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MABSHFIELD OOPS OOUarfly. OREGON. SEPT. 20, 902.
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Cream of the
Published Every Day In
Special io the Mall.
Washington, 17, A stoff correspond
ent o( tlio Washington Star at Oyster
Hay begins a dispatch today In tlio fol
lowing aunatlonal manner.
"Ai long na I remain In the Senate,
nnil can ralte a hand to atop you, you
thall novor touch tlio tarlffrchoduln.
Thn foregoing quotation In credited to
Senator Uanni and tlio corrcupomlont
continues: With Hushed fnco nliil
clonohud list Hcnator Ilnnna delivored
this ttltltnatuiu to tlio Itopuhllcana Who
vrero dlicuwlng with llltii the advlsabll
Ity o( tlio Prosldonts recommendation of
tlio revision of some alleged ovtr protect
oil schedules of tlio Ulgloy law. Thli
vran tlio spirit In which Hcnator Ilnnna
entered tlio conferonco at Bagatnon Hill
Benntara Aldrlch was Inclined to aldo
with him. Senators Allison and Spoon
cr taku nil oppnrlto vlow, or that aomo
high tatea In tlio Dlgloy act could ho ro
If Hcnator Ilnnna uttered tlio words
which ho ia credited with, (thuy soucd
very much llko lilin,) It in chub that he
and thu Ultra I'rotectioniilado not In
tend there ahull Ihi any tariff rovition.
On tho other hand, thoso who claim to
favor tho rorUion, nnd others, who do
uot favor the ruvlslon, aro luke warm,
and will not go to tho unds 6f revision
that opKniuita of rovlalon will approvo
TItU fplriC won manifust when tie
eeuatora were called together before con
gre adjourned nnd dampened tho ardor
of thoso who would llko to aut some
Dcs Moines, Sept. 17 Bpeakor Hen
derson who was nominated by tho Re
publicans of tho Fourth District has de
clined to run nnd positively refuses to
rccoutlder his withdrawal from tho con
In answer to n rrqucnt wlind him by
Hon. Lnfo Young and H. W. Kathhuu,
thla morning ho lay's : "My decision Is
llual. I cannot acquiesce in tho admin
Jetratlon'a freo trade poison to euro tho
trust uvll, which I abhor."
Ghnrhid K. PnrKutt, Into Grand Ex
nltod Huler of Elks will probably get thu
noniiniitlon (or congress to auccoed
Speaker Hondoreon, in caeo tho latter
aJhces to, hi a withdrawal.
A promineul Republican friend says
that uuluBB Hondoreon hnd pledged his
constltuontn In hla own district to carry
out tho tariff reform Idea, ho could not
bo elected ovor lloloi, tho Democratic
candidate, and unlets ho. pledged hlin
rolf to high protective tariff intercata in
tho East that ho would rofario from tar
iff reform, ho could not bo re-elected
Tho reform wing of tho party choonea
to stand by tho previously announced
principles of tariff roforru.
Dubuquo, 8opt. 17 Tho Republican
congressional committee meots tomor
row and will determine upon Its course
In naming a successor to Henderson's
Henderson ia Hooded with telegrams
President Roosevelt and Benator Alli
son sent one from Oyster Ray deploring
Hondoreon'a action and saying it would
damagotho party and precipitate tariff
agitation, menacing national prosperity.
Similar tolegrams wore sent by Hanna,
Lodgo, Fairbanks and 8pooner. Hen
derson bo far lino answered none,
Washington," Sopt. 17 Political load
ers hero bellovo that Burton, of Ohio,
chairman of iho Rivors and Harbors
commltteo may uueoced Henderann In
thu speakership Hepburn of Iowa, la
nlso a strong fighting factor. Tliero ia
no other toplo uudur discussion, Tho
jMmocrota aro Jubilant and bellovo tho
taction of Roioa to Henderson's Beat In
ci ngroes la nssurcd,
Thoro wns a great scramble for tho
llttlo daily tho past two days. Tho Bamo
complaint was mado by noarly all "some
ono swiped my Mail," For tho Lord's
eal:o l( .you want to ewlpo eomothlng
Bwlpo a,.nlckol and comu up End buy the
llic Daily Coast Mali.
