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COQUILLE CITY, OREGON, TUESDAY. AUGUST Ifc, 1904.
Entered »» second-clan» m atter July 8 ,
REM INISCENCE* UF ROGUE RIVER WAR
1904, at the poetottice at Coquille, .
iron, under act o f Congress of March 3,
Written by “ Uncle S»m” Handsaker
W alter Culin. M. D.
P h y sic ia n
C o o i i i u . k C i t y , O k u .
' f t :
T e le p h o n e * .
Stanley & Burns,
Heal Estate, Collection«.
Specialties—Criminal aud U. S. Land
Cases, Notaries Public.
C o g v iL L f.
. » •
O b « oom .
Geo. Russell, M. 0.,
S ubobon ,
Office upstairs in MAUTIN BUILDING
Calls promptly answered day or night,
Night call will be answered from Mrs.
Wickham's Boarding Honse.
Phone, main 136.
C oqu ille,
A. J. Sherwood,
A t TOBNBY AT-IiAW,
N otabt P ublic .
C oqu ille,
A ttorney - at -L aw ,
N otary P ub lic ,
A bstrac ts «
T it l e s .
C o qu ille C it y , O ke
Hall & Hall,
Dealei in R eal E state o f all kind s.
M arshfield, Oregon.
J. Curtis Snook, D. D. S.
D bn tist ,
Office two doors Hoath Odd Fellow's Hall
Will make Bandon a professional visit
the first Monday in eaoh qnarter.
C oqu ille, Oregon.
W . C . Chase.
SPERRY & CHASE,
Office in Robinson Building,
C oqu ille,
£. G. D. Holden,
L aw ybr ,
Jastioe o f the Peace, City Recorder, U . 8 .
Commissioner, General Insurance
Agent and Notary Public.
Office in Robinson Building.
C oqu ille,
A. F. Kirshman,
D e n t is t .
at Kesidenoe, one blook east of
C oqu ille
Bandon W oolen Mills.
A t Cambomd
Labor and Politics.
Results come to those who labor
News comes from the State of
Vancouver, B. C., Aug. 12.
and wait, and at last we are enabled Twenty thousand dollars damage Washington that a movement has
to announce the completed arrange has been done this week to nine come to the surface there which
ments to construct and operate buildings in tbe Lardeau country avowedly purposes to bring organ
SHOT f r o m a m b u sh .
the woolen mill plant (or which by forest fires. Terrible coo flagra- ized labor into tbe field of practical
About April 15th, 1856, McDon
Bandou has been struggling for
tions are raging around Cambomd, politics. This movement in its or
ald Harkness and another man,
in which camp P • >r.l 1 :. lors arc in ganized form is designated as tbe
whose name I cannot recall, left
Now that matters have been defi tercsted. The GolJ Lim-b tramway Labor Lyceum of Information, and
Port Leland for the meadows with
nitely settled, work will begin at the upper portion of the Eva tram is said to owe its inception, perhaps
express for our camps. When but
once aod be hurried forward
way lime and the Era bunkhouses its supervision to Samuel Gompers
two miles away they were fired upon
rapidly as consistent with good have gone and it is feared the Oys the recognized leader of the Ameri
by Indians in ambush, aud Hark-
ter Criterion tramway cannot be can Federation. of Labor, Osten
uess was killed, his companion
The machinery for tbe new mills saved. The Eva tramway along sibly the discussion of economio
escaping. I am sure that not one
is at Rochester, Wis.
M. R. Lee coast $13.000, and is insured for problems in their relation to social
of my many comrades who saw the
has been there for some time, and $10,000. All over the Kootenai educational and industrial condi
horrible sight we witnessed when
has been telegraphed to proceed forest firpg are playing havoc.
tions, and the collection and dis
the nude body of Harkness, lashed
with the arrangement to take down
semination of legislative data rela
ou a pack mule aod scarrafied in
Chicago, Aug. 12.—Shooting fol
and ship the machinery, aod already
tive to labor measures that have con
lowed an attack today on a Lake
the most horrible manner was
an expert is on his way from San
cerned or will concern the Congress
Shore & Michigan southern train
brought into camp.
of tbe United States and determin
Francisco to Rochester, to superin
we forget the sight the red devils
bearing a large number of strike
tend the taking down and making
ing the attitude of individual Con
breakers from their homes to work
ready of the plant for shipment.
