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Coquille City Herald Coquille, OR.
Dec. 4, 1894 missing
Sailor's fish story Rbc 2 CCH E Dec 11 1894
[M. "Fish story” printed as gospel. Only explains on another page tt it fiction.
Tells of men washed overboard at sea. Boat while looking for them sighted:
whale, sea serpent, or a boat. A balloon shark, vy large shark rarely seen N. of
60 th degree of S. latitude. Fast swimmers; use chamber as storehouse for
food and air. Boat captured it out in open, got 400 gal blood. Opening balloon,
"we beheld to our great astonishment the carpenter and his son w/grindstone
rigged up and sharpening ax to cut their way out." [of the fish].] [full item in
Other coal condit-attitude OC&N Srh Tot Rbc2 CCH E December 11, 1894
West Oregonian. Considerable dissatisfaction among our businessmen as to
treatment by Goodall Perkins Co on thru freight between this place and S.F.
Messrs Goodall and Perkins entered into contract to ship goods fm S.F. to MP
at $4.00 /ton. They still claim the contract, but somehow, when the goods
arrive, our merchants have to pay $ o $15 a ton.
Literary Owen-Manning Rbc 2 CCH E Dec 11, 1894
Sailor's fish story
"Sailor’s story" is quite readable in view of fact tt C. B. Owen is held for
crime in our co. jail for next term circuit court and widely known for escaping
and being rearrested. +
+++Tot-Riverton [??} P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
Riverton Etchings. rain, hail, snow ./ ducks plentiful / The bunker at this
place is filled with coal ready for the Bandorille. The quality of the coal is
improving as the mine developes ]sic]. A number of men are continually
employed at the mine. [cp] / [several names given fm] Riverton; Price
Bros, J E Martin in Russell Panter bldg,, O A Kelley, others / The people of
Riverton and vicinity will, hereafter, call for their mail in the new postoffice
room, in the new residence of Judge Kelly. + / John McLeod / Dr Kelly
/ Duncan Urquhart / William Tennisson, of Beaver slough, has rented for
this winter the building previously occupied by O.A. Kelly. + / It has been
conceded, by all interested, that the lyceum at this place is and has been, ever
since its organization, a grand success. Each night a full house has been in
attendance. At the last election J.F. Lee was chosen president and Miss Sara
Lee secretary. The subject for the next debate is,"Which is the more
beneficial, horses or cattle?" The lyceum meets Tuesday of eacn week. + /
There will be a Christmas tree and a grand literary entertainment at the
schoolhouse Christmas eve. Everybody come and bring your best girl. , BUSY
[M. same as above, dissolved.]
Tot climate P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894- Riverton Etchings. rain, hail, snow .
Tot Animal pursuit-hunting P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894- Riverton Etchings
Tot Other coal Srh condit P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894. Riverton Etchings.
...The bunker at this place is filled with coal ready for the Bandorille. The
quality of the coal is improving as the mine developes. [sic], A number of
men are continually employed at the mine. [cp]
Tot -Riverton names health-indir P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
Riverton Etchings [several names given fm] Riverton; Price Bros, J E Martin in
Russell Panter bldg,, O A Kelley , others / John McLeod / Duncan Urquhart
Tot -Riverton health-indir mail P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
Riverton Etchings. ... The people of Riverton and vicinity will, hereafter, call
for their mail in the new postoffice room, in the new residence of Judge Kelly. +
Tot-multi health-indir P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
Riverton Etchings. .. William Tennisson, of Beaver slough, has rented for this winter
the building previously occupied by O.A. Kelly. +
Entertain school Tot-Riverton P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
Riverton Etchings. ...It has been conceded, by all interested, that the lyceum
at this place is and has been, ever since its organization, a grand success. Each
night a full house has been in attendance. At the last election J.F. Lee was
chosen president and Miss Sara Lee secretary. The subject for the next debate
is,"Which is the more beneficial, horses or cattle?" The lyceum meets
Tuesday of each week. +
Tot-Riverton Xmas entertain school P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
Riverton Etchings. ...There will be a Christmas tree and a grand literary
entertainment at the schoolhouse Christmas eve. Everybody come and bring
your best girl. , BUSY BEE.
crop enterprise? Outside-town P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894 flax industry at Scio [Or.].
disaster Srh P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
Coast Mail: the Lucas still lying off spit at mouth of bar.
Srh Elijah Sjith names P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
arr by Arago, Elijah Smith, Rev Esbgorn, Judge Dyer; arr Arcata, [several].
