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Coquille City Herald          Coquille, OR
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NOVEMBER 1894

Nov 6

Condit  RR  govt   (loose3) CCH C Nov 6, 1894. 
[may be dupl copy]  [article fm] Examiner. Advocating govt ownership RR.  [cp]

Hermann  fruit  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894   W Hermann, West Oregonian, apple prices. 

Other-mining  locale  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894  
Kellogg separator(mining??)   /      Kerbyville, Chetco mines. 

Tot-names P-18 CCH Nov  6, 1894
Geo Dyer, W H Averill, SC Barrows [Bandon]   /   MM Gallier, Bandon /    
MM H. Root, Norway.   /.   /MM JS Lawrence. [Coq]     /   John Walstrom,
Parkersburg. 

Health name P-18 CCH Nov  6, 1894   Dr. Stockman, recovery. 

Name  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894   W H Waddington.  /    Pannenberg

Kanematz   P-18  CCH Nov 6, 1894  Prof Kanematz.  [cp] 

Srh P-18 CCH Nov  6, 1894    breakwater at river mouth. 

Food Tot-Coq  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894  candy makers in Coq

Crime P-18 CCH Nov  6, 1894   [nothing new on MP express office robbery]

Crime Gage county  saying? P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894 
Sheriff Gage and Special Deputy T.A. Walker returned last Saturday from
their business trip to Salem. On coming via Roseburg they took charge of C. J.
Owen, the jail-breaker, whose capture at Sacramento we mentioned last week.
Sheriff Gage delivered him at Hotel de Gage in the proper shape.  +  [cp]

Tot-Coq  name  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894  Postmaster Harlocker. 

Srh  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894  schr Danielson /  stmr Bandorille  

Tot-Bandon blacksmith  disaster  fruit  P-18  CCH Nov 6, 1894
Gallier blacksmith shop Bandon, fire, bldg saved.  also W.Gallier, apples.

Dairy  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894  Coq creamery. 

Other-mining  beach  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894
Mrs. A Johnson, found valuable ruby on beach. [M. note evid. means natural,
not a cut ring, as it says can find more than agates.]

Name  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894  Harry Baldwin    /     Lillie Dunham.   /     
Flora Quick.   /     Mrs Messer     / Wm Fox.

Fish  Tot  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894    Empire cannery.

Coal BH  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894    coal BH  [M. I think I have this. ]

Srh name  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894  Capt Bob Dunham, dgtr Ray.

Srh  name  P-18 CCH Nov 6,1894  
Dunham-Magee, Alice Blanchard and Weott, shipp. 

Mill Tot-Coq  health P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894   Lyons mill accid.

Music food  Tot-Coq  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894 
musician and candymaker H A Jones.
 
Name   Gen Siglin. Srh-indir?    P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894    Gen. Siglin   [M
2005.  Or is this the ship?]    /    Levi Smith   /    Minard  

Judge  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894    Judge Fullerton.

Animal  beach  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894  pelicans on beach  [CB News]

Srh  P-18  CCH Nov 6, 1894
 masts of old Wetmore wreck, some still stand and are visible. [CB News].

School  Tot-multi  outside-Tot  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894 
James Mast school at Two-mile; he to Monmouth. (Lee items)

Tot-Coq  P-18 CCH Nov 6, 1894     
 rumors of a cooperative at Coq?  [M. notes don't say what kind.  In some other
items, it meant a coal mine.]



