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About Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 188?-1910 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1901)
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BAN DON, OREGON: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1901
onCLoice irrocerii'S call at Mil-
ed1 Hurley. Outs nuo" Blue-fetcm
eorije Litirtgor, of Aif-'0i wns ,nk"
cFfook around town last Friday,
ngflno O'CodduII, of Maislilii-ld,
jent for Do Lavel cromu Bfiier.v
nuL -At Proper, Fob. 1G, to Mr.
Mth. William Lowi?, a !)J pouud
lines F. Cos loft last Tnosilny for
mrniattiin emio. ueur Ituaty Butlo,
b"oTviIils of Sixes.
aokes nnd Fellie9 for wntfons
Fror-li grass seed of all kiuds at
The DoLntol Separators liavo made
poor wen rich in Coos county.
If yon want your pboto enlursod at
no cost to jourself go sco J. Don
liolm. Jons L. Cbristionfcn, of Arafjo, was
a calW in Bitudon tlio lattor part of
J. D. Stownrt, n protniiiont dairy
man from tho poutborn pait of Coos
hpont a couplo of dnys in town tlim
V. Cnlin, M. D., J. S. Ijuwreneo
nnd 15. V. Dean woro iinioutf tbo
Foresters wbo visited Bandon Friday
orwood .t Corson's j also Ibe fa- Kov. ai.u. iinnK win noici religions
STr. I'. P. Hod packing best in services in I he M. Clmrcli, of tins
mark-it. place, bnnday, reiinmry in me
Jffilsomely decorated Cbinaware tnorning. and nlo in tbo oveuing at
5Tbh premiums for cash tiiulo at tho usual hours.
JorVnz's. Call and get prices on The Natukal Hen Incubator and
Winter stock. Brooder 5125, clieno, easily con-
taftb I 1 i t L .1 i" 1 CiF t
jort Queen of tho Forest enter- Mrnc'toa. practical, ootid cwo lur
sTnext Saturday night, and all ar- plans or call on tho agent, J. H. Bogne
dements are complete for u plei- bandon, Oregon,
Dan and a goon ume. (iimim i iiuruu mmiu ..rr.,,.-
-i-W... 1 mini. Iial-.i nrrtitn llliu U'OmK Pnmtni flH
av. T V. tlavnes, oi win .u. r-. " ,. . ,
reb, South, who was formerly a n'irt-r on llm sciioo.ior iwrwirK.
iSSt of ConmlloCity. has assumed j "-"..pin... l'earson is nn om i.mer neio
gSof that, denomination at Grants ! In hits Iwpii running olsewbeio f(.r
I some months pa-d.
,,,,. n,,,,i n,i l...r nnr. I Thn master of tbo steamer Argo
ml had some repairs made to tbo rudder
anil a leak in the after deck stobped
during Saturday. The vofscI laid
over at this place until Monday when
she proceeded to Itivnton to tub) uu
a cm go of coal.
For Kent The livery bam, near
the Town Hall. This barn has stalls
for 10 head of horses, abundant room
Hs Heml.p.aiters fur these, ma for hay and feed, td.od forwngons.
month. Apply to J. II. Jones, Ban
Charles Lokhiz gavo Coqnil'e City
nnother of his periodical visits io
mutiiiiiL' over Sunday. lien wo tnke
i iio cotnidorat'011 thn regularity with
which Charles visits his old ho.no wo
conclude that tbero is an a. traction
there that ban a strong attachment on
'J ho transit of commerce drumniois
M I . .1 11. - 1 a..
I, , . . aC'O'-s l no tili-K oi iiio diiiiooii iner
to UiliKo this cliteltlillillielit a ., . . . , . , ,
i .i ceiitiln m Crtst must have taken place
dnrinc the past week judging firm
tho number of commo-vial iep-oi-pii'
lativos wtio have vi-'td our uier
chants during tho past f t w dnjh, iitut
no doubt new goods will i-oo begin to
nrrivo as a reiiilt of thoeclipbo.
m ,,. As a result or nr. ljatior, I no mil-
Sh .Airs. .Aloiris recovers bulb , . , ,, ,
? . .'tin renresentiitivo h visit, liiinilou
readers will receive "Tho Bulletin"
. I . 1 f..- !.....
