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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1883)
NEW^OF THE WEEK.
Monnioulh and Vicinity.
The College building has been under
going some repairing during the holi
days. Monmouth is determined to have
u ~"TOKT~im' W U11
The Christmas tree in the chapel on
Christmas evening was an enjoyable oc
casion. The children were made happy
and many beautiful and valuable pres-
ehts were distribute!.
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The Editor has moved into the house
just across TLe^treerfrom tfie’p’rTTFtfflp
office. Tbo house has been repaired foy
hia special benefit. His friends will
now know where to find him—especially
when they come very early in tiie morn-
For the last few days we have had
colder weather than any time during
the past part of the winter. The gronnd
is frozen some, with clear nights and
L ateb .—The first snow of the season
Z3n Tnoo.Lv nipdit »bnnt
two incLes of snow fell, but soon melted
■ to appear before the Jeannette board on
behalf of Jerome J. Collins.
i Appropriations of tho New York city
government, for 1883 amount to $28,593,
535 against $27,412,831 in 1882.
At Blake City,Utah, Dec., 29th three
men were murdered on the railroad
The'i'r throats were iriir snil WFf
robbed. Charles Milkerin wua also mnr-
dered-on Snake river and robbed of near
A boiler in the factory at Wison ex
ploded oil tho 29th while the building
was full of work people. A number of
persons were killed. Three bodies have
been extricated from the ruins. Henry
Black was badly hurt and scalded : J.
M. Holler and J. M. Kirk were severely
In a fight near Lloyds, Fla., between
The Northern Pacific has six hundred
and six miles of railroad on its western
—T^.ia.inn.lmcQ is to have a broker's
office opened there on the 1st of u^xt
Olympia has a balance of $2001. 73
in k^e city treasury.
There were 83 marraige licenses is-
I by the clerk of TJilllU UUUTify fui
One day week before last “Aunt
Betsy” Murphy favored »oipe of her »
.Tames Davie and L.
frieDds with a birthday diuney. She
a quartz ltdge
sent ua oyer some of the cake aocomjia-
nied by several bunches of different va
rieties of nice grapes. Many tbuiks.
Wheat is worth 87% cents per bushel
Let o <r Eastern friends just tbiuk of ns
while we sit down to a basket full of fine
Dixon, of Tort OrforJ, was.
delicious pears, grapes, apples, cake,
that place on the 15th inst.
etc. on the 25th of December. We ex<
pect a large emigration to Oregon right -. No more new cases of smallpox havo
appeared at Dayton, W. T., and the two
heretofore mentioned aro so far recover-
Most of the students have returned
from lheir■Ctrristmae IteKdeya, axl the |1
Frank "Newell, a*treatdér at Lewisthff’
College work opened up on New
was thrown over the neck of his horse
Year day with a full attendance and
and killed. The young man lingered
bright prospects for the future. Pres.
some time although his skull was badly
Stanley, with his able corps of profes
broken by the fall.
sors, knows how to manage a college.
A San Francisco company has been
Wo are glad to locate in such an educa
organized for the purpose of erecting a
8aw mill at Semiahmoo, capable of cut
Oa last Wednesday night abont 11 ting 40,000 to 50,000 feet pe> day.
o'clock we were aroused from our slum
Wm. Jennings, of Lake county, while
bers by the voices of a company of attempting to cross a bridge over Silver
young ladies and gentlemen near the creek, his wagon and team wpre thrown
window of our bed room just outside off in the stream and two of them froze
the house. We soon ascertained that it soon after they were got out.
was a serenade. The songs were pretty
On Wednesday of last week Mr. F. L.
and the singing was extra well done. Bish, proprietor of the saw mill at tho
Before we had time to get oar eyes fully LittteTalls of the Spokane, and John
open and return our thanks for this de West, one of his employes, were carried
lightful music, the company had disap Over the rapids and drowned.
peared. Where these sweet singers of
The schooner María E. Smith, which
Israel came from or where they went to encountered a heavy gale on the coast
wef suppose will ever bk a mystery to us. of Vancouver island, last week was dam -
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Eat thanks all the came. We under
d to lhe extent of $1OCO.
l alike fate.
During 1882, about 170,000 tons of
Santa Clans did net forget the Editor^ coal were mined back of Seattle, of
during the holidays« Early Christmas which 161,418 were shipped to San
morning we received two balf-gallon Francisco and Portland and the remain
jars each of fine cherries and blackber der consumed at horns.
ries, labeled “Merry Christmas*? yon,
M. B. Stanley, Katie Bristow.v Later
Statistics of the wheat crop of the
in the day came a nice wash bowl and
show the crop of 1882 is estimated
pitcher from Bro. Kenedy, presented by
(NX), while the average yield
“ the brethren.”
At night on the
Christmas tree we received a beautiful is 1,748,746,000.
Business failures for the past seven
fruit dish accompanied by the following
were 193, against 197 last week.
note: “ Mrs. D. T. Stanley, Mrs.
states had 20, western 63, south
Elizibeth Rowland and Miss Maggie
28, Pacific statesand ter
Butler.” Also a pair of beautiful vases
-with- b o n am e . We learn they cume ritories 14, Canada 13, and New York
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from Sister Percival, For all these to- TiTtyTIE
Welcome struck a snag at
kens of appreciation we tander our
Bush Point, Texas, and sunk. No livej
were lost. She was insured for §6000. :
Pres. D. T. Stanley visit« d Turner The cargo of cotton and cotton seed was |
w> hold a meeting, acccfrding.to'
appointment; but as there wastbofiiffffh ~tn s in e d.—•— ------------------ —_• 'Ax. [
Christmas there for a successful meet-*
The bank of Montreal has disposed, of
ing j ant then, he only preached a few $5,000,000 of the Canadian Pacific rail
sermons. He then visited the Teachers’
Institute held in Oregon City. He re- road bonds.