Kanematz  CCHX+  X+8  Nov 6, 1894
The Bandon Recorder.  J. S. Kanematz, of Coquille City, came down for the
purpose of  making some surveys for different parties here.  +

Misc  CCHX+  X+8  Nov 6, 1894 
America 100 years ago.  [list of customs and laws]

CBR-extension condit  poesy  travel outside-locale  beach  
CCHX+  X+8   Nov 6, 1894
  ...as soon as the C. B. R. railroad is sufficiently advanced to prove that it is
bound to go right on to Roseburg without any unnecessary delay.  The people
up there [Albany was mentioned] do not want to go to Yaquina, or any other
bay, but they want, when they go for a summer outing, to walk along the
beach and inhale the pure, invigorating sea breeze that comes in there from
over the vast surface of the boundless ocean, and not the other side of the bay.  +

Nov  13

School Tot-Coq  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894   winter term academy 

Tot-names  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  Clark Bul1ard, Arago.  /  Judge
Schroeder, Arago    /    H Waddington, Lampey cr

Name P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  J Fred Schroeder

School  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  tchrs exams, Mfield

Tot-Coq  Srh P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894
Our water-front is a lively place for two or three hours about noon each day. + [cp]

Road  name  P-19  CCH Nov 13, 1894
Lee Langdon, lately of Rsbg stage rte, returned to Coq 

Tot-Coq name  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  
Ev Hayes, Sanford houses 1st street, near odd fellows hall.
 
School  Tot-name    P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
Miss Telitha Culbertson, Dora, to attend academy, but failed to secure a
boarding place. 
 
Tot-names P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
R W Lundy, MP   / Comrade C. Timmons, Astoria

Name  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  Mr Wilkins / AG Aiken, Mrs

Name locale moving  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894    J M Lasswell, move fm N Fork 

Srh P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  rumor  stmrs Alert,Dispatch tie up.

Tot-MP   P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  C L Gray, MP jeweler.    

School  Tot  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  Rock Robison, Fishtrap, to Coq academy.
 
Novelty-wool  Tot-Bandon P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
20-30 bales woolens, Bandon 

Tot-multi-name P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
Tell Lehnherr  [name] MP, to go to Bandon for winter. 

Names  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
Mrs Tim Seely; Edna Seely   / JW Bennett,   Sengstacken.

Health name  P-19 Nov 13, 1894  Dr.Tower

Novelty-wool  Tot   Outside-Tot    P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
talk of wollen [sic]  Mfield, Mr Shaw of Oregon city. [2?]

Tot-Coq  council health-indir    P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  Dr Tower, council
business; Walter Drane, WS Perry, other.

Tot-Coq council utility  organize  street  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894
Leneve. petition for street lamps Front, Main, and 1st sts: Odd Fellows, one at
Front and C, and one at Front and B; city to furnish gas or oil.

Tot-Coq   council Kanematz   P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
Kanematz appointed surveyor; he to make accurate map Coq.

Tot-Coq law council  bicycle  P-19  CCH Nov 13, 1894  
ordinance regulating bicycle, tricycle riding. (2)

Disaster wagon health  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
miraculous escape, Mrs Joe Dean; Sam Johnson; wagon accid.

School name  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  Libbie Gabeler attending school

Name P-10 CCH Nov 13, 1894   Maude Haskins 

School  locale  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894   TW Johnson to close his school N Fork

 Misc?  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894. 
The broom brigade continues to drill. +   [M. 2005. in Coq?  meaning?  Is this
ONG or local militia?]

Tot-Coq-name  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
Mrs Seed; Wilber Harrington property, North Addition.

School Tot-name  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 184  
Louis Heller, Dora, to attend academy this winter. 

Name [locale?]  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894   
A G Aiken, postmaster.  [M. 2005.  What town?]

Tot-name  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894   Lizzie Buzan, Bandon. 

Church P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894   Baptist and ME churches 

Srh name Tot-MP  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
Improvement on river, MP  Roberts place   [one item, or 2?]

Music entertain organize Tot-Coq?  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
dance, Odd fellows, young people, H A Jones music.

Tot-Coq?   P-19  CCH Nov 13, 1894  Lyons market 

Tot-names  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
Mr Metlin, Mrs Hastings, Cunningham creek  

 Srh excursion  entertain  music  holliday  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
stmrs Antelope, Myrl, excursion fm Bandon to Coq for entertainment and ball
to be given by the Separate Batallion band MP thanksgiving night; Lockwood
orchestra.  

