modifies a
cossfully in the ii
policy of the government that has
H. NELSON, Proprietor.
county, from the tia»c he
been in operation since the year
tered the halls of
1792, and that has remained whol
present time, and
ly unchanged during all the polit-
Meets at Gold Beach, Oregon, on or be time shown partii
G o o d F e e d S ta b le « .
! iea 1 mutations of a full century,
fore the full moon in each month.
j The act is notable not only for
All brothers in good standing cordially
invited to attend.
favor of Coos,/for the
the reason just mentioned, but be
J. HUNTLEY, W. M.
hingu : meals
cause of its importance as respects
W alter S utton , Secretary.
granted at each fi
of the oldest and greatest of hu-
Bay and the Coquflle has ltd qjjny jnan industries,—that of commerce
W . E. B U R R O W , to intimate th at there
on the high seas,—and because it
ism manifest on toe 'p
was passed hy an almost unanimous
A. C. BARNUM, Proprietor,
Hermann. W ith allfi.}
J 1 qAotc of both parties.
view ; with the
The Navigation Laws of the Uni
would be impossible »t.fhe|4,
ted States since the first adminis
time for any third- l»rtv tn U . Jfc tration of Washington, have re
carry out the goo4 weiß that he so stricted the right of registry as
A* Good Accommodation« a» Found in
long ago inaugurated, and for . so American vessels, to vrssels built
many years suedessi’iilly pushed m the country, owned wholly by
Ophir, Curry Co. Or. ahead in their behalf, does >it Bob citizens and commanded by a citi-
TU P P E R H O U«£,
seem strange that the voters of Coos sen.
All work promptly performed and sat- should turn against him, aod. at-,
A vessel registered as American
tempt his defeat? It is like one is entitled to fly the Stars and
J. P. TUPPER, Proprietor.
stabbing to death" his best friend. Stripes, and is insured the protec
Coos, above all other couhtias, tion of the government. An Amer
N. C. NIELSEN,
should have stood, sohdiy t$r f l« - ican vessel engaged in the foreign
NEW BEDS, NEW FURNITURE
Blacksmith mann, for he has beta, her tried jtnd' trade has no rights, even in home
true friend, and we doubt ifahe will ports, which are not given on the
ever again have A representative in same terms to foreign bottoms; but
& W a g o n R e p a i r e r , the halls of Congress who will work it is allowed to engage in the coast
N o D ark R oom «.
for her interests with equal- devo wise trade, from which foreign ves
P ort O rford , O r I phon .
tion and untiring energy, or who sels are excluded.
will have the ability or inclination
The intention of the Navigation
For Solid Comfort Stop at tho Tupper
Hprse and Mule Shoeing
to accomplish so much. Coos has Laws in requiring vessels to be
Promptly Done and Work Warranted. shown herself ungrateful to Mr. built in the Uuited States is to en
The Oregonian’s Washingtan cor
R ates raon $1.00 to $1.60 P er D ay .
courage ship building, for it might
respondent, under date of June 10
Many people of Curry have com be a vast disadvantage to the coun
says: Representative Hermann suc
j . j .
n u n a n ,
plained th at Mr. Hermann las not try to be involved in a war, and
ceeded to day in passing a bill ex
treatedus fairly,—that he haaihown not to have shipyards and skilled
tending for three years tho time o f
K N A P P H O T E L , Attorney & Counselor at Law, MARBLE
WORKS, favoritism toward other places and workmen when it became necessary
settlers who are purchasers of for
feited railroad lands, and whose
Port Orford, Oregon,
G old B each
1784, Market St., San Francisco Cal.
the matter of the Port Orfordyreak-
For many years this feature of
time to make payment expires Sep-
All kinds of Mantle Work, Plumber’s
K N A P P
P r o p r ie to r .
[Coos Bay News.]
water, which, it is claimed fhould the law has been attacked by those
tembcr-23d next. McMillin, of
Will Practice in all the Courts of this Slabs, Monuments, Grave Stones and
Tennessee antagonized the measure
Granite Work. All work executed in a
First-class in every rer/rfct..^'
but when Herm ann explained tho
Public Land CaseB a Specialty.