Special to the Mall.
.North Sidney, N. S Sept. 18 Tho
Windward arrived from the north this
morning with Lieut. Peary and Dr. Dle
drlcks on board roturnlng from their at
tempt to reach tho north pole.
Peary aaya although tho pole was not
reached ho has mado important scien
''Thn last dash to the polo wat very
successful." said Lieut. Peary. "I was
much farther north than latitude 80:27,
my previous record.
"All the partv aro in excellent health
except Mrs. Poary, who has been ill a
fortnight but la now recovering."
Fayottovlllo, W. Va.t Bopt. IB Im
meriiio coal bins adjoining tho buildings
of tho Victoria Coko and Coal Co. at
Oapcrtown wore desttoyed by fire this
It Is supposed to havoboen incendiary
work n( tils strikers. C'ara with lighted
coal oil wero released on the aerial tram
way across tho river, which dashed into
tho bins. Tho llarnos nprcaJ rapidly,
tlio flro protection being Inndoquato.
A sheriffs poso ia endeavoring to ar
rost tho perpetrators. Tho inlno owners
aro Now York capitalists,
Mahonoy City, Fopt. 18 An army of
strikers plckota aaaoinhlcd this morning,
dotormlnnd to provent non-union men
from reporting at tho collieries. Troops
wero hurriod forward by special trains
from Shenandoah and frustrated the
strikers plans, enabling tho North Ma
honey watherios to contlnuo work.
Tillamook, Or.. Bopt. 18 A great tim
ber flro In railing on Wilson river nine
miles from Tillamook. Thoro la n pos
sibility that Tillamook may again be
placed in danger should tho wind coft
tlnno as at prooont. y
Already tlio loss ban reached $1 COO,
000 and unless ttio flro bo slop.cd by
means of .backfires, It may aggrcgato
Men aro dlspatchod to tho scene of tho
flro to fight tho flames. Good wages aro
Portland, Sept. 10 Tho Oregon ond
Washington fires aro subsiding and tho
pall of smokn is disappearing.
Full details aro dlfllcult to obtain, as
portions of tho ravaged districts aro still
unapproachable, but every now report
brings furthor tnlos of horror. A toa
of 43 bodies has boon recovered in Lowil
Valley, which is a blackened waste,
atrown .with tho corpses of human be
ings and cattlo. Portland is subscribing
liberally to tho relief fund.
Reports conio from tho Bantiam coun
try that Area in tho forest thoro aro still
raging, and nothing will Btop tho de
struction of timber but, rain. Milllonr
upon nillllons of feet of valuable tlmbo
has boon destroyed. The fire is travel
ing under favorable clrcutnstanaes about
a mile an hour. The timber destroyed
is supposed to be tho property of tho
Northorn Pacific Company and tho Caa
cado military road.
A LONDON INVENTOR
ECLIPSES SANTOS ' DUMONT
Special to the Mail.
London, Bopt. 10 Aeronaut Spencor
mado a trial ttlp of a flying machine of
his own invention this aftornoon, Ho
eullod complotoly around tho St. Paul
cathedral, and appoarod to havo perfect
control of tho machine,
Ho made the trip to the Crystal Palaco
In 25 minutes, a dletanco of eoveu miles.
It was proposed that tho trip bo kept
n seorot, and tho news first bocamo
known when tho people in tho etroeta
discovered the ship ualling through in
tricate evolution high in tho air.
Bponcor'a performance apparently
collpsc8 Santos Dumout'u.