>' Lieut. DwjeuhQffer will sovu be able 1
prat?» pleiwut Mid profitable YMit^
latter killed Long, after being himself
fatally stabbed. An old fend uas the
In a miners’ riot in a saloon at Gold
en, Dec., 28th, Henry Reese Uhot and
killed Owen Gleason. One of the let
ter’s friends shot at Reese and killed
On Dec., 28;h at Columbia, Texas, a
son of Captain Stafford was 6hot bnt not
killed. Friends of Stafford hanged the
Cardinal Newman has recovered.
Adjutant Barou von Winterfield, aid
de camp of the emperor of Germany^
has shot himself.
The const: uction of a railway across
Australia, from Brisbine to Port Dar
win, is decided upon.
The steamer New England was wreck;
ed Tn-tbe Clarnncu riv^r. New South
Wales, and 24 of the passengers and
crew were lost.
Gladstone has hud a light attack of
Lord Napier, of Magdala, has been
appointed a field marshal.
The grand duke of Mucklenburg,
Scbmeixen, has >ung disease.
The czar ordered those persons incar
cerated in the fort at Petropauloski to
be transferred to Schlusselburg, as the
fort is unsafe for the imprisonment of
political offenderà, _______________
The Hammel dy ke, on the Rhine, has
burst, flooding the lower part of the
town. Railway travel from Frankfort
on tho Main to Weisbaden, is interrupt
ed, owing t« inundation.
The French minister to Switzerland
has informed his government that a con
sideruble quantity of dynamite has left
Switzerland for France. There have
been several fresh arrests of dynamite
conspirators by the department.
The Sa so Kansmergut district, is
threatened with an inundation. The
Danube river steam navigation company
has notified owners of merchandise on
the Praten quays to rcmovetheir goods, j
The Linz quay iFnntier waler. ‘~
A panic prevails at Newreid. A train
attempted to pass over the line from
Appenweier to kirk, but the engine left
the rails and one pbfsSn was killed and
several others injured. TETe govern "
ment at Haden announce the floods
higher than iu November.
C. Y. Walker, president of the poeie-1
ty of telegraph engineers of London, is
TI ia Russian force concentrated along
the Kira frontier consists of 70000 men
and 80 guns.
Dr. Maron; u well known London
writer on, political economy, shot his
Bini liess Locáis,
Al,leu & Osborn« Independence.
Manufacturers of and dealers in Furni
ture, Spring Beds and Lounges, Pic
tures, Frames, etc., always on band.
These gentlemen have a full stock of
«.wu f.'.nih,». u-t
cau be found in the town. They are
accomodating in their business, and we
specially n-coiumetul them to the pub
lic. Any one desiring any thing in their
line of trade will do well tn call and see
them before purchasing elsewhere.
If you want to get a pictnTecopied dr
enlarged or a lot of fine views of Oregon
and Columbia river scenery or a dozen
first-class photographs any size, go to
I. G. Davidson, the busiest and most
successful photographer in Portland.
Jno. A. MacDonald, of the Salem
Marble and Granite Works, Commer
cial Street, south of the post office,
manufactures all kinds, of monuments:
Italian marble a speciality. Prices re
N ew M usic .—Send stamp to Wiley B.
Alleo, most popular music dealer, Port-
iand. Or., for complete catalogne and
sample copy •’“Musical PaMriWr*'“Tttt
orders "by mail filled promptly; •
•The Household Sewing Machine took
the first premium at the great Man
chester (England) Exposition for the
best family Sewing Machine. John B
Garrison, general, agent, 167 3rd St
Send for Circulars, Catalogues of Musió, Ao.
■cT am min j Orgf’t Co. Worcester, Mui., U.S.A*
Sawing Made Easy
Th« H»w Lmyrorrd
Il the tMtapttl bad bMt
A boy (titeen yean old
can saw logs ftwrand
on IMI iriiL
po.tal for rtlnMrau-d <«Alo»ue conutnln«l‘£*<rnoa-
J h I* and full parlifillara. ABEMTS WANTElb.
Monarch Li<hUin< Saw Co., 16» Kaadolph St, Chi«a<o.
If yoa wish to (row VogotablM for tolo, r»o4
Gardening for Profit, -
If yoa «lab to become » Ifoaaerct.l Florlit, read
Practical Floriculture, - $1.50
If yon wfeh to Garden for Amusement or for
Home U m only, read
Gardening for Pleasure, - $1.50
If for Reference on Plante and General Oarden-
Handbook of Plants, -
Any i>( thr above Injok. iiHillcd at prlct-KiillucJied. I
Olir NEW CA.TAUKH’E fbr D*T. rif SEEDS■
AND-PLANTS, ready Jan. Ul, and mailed freeM* '
rm a|i|i!lr':rttr<B<" ———
35 & 37 Cortlandt Street, New York.