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J Ji.JSr LOOA. Xj
From Frlday'a Dally.
The Areata tailed from San Francisco
At 4 p m today.
W. E. Crane. Jhe
was in town (today.
Tho Cmio.v rails from San Francisco
Sunday morning. .
Mra. C. W. Tower is building a now
cottage near Broadway.
A now alga now adorns- tbo front
Hagelttein's blacksmith shop.
Mra. E. A. Sleep ol Sooth Marshfleld
fg -visiting with her son at Llbby.
E. K. Sheldon hasTcntod the S. J.
Sleep residence in South Marshfield.
J. B. Clinkeabeard has commenced
the construction of a cottago at North
The Chamberlin Democratic Club
will meet this cvcnlnc in the Firemen's
Rutty Mtko'a Piary March 18, 1901
Evui fast exprets trains don't keep a
goln aft-r tho steam fa shut off neither
decs your business after tho advertising
V troubled with weak digestion,
belching or eour ttpmach, us Chambr
liia'a Stomach .and Liver tablets and
you will pet quick relief. For eaio by
W. II. Schrcedcr'e ton of Arago had
tho misfortune to break one of bis legs
whilo at play yesterday on tho school
grounds. The limb was broken between
the knee and anklo.
Insinuations against R. J). Humo'a
'intergrity" come wlti poor prace from
a person for whom the penitentiary
doors are yawniag.nntil they are threat
ened with the lockjaw.
Prof. J. C. Logan ol Bandon camo to
town to attend the anniversary of the
MarshQeld Encampment I. 0. 0. F. He
seemed astounded t the great improve
ments made here since his previous
The government is replacing tho old
beacon light on tho hill abovo towo
which was burned down tome time ago,
Alton Sengetackeu baa the ccntract,
and the new light will soon be shining.
Two gentlemen from tho East arrived
at North Bend this' week and will build
a largo store for furniture. The lumber
has been ordered and work will com
menco at once.
In regard to the rumor circulated
about thhj vicinity, iu which it war
claimed that the Examiner offered a
trip to the St. Louis Fair to any person
poseeesing an 1801 dollar, a letter hat
been received by Dwigbt 0. Wolcott. In
which the Examiner declares the report
to be entirely without foundation, no
such offer having ever been made.
, T'. rofoft In etwent ! that tho
s cam tchooror KlisAbeth tailed yeslfcr-
terday from Bandm fctttout her regu
lar tWiplncei4. -The engineer went to
San Fandtco overland.
Will Post 8ulteifi$
Rabs'it Mattden lias inailo. annngo
mentj nltli tho Coast Mam.' to bo fW-
nlthcd bulletins of I ho press dispatcher,
as they coiw in. Tiet5yi)ttu posted
in Mr. Marsdec'a -'place of-'bustattt,
wacro eny ouc looking for war newo can
now find tho 'atctt
Best Remedy for Constlpntln
'The fine l remedy for constipation I
over uh1 is Chamberlain's Stomach end
t.lvcr TnblotR", rays Mr. Kit Butler, of
Frankville, N. Y. "They act gtfntly
and without any unpleasant effect, and
leave the boweln in a perfectly natural
con 'ithu. Sold by John Preues
. Work Begun
The piledriver is on tho ground and
piles will bo driven immediately for tho
milk condenrary which is to bo con
tttneted at North Beud, Wo aro in
formed that tho work will be done with
all pots'blo spctd and that tho promot
ers expect to bo taking milk soma timo
Ralston Acme Health Eood
Mr. Bradley, representative for the
rcsowscd Ralston Acmo Health Fooda
wijl'aoon bo ready to open in tho Gow
Why store, that placo is now being
fitted for this lino of goods. Thia cele
brated food will bo fully introduced in
Coos and Curry counties.
A foil lino of thoec pools will arrivo
In MarshGeld on the first Alliance which
Falls" from Portland in April. Ask your
grocer about it.
A real naughty exchange tells the fol
lowing story, which ought never to hr.ve
appeared in print: A man built a new
homo of which ho was vory proud.
Among other contrivances bo could pull
a lover unu a uam luu ruuiii tumu ,
into his room. Ona day he was show
jng a Jot o! men his new bouta and took
them into Ins bedroom, where ho ex
plained tho patent bath tub: "I will
sbow you how it works," ho said.