Sdacate root Bowels WJt Cumtm.
i Candy OatliaVtlo. cuto conllptloa tororst
WOMAN AN) CHILMlEfij
NAKRQyffi ESCAPE DEATH
Special to the M'jrijg
Mahoney City. W. 1-At midnight
tho strikers dynawsgud the honre of
Richard Parfitt wh wMabent at work.
Mxa. Parflltt and iWhi children were
In tho house asleep'fNb one was seri
ously hurt, althotigkfhe house was near
ly demolished. 'M
A largo majority ! the strikers de
plore the act and j'(iMmd the punish
ment of the critnlBWls.t
Wllkwbarro, Pa,. Sept. 10 At thrco
o'clock this morning A large dam on Bal
mon crook which supidlea water to Mof
fetts washory and collkry was wrecked
and the creek dralad, Tils compels
tho washery to shut (town.
At seven this mornisg, I'eter Rcmlska
a striker announced hk decision to re
nun to work, and wai shot by picket
John Savage. Great unrest prevails
among the strikers today.
AtPOINT OF DEATH
Special to the Mall.
L'ugcne, Or,, Sept. 19 Tho many
friends of Kx-tfovernor John WhltUkcr
aro urlevcd to Irani that his condition is
no tetter. On the contrary, ho ia gradu
ally succumbing to attacks of paralybli,
which keeps bis almost continually in a
This morning ho went Into a stupor
from which it was very difficult to a route
him. ills entire right slno is paralyzed
and tho end is not far off, yet ho may
llvofcvoraldays. HiaeoBdition is crit
ical, as he Is 82 years old.
ON C0QU1LLE BAR
Parties coming from tho Coqulllo yee-
isniay report mat tne entranco to uio
river has been giving much troublo in
tho past week. Jt seema that a shoal
formed across tho channel inside tho bar,
and a Handon buslueaa man (s authority
for tho statement that a man could wade
ncro'n without going over hla brad. Tho
Mandalay, when alio camo in tlio firat of
this woek, struck on this shoal, not no
ticing that tho Life Baving danger signal
was up, and narrowly escaped eeriona
disaster. Tho steamer discharged hor
freight and up to Thursday night had
taken on no cargo, tho captain declaring
hla intention of going out empty and
goint; to Oroscent city for a load.
At lasl reports tho shoal hnd cut out
to nine foot, and It will undoubtedly
soon attain, its normal depth, It
ia very unfortunate that such things
Bhould happen at tho mouth of tho riv
or, as they aro blows at the commorco
of that thriving section. The Coqulllo
people can console themselves with the
reflection that theirs is not the only bar
which givoa trouble, as even tho Port
land papoia are forced to. publish the
fact that tho mouth of tne Columbia
now has only 20 feet of water at extrome
lilgii two, constuerauiy less than tho
Uoos uay bar can snow at ucad low wa
COOS BAY PRODUCT
WINNING MORE HONORS
Capt. narris, proprietor of tho Snm-
uor unesao laciory is in receipt ot tho
following communication from Ueo. Ross,
of Catching Blough, wholsattouding tho
Salem, Or, Toes. Sept. 10, 1002.
Capt. Harris, Sumner.
Dear Sir. Hurrah for Sumner and
Catching Slough, Your oheeso got 1st
and Mr, Blackmore'a 2nd. Thoiibbona
woro pinnod on about 2 o'clock today,and
I paid ''Hurrah 1" Thoso two aro tho
only exhibits I havo seen from Coos Co.
and thoy both Imvo ribbons, If wo had
only fiont a eamplo of all our Coos Co,
products wo would probably havo carried
away all tlio Blue and Red ribbon lu
This speaks well for a Cooa Ray pro
product, and for Cooa Ray oheeso innkora.
It is to bo regretted that Coos Hay buttor
was not in ovldenco at the fair, as well
as otbor oxblbita from thla eoction.