Name  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 Russell Dement.

Name dairy  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894   R D Sanford, milk 

Disaster Tot  farm P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
fire, Fishtrap, Wm. Strong place, barn and crop.

Tot-Coq paper-ads   P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  [  various ads for businesses ]

School Kanematz  paper-ad  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894
[ display ad for Kanematz Polytechnic Institute Bandon, courses, etc. ] [cp]

health  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894
a list of drugs analyzed by Massachussetts st bd health, said to contain opium:
long list, incl Ayers Cherry Pectoral, other.  [cp]

church  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  Rev Horsfall

Tot-name  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894   Judge Dyer, Bandon     /   J P Stemler, Dora

Srh name P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894    Capt Bob Dunham, Alice Blanchard

Blacksand-mining LR  Srh  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894
Dr Magary and Col Muncy, blacksand mine, lower R; stmr Bandorille brought
machine  

Name  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  Robert Dean  / WE Nosler, S. Cal.  / Walter
Drane

Fruit name P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894   Harvey Schweers, apples, many kinds 

agric name P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  WP Bovee, chestnuts, has 100 trees sale. 

Srh  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
CB News: Capt Tom White, Comet, Capt Pendergrass    CB News

Srh disaster P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  
tug Liberty; vessel upside down CB bar   CB News.

Srh mill lbr  Rr-haul  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
 the Gen. Siglin [ship], Morris Bros [as typed]: lbr via RR.   CB News

Srh P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  
4 mast bark Omega, Capt Harrington    CB News.

Srh BH coal  P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894 
Blanchard, BH coal in. [cp]   [M. believe I already have. all these since label
is fm CB News.]

Tot-Coq  health P-19 CCH Nov 13, 1894  S L Leneve, druggist   



road   transport  RR phy 2-5    CCH D Nov 13, 1894.
Roseburg Review:  C.B. stages are now running on winter time and are
allowed 24 hrs to make distance between Rosebg and M.P.  They won’t need
so much time until roads worse than they are now.     [cp]

Kanematz  school  character Tot-multi    RR phy 2-5  CCH D Nov 13, 1894 
Prof. Kanematz went down to Bandon yesterday to arrange for furnishing a
school-room.  Appreciative citizens there, recognizing his high literary
attainments, have use for him.   +  [cp]   /
    Moved and carried tt J.S. Kanematz be appointed city surveyor. Mr. K.
qualifies.   [cp]  /
Prof. Kanematz has been induced to open a school of the arts at Bandon,
hence his services there will be Bandon’s gain and Coquille’s loss.  He has
circulars issued for polytechnic institute, and an advertisement for the same
appears in the Herald today.  +  [cp]

Srh  RR phy 2-5 CCH D Nov 13, 1894 
Stmrs Antelope and Myrl [However one entry said schooner Antelope.]

Tot-Coq   utility  street    RR phy 2-5  CCH D  Nov 13, 1894 
[Article lists] Front, Main, and First Sts; going to put in streetlamps, and one
by Mr. Nasburg individually at NE corner Front and B st, providing city will
furnish oil or gasoline.

Srh  RR phy 2-5 CCH D Nov 13, 1894   
Rumored stmrs Dispatch and Alert will tie up. But we hear so many reports of
the cause and time of doing so that we can give nothing reliable on this
subject.

Srh   mill  Lbr  RR-haul    RR phy 2-5  CCH D Nov 13 [or 20?], 1894  
General Siglin [ship] will probably load with lbr from Morras Bros on the
Coq.  Lbr will be brought over via railroad.

Srh RR phy 2-5  CCH D Nov 13 [or 20?], 1894  
4 masted bark Omega, charge of Capt Harrington, sailed Sun for Chile.



LR fish enterprise  name  CCHX+ X+8  Nov 13, 1894
Gilstrap's cannery was cremated  [sp verified].  [Meaning? Made into
creamery?  A fire?]  [M. 2006.  I was sure already had this but couldn't find.]