Good Feed Stable attacfi'efck.
history of the bill he withdrew his
W alteb S utton , Agent, Port Orford, Or.
that the faith the people of Curry anywhere and to register them as
Marshfield will have a grand cel objections. Hermann read to the
have always had in Mr. Helmann American. They have maintained ebration on the Fourth, and don’t house resolutions passed by the Re
S. H. HAZARD,
has not been shaken is witnessed that the privilege of engaging in the you forget it.
publican and Democratic conven
W o o t l i ’i i i i H o t e l , ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW Livery & Feed Stable, by the vqry liberal majority we foreign trade should not be ham- Measles are sjucUo be .Again prev tions of Wasco county, Oregon,
eentinAte to give him. Curry has j pered b y the requU eiiieirirtlial vus- alent on the lower Coquille.
Where many people rwaulo uu for
Empire City, Oregon.
always been Hermann’s manner ae| 8 should be constructed in home
Euchre Creek, Oregon,
feited land along the railroad. He
Mrs. Harry Lockwood is expect
county, giving him at each eection shipyards, and have insisted that
also read petitions from the State
ed from Astoria this week, to join
DELOS WOODRUFF, - - Proprietor.
a larger majority than auy other the privilege was of much more im
grange and alliances, asking for this
Practice in the Supreme Court,
her husband, who has decided to
Is now open for the accommodation of W ill and all Courts of this State.
county in the State acco rd in g the portance than the encouragement
legislation, and stating that hy rea
locate in Marshfield.
*I'ho T r a v e l l n a r P u b l i c .
son of the failure of the crops many
The Proprietor takes Pleasure in be number of votes cast.
Farmers of Coos river say the persons were unable to pay for their
ing able to Anncunce that he has a
Curry has asked for no appropri
No serious objections is made to
A good feed stable in connection with
crop will be short this season. homes.
ations for river improvement, and the provision restricting the owner
J. M. SIGLIN,
the house, and no pains will bespared to
storms and heavy winds
provide for the comfort of hors» as well
ship and the command of vessels
Hermann to-day called at the
ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR AT LAW
At his NEW STABLES on the Site of the score, hut we have made a inited registered as American to citizens in April and May played havoc postoffioe department and urged in-
Old Stand West of Central Hotel.
and persistant demand for work to of the United States, or to the ex with the crop.
ereasd mail facilities between Cres
begin on the Port Orford breakwa elusion of foreign vessels from the
City, Cal., and Gold Beach,
Practices in State and Federal Courts.
large new steamer, to take the place Cnrry county, Oregon.
Saddle-horses, Buggies, Carts, ter, and have urged the same by coastwise trade.
letters, petitions and legislative ne
The act to which we have refer of the Emily on her present route,
W a tc h m a k e r .
Double &. Single Carriages
The floods in the East present
moríais, but with poor succeed up red will permit the admission to is to be built at San Francisco in
To Let at all Hours and on Reasonable to the present. Perhaps it (has American registry of two of the stead of at Marshfield. The burn some idea of the value of property
Residence near the “Three Sisters,’
Terms. Horses Boarded by the
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
heretofore been impossible to/ ac the largest and fleetest steamships ing of the Fulton Iron Works late in the regions visited by the great
Curry County, Oregon.
Day, Week or Month.
complish anything, but w have in the world—the City of Pari» and ly will cause a delay of about six waters. The inundation of 10,000
Work can be sent by Port Orford or
reasons to hope that with¿ the the City of New York. These ships weeks in the building of the ship. farms in Arkansas involves a loss
Gold Beach mail carriers, or from a dis Will Practice in all the Courts of this
next tifo years our congretonal were built in Great Britain, but al The cedar timber, to be used in the of $10",000,000, Illinois is estimat
tance by Registered Mail.
