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as Garibaldi, Tillamook county, has
been changed to Lobbesvillo.
There is talk again in Salem of a
Monmouth and Vicinity.
of buildiug a narrow gauge
Little Carrie Haley lias the thanks of-
that place to connect with
the H erald staff for some nice birthday
cake. She was six years old last Mon* Silverton.
A young Mr. Long of Salem accident
discharged a load of buck shot in
Miss Ida Mnlkey of Mohawk reached
his legs and it is feared amputa
Monmouth on last Friday. (16th inst.)
She oame to make her home with the tion will be require^.
A water scheme of considerable mag
Editor's wife, and is a special favorite
is announced in San Francisco,
of “ Baby Floyd.”
by which it is proposed to bring water
Quite a number, including the Editor
from Tuolmne river to San Francisco.
and Pres. Stanley, started yesterday
There has not been a cubo of small-pox
from Monmouth as delegates to the
at Dayton, W. T., proper. It has been
State Temperance Alliance at Albany.
confined to the country.
A few started earlier in the week.
There are four cases of small-pox at
Success attend them.
the pest house at Weston, the family of
Bruce Wolverton and wife from Cor the man who died a short while sinoe.
vallis dropped into our office while in They are doing well. -.
town. They were looking well and
The mayor of Waitsburg has issued
seem to be enjoying life.
an order prohibiting travel to or from
The lectures of Dr. Watts, in the col Dayton as a precautionary measure
lege chapel and the church on Saturday against small-pox ; also recommending
and Sunday evenings, were highly ap that travel on the railroad be suspended
preciated by the people of Monmouth for the present.
and vicinity. He is an able lecturer,
and will always find an appreciative au river over Assotin rapids, five miles
dience in our town. As we did not hear above Lewiston, Idaho Territory, were
these lectures we can not speak of their capsized. Jack Warren and Thomas
Bush were drowned. The others es
The Literary Contestants of the Adel- caped after a hard struggle in running
phian Society, with Miss Ida Burnett of ice.
The steamship Oregon, of the Guion
the Primary Department of State Agri
which is now being trailV at
cultural College, came to the Oregon
Normal School on Friday about 11 Clyde, will have in its cabins numerous
o’clock and remained during the day picturos of Oregon and Washington
visiting the various departments. They scenery, put in frames made of different
expressed themselves as being pleased kinds of wood secured from the State
with tho progress of the work,- and and Territory. The Oregon will be one
methods of the school. The contest of of the largest ships on tho Atlantic
the evening was largely attended, the ocean, and will be a standing, or rather
College Chapel being well filled. The floating compliment to Oregon and the
Judges, H. H. Johns, G. W. Belt and Northwest
The teachers’ institute for the Second
J. Y. Fcrd. gave the decision in favor of
District and Lane county, has
Corvallis in the debate, but in favor of
to meet in Eugene City,
Monmouth m the declamation. The
Corvallis folks say they were well treated, May 2, 3 and 4, 1883. The second
and the Monmouth people say “ come District includes the counties of Benton,
Coos, Curry, Douglas and Lane.
Newton Farrell, stage driver between
Turner and Mehama, Marion county,
Good beef is 20 cents per pound at was severely injured by being thrown
from the stage last Saturday while his
• Good-dry wood in Dayton, W. T., team ran away.
Hay is worth 816 at Union and very
sells at 810 a cord.
Farmers in the various parts of Lane
Chas. Brown, a widely known pioneer
county say wheat is badly frozen.
The Polk County Temperance Alliance of San Francisco, died in that place on
meets at Independence on the 28th inst. the 15th.
Mr. D. L. Turpin’s hoarding house at
Mrs. Judge Lasater, who has been af
fected with the small-pox, at Walla Cornelius, Washington county, was de
stroyed by fire on Saturday night
Walla, has entirely recovered.
San Francisco is threatened with a last, caused by the explosion of a kero
Travel is rapidly increasing sound
Pink-eye is afflicting the horses iD
Farmington is to have an addition in
Considerable stook is dying in Union
the shape of a steam flouring mill.
county, and feed is very scarce.
Grandma Allison died at Dayton, W.
Another railroad accident occurred in
T., last week, aged 93 years.
Southern •» California, near Sumner, re-
It is said that 300 emigrant trains are
on the way to Chehalis county, W. T,, suiting in the death of. the fireman,
named A. W. Spronle, and seriously in
from Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska.
juring the engineer.
Four thousand valentines passed
Major Vie Trevitt was one of the men
through the Walla Walla postoffice on
built the first log house at Lewis
the 14 th.
the Snake river.
