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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1883)
OHHÌSTIÀS t ITKRÄtb.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
MONMOUTH AND VICINITY.
It is reported that gold has been
found on Dry creek, on the west side of
There are 1,000 men at work on the
railroad between Seattle and Tacoma.
Some of the hop vines were killed in
Linn and Lane connties last winter.
_ Land wnrtk $125JX10 lias beenlmught
lately in Whitman and Spokane coun
ties, by parties from Colusa, Cal.
Wheat is worth 81.15 in Cheney.
Pierce county has a population of
The Taquina Railroad has a force of
165 men at work.
Mr. E. H. Richardson has gone to his
home at Scio?
Bro. D. M. Doty, being sick could
not come with Bro. Richardson as was
Bro. A. S. Powell, of Linn Co., is in
The best beef and ham we have eaten
since we came to Oregon came from Mr.
A. B. Griggs’new Meat Shop.
The lecture of Mrs. Langhery in the
chapel on Monday evening was well at-
tended. ShffTS a good speaker, andTllje
pebple seemed well pleased. While we
Senator Anthony’s health has so much
liked her speech, we think she is advo improved as to admit of his taking
cating the wrong cause.
At Philadelphia, Charles and Burd
Milliken, brothers, were drowned while
The scarlet fever is raging badly in fishing, on the 2Gtb. One went to the
assistance of the other.
White cedar logs for lumber are
An 180,000 acre purchase of land in
worth $16 per thousand feet in Coos the Panhandle of Texas by an English
syndicate is reported... Price, $3,000,-
Hon. J. H. Smith, ex State Senator of 000.
Linn, is lying dangerously ill at hiB
About 450 miles of thread are made
home near Harrisburg.
each day in American mills. Thirty
Walter Macfarland, of Seattle, is the years ago it was all imported.
owner of a Bible printed in Edinburg in
The market buildings and a large sec
tion of the business part of the village
- Hon. Jos. Chambers, of Benton county of Uxbridge, Ontario, were burned
sick at the I Saturday. Lo8#,-Wï00Gi=
fire in the town ^9
Daily stage ^now running between Holstein, Prussia, destroyed fifty bouses
.Colfax and Almuta.
Real estate in Puyallup is constantly
The Tabor Milling Company’s stamp
increasing in value. Lota that were mill at Leadville, was burned Saturday
sold a few months ago for $50 are now morning. L obs , $60,000.
selling at $200.
General Lord Rokeby, of England, is
Two hundred graders are at work on dead.
the Colfax branch of the Northern
The Northern Pacific track is within
28 miles of Helena.
Cotttity Judge T. C. Shaw, of Marion
The first sunstroke of the season oc
county, offers $500 reward for R. W. curred in New York, the victim being
Cameron, who ah°t Hon. J. Voorhees.
Andrew Teekly, aged 57, Friday.
The-steamer San Pedro has arrived at
While a pleasure party of five persons
Tacoma, and will take her second cargo
Mr. Beard, Miss Lena Maxel, of
of 4000 tons of Carbonado coal,
Iowa, and three members of
8. H. Horton, of Monroe, Benton
family, a young boy of 4
county, was stung by a bee, and the
pain was so great that be went into con and a girl of 13—were boating on the
river at Arrington, Kas., on the 26th,
The Umatilla reservation is being the boat was carried over the dam, and
settled very rapidly by French formerly the young lady, the boy and girl were
drowned. Mr. Beard had a very narrow
of French Prairie, Marion county.
There is estimated to be one hundred escape.
A colored man named Willis Shannon
thousand head of sheep in three districts
of Grant county. They are rapidly and three boys named Harry Cass, Geo.
Talbot and Harry Snodgrass, were
taking place of other stock.
A fire broke out at Bakersfield, Cal., drowned on the 26th at Martin’s Ferry,
on the 27th, through the explosion of a Va., together with two horses. Shannon
kerosene lamp, destroying $20,000 worth went to the river to wash buggy, taking
the boys with him for a ride. When
Uncle Aaron Payne, in Yamhill in the river the horses became unman
county, died on the 18th inst., and was ageable and all were washed into the
in his 94th year. He was in the war of current and lost. Three of the bodies
1812, and was in Hull’s command at the were recovered.
time of the surrender, but made his es
cape with a few others. He afterwards
was in the Black Hawk war and wound
Farmers Mercantile Association of
ed during the same and carried a bullet Monmouth are receiving a very fine
in his body the rest of his life. He assortment of goods complete in every
came to Oregon in 1847, and has resided department for the spring trade. Dress
Goods and Trimmings of the ' latest
continuously in this state ever since.
styles, Mens and Boys Clothing, a
Chas. McKay, an Indian employe of splendid assortment of Bootsand Shoes,
the Tacoma mill, had the fingers of his Hats and Caps, Fancy and Staple Goods,
right hand badly mashed a few days ago Groceries, Crockery, Glass-ware, Tin
ware, Ac., Ac. Remember yon can
by having them oaught in cne of the save
money by dealing with this estab-
large chains used about the mill.
A N ice R tde of thirty-five minutes on
the railroad, bripgs you td Pallas^ and
gives yon a clisnce to look through the
Stacks of New Goods at the White
Brick. Prices Bedrock. You find the
Latest Novelties in Dress Goods, Trim
mings, Wraps, Mens and Boys Clothing.
The best and finest Stock of Boots and
Shoes of every grade. Besides Fancy
>od Staple Goods, Groceries,
Crockery, Ac., Ao.
expenses more than saved by bnying
your spring bill at J. D. Lee’s ot the
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 Portlaud.
The Pioneer Low Prices in
Has just opened the Finest
Stock of Novelties in
rnwo good houses , one
I with one lot, the other with
“ two lots, »n the town “of Mon
mouth ; a good garden spot.
A good“I>argain. Terms: half down and the
balance on time.. For further information
apply to llobert Foylkes in H erald office.
___ shoes ,
HAVE JUST REMOVED FROM
lay Uld Stand to a -
GLASS & QUEENS WARE
NEW COMMODIOUS HOUSE
South of the Poßt Office,
That was ever opened in
Where I can bo found at the
When the wants of the community de
mand, where I keep
FLOUR AND BACON
Constantly on hand.
And I will try and
supply my customers with as good
I have just added to my Stock
a full assortment of
CARPETS AND WALL PAPER
OF THE LATEST PATTERNS.
Also a full line of
AS THE MARKET AFFORDS, AT
Thanking my friends for former
patronage wonld respectfully solicit a
continuance of the same.
A. B. GRIGGS.
May 22, 1883.
In the hands of skillful Milliners
who will fill all Orders that
may be trusted to them.
Full satisfaction guaranteed.
to nil apr.nciuit« anti to cun-
tornen of lnMty<vir without oral,
■ Innit 17fi fwurre, t>iu illuMtvation«, price*, accurate
descnptionH ano valuable directloux for planttnir
KJ«) varietie« of Vc«nable and Mower Heeds,
f1,ÍJn!Í? Traes, etc. Invaluable to all, espec-
iîMïto Market Gardeners. Bond for it !
D. M. FERRY & CO. D etroit M ioh .
For “Life and Labor« of <J. n.
Spiirgeun » by <i».. < •. Nwd|ialI1
r.vangeli-t. Air rare
au«l fur the Jlr* tf** offered
a rifA Aarr**.
I th out competition.
% ami «// wntintj a
fail to tccurt flit A
very liberal u
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
Stock and Prices.
Opposite the Opera House,