Teaching tho lever the.tub catuo rail
leg into the room, and his wife was in it.
Tho Comity Coroner was summoned
today to tho home of Wm. Tamer, at
Ferndale to investigate tho death of
tboir 8 montbB old child.
The verdic: of the jnry was "acciden
The family retired last evening alout
0 o'clock, the child slept on tho outer
edge of the bed. All slept sound and
well until 1 o'clock this morning when
the mother awoke. The child was lying
on her arm and ceemed heavy and cold.
The mother BhookJt tip and could not
awaken it, Tho shock to tho mother
and father was a severe one and they
have the entiro sympathy of tho com.
munity where they live. The fanoral will
take place tomorrow.
Compiling A Cook Book
The A. N. W. club met at tbo home
olMre. F. X. Hofor Thursday after
noon. Tho clnb heard eevornl commit
too reports on variouu proposit'ono.
As a land producor for tho club, tho
ladies have decided to publish a prac
tical cook book and will proceed to ac
cumulate practical receipts. Tbo book
will bo handsomely bound in a durable
The ladies fully realize that thoy must
accumulate a email fund for an emer
gency to do eomo clvio improvement,
enabling them to act when the iron io
hot..' Tho book will contain only tried
and true recelps, which will makti tho
bcok a valuable ono and worth ten
times the price thoy will ask for it.
This club is composed of determined
ladies who can competently carry oat any
undertaking they tackle, and when you
are buying one of these cook books you
ran rest assured that tbo money will bo
, vAnvalmost infallible remedy for
IiaJojown and usd the world over for almost a century
put to aomjt'ood'N and not eqiiaNder
pK You may he , taking ll from your
right hand pocket and putting it into
your left, Sticcera to Urn A N,
SUNSET ENCAMPMENT 'OBSERTES
Fourth Anniversary of Encampment
No 43, Marshfleld
Sunset Encampment jNo. 4U colobrat
ed tho 4th anniversary of tho estab
lishment In Marshfleld, on ThuToJay
evening, when tho motnirars of the
lodge nud tholr wives euiyed it Quo
literary program, with good numbar
too numerous to mention, One ol tl o
finest of nil waa a cako walk by Ned
Anderson nad Isidnro T.indo, Tho two
prcformera went through nil of tho uvo
lutlons in a masterly manner. Their
familiarity willrtho various Hiiln-IIula-Can-rannito
atens Gtirpried tho guoats
not a little. Alter tho cako walk then
camotocial games of all kinds, At 11
o'clock they all went to ,tho banquet
rooms at tho Broiler whero they wero
served with tho following menu:
Toko Folnts. on halt shell
Native Clam, n 1a eromo
Boiled Chinook Salmon, Hollandaleo
Chicken Friensso, Chart into
Crab Salad, en mayonaise
Prime Bib of Beef, au Jus
Asparagua, Drawn Batter
Plum Padding Hard and Brandy Sauco
Astorted Nuts and Raisins
Cream Uhecjo mid Crackers
tVeinhardt Beer Tnm Water
Tho tlmo will lo remembered as a
joyous occasion for 8nnsot Encampment
Thia organization of higher branch of
Oddfollowshlp is growing rapidly in
Marshfleld and it is now ouo of the
strongest tents in tho state.
Proper Treatment of Pnou
monla Pneumonia is too dangorone a disccse
for anyono to doctor himself, although
he may havo tho proper remedies at
hand, A phyrcinn thould always bo
called. It thould bo borno in mind,
however, that pueumonia always results
from n cold or from nn attack of the grip
nnd that by giving Chain berlain'a Cough
Remedy tho threatened attack may bo
warded off. Tiiia remedy is aleo need
by physicians in tho treatment of pneu
monia with tho best results. Dr. W. J,
Smith, of Sanders. Ala., who ie aleo a
dregsist, says of it: "I have been sell
log Cbamberlaln'd Cough Remedy and
prrscribing it in my practice for thb
past eix years. I use it in cases of pneu
monia and havo always gotten tho best
results." Sold by John Proust.
NO GRADING OUTFIT
A telegram from the Mail to Jndgo
LyonB, of Drain atking about tiie grad
ing outfita reported to bo at Drain
brought tho following reply this after
noon : ' No grading outfits horc."
From Saturday's Dally.