Novelty-wood RR-spur rock disaster P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
Coast Mail: Some piling on the coal trestle at the railroad gave way on
Monday under a load of rocks, and some dirt cars were thrown on the marsh
and the locomotive was derailed. But little damage was suffered and repairs
were soon made. + [cp]
Entertain Xmas misc-saying P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
The masquerade ball Christmas night is all the talk. +
Church P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
Rev Mr Thornton. / ME SS program / Rev OG Quimby.
Entertain Xmas school Tot P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
people Libby Xmas tree schoolhouse eve 24th
Names P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
Blumenrother / Millie Disher Jonathon Quick / G R Wickham /
Tot-name P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894 J P Stemler, Dora.
Name wagon animal harness P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
AG Aiken selling span of good mares, wagons, harness.
Music Tot-Coq Xmas entertain misc-word fishpond misc-saying
P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
The Christmas eve entertainment and "f'ishpond", to be conducted by the
band, is for all and free. It is expected to furnish presents for every child, to
which end the band solicits contributions. Parents and friends having presents
to be distributed, are requested to deliver them at Masonic hall on Monday,
24th inst., to the committee, and give necessary instructions. +
Pioneer reunion Xmas character? P-23 CCH Dec 11, 1894
Judge Schroeder will celebrate Christmas eve with a family reunion, which
will number about seventy persons in all, including those added by marriage.
Grandpa and Grandma Schroeder will be the central figures of the joyous
occasion, and undoubtedly it will be a happy meeting to all as it will rank
among the very rare family reunions of anything like so large a number of
persons in this section of Oregon. These pioneers in this valley and coast
country hold the esteem and respect of all, and congratulations of many will
attend them on this festive reunion. +
climate Lhc P-24 CCH random Dec 11, 1894 .
[Sub head ] A severe Wind Storm [centered]
Visited this section a little after midnight Saturday night – the worst for many
a day. It broke in on us at that silent hour and poured forth almost ceaselessly
for three hours, and then it came at intervals of quarter or half an hour,
varying in fury, throughout Sunday.
At this place much uneasiness was felt, the houses generally shaking in such
a manner as to cause fear, either to and for the occupants themselves, or for
neighbors and friends. The damage resulting, however, was most agreeably
light. One old unoccupied house at the foot of Henry street, known as the
Armfield house, was lifted from its pins and broken somewhat. Asaph
Alexson had about 300 bushels of potatoes stored in the building the weight of
which undoubtedly evaded further damage.
The Provit Dean house, occupied temporarily by Robert Dean’s family,
shook fearfully and kept all awake and in dread. A window blew in and no
lights or fire could be used, which added to the unrest of the family. The
house stood the storm, however.
One or two families sought shelter in their woodsheds.
Benham’s woodshed, and outbuildings in other parts of town were wrecked.
Lyons’ mill suffered to the extend of some of the roof blowing off and the
breaking of a guy-rod on the smoke stack.
The road between this city and Myrtle Point was blockaded with fallen trees.
At Norway Will McCloskey’s house was badly damaged, but the family
escaped. The schoolhouse will probably have to be rebuilt.
The wind seems to have played most havoc at Myrtle Point. Steve Reed’s
house and barn were both wrecked. The Methodist church was lifted off its
foundation and much injured, while other slight damage was visited all around
On the lower river the storm raged fearfully, but not much damage is
reported. At Bandon Perkins’ barn was damaged; one of the public water-
tank [no s in print] was blown in; Sam McAdams’ new blacksmith shop was
turned “end for end;” the chimney at the new schoolhouse and scaffolding
were blown down. The surf broke high over Table rock and for two or three
miles up the river could be seen dashing above the sand hills. The shed at the
old Von Pegert cannery was demolished.
The county roads, and in fact all the roads are blockaded by fallen trees, and
in some exposed places, where the roots failed to yield, great trees were
twisted off and leveled to the ground.
A large tree was blown down at Beaver Hill mines, falling across a shed and
destroying it and close to a horse which escaped injury. T.A. King’s barn on
the isthmus [sic] was blown down, killing two yearlings, while other stock
All in all, this was the worst storm we personally have experienced on the
[M. Handwritten note says the rest of items not copied from tt issue.]
Gage county character? P-24 CCH random Dec 25, 1894. Sheriff W. W.
Gage passed over to the bay last Wednesday, returning Thursday. Sheriff
Gage is making a superb officer and winning friends. +
County seat issue P-24 CCH Dec 25, 1894 county seat, many now favor Coq
City nq [see also Feb 12, 1895.]
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