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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1883)
to the Grown Friuee on
the occasion of his silver wedding.
Col. Harry T. Hammond died at L ob i of schooling.
Hon. Marshall Jewell died on the 11th This is the first telegram ever sent by
Angeles on the 9th.
Monmouth and Vicinity.
the Chinese sovereign to a European
Another Baw mill is said to be a want . at Hartford, Connecticut.
Some new students have arrived this
woek for Christian College.
The sleet #torm at New York which,
There has been some sickness in Mon-
The British gunboat -JledWhig haB at the- beginning, threatened to bi ing
mouth of TafSTbut nothing serious we
,, A gentleman is at Silverton looking made another fruitless attempt to reach disaster upon the telgraph wires and
around with a view Of starting a tan the island of Innismurray with stores of property, fortunately qnickly changed
One of our printers, Luther Rowland, nery. . '
the starving inhabitants.
to a warm, heavy rain, turning the ice
who has been disabled for several days
Archbishop Croke of Cashel writes iuto slush.
The court of inquiry into the loss of
on account of contracting a bad cold, is steamship Tacoma will commence about . confirming the widespread and fearful
The schooner L. J. Caruey has been
again at his case in the office.
distress prevailing in the counties of lost near St. Johns, New Brnnswick,
the 15th at San Francisco.
It is not often that we have much ice
with all hands.
Sheriff Baird, of Nez Perce county, Mayo, Donegal, Clore and Sligo.
in this part of Oregon ; hence the young Idaho, froze one of his fingers while i
By the Btorm of the 9th and 10th it is
The British steamship Labrador re
people (and sone of the older ones) of riding from Pomeroy to Lewiston.
estimated that from sixty to one hun ports that February 9, off Nantucket,
Mounmouth have made the best of the
Maud Bybee, daughter of ex Sheriff dred large iron and wooden bridges were ■he passed the British steamship Egbert,
short skating season. Even the Editor Bybee, died at Jacksonville last week of ' swept away throughout the State of from Newcastle for Philadelphia with
and his wife caught the skating mania scarlet fever, also Alex., his son, from Ohio, and nearly as many in Pennsyl the British steamship*»4?/«/« of Georgia in
and went skating by moon-shine. What .the same disease.
vania. The losses will run up into ma tow.
The residence of A. Lamb, at Ash ny millions.
It is reported that the British
Several days ago we were suffering land, was destroyed by fire on the 3d
Wyoming protests to giving the Yel steamer Keamunre Cstle, 2,000 tons
with a severe cold, and Dr. Waterhouse The household goods were nearly all lowstone to Montana.
burthen, bonnd from London to Shang
gave ns a bottle of his Balsam of Life saved.
Wm* E. Dodge, a wealthy New York hai, via Suez canal, has been lost. All
for trial. We soon got well, and there
The Dayton, W. T, Journal reports merchant, died on the 9th.
passengers saved. Many of the crew
The mail was robbed at Cedar Rapids, were drowned.
fore the Balsam cured us. Isn’t this that the cold weather last week had bad
legical ? But seriously we think his effect QU cattle, and many were dying.... .. „Ie.wauiep.pt on. tha 9th.__________________ _The report of th« In— nf iKa
'medîcïno did us good, and we reoom
A fire at Rondout, N. Y. on 11th de Keumure Castle «is confirmed. She
A new coal vein, fifteen feet thick,
mend it to all suffering with a bad cold. has been discovered up the Skagit river, stroyed a large storehouse and setting foundered in the Bay of Biscay on the
T ue W eatiier . —Mark Twain’s de and is said to be the best find of coal fire to the steamboat City of Catskill, 2d of February, and wm only able to
scription of Oregon weather would come yet made in that vicinity. The vein is which burned to the water’s edge. Loss launch one boat containing all passen
in place about now. It seems to us thoroughly bituminous.
gers, numbering eight, and eight of the
crew, out of forty.
that during the last two weeks it has
been clear and cloudy, cold and hot, was burned at 8 o’clock p. M. on the on the Sweet Water stage line, last week
was canght in the storm of the 9th. The
pleasant and unpleasant, raining and 11th. L obs , $2,500.