Robert Wade of Gardiner is in town
C. F. McKnlghtwent
morning on business.
to Coquillo this
Joe Hodeon, ot Coos River, was
business in town today.
B. F. Savage of North elough was in
town on busincce today.
The fishermen aro catching Bome good
hauls of herring tiiia week.
Mrs. 3. A. Yonkam waa down from
her Cooa river farm today.
The Marshfleld Brasa.Band is up and
'coming. Tho boys are enthusiastic and
nro practicing hard. A big ordor of
mu6lc lias been placed with aa Eastern
Music House and is due now ; the Marsh
field peoplo are not slow and can have
a little band of about 10 plcvetrtbat will
be a credit to tho town and mako such
tramps as Souta's Band blush into for
diseases of the Throat Vnd
Tllu Alllnhco will out anV ftau lfra
cIco this trip, turning Iwok from
Eureka. She will aall from im totlny
ami will lcavu Marshflcltl (of Portland
WANTUU- KAITHKUf. PERSON
TOfritAVKIifor well rt.thllrhed houso
In a (on counties, railing qii retail muroh
am and nisents. Local territory, 8al
atySOOO ner week with exnentea ad-
ditlouHh, nil payable in cash onh week,
Money, lor oxiumo advanced. Position
l ermnubnt. BtibinOia successful and
rushing, Standard House, SIW Dearborn
BtrOhlcago. 112 t20t
Democratic Club Meeting
tho Chumbfr'niir Damocrntto Club
met last oviulng and uvolwd plans nnd
ways nnd monni for campalgu work.
Tho club is a lively ono nnd growing.
Tho next meeting will bo Friday, March
It fccins that tho prospect of n bate
ball leaguo is likely to fall through, from
tho fact that outside profoialoual play
ora aro inclined to hold out tor exorbit
While Marshtlold basnball onthutinsls
aro willing to put up llborally, they do
not caro to ho held up, out of all roaeon,
The young man referred to in tho
Itom from Bay City a few days ago,
wishes it understood that ho does not
put physical culture up against religion.
He thinks that If tho Mitta Informant
would honestly iuvestigato cither one,
he would Iw bettor off.
Tho testimony for physical culturo
was given nttyr tho regular services, nnd
on tho preacher' invitation to any ono
who had anything to say for the general
good of humanity.
Mias Inez Thompson returned on the
Alliance from n tbrco months' visit with
friends and relatives in tho Willamette
valley and The Dalles.
Miss Thompson left lioro about tho
middle of Dcccmbor on routo to Poit
land for treatment of tier vocal organs,
having been doprivod of her speech for
nearly two ycara. After being ont on
tho water a boot six hours, her volcu was
suddenly and miraculously restored.
This lasted about two weeks, during
which timo nho visited Wm. Rich 'a
peoplo at Newborg, spondlng Christmas
thero. On tho .10th ol December her
volco again left her almost as suddenly
as it had roturliod so alio went to Dr J.
b. Dixon, ol Portland, who pronounced
her tronbles paralysis of tho vocal
chords. After flvo wcoks' treatment
with Dr. Dixon, she was again nblo to
talk, und the doctor pronounced hor
permanontlj enred, stating, however,
that tho would never be able to sing.
MITCHELL FORCES WIN
IN PORTLAMD PRIMARIES
Simon Has Less Than Tventy Dele
gates In Coming County
(Oregonian, Mar. 17) ,
Tho Republican primaries in Mult
nomah Connty yesterday resulted In an
overwhelming victory for tho Mitchell
forces. It was a tidal wavo. The do
feat of ex-Senator Simon and his fol
Iowora waa eo overwhelming that thoy
will be ablo to mako but a monger
ehowihg In tho Connty Convention next
Saturday. Out of n total of 120 dele
gates to tho convention tho Mitchell
faction regulars) will havo at least 110,
and Mr. Simon (independent) Jeas than
20. Comploto roturna had beon receiv
ed laat night from all tho 68 precincts in
tho Oi'y of Portland, and all but four of
the 26 conntry precincts of Columbia,
Kilgaver Roedora nnd Borthn, with n
total of four delegates, had not bcon
heard from last night.