mm . . ,,1, niiniliiv, ii-giiiiii, uuraiin, iiiux
gisil.ng his daughter, .Mrs. II 0a,,,illB ,,ntlons to ,,,,,1 wlimi
errll.of tun place for sov.rai ,UJ. hliv lll()kt timo and inclina-
gi.M. Mr Lafer y w of the ,iiin Ca, t , Tup,M.r House for
your Bulletin on Sunday. Subscribe
for tho Bulletin and Recorder now.
l-jd ers l). ii. ilurris ami V. 1
Jyaleulinos day jiast.last Thins- Crumley, and Mrs. Crumley and clnl
dren visited this plac.o Fiiday, romaiu
ing until yesterday. Elder Hauis
oamo as a iopro.-ontu.ive of tho Apos
toliconler of the Be organized Church
of Latier Day Saints, delegated wilh
the powers belongiug to said office,
and during his visit hero established
a branch of their organization at this
place, with its corresponding ollicera.
When tho tug Triumph wtit towing
tho schooner Amethyst in over the
bur last Mouday, a swell caught tho
schooner nnd ran her over thohnuser.
This formed a binht which caught
Imli.riil flu. pnntitrliniiril finil ubdn tin
3 tug tightened up on tho hauser it was
1 I 1 I'.il . I .. . II... I... .1,1 PI,rt onl.nn.in
lUOl Willi a lllllO pill ieu Ul IUU UI)UI. uu nuuuuuiu
We in coming into tbo harbor had motiiontum snllicieot to carry it
Friday ovoning. Tho wind blew iutido tho jetty and over the rougbost
Sosvy and the vessel touched ! wHtor but it bumped somewhat on
jo Nort suit and had to back out. 1 tho rocks of the jetty boforo it wns
rs: ttiisan jlhiuiih. anu ner sun
ruro Brvutit. of Hiverlmi, weio
cod iiisaiie, and Sherifl (lallier
'ed to the asylum with them last
iJJhpiing season wi'l soon be on;
irators will be in demand, The
fJavfl has no J'v(iial for Clean
inning and easy running. Tho
ieer Hmdware Store, of Maivh
is lieudtpiaiters fur those, ma
lio Furc-tei-i. of Com t Qnoon, of
don. had big lime hero last Fri
uight which was attended by u
ijmany vi-inng luoll reu from
uilh' City, A m-neious feast was
laiod and onjojod by tbo couri
ho Foier.tei. (immal ball will thke
etin MtiuckV hull on Saturdav
iing. ihn Vliinst. The iiu-mbeifl of
Biiii.'i'ii C'tuit l.ave wi ii.ed rain-
ens unit it l iils fair to uo Hu
ll of other lil:o occasions,
ra. J. E. Morris, of Prosper, is
ng bott r Mr Morris bus pin
ed tho property formerly owned
oseph Bledsoe, from O. Y. Lowo
jntcinis moving to jsamloti as
tly to permit tho change.
. Tiilfullv. of Mvrtln l'.nrit .in-
'err II, of this place for sov.rai
iuu t tint (luring next summer
nes will Ik hiii-ker in andaroiiud
tie Point than it was Inst t-cuson.
bringiiuxils usual shower of val
iee. M.iny pernous were tbo ro
Uts of very piotty ones, whilo the
(Jcbiss played its psrt in tln
ral distribution also. A vulentine
7k'Vi'" Cmcrete ball was
ily attended and enjoyed.
-TO. W. Strange will bo in Ban
on bis regular hi monthly viit.
'riday, Match 1st, and will remain
ual. for six days. Let all, lmv
lental work to bo done, cull upon
as early after bis airival as pos
.)uly tirst class work and prices
asouablo ns cousistout with good
o htonmor Argo mot with a littlo
tiling tho operation she was
itjjvith a oa that inudo things
yon tho 6lemer's deck. Tho great
uuder control again although the
tug's crew did lively work nnd boon
had the baneer fastened to thobchoon-
lamago resulted to somo kerosouo , or iigain. Tho Life saving crow were
bat wns on deck, and w hich caiuo at tho scene with their usual prompt
jfjtlio tueloo minus some of their neB8, but tbo tug bad tho schooner
br und with others battered and j under coutrol when they arrived,
stared and tho oil flowing out to Wo call tho attoutionofourpntrons
Jto nngry waves. However the to tho extraordinary offer of Hand &
saago was light. McNally's Great Atlas of tho World
(tract for caarying U. S. mail, by tho Daily Bulletin which is avail
tr routes, dtiriug tho next four I ublo to Bullotin-Becorder subscribers
mII partake much of tbo ruial on payment of SI CO. This Atlas is
gjy service. Postmaster Tupper , issued upon the completion of tho U.