LR fish  enterprise name  CCHX+  X+8   Nov 13, 1894  
J. B. Gilstrap, of the lower river cannery, came up yesterday.

Health-indir  names Rackleff CCHX+  X+8   Nov 13, 1894   
Dr. Ransom, the venerable father of Mrs. Dan Giles and Mrs. W. E. Rackliff
[sic], is visiting his daughters and friends in Myrtle Point.  +

Hermann  misc-word-handsome...   CCHX+  X+8   Nov 13, 1894   
Hon. B. Hermann was called to Washington on business and hence has
temporarily declined a handsome public reception at Roseburg and visit to
several points.  +

Nosler outside-tot  politic  paper?  CCHX+  X+8  Nov 13, 1894 
We thank Wes Nosler of southern  Calif for a copy of  a populist newspaper].

Srh lbr  Tot-Coq mill  disaster interest  CCHX+  X+8  Nov 13, 1894
The schooner Lila and Mattie, recently loaded with lumber at Morras Bro's on
this river, experienced an earthquake shock at sea not far from the Golden
Gate, and barely escaped a rough experience of probably sinking in the ocean. 
Now word reaches here that  while crossing the Siuslaw bar under sail
Saturday 3d inst., owing to the cowardice of the sailor at the wheel, who is
said to have deserted it, the vessel broached and dipped water and the captain
and one man -- reported to be the mate -- were washed overboard. The crew
became panic-stricken, but the cook courageously seized the wheel, righted
the vessel, and safely steered her into port.  +   [M. doesn't say what happened
to captain and mate.  M 2006 Would there have been a separate item about that?]


Nov 20

Dairy  Coq-Valley  RR phy 2-5  CCH D Nov 20, 1894.
[Article about] co-operation and dairying for Coq Valley.  Statistics on milk
production, etc.

Srh   disaster  RR phy 2-5 CCH D Nov 20, 1894
Coos Bay News.  A vessel, bottom up, was off the Coos bay bar Monday
evening .  The tug Liberty went out, but did not attempt to tow her in.  The
vessel's anchors are down, and until the cables break will be imposs to tow her
to port.  On Tue morn vessel again sighted, abt 4 mi off bar.

Srh Allied  other coal  RR phy 2-5   CCH D Nov 20, 1894.
C.B. News.  Blanchard used Beaver Hill coal on last trip and got better results
fm it than fm steam coal bought in S.F. for a high figure.  On her trips to this
port she will take all the Beaver Hill coal she can get to be used by other
steamers belonging to same co.    [cp]

Allied   RR phy 2-5   CCH D Nov 20, 1894  
RR company putting $80,000 into Beaver Hill mining improvement; bunkers,
etc. 

Silk Kanematz   RR phy 2-5 CCH D Nov 20, 1894   
Thur Prof Kanematz received 40,000 or 50,000 silkworm eggs fm Germany
thru silk specialist, Mr. Shoemaker at Akron Ohio.  He received a pound of
cocoons.  These latter, while very fine, not as large as our Coos Co. cocoons.  [cp]

Other coal  Srh locale  rock   RR  phy 2-5 CCH D Nov 20, 1894
dOregonian.  Rufus King sometime since found croppings of coal on S.Fork
of Coq. R.  And bed of petrified oysters.  Perfect in shape, but have since
crumbled.  Oysters are solid as rock.  Under the oysters was a perfect mudflat
of blue mud and over the whole was sand rock.   [cp]

Srh  locale?  RR phy 2-5 CCH D Nov 20, 1894
Steam schooner Bandorille arr fm Siuslaw R last eve.  Capt. Winant reports
wrecked schooner T. W. Lucas bottomside up 3 mi NW C.B. jetty, dangerous
proximity to shipping.  Astoria, Nov. 19.