Speaking of cheeeo, Captain Harris
haa.'just received, a letter .from, a San
Fiaiiclscd coatoiealori houw to Whohi.be
soul a tow cheers in response to their
reqnest. The firm writes : "Received
from yon two casea ot cheese, which we
must say lathe finest we ever had f n our
store." They want more of it and as
sure the top price.
The Bandon Match factory is turning
out from to CO cases of matches a day.
They are packed, as usual, In 0 gallon
cans. Tho cans are shipped below In
caeca manufactured on the premises,
and (he caeca aro then eo'd to the
Standard Oil Co. Bandon is fortunate
in having entorprlaliig bnsines men,
who tnrn every possible trick to the
advantage of Bandon,
Something absolutely new
and with which we have
experimented for years.
One bean makes o.ie glnsa
Artificial Whiskey (Rye or
Uonrbon); six Bombs to the
pint. Just tho thing for
travelers, and convenient
for picnics, excursions, etc.
Contains all thu virtue of
the best whibkios without
tho deleterious effect. Mado
from tho pure vegetable
matter, and Guaranteed to
contain no polsonons or nar
coticdruca of any description
If a beverago is not desir
ed, a bean may bo taken in
the mouth without water,
and tho mostfixiletating ef
fect willjbe experienced.
Box of 12 Beans 60c.
The Reana retail at 10e
each, aad m be procared
from aiy druggesr, fancy
grocor or first-claw bar. 'For
salo on dining cars. One box
rent post paid on receipt ol
Ginseng Distilling Co.
Rvoand Bourbon Whiskies.
, LOUIS, : : : MO.
Coming events cast th em
This may seem a queer time to discus? '
Winter Clothes but wc want to take o'ur
friends into our confidence and 'tell .them
something of "What is to be " ' ,J
Ttoe great Kirachbaum Tailor Shops, of Philadelphia, theiF 0Hia n,
tho famous Klrechbaum Hand made clothes, are maki vA
uuu oriuviAu uiiutiii a isne ot suits ana Overcoatsjthat
uu eimpiy imtsisiHuiu io mo man wuo wouia pay less f'jul
and trimmed in a way never before attempted, exce'pt bv tilt
high pricod merchant tailors. Neither have we sllghtod 0ar nih
er lluea and In UaTS, BIIOE8, and FURNI8HING fJOODfi I w
uuiiu. luu nui bvu iiuru iuh moe. hxciuhivh lanricH. ct ...
uaiuiu.uuvwiiiivag turn nll
Wc want your trade this fall and will
make every legitimate effort to tlj'at end
j HIM !
ft. H. Walter, D. D. S.
DENTAL SURGEON AND MECHAN
Office Nasbnrg flldg. A. St., Phone. 24
MAR8UFIELD, : : OREGON.
A. Q-. Gross, M. D.
PHY8fCrAN AND SURGEON.
Office, Naaburg Bnlldlog. Phone 423
MAR8HFIEL. : OREGON
E. E. Straw, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention to dteeaiw! ot the Eye
Ear, Noso i.nd Throat. Glasses fitted.
Office in Sengstackcn & Smith
W, IT. Douglas,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND U. Be
Front street, MarriifitW, Oregon.
J. W. Bennett,
ATTORNEY AUD COUNSF.LOR ATLV
John F. Hall,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Kldorado block, Froat street.
B. St., MARSHFIELD, ORE
O. F. McKnfght. y
ATTORNEY AT JJAW f
Office in the Bcuue4 & Walter
LAKE & CIOS Iki TlANSTORff ATHi
Tti-Weekly trips balweefl IUke r
Jf rvls I-andlBsr. ConnectlBR t vilh stf
launch New Era Bnd the be utiful '
Leavlcir Laxe, Mondays, Wednr
and Fridca. Leaving Jar via Tuer
Thursday K'd Saturday. Farefl
The steam Uunch New'Era iaSu
tial, comfortaL'o and wrdl fitter
ready lor nire to excuraJ on parti
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