Igen communicated with ns to tho 1 S. Census, once in ton years, aud con--Br
of families living along the tains tbo mups and latest geograpbi
botwetn Bandon nnd Langlois. cal dolinoHtions of every country in
if hU"Ur"iilt.s tho contractor must tho World, together w ith a completo
fr tho mail of each person, wbo 1 statistical chait of imports, exports,
ea a box to receive such mail, i resources, etc., nnd historical.religioiis
If cbsrgo. Hrrotoforo persons and political statistics. Tho Atlas
along theo mail routes has ' will bo ready for shipment between
Jp pay fur snrh sui vices, but tho March 1st and 15tb. To aoid tho
-iictors dnritig tho next four exprcus charges loavo your order and
willhnvo to put in their bids the amount at the Bkcohdek ofhVubu
A his extra i-ervico added. Tho fore that date, For particulars in re
botwfeu this place and Lang- garJ to Alius f' Saturday a BuJ.
ill be ro-lvt iu July litio.
Marshal! Nay, of Marshlield was in
town lat Satnrdny,
H. II McPherson was doing busi
ness it. town Monday.
Enrley Seed Potatoes Beauty of
Hebron nl J. B. Mnrsball & Son's.
A. F. Eminett, of Southern Coos,
was doing business in town last Tues
day. J. S. McClellan. of Olalla. regis
tered at tho Tupper Uouso last Sat
urday. Do you belong to met No, sir, I
don't think 1 do, and I Bhould hate
to think I did.
Tho steamer Mnndalay is expected
here next Saturday on her return from
M rs. Wakeman of Emp'ro City camo
over yesterday and will stop in Ban
don a few weeks.
Tbo sloninor Ago is expected hero
by Tuesday neit nnd is bil'ed to sail
arain on tho 2Sth.
G. H. Magoon has just opened an
other 1300 pound lot of choice candies.
Call and inspect them.
J. P. Tupper wns in town yester
terday hauling brick to bis ranch on
Johnson creek, to bo used iu budding
tines for his now house.
Bu'ty Davidson while cboping w'th
n double bitted ai-o, yesterday even
ing cut bis hnud qnito severely. It
requited four slilches to sow up tlo
Tho wife of Dr. Caldwell, of Poll
Oiford, accompanied by her child, on
was in Bundon. tho laiter part of last
week on her way from San Francisco
to join her husband.
Henry J. KiunwnU is s.iU lingen'ug
on the verge of tho g-nvo but is
thought to bo gradually sinking.
His daughter, Mrs. Blackerby, who
is iu atteiidauce, is ii'm) ou tbo bick
Miss Dell Cope, ono of Floras
Creek's fair daiighleis. and Mr. Fred
Bl-IIoiii, ono of Northern Cuiry's
prominent dairymen were joined in
wodlock, on tho 11th hist, ituv (HI
Tho barbers of Bandon have conn
ciled together and concluded that as
tbo law prohibits tho pn senticu of
Iboir 1 (ado on Sundays that tboy wM1
nnido the law and c'oso their shops
on Sundays until further uotice.
Captain W. H. Ha-ris, one of the
early pioneers of Oregon and of Coos
county, was hn-'ied at Myitlo Point
last. Sunday having dio.l a couplu of
days previously. Captain Harris was
one of tho early s-'tleis of Coos nnd
has always been one of her prominent
and honoied citizens.
A meteor, of pumicestono forma
tio i. fell noir wlioio tho men woio at
woik, last week, in Vergil's logging
camp near Pdrk-rsburg. Tho stone,
wh't-h woigl'-about 100 pounds, was
dug up and is ou exhibition at tbo
camp. Ii penetrated Ihneaith about
8 feet and was still hot wbeu dug up'
Now that ships are iu demand and
shipyards niv n po.-ted to have all tho.v
can do and that tho demand is still
greater than tho supply, Bandon and
vicinity might profit by a little push
In that diiection. The proper oiFort
might establish a shipyard hero that
would bring much employment at
good wages, and give moio lifo to
Some party hns boon guilty of
wantonly defacing tho palling that
incloses one of tho ginves iu the com
etnry and as complaint occasionally
conies to ns of tho removnl of flower
plants and tho breaking of rosebushes
from graves, und tho disappearance
of wnter pots, etc., it is time that this
kind of vandalism is stopped and nn
example, mado of the perpetrators if
ho or they can bo detected.