 
Name dairy  P-19 CCH Nov 20, 1894
[lengthy on] all area creameries stat and other, fm C Romander.

Health  rock  locale  disaster  P-19 CCH Nov 20, 1894 
fatal accid, rock quarry, Coos R. Supt West, Mr Dolan, blasting.

Enterprise?  Needed  P-19 CCH Nov 20, 1894  hides, tannery wished for 

County  name  P-19 CCH Nov 20, 1894 Co. judge Schroeder 

Name organize Tot-Marshfield P-19 CCH Nov 20, 1894 
Judge J F Hall, Capt Ernst, Prof Golden, Tim Seeley: K of P M'field. 

Mills  Coq R   P-19 CCH Nov 20, 1894 
sawmills on this river bonded for sale; [not clear]

Politic name   P-19 CCH Nov 20, 1894  Hon Thos Backman, Mfield 

Literary church entertain P-19 CCH Nov 20, 1894
 literary dept, Epworth League, entertainment, play, The Country School;
admission 10 c.

climate  P-19 CCH Nov 20, 1894   heaviest frost of season. 

Paper art saying  holiday P-19, 19a CCH Nov 20, 1894
[ad ] coupon to be printed in Nov 27 herald entitling bearer to a repro in colors
of  great watercolor picture, "Which Is The Sweeter?", painted by one of most
successful in watercolors. Superb present is copyrighted, cannot be purchased
of pix dealers. 12 3/4 x 17 in and will give finishing touch to the most
expensively deco apartment; hung in sample room imparts artistic effect not
only pleasing to eye but refining in its influence. In this age of artistic interior
decoration a house without pictures seems only half furnished. [ M. supposed
to be Herald Thanksgiving gift to readers.]

County bicycle Tot-Multi  P-20  CCH Nov 20, 1894
Deputy Sheriff J J Stanley used bicycle on official business between Empire
and Mfield nfq  

School  name  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894   Miss Marvin Lamb,  school 

Name Harris  fruit  condit-signs times, prices  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894
Capt Harris, apples; freight stat and condit, signs of times, price.  

Srh  Goodall   name  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894  
Arr. by Arago: Capt Goodall, Beymis Merchant, Mrs Fox, other. 

Srh  name P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894  
[cp]  Will. Moomaw asst engineer   [M.  I assume river improvements]  

Names  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894  
Andrew Perkins. /    Jeff Benham    /   Elizabeth Fouts    /  A Buzan.
         Coast Mail: Mrs L H Heisner

Srh P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894    Bandorille.

Srh other coal   P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894 
M. Sun. Bandorille, carpenters for coal bunkers 

Name  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894  M. Sun.   Robt Starkey  

Tot-Marshfield  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894  contract for town hall 

Name dairy Tot  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894    
J D Bennett, contract to move Gravel Ford creamery

Name food Tot?  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894 
W S Vanderberg,  Family Meat Market, John Fox, A Ogren..

Nosler name P-20 Nov 20, 1894    Judge Nosler  

Tot-name UR  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894   JH Radabaugh, upper river 

Tot-Coq  fruit  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894   Johnson Bros., huckleberries 

RR BH  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894   
RR co B H improvements.   [M2004: is this cp?]

Srh name  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894 Andrew Hall, engineer Alert; Myrl.

School  county  name  P-20 CCH Nov 29, 1894  Prof Barklow, co. school supt

Needed  P-20  CCH Nov 29, 1894    needed:  woolen mill, tannery.  

Srh Tot-Coq mill  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894  
tug  Triumph, schr Ralph J Long, Lyons mill.

Kanematz animal silk  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894   
Kanematz, silkworms fm Germany.  [cp]

church P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894 
A Wesleyan minister expected in Bandon; site for erection Meth ch
.
dairy  name P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894     stat on Coq Creamery, RD Sanford.  

Mill? Name fruit Srh   P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894    J A Lyons, apples, shipp. 