gressmen and Senators with refer
at the stockyards. Windows were
This war was carried from start
Here, the work of preparation
ences to these measures, are to com
broken and a number of the oocu-
to finish, almost entirely, with vol
will commence at once, and Bandon
prise the chief work of the lyceum.
paots of the train had been struck
unteers, and in our iauks could be
will present a more lively appear,
It is confidently asserted, however
U P T O D 7TTE.
by flying missiles when one of the
found beardless boys and old gray-
that, in Congressional elections, the
auce in the course of two weeks
headed pioneers who had but re
organization will engage as an act
than she has for some time past.
attacking crowd with a revolver.
cently left their homes “ in the
ive force, attempting the election
The new mills will be just East
That no oue was struck was little
states,” and with their families
of Timmon’s cannery, and will be
of such men as are favorable to tbe
short of miraculous. One of the
bundled into wagons drawn by the
aims and purposes of organized
two stories high, having an attic
bullets passed through the hat of a
patient plodding ox teams, made
BAXTER BROS. PROPS.
The plans and specifica
striker, grazing his scalp.
the trip to Oregon, after the lapse
tions for the building have been
of six months or more.
Cripple Creek, Colo., Aug. 12.—
drawn, and work will progress as
not to be taken seriously as a rule.
last of April some of the Iudian
fast as possible, and this week will The district is absolutely quiet to Their progress does not depend al
chiefs, after a parley with Captaiu
hardly close before material for the day. Sheriff Bell’s proclamation, together upon their merit. Very
Smith who had under his command
construction of the foundation will which was signed by Mayor French, much depends on the process of
seventy-five regulars, agreed to
of Victor, and Mayor Shockey, of
begin to arrive upon the ground.
organization and the character of
meet him at the "Little Meadows"
Mr. R. E. L. Bedillion has b e e D Creek, declared that the laws will leadership. It is rather the gener
at a certain time with a view of en
the < nergy behind the proposition be enforced and all citizens protect al opinion that merit and excellence
tering into negotiations for peace.
P H O N E 116
that baB worked most assiduously ed, has been favorably received in the latter regards are dissipated
When he arrived he made his camp
to accomplish the achievement, and
by the factional contentions that
in the timber, not thinking of
deserves great credit for his effort. The citizens are very much abused spring up, and the personal ambi
treachery on the part of the In
While he has been the chief mover over the outrages of the last few tions that seek gratification, when
P R O P R IE T O R S
dians. After dark two squaws in
in tbe matter, he has been aided by nights, and business men in general a movement, alleged to be for the
formed Captain Smith that the In
others who have shown by their declare they would turn out and Impiovement of industrial or social
dians would attack him enrly next
willingness to help with their deal summarily with anyone known conditions, is once merged into
morning. Orders were at once giv
means that they have the welfare to be implicated in another whitecap politics. It is to be apprehended Experienced Help
en to move the camp a short dis.
of the town as well as their own in- ping episode.
that this move of organized labor in
Special R ates to Fam ilies and Hotels
tance to a bald, oblong bill where
terest at heart.— Bandon Recorder.
Washington will share the same
This Victim W ill Die
he expected to have an even chance
fate, if, indeed, it should ever devel W e m ake our ow n soap and know its ingredients. N o injurious chem icals used.
with the Indians, but did not seem
Czarina GH vob Birth to a Son.
Forest Grove, Or. 8 .— Fred Haui- op to considerable' proportions.
Our l>ask‘«4a will b e left at all the principal points nr ‘. b o rivpr.
to be aware that not a drop of
G oods called for and delivered in C oqu ille City.
bin, a young man of Timber, Or., No one will deny that in the fram
water could be had for his men.
Aug. 12.— was shot and fatally injured by a ing o f legislation that is to directly
At 10 o ’clock the Indians made the
"Praise God! This is the accom companion bunter while hunting affect 4he interests of the working
attack, but with the assistance of
plishment of my dearest wish,” ex deer on the Nehaletu River yester man organized labor may legiti
a howitzer and the bravery of I u b
claimed the Czar of all the Rus day. He died eight bours later.
mately take a band. Ii is also true
men, the Indians, who were armed
sians this morning as the physicians
that through the medium o f the bal
with better guns than the regulars,
announced to him that be was at Schoonover, a young Cornelius res lot should be found a far more sat S W E E T C R E A M
IN Q U A N T IT IE S
were prevented froii^ massacring
last the father of a son, who will ident, and the shooting was acci- isfactory method of settling labor
the entire compc.nv.