The ice is running so heavy in Snake
river that they are not transferring any
A severe storm prevailed through
Oars at present.
. • California on tue 13th and 14th, and-
The name of the postoffice now known, farmers are confident of a good crop.
. NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Contributions for the relief of the
people of the Ohio valley aggregate
Considerable damage was done Uy the
late frost to-the mango and orange trees
around Tampa, Fla.
O_A fire damp explosion occurred in a
mine at Dartsmouth on the 17th, by
which four persons were killed.
A fire on the 17th damaged the mill of
the Providence, R. I., Worsted compa
ny, 875,000 ; insured for $39,000.
Rev. Lyman H. Atwater, Professor of
Logic and -Moral Political Science in
Princeton College, died on the 17th at
Providence, R. I. .
The late Gov. T. Wilson bequeathed
$100,000 to the Brown University, at
Providence, R. I., and $50,000 to Dart
mouth college, at Hanover’ N. H.
The great iron house of John V.
Ayers & Sons of'Cbicago failed. Lia
The village of Milan, near the c’ty of
Rock Island, Illinois, containing a pop
ulation of about 1,800, has been covered
with water from the overflow of the
Rock river. •
Ann Gerry, third daughter of Eld
ridge Gerry, a signer of the Declaration
of Independence, died on the 18.h,aged
The citizens of New Orleans contrib
uted $16,000 for the sufferers at Cincin
4 Eleven new churches in course of
erection in New \ork will cost $2,0G0,-
In Massachusetts towns at this t;me
Joseph Cook is being paid $130 a night
Small-pox is making great havoc in
Baltimore, a here 79 deaths were report
ed last week, not including those at the
pest-house, which is outside of the city
By an accident on the Flint and Pere
and Marquette railroad on the 15th,
Mrs. Hulda Seaman, aged 74, was killed
Boston is to be lighted with electric
Ex-Gov. W. E. Smith of Wisconsin
died on the 14th.
Mrs. Dunlap, of York county, S. C.,
though 86 years old, picked 1400pounds
of cotton last Fall.
A. Mcllrorath, of Boston, claims that
he is one of the heirs of a $100,000,000
fortune that has been lying idle in Eng
land, which he is shortly to get.
By collision of the Cincinnati North
ern on the 15th, John Roberts, colored,
was killed, and Isaac M. Knight, Russell
Manning and Samuel Andrews seriously
In Lawrenceburg, Ind., 3800 persons
are homeless ; loss, $500,000. Gener
ous relief is sent them, and there is no
loss of life, but many narrow escapes.
It is feared the court-houBe foundations
may crumble. Four hundred people
are gartered there.
tween Eugene and Prince Napoleon at
Farnsborongh was most cordial.
Grace, who aBsanltod the Queen in
1831, died on the 17th in Broodmoor
It is announced that a revolt has
broken out in the Providence of Doug
las, in Upper Nubia.
Emperor William has personally de
voted much attention to settling the
difficulty in regard to the Danes in
been opened for a convention to settle
During 1882, fourteen wills were
provod in England with personal prop
erty exceeding £300,000. In 1881 there
were only three wills over £300,000.
If you want to get a piotnre copied or
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.
N ew M usic .—Send stamp to Wiley IT.
AUeu, most popular music dealer, Port
land, Or., for complete catalogue and
sample copy •* Musical Pastime.” All
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, J67 3rd St.,
Thin powder never varies. A marvel purity,
strength and wholesomenesB, More economi
cal than the ordinary kinds, and can not be sold
in competition with the mnltitude of low test,
short w> ight, alnui or phosphate powders.
5o/d only in cum , R oyal B a mi to P owdeb C o .,
106 Wall St., New York.
An Extraordinary Offer.
TO ALL WANTING EMPLOYMENT.
If the Agent, after a thirty day’s trial, fails
to make nt least $1OO clear abovr ripen-
sea, we will take l»ack all goods unsold and re
turn the money paid ns. Ortr circulars to
Agents show that tWH> has been made in a
single month. We give exclusive territory.
There can lie ho competition. Business is
honorabla, pleasant and profitable. An Agent
wanted in every County. County right sent
free with first order. Every Agent, or those
wishing employment, should write us at once,
as Counties are being taken fast, and no other
firm in the United States ever before offered
such extraordinary and liberal terms Uv agents.
Send 3 oue-oent stamps for large descriptive
circulars, containing this offer, to the
Riol, ard Wagner, the great German
musical composer, is dead.
The report of the death of Archbishop
McCabe is untrue: He is slightly im
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