Tot-Coq  blacksmith  name? Moving  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894   
Drane and McAdams, blacksmith, now Drane owns alone; Sam McAdams to
Curry Co.

Nosler road  outside-tot  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894  
A L Nosler  Monmoutb, over CB wagon rd  

Tot-Coq?  name P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894    Aiken, millinery 

Name  literary  entertain  outside-Tot  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894 
Mabel Boutell formerly of Coq took part of Sophronia Dufunny in the
Milkmaids' Convention given at Rsbg.

school name  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894 
tchr exam, Rsbg.  Flora McCloskey, Vienna Masters, Annie Carl, Hattie
Strang, D L Rood, Clarence W Waterman, Bert Rideout, Wm Cavanaugh;
Prof J S Hodgin, Emma Stauff,

Tot-name  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894    Mrs GM Dyer, Bandon.

Tot-multi  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894    
Mrs Tenbrook, late of Tenbrook house Empire City, Occident Bandon  

Name  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894  
Miss Ray Collier   /  Robert Dean, and Robt Jr.

Tot-name  P-20  CCH Nov 20, 1894  A Pershbaker  [M. 2006. Dupl?]

Tot-name RR-pass Srh  mill syndicate P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894
 Judge Dyer, Bandon, train to bay, stmr to SF; mill syndicate, Capt Wms, etc. 

School  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894 
B.Recorder:  J Conger received books for business college

Health name  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894 
[B. Recorder?]    N Thrush, children, scarlet fever.

Crop name  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894    J B Fox, vegetables 

Name Tot  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894   
Webb Mast, Lee; I Chandler, other Lee news.

Tot-name  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894   Sam Rowan, Fishtrap.   /  D. Mathers,
Riverton

Tot-name  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894    T J Perkins,Parkersberg   .

Blacksand mining  Srh  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894 
 black sand mining; arr machine Bandorille.

Mill Tot-Empire  P-20 CCH Nov 20, 1894
 [CB News?]    Empire city mill taking rest  [cp]


Nov 27

Srh   OC&N co   other coal  Rbc 2  CCH E Nov 27, 1894
Capt. C. Goodall came up on the Arago and will remain till next stmr looking
after interests of Ore Coal and Navig. Co.

Other-coal Tot-Libby Rbc 2  CCH E Nov 27, 1894
...resigned as bookkeeper at Libby.  [M.  didn’t know it was called Libby that
early].

School  Rbc2  CCH E  Nov 27, 1894    Nov 27, 1894 
Public schools progressing well considering crowded rooms. To get benefit of
public funds and taxes we shall have to extend facilities.

Kanematz  school Rbc2 CCH E Nov 27, 1894
Kanematz has been surveying of late and is absent m so much he desires
persons  writing for circulars regarding his polytechnic school at Bandon,
address Recorder at Bandon or the Herald.  [cp]



Disaster Srh  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894  wrecked schr TW Lucas, CB jetty. 

Srh  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894 
Capt Winant of Bandorille.  / stmr Chilkat, P Townsend. 

School  name P-20  CCH Nov 27, 1894 Nile Miller, at academy in Coq  

Entertain  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894  military ball, Bandon. 

Srh  vital stat name  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894 
arr. Arago:  M L Tower and bride,  JA Lyons, D H Campbell, A Campbell, 
others.  [cp]

school  tot  name  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894 
Newport school district, lists students: McCormac, Sneddon, Sleep others,
[illegible], Alfred A Johnson tchr. 

Paper  art  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894 
[ the coupon in Herald for the watercolor pix is headed W. Jennings
Demorest; but don't know whether that artist or an agent or?]

rock  locale  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894 
M.  Sun. [more] on Coos R. rock quarry

School  Tot-MP?  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894   
West Oregonian: Prof Kinnicutt, 70 scholars.

Name  fruit P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894 
Joseph Ferry, apples.    [M. 2005; were there 2 Joseph Ferrys?  Or did he live
in MP before started coal?]