Port Orford Tribune: Mr. James
Ellis met with quite, n saveie accident
Saturdny evening. He stinted to
Hubbard's creek with part of u sack
of grain on his shoulder, to food
Gauntlett's sick horse. He wns walk
ing along a high, perpendicular bluff,
aud getting too none the edgo, the
earth gavo way, precipitating him to
the bottom. He received serions
bruises about tho head, nnd is boiug
attended by Dr. Caldwell.
Tbo advent of steam transport!!
lion between this point and San
Francisco is having a marked effect
upon the great piles of matchwood
that were piled iiK)n tho wharf. This
supply has been reduced until the
wharf begins to huve a vacant appear
ance although considerable remains,
However, as soon as spring opens up
teams will bo busy again bringing in
more, nnd with the product from tho
sawmills nnd brooinhnndlo plants
south of tnwti to be hauled in theiu
will bo considerable, ktir bore during
IN t.t ion tor a IJrei'sor.
M M n is made in tho Coquillp
Bulletin of a petition " the authori
ties nt Washington for nn appropriii'
tirn to put the dredger Hint lies hero
on the mud lint to work clearing
songs from the rier and remove sod
iinent tint has been deposited by the
floods, and which hns added difficul
ties to rapid and successful naviga
tion, This scow is n'l light nsnsr.ng
ging institution hot ns a ( ledger it
coitainly is n failmo ns it only picks
up tho mud in ono place ami drops it
to ono side of tbo cuirotit from which
p'neo it is very likely to got back into
tho channel nod C'l up some other
placo in tbo iinmediulo vicinity of
wbero it wns removed f-oin. Tho
only dredger thnt will do satisfactory
work along tho CoquJlle river is one
which will carry the sediment back
over the bauks nnd deposit it in low
places where it wiM form soil and re
main. f tbo right kind of n dredge.' in
seemed nnd put into operation, tho
vainoof tbo bo'iotit to ibo Coqiiillo
valley would b inestimable, but un
less the sediment is caroied out nnd
back from tbo stream tho wo k will
bnvo nothing like a permunrut effect.
Wider trnnspoitnt'on is tho cbonp
est trniisporlntion thnt c.in be had,
and its imp'oveiueat is a beuelit thnt
accrue to fi'tt"-o generations ns well
ns to piosent purposes if the work is
In petitioning petition for that
which will give saiisfnction, nnd wnsto
no time, thought or money ou n ma
chine that will have littlo or no merit
in mincing tho Bhoa's uuder consi
deration. AltOUM) 'I in: COIIM V.
From the Mnrstiflclil Sun.
Died .-At Oakland, Cal., Feb. 0
11)01, Mrs. Mary A. Ouiin, ngod 87
years. Mrs. Gunn was the mother of
Mrs. C. H Meichant, of tbiscity.
Daniel Ingersoll died nt his homo
on South slough Tuesday evening, af
ter a lingering illnessof many months.
ni'od 80 years. The funeral lat.es
placo nt Empire City thisnfternoon.
L. A. Whereat, the civil engineer
has accepted a position as chief of the
oiigineer corp on tho Daniel's creek
railroad. Mr. Wheioat has consider
able woik boforo him this summer iu
surveying a routoovei' tho Blue Bulge
I'ruin tlio Mjrtlo Point l.ulcr.Two.
Capt. W. T. MeCloskey has let n
contract for a Morn wheel steamer to
bo used on the upper river,
Chas. Gneriti, who has been in the
employ of tho (J. H. Guv. Sin vey for
loino time, returned homo fiom Now
hall, Calif., Thursday.
Ciipt. O. It. Willard has sold tlio
steamer Fawn, to Chas, und Henry
James, of Coqiiillo who will lit the
boat up for towing purposes.