THE FIREBUG MYSTERY
Further Developments Respecting
the Last Fire at Arago
Mr, W'clln, tho adjuster for tho Ger-man-Amorlc.an
FJro Insuranco Com
pany, camo to Coquillo City on January
1 20th laat ohd pot up at the Hotol Co-
f I. -ltl Tia.fMM .lt M, AMMtMt. M 4ll(l
quilll), J-fUUUK iud onwuuuu vm .
day ho went to his room; on the, floor
he found an anonymous letter, .which
advUtd bin that there was not oyer
$300 woYth of rnerchrtintleo lu, Wm. II,
Bchroeder'a store at tho tlinool the lira
on JAiiHAry 12th. Thn lottor had ollhnr
been ellpnwl under tho door or through
The next day ho went to Arago to
make tho adjustment. Ho returned to
Coqullte in tho afternoon, During his
nbseuro noma otto had entered Ilia room,
scattered tho contents of bin grip ovtr
thn floor, and stole that lottor,
It has aleo been learned front n re
liable source that name nno wrota to the
ient of ftnld Insuranco compnny In Han
FrnncUco, stating that tho 11 ro was un
doubtedly caused by hU btothor-lu-lnw
lo secure his portion of tho liiunrancc.
When Mr. Soliroodor began InihlnotH
again after Uu lois of his store nnd con
tnnto In January, 1002, ho borrowed
(500 from T. P. Uauly and secured him
WhU policy. People who nro Investi
gating tin mattur bolluvo that this Inst
letter must havo been wrlttan prior to
or during tho fire.
Thia afternoon is ouo of tho most blus
tering nnd dltngroeablo of the season,
Tho wind is umiBvally heavy hut no
damage had been reported' up to tho
timo of golug to progs, oxcopt tho break
ing of tho telegraph lino.
This occurred n fow inlnutoa after
12 o'clock, cutting oil our telegraphic
dispatches vory shortly alter they 'tar-
ted' We would ho more Inclined to
ensa the line if it had not been doing to
much bettor than was oxpoctcd lately.
Thiols tho first interruption of tho eor-
vico this month, and tho wlro will prob
ably bo repaired by Monday.
Tho Aicrt was obliged to put back to
Marihfiold after getting about hnlf way
across tho hay nnd wnltod nt tho dock
until tho wind abated.
Tho Coos Rivor and tho Catching
alough gasolines mado their way across
the bay all right.
Whon tho wind wao nt its strongest, n
gonuino waterspout was teen just bolow
tho mouth of the Coos river channel,
lifting the wnter -10 or CO foot into the
William Shaffer, n brakeman of
Dennlson Ohio, was confined to his bed
for suvoral weeks with inflammatory
rhuumntUm. "1 tieed ninny remedies."
ho cays. "Finally 1 sent to Mrt'iiw'a
djug storo for u bottlu of Chauibqrlaiu'a
t'nln Balm, at which timo I was uu-
nblo to use bnnd or foot, nnd in one
wcok'H time wuh nblo to work ns hamir
aaa clam." i'ortalo by Jno. Proust.
From Tuesday's Dally.
. L. Wirth was n business visitor
Dr. Htrango of Myrtlo Point was
town Satuiday on political buslnoie.
Tho brick for tho pita for tho furnaces
of tho now Masonlo Tcmplo nro being
Mrs. Rogers who lias been holdjng re
vival meetings in Aljugauy la meeting
John Yoakam has boon in Browstor
vrlley alter hogs and reached Myrtle
Point today with a drove,
Tom Holland has ordorod A now 30
horHpower engine for his now launch
which ho Is building in his shop.
Olaronco Watora, onoot tho MoKlnloy
loggora Is in town on badness. Ho vis
ited North Bend this afternoon,
t'ovoral thousand shingles took flight
from tho Beaver Hill coal bunker Satur
day nnd tho building had to bo braced
Mr, and Mra.; 0, II. Merchant will
leave Honolulu, on their return homo
on March 31st, nnd expect to bo hero
about tho last of April.
Laura Eecot who line bcon teaching
onJfithmus Slough will begin teaching
the Larnon echool on Haynoa slough in
tho near future.