Mill Tot-Coq  name  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894   Morras Bros sawmill  

Other mining P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894  Alex Smith, quartz. 

Name  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894    J J Endicott.

Names  Tot-name?  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894 
P 0 Tribune: RD Hume.  Will Langlois.

Entertain  P-20  CCH Nov 27, 1894 
Star Comedy co soon play Black Diamonds. 

Name P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894  
Mrs J O Wilson  /   Judge Schroeder  /    Dave Johnson  /   MM  John 
Stillwell

Health Tot-Coq  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894 Dr. Holden, dentist  

Animal  holiday P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894   turkeys for thanksgiving        

Racism  health  P-2o CCH Nov 27, 1894  
chinaman, smuggling opium. [cp] 

Tot-name  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894   Ralph Schroeder, Arago  

Blacksand mining name P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894  
blacksand mines, Col. Muncy.

School  P-20 CCH Nov 27, 1894  
Our public schools are progressing well, considering crowded condition  

Animal interest? Locale  P-21 CCH Nov 27, 1894
Dora Doings. Of all the mighty hunters, G. K. takes the cake. He started with
an idea he knew where lots of pheasants roamed. Later he wandered on to the
waters of Elk creek. Taking his course up stream he arrived at a certain house
and there he found the object of his search -- a pretty Bird had flown from
Douglas county, and he was so enamored he forgot to return for thirty-six long
hours. When he returned he was asked, where are your pheasants? He
answered, "couldn't find any."  +   [M.  Nov. 6 lists a Rosa Bird.]

Locale school  P-21 CCH Nov 27, 1894
Julia Braden tchr. Shiloh school, closing

Mill Tot-Empire P-21  CCH Nov 27, 1894   CB News. work resumed Empire
mill    [cp]  

Tot-name  P-21 CCH Nov 27, 1894  Miss Sarah Fox, Newport.  

Animal locale P-21 CCH Nov 27, 1894  
coveys Chinese pheasants raised J M  Davis place Coos R.  
 
Fish  P-21 CCH Nov 27, 1894   
a few steelheads in bay, but principal spawning time April-May.  

Rock health church  P-21 CCH Nov 27, 1894 
funeral Dolan, rock quarry; Fr. Desmarais.

Enterprise agric  P-21 CCH Nov 27, 1894  potato starch factory.

Kanematz  school  P-22 CCH random Nov 27, 1894 
Kanematz, school, survey   [cp] 

County Empire  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894
Co conmissioner Stitt, arranging for the construction of a steel cage in co jail
Empire. [cp]

 Tot-name  RR-passen  BH-area  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894 
Caddie Lockwood, on train to her old home Coaledo  [cp]

School  locale?  P-22  CCH Nov 27, 1894  Miss Rookard, school, Rock creek  

Tot-name  RE  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894  0. Dodge, MP, real estate.   [cp]

Tot-names  other-coal?   P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894  Libby names.

 Tot-MP AHB   character P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894 
J R Roberts has sold his store to A H Black, well known as a rustling traveling
salesman and agent Mitchell & Staver.    [cp]

Tot-Coq  Racism-indir  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894   
Miss Nellie Figg, add Japanese fancy articles and novelties to her millinery.

Tot-name  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894  Rev J R Critchfield, Rsbg. 

School Tot-name  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894   Prof Conger, school, Bandon  

Tot-name P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894 Mrs SD Morse, Bandon

Names P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894   
Russell Panter  /   T J Perkins  H F Dunham.    /   J C Wilson   /   Mrs Radabaugh  /
Mrs R J Dean.  /   Al Wilson.      Leo Wickham and Myron W.  Mrs Strahon. [cp]

Srh  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894    stmr Bandorille

Locale school P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894   Fishtrap schoolhouse.

Tot-name  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894  
G T Robison, Fshtrap /     Capt Tennisson, Randolph.   /  Mrs Judd Mills,
Coaledo. [cp]     /   JS Root, Norway.