A. B Moomaw, formeily of Norway,
has purchased an ornnge farm near
Los Angeles. Thn farm consists of
Bt acres and tho pi ice paid was S15,
000. Tbo work of dealing out tho chan
nel iu the jetty work below town has
been going on this week. Tho chan
nel between tlio piling put in by tbo
government had completely lillid up
and the curietit biuku through to tho
old channel near tho south sido of
tho river. It was necessury toremovo
tho piling, which when done, will en
ablo the steamer to get into tho old
channel, which has a good depth of
C 1i1iiom'Ti bleMtlll
New Yoiik, Feb. 10. A dispatch to
the Herald from Pekin says: A new
turn in tbo peace negotiations has
caused n diptomutio earthquake
among tho Ministeis. A brief and
almost insulting note from tho couit
bus nnived, flatly lefusing auy
further executions than the two pre
viously decreed. Yu Hsein, Gover
nor of Shan Si Province, will bo do
capitated and PiincoChwang will bo
allowed to commit suicide. Tho note
add-i that possibly Chao 8 bo Chao,
formerly Minister of Justice, may be
included among thosj to suffer death,
but tbo court reserves its decision in
Jt is nlso bluntly stated that no
further it.iiintivo will bo permitted to
Li Hung Chang and Prince Citing,
wbo are berated for having fulled to
protest vigorously ngninst the de
mand of tbo Ministers for six execu
Hons, three posthumoiii- and three
documentary. The oourt calls this
demand pieposteioiu und impossible
to meet, and says that it was not con
templated when tho geneial agree
ment was signed 1 Iniprial Gov
ernment sajs, in shot), thnt the pow
ers ttsk oi)trgc.nily too much ft ml
cunr.H bo sitU fled,
rvt 1.1. Ptr. Ainu, IIukIich.GS hours from
tnn 1- rnncisco.
li Ii, IS. Sclir. Aniolhjst, Ziimucrmnu, 15
dura from Snn FrmicUco.
l-'cli. 1H. Si-li r. Cnnllnnzn, CIiriteticii. 14
ilnvi from Snn Frnnvi'cu, to C. St. A 'I, Co,
lel. IU Schr. Herwiok returnm, Hi Unys
(mm Snn Friii.rlsco In A. lVrslilmlisr.
I'eti. JO Sehr. Athlon, Ijiirsen. 7 ilnjn
iron Sinn r rnncisco In l.ron null.
Ft-li LI). Sclir. CoiiiPllt. Aiulcr-win, Cilnys
from Snn Frnncinco io A. Feisbhiiker.
Fell. LA. Stemr. Art-o, llutthcs, to Snn
Two Real Bargins in Real
Story ami n ttnlf house; 5 roomi flro place.
I.nrcu hit nenr center of town, f l.'fl.
One ntnry tioii.-,-i II rooms : lot nnd n hnlf,
Nenr n-uolcu mill, f 1 ?,".
lloth of theso nro real snatw.cnll en J. M.
HAVE YOU PURCHASED A
notick or DISSOLUTION.
Notice Is hereliy lveii thnt thn tinrlncr
tthlii uhlcti exixled lietweeu John .Iinkiim
nnd 1. F, .Merrll. vns inntunlly dinlved,
the llrst of jMtiuury l'.Ml, nnd thnt enoh
pnrty tins hIiick Hint time, nnd Ii now con
diictinu liimlnesH indeiendtntly of tho other
mid thnt I am resiKiusihlo only for my own
Dated nt ltnndolph Fell. 7. 11X11.
Sealed Kid Wanted.
The town ltonrd,of llnmlon, Orecon, will
rccntvo M iili'il iiroiMmnlH, iii tn 7"K1 o'clock
Fildny eveninu, Mnrch 1st UHU, to pnlnt nnd
p.iier tho Town llnll. The lower story, stair
way, uixiiixciiltir u nod ceillim of the tipper
riMins In receive two com In (if pnlnl, nnd tho
walls of tlie Hi r ronmn to tie lit, id with
.Uhlitlid Kheetintt nnd Iiiiuk with illumined
pnpur. Tho Town llnnrd reserves thn riuht
to reject nnv nnd nil lilds. For further par
ticular apply to A. t). .Morse, Touit ltu
corder. Duiiu lir order of 'the Town lionrd this
7th dnv of Fibruiiry i'.Kll.
A. I). MOUHK, Hecorder.
a. "iv.lcnn:, M.