Ieom Walker, of Langlols, tho cattlo
king of Gurry county, Iu in town on hue!
uceh supplying the meat markets here
with primo beef,
The steamer Alort hao ordered enough
now opera chairs to stmt tho cabin In
good stylo and thoy aro expectod to ar
rive on or about Juno 20th,
Bert Andorson and Richard Van.
blbor are now domiciled In tholr liotiHo
boot, ill Allegany Whom thoy ( will ho
"nt homo"' to ih'oir frloiiilswhe'n not 'in
tho logging camp, ,
Engineer) K, E, Cooper, wan In town
Saturday evening from tho R. R, nur
vey, The work la. nearly finished to the
Coqullln rlvor. The routot)ionce will
be down tho const,
" . i .I
Mrj, Fred Sanderson of Bandon waa'
tnkmi to Halom loday for treatment,
8hn wiiMCQompnnod by Bhorlf Gulllnr,
her hushmid nnd n deputy Mrs. Hand
oreou was adjbdgod Insane recently,
The now twin screw Inunuli recently
Innnchr-d by Win. Holland mado n
trial trip, Saturday, from tho forltti of
Coon River, landing here In -II) inluutcii,
Thuwholo dlntanco was mndo against
tho tldo nnd wind,
A Culling Scrape
On Hnunrday night n cutting sorapo
occurred nt Btiavor Illll which may ro
milt seriously to thn man who wasiilash
nd. Tho cutting grew out of some dltn
mnnt between Prank Htnndorldtto and
Henry Quick, tho former using a knifo
froolr. Mr, Staudorldge has dlroppoar
J, M, Gibson tho gentleman who has
boon pick nt thn hotel was taken to n
prlvato house Saturday nnd oporatcd on
for causer of tho bladder. Dr. Mlngua
assisted by Dr. McOormno porformed
tho operation successfully and tho old
gentleman ralllod from ths operation
nicoly. This cla of cancora are not
very numerous and tho operation Is rt
Alma Ready to Launch
George Terry Is now working on tho
Alma which is on tho ways at Rced'a
ship-yard. Ho Is rearranging hor ma
chinery. Sho will bo ready to launch in
two wcokn, whon sho will bo as good aa
Herman Edwards and Georgo Terry
nro tho two workmen who nro refitting
hor and feci proud of their good work.
(Now York Sun)
Tl i man ordered baked npplcs nnd
uitt.m. Tho Imbed apples wero nil
right, but tho man stared nt thu
"cream" a long tlmo before he began to
eat. Then ho murmured:
I novor saw n pnrplo cow:
I never hopo to tco ono,
Bat from tho cream wo'ro getting now,
I'm aura that thoro mutt bo ono.
Travel by Sea
Arrivals by Alliauco (roinKurokaMnr.
20: E E Ferry nnd wife, W Camphtdl,
M Wnrdon nnd wife, J 0 MoDonAld, U
Ilondrlckton nnd -I second class.
Departures north by steamer Alltanco
Y B.ano, G A Montel, J B Dyer, Mae
tor Dyor, 0 II Flltcroft, 0 Grieson, B
Corvaltla wife and .1 children, Thomas
Richards. G F Tandlnghnm, Marlon
Hnynes, J II Williams, Dr Day'olcnMin,
B Coleman, Rev Dingmnn, Fred Hand
erson and wife, S Galllernnd deputy,
North Bend Items
TJio nlenm schooner Signal, Bondogard
master, finished Jondlng at Fortor mill,
Saturday, and Bailed for San Frnncleco.
A small cottngo which was In frnrno
wns blown to the ground during tho rbIo
Tho shed just north of tho Snsh nnd
Door factoryjwas blown down Saturday
Ground has been broken on tho foun
dation for W, P. Murphy' now hard
ware store, and tho work is progressing
no rapidly us possible.
Earnest "Wllliok now 1ms on tap at
his North Bond uuloon tho eelobrated
North Pacific Lager nnd Olympln bot
Tiie schooner Omega (InlolioJ londlng
hor cargo at North Bond, Saturday, and
Bailed for Han Francisco in tho after
noon. Thu Rcbopnur took out 703,000 ft.
of lumhor and will roturn immediately
to load to hor fallout capacity for hor
trip to Now South Wales. RobortSlmp
boii (.hipped on her for tho benefit of his
W. P. Murphy has contracted tp,d,oii
largo nmotint of plumbing work (it
North Band, IIo now ims four men-ut
work who nro ruuhlug tho work us fast
BupcriiiloiidontCbljjauvns hero 'Bat
urdaj making uomo water connections.
Tho wiul blow down ono of tho
amokoatacko on L. J. Slmpton'd mill,
Tho danco given Saturday night by
the young people of North Bend was