At the first
T O S U IT
M IL K A N D
succeed him on the throne.
dential. A charge of shot from a difficulties than those now in vogue.
opportunity a courier was sent
The child is a healthy infant and Winchester struck Harnbin in tbe But can labor in its organized ca
through the Indians’ lines in the
promises to thrive.
He will be hip, ranged upward and penetated pacity bring this about by entering
night to the mouth of the river for
the field of practical politics as that
more troops which fortunately ar
The S t Paul fortress fired a sa-
term is generally understood? It is
rived on the evening of the second
lute of 301 guns in honor of the
Both Republican and Democrat just possible that this new move
day, just as tho Indians were ready
politicans are now conjuring with ment may answer the question,
to make a charge on the almost
the electorials votes, each claiming perhaps affirmatively. The possi
famished men for want of water.
Notice to Taxpayers.
enough to put their candidate into bility ot such result is invested with
More than a third of Smith’s men
the White House. I d Pepnsylvania a considerable element o f doubt;
-DEALER IN -
were either killed or wounded. Our
NOTICE IS H E RE BY G IVEN the Secretary of the State Republi nevertheless, the outcome will be
forces duriog this time was on our T H A T the Board ol Equalization
can Committee predicts a plurality awaited with iuterest,—Evening
waj down the river, but it was not for the Conuty of Coos state of Ore
for Roosevelt of 300,000. This is cer Telegram.
until late in the day that we heard gon will attend at the office of the
- - - - —
tainly enough to carry the state,
the howitzer, miles away.
Railroad Offices M oved.
county clerk of said county, at Co provided there is not another coal
• Te n d s o f L e a t h e r G o o d e f o u n d i n a.
once started at the double quick,
quille, Coos County, Oregon, on strike between now and November.
but when we reached the scene of
H a r n e s s S lx o p
the 29 th. day c f August, A. D., Reperesentative Hull, of Iowa, gives
their bloody fight a part of the In
1904 the same being th e last Mon it as his opinion that all the states moved into their new and elegant
I also do all kinds of repairing in this line at reasonable figure
dian chiefs had surrendered.
day in said month, at the hour of west of tbe Mississippi river will go quarters in the Depot buildiDg
C o a u ille , O r.
conversation with some of the regu
nine o ’clock a, m. of said day aud for Roosevelt On the other hand just completed.
lars, I was told that during the
pubicly examine the assessment the Democrats claim that many of Chandler has his private office on
I. H. HAZARD, Cstkler
R. E. SHINE, Vits Pré».
A. J. SHERWOOD, Prst.
fight the Iadians would creep near
rolls and correct all errors in valua great states east of the Mississippi the maiD floor o f the building in
the soldiers and with forked sticks
tion descriptions of quality of lauds, will cast their votes for Parker. the southwest corner, adjoining
attempt to draw away the soldiers'
There may be such a thing as geog which will be the engineer’s office.
lots or other property.
blankets, and when the soldiers
Now, therefore, all persons hav raphical politics, but much depends F. A. Laise, freight and traffic man
op C O Q U IL i L i H , O R B O O J 4 .
would raise their heads the Indians ing business as before the said
upon the labor situation during the ager, will occupy the southeast
would shoot them.
corner o f tbe bnilding connected T r a n s a c t* a General B an kin g Buainesa
Board o f Equalization will take ensuing three months.
This was the begining of a per
with the waiting room by a ticket
notice and appear at the time and
manent peace. In a short time the
Tbe waiting room as
V lo lr u t A tta ck »1 D l s r r h m s C a r e - window.
place aforesaid, and make due com
Ml h j r h s m h e r l a l a ’ i
C o lic,
Rtird sf Director»
various tribes surrendered and
well is elaborately furnished with
plaint, otherwise the assessment
era an d D la rrlta e a R e m e d y
R. 0. Dement,
A . J. Sherwood,
National Bank of Commerce. New York City
were at once taken to the Grande
aud P e r h a p s a L ite fla re d .
will stand as returned by the assess
L. H. Hasard,
Crooker Woolworth N’l Bank, San Fraiuiaco
Ronde, and Selitz reservations,
R .K . Shine
Flrat Nat’l Bank of Portland, Portland, Or.