Srh  name  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894  Capt Tom White

Other-coal OC&N  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894   Capt Goodhall, 0C&N.  [cp] 

Name RR-pass  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894   J A Lyons took train.  [cp]

Tot-Coq food  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894  
Johnsons bros bought Harkness Soda Works

Climate Srh   P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894
Last Sunday was the gloomiest for many a day. +    /    rain storm last Fri, with
occasional wind gusts indicating stormy at sea   nq

Animal racism-indir Srh  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894 
boys fm Curry co on sealing cruise in Japanese waters nq

Names     P-22  CCH Nov 27, 1894 
MM John Stillwell   ./   B J Harrison  /    Judge Schroeder  /    Mrs D S Morse   /
Mrs Harkness    /    Wimer

 Tot-name  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894  Ralph Schroeder, Arago.

Animal food  holiday  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894    turkeys to bay for thanksgiving

Holiday school-indir literary  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894   
Attend "The Country Skewl" on Thanksgiving night.

Tot-Empire county outside-tot  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894
Sam Sneed of Roseburg was in this place a day or two last week. He
represents the "prison cage" industry and was figuring with our county
authorities for placing a steel cage in our jail at Empire. +  [cp]

Paper  school  character  Tot-MP  music  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894
The West Oregonian makes mention that some of the young men who are
attending school in that place have rented the G.A.R. hall and meet there four
nights out of the week for study, one evening being a school of vocal music,
conducted by San Johnson.  Editor Dodge commends them for it, and the
HERALD would commend similar action on the part of our youth here as
being far more in the line of what they need and seem to desire than so many
nights of fun and frolic.  +

Names  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894  Marshal Dunham  . /  Mr Messer

Tot-Coq blacksmith  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894   
Drane, blacksmithing alone now, [at his] old stand 

School entertain P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894   Why not get up a spelling bee?  +  

School-indir literary    prices  P-22 CCH Nov 27,1894   
Only 10 cents tuition to attend and look on at "The Country Skewl."   +

Climate boomer  poesy  saying  beach  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894
temperature  beach 6th this mo, 61 in shade; wed 63. visiting friends can
hardly persuade themselves tt temp at this season be found anywhere.  [This &
below together, no paragraph]    Sixty-three degrees in the shade in
November? Oh, ye snowed-up, shivering and frostbitten denizens of other
places, fancy the great orb of heaven spreading its golden light over green
pastures, fruit laden orchards, blooming gardens at the edge of winter? If you
cannot realize this where you are, come here and camp out, and then you can
judge for yourselves. +

entertain  misc-word charivari, ringleader,error   health
P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894
A Grant county charivari was brought to an untimely end the other night by
the error of Ernst Waterman, the ringleader, who shot himself in the foot. +

Other-mining  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894 
The Annie mine [M. doesn't say where]; $400 a day in gold. 

Srh  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894 
steam schr Bandorille to be sold; st circuit ct; judgment $10,000; and atty fees
$500; worth  $25,000.  [cp] 
 
Crime misc  name  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894
Rsbg Review, JC Brown, of HP [as typed] [ M. 2005. Did it mean Grants
Pass?], brother of the slayer Alfred Kincaid; atty A M Crawford.

CBR  name P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894  CBR vs Siglin.

Currry-names  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894  
RD Hume, Chancey Woodruff. and other

Tot-Dora  climate  P-22   CCH Nov 27, 1894   Dora Doings. Nov 20. 
Jack Frost has made us a visit. Now look out for rain. +

dairy Tot-multi names  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894
Dora Doings. Nov 20  ...H C Luttrell moving to dairy ranch Devereax,
Norway; J H Minard.

Animal Tot school misc-saying  P-22 CCH Nov 27, 1894
L.M. would like to know who took his horse at Dora schoolhouse and left it
tied at his best girl's yard fence. A pretty good joke on the horse, I suppose.  +
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