PHYSICIAN AND SUUUEON
Culls to nil pnrts of town nnd county
nrniiintlv nnswered dav or niiilit. Olllce on
corner of Lower ilaitt nnd Atwater streetH
Y. I In yd on, 31. .
DIOKSTIVi:. DltlNAIiY AND SKIN
Olllce F.nst Front Street,
J. W. STRANGE,
Will visit Itnndon reuulnrly on dates to bo
supplied ill thu Iioivil Ctiliumi.
i. .ii. urroN,
ATTOItNKV AND COtJNSKI.OIt AT LAW
1IANIHIS, OOOSCilUNTY, (IllKION.
Olllco ill tho Kldoriulo lluildliiK, on First
T. S. .MINOTT.
ATIOUNF.V anii COU.NSFl.OK AT LAV
Ollico iu O'Oonnell liuilding.
n:o. r. Toi'i'iNfi,
ATTOItNKY and COUNHKLOH AT LAW
rrortlrrn III nil the CiitirU if Hie fitute.
Ofl'.cuon Second Fluor in ('onert-tu ltulliliui;
on Firhl S'trtet,
Life lusnrniice I'olieies nnd liondH tiouuht
or money limned ou siuuo.
niji.i'iii loixii:, no. in, k. r i". ft
KLl'HI L01XJU.NO.fH, KNIOHTS
.1 1 1.. 1. 1 1U ..,... M.....I.,,. f
evetiiliH nt 7:!10 u'clock, In f'astle llnll,
5 llnmlon. Oun. O. IIOAK, (1. (J.
4s II. N. Haiiuiniiton, K. (if It. Slid S. j
. i&'fMit t,&9.9.i:&&.&6.H:'
ll.l.MION I.ODOi:, Nn. I IS, A, I'. A. M 4
T ANDON LODO K.No. ltn.A. F.A .M. !?
S iJ Stilted ucmiinunleiitlonH tirst Hut- X
Z urdny lifter the full moon of eneli
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IIIIMIII1. .All .Mimn-l fiMtrfMnn iumij y
invited. Ily order of W, Jl. ?
T. J. 1 1IKII I , Secretary.
itf.fii V4tf t.t 4
jj ('mill tjueeu of llm 1'iitnt No, 17,
y, J'lire.lem of Aiurilcn,
r'Ol'ltTQl'HKN t)P TJIK FOKKHT.S
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V iVI. it, lllll-m J llll'IT 1111,1.1 rnui,
'wiek. in ItsHa'K llnll, Ihmdiiii, ()n!"ii
t cnrdinl uelcome is extended to all vl
IJ. ...... 1.-..11 11 w uurii.i.-v -
' 1hNi.i (Jiiktz. Chief l(Jitit!r. J
J Fin. Secretary. yt
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t IIAMION I.ODfiKNo. 133, 1. (1.(1. I'
1 1 ANDON LODOK, No. l.UI, I. O. O. I'.'
I ineetH every Wednesday evenlnt.'.
Visilint; brothers in Kood Ktundliiy '
Z II. N. HDSSKLL. N. (J.
A. W. Kimk. Km.
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(Onn VKAItLY to Clirmtliin man .
vvw, or winiiri to lixik nfr ' r
vroulnu lii-iii iu thin mid mljoin
iuu f!.iuiillei to act iik ilntiHiier and
CiirroHiKiudeiitj vnirk oun Imi dune nt
your lioiim, hnchmw olf-HddrMied
lamixd eiivehiKi fur pnrlienlnrs to
(ieiiernl i!nnii,'er. (Vtrrnriin llnlliliuu
ooimihUc t'ultcd Ktnt4 trta.uiy,
VHhlimO)ii D. O.
-- THH HTKAMKIt
UUKHHL I'ANTHH, .Master
leaves llniidou every iiiornltiK. eicept
SuudHy. at 7d0i'olbck and I'.xkct oouiuu
Iioik wilh the tram and sleso.er Jbrl at
10ur1 a. in. at fuullW City.
Iavf h Cniaill City nt I2UV3 p, iu., nrrlv.
tu nt Httndoii at M p, ut,
If not, give us u cn'l. We tiro Hiiro to please.