"A short time ago I was taken expected that tbe tract will be ex
where remnants of them still exists.
tended to tLe depot early next week
witnesses my hand this 31 day of with a violent attack of diarrhoea
I am sure old comrade that not
and believe I would have died if I when tbe regular passenger trains
T. J. T h r if t ,
had not gotten relief,” says John J. will arrive aod depart therefrom.—
only yourself but the many readers
Assessor Coos County, Oregon. Patton, a leading citizen of PattoD,
of the H erald will breathe a sigh of
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Alabama. “ A friend recommended
relief to know that my desolutary
Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
c h o le r a la lk n ttiin .
notes of the long ago are about to
“ For seversl yeers my wife was Diarrhoea Remedy. I bought a
This disease has lost its terrors
close. If, perchance some may won troubled with what physicians call twenty-five cent bottle and after
since Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera
der why I did not make mention of ed sick headache of a very severe takiog three doses of it was entirely and Dia.-rbnea Remedy came into
She doctored with sev cured. I consider it the best reme general use. The uniform succese
more of the battles during the six character.
months we were in the servioe, my eral eminent physicians and at a dy in tbe world for bowel com which attends tbe use of this reme
answer would be, other and more great expense, only to grow worse plaints. For sale by R. S. Knowl dy in all cases of bowel complaints
competent writers have done this. untill she was vnable to do any kind ton.
in children has made it a favorite
About a year ago she
GENERAL L IN E OF CHEMICALS, DRUGS, PATENT
In conclusion, it seems unneces of work.
wherever its value has become
M EDICINES, DRUGGISTS’ SUPPLIES
sary to remind my old comrades began taking Chamberlain’s Stom
known. For safe by R. 8 . Knowl
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC.
that in the forty-eight years that ach and Liver Tablets and today
carrying their original point as
have passed since we last met many weighs more than she ever did be
ever, while tbe packers are employ
There is still a great deal of land-
of tbe old members of company B fore and is real well,” says Mr.
ing noon Dion men and increasing hunger in this country. An aver
have answered the final roll call Geo. E. Wright o f New London,
For sale by R S. tbe daily output o f their plants. age of six thousand persons a day
and ere long, we too.
Arbitration will come in time how- has registered for homestead lands
Bv an unfaltering trout approach the
on the Rosebud reservation. At
Like one who wraps the drapery of his
one time a crowd of nearly one thou
R T-P-A -N -8 Tabales
Male teacher by
sand persons looking for farms was
Having had many years of experience in this line
about him, and lie. down to plea
left in Omaha unable to get train
* we are prepared to give all the
first-class need apply,
accommodations for tbs land offices
best of satisfaction.
Coqnille City, Oregon, August 16, ary and long tern to the right par
The Vom it packet is enough for o raa l 00- at Bonesteel. Fairfax and Yaokton.
m aiona. rhe fa m ily bottle (90 m ala 1 oon- Tbe time for registering expired
8 . J. S lkkf ,
taina a ao p p lj for a re a r. A ll d rug g ists
on the 23rd inst.
Libby, Or aell
Tbe E nd.
Lieut. Stephen Longtellow-
Toilet Articles, School Books
and School Supplies,
Kodaks and Kodak Supplies,
Fine Stationery a Specialty.
T H E
R O Y Ä L
INOSLER & LYONS
Best of Work
A ttornbys - at -L aw ,
E . D. S perry.
COQUILLE RIVER STEAMBOAT CO.
Str. D IS P A T C H
Tom White, Master,
Bandon....... 7 a - m . | Coquille____10 a - m .
Coquille....... 1 p - m . | Bandon----- 4 p - m .
Connects at Coquille with train for Marshfield
and steamer Ejho for Myrtle Point.
Str. F A V O R IT E
J. C. Moomaw, Master,
Coquille....... 7 a - m . | Bandon. .10:45 A-M.
1 P-M. | Coquille . 4:45 P-M.
Str. R E T A
Alva I fee, Maater,
Coquille...... 1 p - m . j Bandon ... 5 P-M.
Bandon....... 7 a - m . | Coquille — 11 AM.
Carrying passengers and mail.
Coquille River Transportation Co.
Str. L IB E R T Y
w. R. Panter, Master.
Bandon.........7 a - m . , I C oquille. . . . 10 A-M.
Coquille...... 1 p - m . I Bandon___ 4 p m .
Makes connection with train at Coquille
and up-river boat*.
T. W. PANTKR, Managing Owner.
T. W. McClmkey. Master,
MjrtlePoint .. .7 a - m . | CoquUltCTy
a - m .
Coquille C it y ...l P-M. I M yrtle P ’t .4:00 P-M.
Daily except Sunday.
Coquille ice & Cold-Storage Co.
C. B. LEEP,
h arn ess and Saddles
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
GEO- A- CHURCHMAN, PROP