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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1883)
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
MONMOUTH AND VICINITY.
Original mino, a distance of 400 feet-
Every bone in his body was orushed to
pulp. Death was instantaneous.
R. Wood, geologist and surveyor of
the Transcontinental company, has ar
rived at Wall» Walla.
A young man by the name of John
Tate was drownect Iff fhePayette"”rfver ‘
last week while rafting logs.
Walla Walla is going to have a grand
Fourth of July celebration.
Mr. E. H. Richardson who has been
attending school is quite sick.
Miss Cassie Stump (slipped off) paid
Por tland a vis it last we ek. -
Pres. D. T. Stanley has commenced
a series of lectures in the College chapel
on Sunday afternoons at 3 o’clock, on
“ Bible history.” The first was deliver
ed last Sunday.
We learn that Mr. Frank Mulkey who
At Escanaba, Michigan, two inches of
has been to California some time for his snow fell Sunday, and for forty miles
"IieaTtti^Eas”'just rtturned to Monmouth north of that plttco the weather was
looking much improved. His many very cold.
relatives and friends are glad to welcome
Wm. Chambers, LL. D., the well
him home again.
known publisher, aged 83, is dead.
America will send six paintings to the
The Dew Meat Shop of Mr. A. B.
Griggs will be quite an addition to our forthcoming art exhibition at Munich.
A snowstorm passed over Milwaukie,
town. He is now prepared to accommo
date the people of Monmonth and vicin Sunday afternoon, and the thermometer
ity on first-class style. Those wishing ranged very low all day.
East Line railroad depot, telegraph
any thing in his line will do well to
and a lot of cotton burned at
give him a call.
Pittsburg, Miss., Friday.
Vessels arriving at Suez from Bombay
President Arthur is to come to Cali are quarantined, owing to the existence
of cholera at that place.
fornia in August. Poor California.
At a meeting of the Suez canal com
' The wool market is very poor, so says
pany to be held in June at Paris, pro
a San Francisco dispatch.
Both Lawrence Barrett and Modieska posals will be made to construct one at
are in San Frwntrisco, "ptsyrng“ to'“tm- a cost of 125,000,000 francs. -
A train now makes the trip between
California now claims that its wheat Boston and New York in six hours.
Lydia Pinkham, of proprietary medi
crop this year will be the biggest it has
ever had, and it is thought 1,500,000 cine fame, died in Lynn on the 18th,
aged 64. She spent $80,000 a year ad
bushels will be exported.
The grading on the line of the North vertising, and secured a trade netting
ern Pacific railroad between Portland $300,000 per year profit.
Miss Bragg, niece of Gen. Bragg,
and Kalama is progressing vigorously.
A twenty thousand dollar iron compa saturated her clothing with coal oil,
ny has been organized at Port Town and then applied a match. The cause
was protracted ill-health. She will die
Moulders at the penitentiary are turn
The will of Mrs. Elizabeth McEvers
ing out 26,000 brick per day.
... A joint stock milling company has Bayard, daughter of the late James
been formed at Union with a capital McEvers of New York, has been filed.
stock of $30,000, of which $12,500 had The estate is valued at nearly $10,000,-
000, and was inherited from her father.
been subscribed last week.
There are 3,000 acres of grain in on The entire property is left to her hus
the Yakima reservation. Of this amount band, Robert Bayard.
A severe thunder storm pkssed over
1,500 belong to the Indians.
Toronto on the 19th ; the lightning was
Hay sells at $20 at Hepner.
The bunch grass in Eastern Oregon very vivid, but no damage is yet re
has never been better for twenty years ported.
General Josiah Gergas died at Tusca
John Harkey, an old man living near loosa, Ala., on the 15tb, aged 65. He
Matthew’s station, in Union county, was • native of Pennsylvania, a graduate
near the Baker line died some time ago, of West Point, and served through the
and afterwards his house was rented to Mexican war.
Twenty-two deaths from yellow fever
a family, who found $1200 in coin hid
took place at Havana during the past
in a box in an old cupboard.
New Tacoma, W. T., claims a popula week, most of them dying in the milita
tion of 3,500
Tire Sunday tawris being enforcedln
Measles are quite prevalent iff por
Such things are
tions of Wasco county.
Fifty dollars per head are being re rare.
fused for beef cattfe in Grant county, > Gen. Grant’s mother died a few days
Jay Gould proposes to keep out of
Genuine soda springs have been found
at the head of Ahtanum valley, some Wall street.
Villard arrived at St. Paul, Minn., on
twenty-six miles from Yakima city,
Opium smoking is boooming a great
A new flouring mill on the gradual
reduction roller system will be built evil in Chicago.
It waa reported that Keene had failed,
this year in Colfax, W. T., at an expense
but the report is now denied.
The Creo Indians in Montana are pre
At Butte City, Montana, on the 15th
at 10 o'clock at night a miner named paring for the war-path.
The minister of the treasury has |
Wm. Miller fell down the shaft of the
warned the canal company that they
must pay the expenses of ¿keeping be
tween 2,000 and 3,000 men on the isth
mus to maintain order. The minister
estimates that the cost thus imposed on
the company, during the 14 years the
contracts for the complotion of the
canal, will amount to $7,000,000 and
might even reach $10.000tQQ9 <fr $12,-
The Brooklyn bridge trustees have
fixed the toll for foot passengers at one
cent. The disbursement tbns far on
acoount of the construction of the
bridge is $14,688,905.
Farmers Mercantile Association of
Monmouth are receiving " a very “’line
assortment of goods complete in every
department for the spring trade. Dress
Goods and Trimmings of the latest
styles, Mens and Boys Clothing, a
splendid assortment of Bootsand Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Fancy and Staple Goods,
Groceries, Crockery, Glass-ware, Tin
ware, Ac., Ao. Remember yon can
save money by dealing with this estab-
A N ioe R ide of thirty-five minnteson
the railroad, briugs you to Dallas, and
gives yon a chance to look through the
Stacks of New Goods at the White
Brick. Prices Bedrock. Yon find the
Latest Novelties in Drees Goods, Trim
mings, Wraps, Mens and Boys Clothing.
The best and finest Stock of Boots and
Shoes of every grade. Besides Fancy
and Staple Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Crockery, Ac., Ac.
expenses more than saved by buying
yonr spring bill at .1. D" Lee’s at the
Vv nite Dries.
If you want to get a picture 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
The Pioneer Low Prices in
Has just opened the Finest
Stock of Novelties in -
. GLASS & QUEENS WARE
That was ever opened in
I have just added to my Stock
HAVE JUST TlEMOVED FROM a full assortment of
my old Stand to a
CARPETS AND WAIL PAPER
NEW COMMODIOUS HOUSE
South of the Post Office,
OF THE LATEST PATTERNS.
Also a full line of
Where I can be foum| at the
In^tbe hands of skillful Milliners
who will fill all Orders that
may be trusted to them.
When the wants of the community de-
Full satisfaction guaranteed.
mand, where I keep
FLOUR AND BACON
Constantly on hand.
And I will try and
supply my customers with as good
You will find a Complete Stock
of General Merchandise in the
hands of obliging Salesmen.
Produce taken at the highest
Please call and examine my
Thanking my friends for former
AS THE MARKET AFFORDS, AT
patronage would respectfully solicit a
continuance of the same.
A. B. GRIGGS.
Opposite the Opera House,