Livery & Feed Stable, delegation will make a stroigpull, ready they are owned largely by construction of the vessel, will be ed to have lost $14,000,000. Iow.t
a hard pull and a pull altojther, citizens of this country. They are shipped from here.
has lost over $1,000,(XX) and Mis
T. J. T. BERRY, Pro.
for Port Orford, and that thfi eff not mentioned by name in the act,
souri over $15,000,000. This is
Wells Fargo & Co’s
C rescent C ity ,
C al . orts will meet with success.
which is nevertheless so worded fair will beheld at Marshfield this startling testimony to the activity
that it applies to them only.
P io ta ry
fall, as word has been received from of the sun in. lifting aqueous va
E X P R E S S ,
Bandon that the track being built pors into the sky from the earth in
O f h c e at
Saddle-horses, Buggies, Carts and
ty has granted the Benectine attachsd to the privilege. The own there will not be ready in time.
movable showers and deluges. The
Fathers of Mount Angel abase ers of these steamships must be
sun’s heat plays a greater part in
CRAWFORD & WILBUR. Agents,
TO LET AT SHORT NOTICE AND
Governor Pennoyer, referring to the affairs of the earth than the sun’s
ment of taxes, which is no"t ||ider- caused to be built in the United
ON REASONABLE TERMS.
P o r t O rfo rd , O r e g o n .
stood by the public, and for ghich States two others, in every way the late election in Oregon, said: gravitational power. The ono eff
Horses Boanlei by the Day, Week or
J. H. UPTON,
act the court is being censuiwquite equal to the British built steam “The Democrats could easily have ects us every hour and the other is
generally. The fathers apwd for ships. The act is no doubt intend carried the state if they had not so very uniform ns to be considered
Attorney at Law and Notary Publie
a tax rebate of $500, but
ed to be the beginning of a general abandoned free coinage and indors without material force by the m ul
D enmark , C ubby Co., O beqon .
application came in so 1
policy to build up an American ed Grover Cleveland. From 8,000 titude. In these times at least wo
merchant marine—one foreign built to 10,000 Democrats were driven have ceased praying to keep comets
Livery & Feed Stable, the court had decided to
For Sale, Let or Lease Dealer in Town Lots, and Improved
more rebates—the couef,
ship to be registered as American from the Democratic ranks to the at a respectful distance.
SMITH RIVER, CAI..,
for one equally good ship construc people’s party by the open treason
Four miles above Bagnell's Ferry,
to principle and the blind idolatry
The school was really
ted in a home shipyard.
The subsidy of $100,000 asked for
the late democratic state conven by the Kiuslaw and Eastern Rail
On Rogue River.
tion had been made in ti , since rying trade of the world is in for tion, which changed the party road Company, to construct a rail
P boueedb P romitlt
A small 8<wmill, good Water Power,
a mortgage of $30,000 is h by a eign hands. Less than one-eighth platform to suit its plutortic candi road from Eugene to Florence, has
R emitted .
Orchard, Buildings, Fanning Imple
Saddle-horses, Buggies, Carts and foreign corporation agnj —their
ments, five head Work Cattle, lagging
of the imports and exports of our date.
been nearly all subscribed, as a re
Rig, etc. Soil well adapted for Prune
Carriages to Let.
the demand for property, both
Culture. ’4 miles fronUge on Rogue
A hitter fight was made between
Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or
J. M. UPTON,
in American vessels. The amount
at Eugene and Florence, is daily
Blaine and Harrison, and it looked
Month. Charges Moderate.
of freight money paid to foreigners
increasing, for every one appreciates
Law, Conveyancing and Real
Good Fishing Eddies,
It looks now as though irrison
for a time as if the Republican Na
great advance that will he made
And a No. 1 site for a
tional Convention would terminate
and Cleveland will agaii x; the
as soon as work begins on the road.
N n l m o i i ( ’f t n i H ' i y .
gladiators who will enter -’arena
in a disgraceful row, but good or
Bandon, Coos County, Oregon.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
by no one at less than one hundred
Also a well defined Silver Ledge. The
prevailed, and the first ballot
L and O ffice at R o se b u bg , O regon ,
million dollars a year.