Now is the time to purchase Hardware. Tbo undersigned h;
in stock n largo assortment of
Hardware, Tinware, Granite ware,
Glassware, Crockory and Miners' Supplies.
l'a I it h, OIIn, IIooi'm mid M'liidoivs,
TlNSllOl' IN CUNNi:CTION.
The Bandon Hardyvaro Man
Autmun Goods !
n h 0
Has just received a full line of Fall
Dry Goods, also a Large
Men's Boy's and Children's Suits.
LATEST STYLES AND LOWEST
A Large Stock of Fresh Groceries
Always on Hand.
Orders Taken for Tailor Made Clothing. 1Vro.mrafttite.t
Is now supplied uith a full nnd completo block of
Hardware, Tinware, Graniteware
and Miners' Supplies.
Wu onrry n comploto atonic of
tinni'us niioi in Tools, Cutlery, Doors and Window!
C'ON.NI.CIION. I -1 1- riltnKH unit 1'liiiiihlHKii speelntly.
.LEDGERWOOD & CORSON,
Bandon, .... Orogon.
$10.00 Cash Trade
With thu lliidorslunnl. ltntlllM You toatitfp
'In Diile, Kiiliirunl l'lvtiito from auy ttiulo.
U ' ii jili ou mipply.
$30.00 Cash Trade
Not only ciiIUIch joii Io Ihn mIiovu picture, hut
to mi l.leumil l'niniH with I'ictutu ooiupJiile.
h'auiples ou exhlhitiiiit itl thuriluru.
I)Iir'l?C! "MX'IX' ON APPLICATION fOll l'lirrUBK
1 JviL'li'O VJ L Vj 1 nnd I'tHimi Without Trsde. WitbMWlt
Cimli Hulu a liokcl it-proseuliiiK tho iiiuoiiut will ho Kiven Custaiuer.
The New Steamer,
Arriv.H lh. 'Ji!. Halln fi-h. '.Mlh.
A. OLHKN, Mahthii.
Will MhIiu Iteiiulnr Triw lletwte.li
Kreiuht rules from Hnn l'riincico to
lliindnn. TIX) h tout l'n (!iuille Oily nnd
(KilutH x-l(iw, j;I.V)j 'I'n .Myrtle I'uitil mid iu
tervenliiK iluln, f 1.IU.
Il.ilidou ntjeul Klhert Dxr.
Htn friiiirlncu nueiitn. . . lluluie V Hurt.
The New, SpDedy and El
egantly Fitted Twin
('AI'TAIN A. UKKU.
Tlilt In Vnur OpMrt unity.
On n-ell'tot ten cent, cni.li or Btnmpa,
a ueuoroua tamplo will ltu mailed of thai
inont jiopulur Catarrh nnil Hay l over Uuro
(Kly'u Cronin lliilui) r.nlllcltiit to di'iuou
trato tho Rreut in. tits of tlio remedy.
CO inrrtii Ht., New York Cltjr.
Iter, John IteM. Jr., of Great Falls, Moot.,
recouimeiided lily's Cream ltalm to mo. I
can einibiuUo his atntciuent, "It is n oI
tifa ewe for caturrli If ud nsdlrectnl."
Itev. FrafltW. I'oo'o, 1'aJitor Ojiitrull'res.
Church, lit leu i, ilout.
Hlj's Cream I's'rn Is tho acknonleilnoo
cure, for cntuirlt onil coiitnins no mercury
uor aoj lujutiou druy. 1'rice, CO cents.
Kliimr will filve n reiilar today Hrvto
Utwieli Coiilill Hlver, ()riii, Slid Sun
'rnnclxi, ChI.. fur IwtU imniMintitrt at.d
1'urfull or turtbor liifortnatlcui applr to
CaptHiu A. Hiwd, ou huord stvaniar or
N. 1,011 UN.. Auent, (JorinilUi, Oioii.
M. It, Ll'l'., AkoiiI. Ibtiiduii, Or'jfnn.
. T, l.itl'Z, fitmenl AhiiI. SOTProi.t tit.
K'Ui frauoiMxi. CallfunilB.
l'nro, (rohli, colli H'U'inx lyntpr
nl oil to liny part of town,
in. .I tu any mt (( tit liuiws
n n .ii-iiiii)ii, in qnitotilifi
tli '.iivil. ItutcM tvuBouulilo, :
W, H. LOGAN, Proprietor