A giant powder explosion occarred at coach was abandoned and the party
snowing, freezing and thawing, calm
If yon want to got a picture
and stormy, muddy and dry, such like Port Townsend on the 10th, by which started back on foot to the station. The enlarged or a lot of fine views <
ffi'WM'ff vet‘“lC<6'fifity ,o
"«’ete;- aW-at tire sararttme: TW WUliVê fl two «malí boys were burned khfl iffblh'Tf drtVWV’W'. JrSWart.-'W’TSfffiffTOW Wff
no complaint to make. In fact we ra er seriously injured. It appears the to death standing in the snow, and first-class photographs any size, go to
boys stole the powder from a warehouse Thoe. Scot, superintendent, was found I. G. Daridscm. tne busiest and most
ther like Oregon weather !
successful photographer in Portland.
and threw it into the fire, when it blew standing op in the snow, frozen so that
N rw M usic .--Send stamp to Wiley B.
up, causing a report like the discharge he could not move. He will lose his
Allen, most i&pular music dealer, Port
of a cannon.
hands and feet. W. V. Clark, a passen land, Or., for complete catalogue and
Wood is $10 per cord st Dayton.
ger. has not been found.
sample copy •• Musical Pastime.** All
Wheat is 93 cents per bushel at the
The Illinois Central announces the orders by mail filled promptly.
The Household Sewing Machine took
New Tacoma ¡8 to have a new county
Chas. Baldwin Sedgwick, member of completion of arrangement for the sale
jul. Another evidence of advancing congress in 1764, died on the 8th st Syr of through tickets from Chicago to San the first premium at the great Man
Francisco. The route will be over its chester (England) Exposition for the
acuse, N. Y.
best family Sewing Machine. John B.
Last Saturday the mercury stood 20
On the 9th the Ohio river was 57 feet line to New Orleans, thence to San Garrison, general agent, 167 3rd Bt.,
to 25 degrees below zero at Pendleton.
and throe inches above low water mark Francisco over the Southern Pacific. Portland, Oregon.
Rates will be the same as by other lines.
A $2,500,000 grain firm has been or and rising two inches per hour.
ganized in Ban Francisco under the firm
Ex^Governor Davis, of Texas, died on The route is five hundred miles longer
than the Central and Union Pacific lines
Dime of Star A Co.
There are seven cases of diphtheria at
On the 9th B. J. Grear’s saw mill at but managers believe that the greater
Albany ; also in the vioinity of Bcio.
Charlotte, Mich., blew up instantly kill comfort to winter traveling in travers
On the 7th, was the first time in two ing the proprietor and Wm. Gordon, ing the Southern route will induce ma
ny to go the other way.
years the mail failed to connect between the engineer.
A Broadway dealer sold strawberries
Portland and Astoria.
The Governor of Missouri has declin
The people of Lane oounty are anx ed to deliver np Frank James to the on Saturday at the rate of $10 a quart.
Oet the WMttli*«.
They were hothouse berries from New Kverÿ I» the world.
iously awaiting the appointment of a authorities of Minnesota.
hm Stir trade-mark aad
county judge, as much business is ac
The river at Wheeling, W. Va., reach Jersey. He received a few quarts of is inavkcd Waaler’*. Sola everywhere.
ed, on the 8th, 37% feet above low wa the fruit on Wednesday, and a few more
quarts Saturday. They were not sold
It is claimed that th are is an immense ter mark.
body of coal on the Siletz reservation,
It is stated that 150 bodies have been by the quart but in little baskets hold-
which, if it could be mined, would stolon from graveyards in the vicinity iug from four to a dozen berries each.
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF ** J
prove of inestimable value to the bay of Montreal during the Winter, one-
half of which were sent« to medical berry, at wbioh rate a bushel would
Wo other dliw » U«o nr—l«nt la taw
try m Constipation, and no ramady haa avaJ— •« «
have cost $320. The same dealer ex
There is a probability that Lian and schools in the United States.
•quailed the eelabrated Kidney-Wort m aWI
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Marion counties will build a* bridge
Richard Keese, last surviving mem
the oaee, thia remedy will overeomeic
l i I
across the Santiam near Jefferson.
ber of the 20th congress, died at Keese
George Fouts, the smallpox patient ville, N. Y., on the 7th inst. He was
at Dayton, W. T.,died on the 7th. An born on the 23J of November, 1794.
other person has also contracted the
At Taylorville, Ill., by a boiler explo
A steamer of about 1,500 tons bur
diHease, and it is reported some of Mr. sion on the 9th, Four men were killed then foundered off Cape Cornwall on
* Black’s family, where Fonts was stop and two m3re fatally injured.
theOih. It was impossible) to render
ping, have taken it.
The damage by inundation in th.» vi assistance.
The fire at Cheney, W. T., a few days oinity cf Pittsburg is $100,000. A like
Field Marshall Haustab, of Austria is
1.0«*« prier* ever knows
ago originated in Straub’s bakery at amount will cover the loss up the Mon dead.
4 o’clock a. m ., and got a good start be ongahela valley.
Another earthquake at Archena Spain
fore people were aroused. Eight build
The New Jersey legislature has pre lasted about five minutes. No damage
D H«t greetly reduced prioo.
ings were destroyed. The citizens turn pared a bill to prohibit the employment was done.
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ed out and fought the lire and saved the of children in factories under 10 years
The Emperor of Chius telegraphed bis
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