During the balloting in the Re
I A General Line of Ranches, Wild Land
in favor of Harrison. H ar
May 7th, 1892.
and Town Property in Hand.
So far as the passenger traffic is
publican Convention an effort was
Notice is hereby given that the follow again prove the victor, fo e has
mony was restored, and the Blaine
ing-named settler has filed notice of his
concerned the case is worse. Tens,
made to force the nomination onto
men sav they will take ofi their
AGENT FOR BANDON ADDITIONS intention to make final proof in support gained weight and strei i, and
of his claim, and that said proof will be his tariff club is well seaed and even hundreds, of thousands of coats and work enthusiastically for Gov. McKinley, hut McKinley
For particulars, enquire of
made before the Judge or County Clerk
passengers cross the Atlantic every
stood firmly hy Harrison, and would
P ost O rford P roperty H andled .
Harrison and Rccd.
of Curry county, Oregon, at Gold Beach, so tough that it can be wqd with
not have it so. There are very few
Gold Beach, Oregon.
more confidence and foi while
money goes to American pockets.
8ATUBDAY, JULY 9th, 1992,
It is more than probable that of our statesmen who would have
Cleveland has not oniy"gn wea
Vis: Pre-Emption D. 8. No. 7475, of
ftlaine will never again take an ac withstood the pressure under the
Notary P ublic* Conveyancer George W. Bailey, for the Lot 1, of sec ker, but his free-trade |k has Nearly every one is agreed that
|>art in the political affairs of circumstances.
tion 6, Lots 2, 3, and 4, of section 5, Tp. become doty and unrelia^
34, 8R 14 W.
JOHN H. GAUNTLETT,
Kidney Dillon, whose name has
He names the following witnesses to
It has Nxjn prtiven, tnX iitanr trade on the high seas, and it is ex
prove his continuous residence upon and
associated with railroad enter
tremely grat ifying that a way seems
cultivation of, said land, v iz:
us photography that -S^e at $o hare been found to do so which vention meets at Chicago to-day. prises for many years, died in New
Eugene Peirce, John Fromm, W. H.
Wilbur, Charles Miller, of Port Orford, fujj
som etim es
"an bPeyrdial lly approved by inen The Peoples’ Party Convention will York on June 9th. He was over
Real Eslate Agent and Conveyaneer. Cnrrv
meet at Omaha Julv 4th.
70 years of age.
P ost O bfobd - - - - -
O beoox .
Pisa : Decorative Painter,
PORT ORFORD OREGON.
state o f fice r s :
U. S. Sanators—John II. Mitchell, J. N.
Secretary of State—Geo. W. McBride.
State Treasurer—Phil Metschan.
Supt. Pub. Instruction, E. B. McElroy.
Clerk State Board School Land Com
missioners—G. W. Davis.
Collector of Customs, Southern Dis
trict of Oregon, Frank A. Stewart, Em
pire City, Oregon.
Deputy Collector of Internal AWvenue
for Southern District of Oregon- Nat.
Iangcll, Jacksonville Oregon.
second jcnfti al district :
Judge—M. L. Pipes, Corvallis.
District Attorney—Seymour Condon,
County Judge—M. Riley, Gold Beach.
Commissioners—Raleigh Scott, Gold
Beach. W. V. Cope Langlois.
Sheriff—F. S. Moor», Gold Beach,
county Clerk—W. Gauntlett, Gold
Treasurer—M. B. Gibson, deputy, Gold
Assessor—C. H. Bailev, Gold Beach.
School Supt.—J. A. Tvler, Ophir.
Stock Inspector—T. W. Crook, Sr., Gold
Surveyor—R. J. Canfield, Gold Beach.
MEETINGS or THE COURT»:
Circuit Court meets on the Third Mon
day in September of each year.
County Court meets on the first Mon
days in January, April, July and Sep
tember of eacb’year.
rosToarcES in tu b county .
NAME OF OFFICE
F. H Flake
Mrs. 8. E. Cooley
E. J. Burrow
A. H. Thrift